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Prospective Investigation of Markers of Elevated Delirium Risk (PRIMED Risk) study protocol: a prospective, observational cohort study investigating blood and cerebrospinal fluid biomarkers for delirium and cognitive dysfunction in older patients Whitby, Jonathan; Bampoe, Sohail; Fullerton, James N; Smaje, Ashley; Hornby, Joanna; Hajdu, Bence; Schofield, Nick; ... (15 authors)<ns4:p><ns4:bold>Background:</ns4:bold> Delirium is a common post-operative complication, particularly in older adults undergoing major or emergency procedures. It is associated with increased length of intensive care and ...
The Mediating Role of Emotion Regulation Within the Relationship Between Neuroticism and Misophonia: A Preliminary Investigation. Cassiello-Robbins, Clair; Anand, Deepika; McMahon, Kibby; Guetta, Rachel; Trumbull, Jacqueline; Kelley, Lisalynn; Rosenthal, M Zachary (Frontiers in psychiatry, 2020-01)Misophonia is a newly described condition characterized by heightened emotional reactivity (e.g., anger, anxiety, and disgust) to common repetitive sounds (e.g., oral or nasal sounds made by others), accompanied by difficulties ...
A Preliminary Investigation of the Association Between Misophonia and Symptoms of Psychopathology and Personality Disorders. Cassiello-Robbins, Clair; Anand, Deepika; McMahon, Kibby; Brout, Jennifer; Kelley, Lisalynn; Rosenthal, M Zachary (Frontiers in psychology, 2020-01)Misophonia is a condition characterized by defensive motivational system emotional responding to repetitive and personally relevant sounds (e.g., eating, sniffing). Preliminary research suggests misophonia may be associated ...