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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 55389

Chapter 55389 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



Reactogenicity and immunogenicity of an enterovirus 71 vaccine in Chinese healthy children and infants. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 31(11): 1158-1165

Reactogenicity and immunogenicity of combined Haemophilus influenzae type b-meningococcal serogroup C conjugate vaccine booster dose coadministered with measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 29(3): 269-271

Reactogenicity and immunogenicity of inactivated poliovirus vaccine produced from Sabin strains: a phase I Trial in healthy adults in Cuba. Vaccine 32(42): 5399-5404

Reactogenicity and immunogenicity of intradermal flu vaccine among the medical students of the University of Rome Tor Vergata. Igiene E Sanita Pubblica 68(5): 749-758

Reactogenicity and immunogenicity of live attenuated Salmonella enterica serovar Paratyphi A enteric fever vaccine candidates. Vaccine 28(21): 3679-3687

Reactogenicity and safety of a liquid human rotavirus vaccine (RIX4414) in healthy adults, children and infants in China: randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled Phase I studies. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 9(8): 1638-1642

Reactogenicity and safety of the human rotavirus vaccine, Rotarix™ in The Philippines, Sri Lanka, and India: a post-marketing surveillance study. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics 10(8): 2276-2283

Reactogenicity associated to the intradermally administered inactivated poliovirus vaccine with a needle-free injector. Revista Cubana de Medicina Tropical 63(1): 38-43

Reactogenicity of a combined hepatitis A and hepatitis B vaccine in healthy Indian children and adults. Indian Journal of Gastroenterology 26(5): 248-249

Reactogenicity of infant whole cell pertussis combination vaccine compared with acellular pertussis vaccines with or without simultaneous pneumococcal vaccine in the Netherlands. Vaccine 26(46): 5883-5887

Reactogenicity of live-attenuated Vibrio cholerae vaccines is dependent on flagellins. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107(9): 4359-4364

Reactogenicity of tetanus, diphtheria, 5-component acellular pertussis vaccine administered as a sixth consecutive acellular pertussis vaccine dose to adolescents. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 29(12): 1067-1071

Reactogenicity of two 2010 trivalent inactivated influenza vaccine formulations in adults. Vaccine 29(45): 7920-7924

Reactogenicity to a live attenuated varicella vaccine in Canadian children. Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases 11(2): 97-101

Reactogenicity, safety, immunogenicity and prophylactic effectiveness of polysaccharide pneumococcus vaccine during immunization of HIV-infected patients. Zhurnal Mikrobiologii, Epidemiologii, i Immunobiologii (): 52-60

Reactome array: forging a link between metabolome and genome. Science 326(5950): 252-257

Reactome knowledgebase of human biological pathways and processes. Methods in Molecular Biology 694: 49-61

Reactome pathway analysis to enrich biological discovery in proteomics data sets. Proteomics 11(18): 3598-3613

Reactome: a database of reactions, pathways and biological processes. Nucleic Acids Research 39(Database Issue): D691-D697

Reactome: a knowledge base of biologic pathways and processes. Genome Biology 8(3): R39-R39

ReactomeFIViz: the Reactome FI Cytoscape app for pathway and network-based data analysis. F1000research 3: 146-146

Reactomes of porcine alveolar macrophages infected with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus. Plos One 8(3): E59229-E59229

Reactor Effluent Monitoring-1962. Hw-76000. Hw-Sa Reports . U.S. Atomic Energy Commission 86: 211-214

Reactor Emissions: AEC Guidelines Move Toward Critics' Position. Science 172(3989): 1215-1216

Reactor Explodes Amid Soviet Silence: As fallout spreads across Europe, Soviet officials grudgingly begin to release information about the worst reactor accident on record. Science 232(4752): 814-815

Reactor Project Hitches onto Moon-Mars Effort: Though it is no longer needed for SDI, the space reactor program is proceeding apace, thanks to another presidential vision. Science 248(4962): 1482-1484

Reactor Safety: AEC Concedes Some Points to Its Critics. Science 178(4060): 482-484

Reactor Trap To Remove Hydrocarbons from Engine Exhaust during Cold Start. Environmental Science & Technology 28(8): 1561-1564

Reactor decay heat in 239Pu: solving the γ discrepancy in the 4-3000-s cooling period. Physical Review Letters 105(20): 202501-202501

Reactor design for minimizing product inhibition during enzymatic lignocellulose hydrolysis: I. Significance and mechanism of cellobiose and glucose inhibition on cellulolytic enzymes. Biotechnology Advances 28(3): 308-324

Reactor design for minimizing product inhibition during enzymatic lignocellulose hydrolysis: II. Quantification of inhibition and suitability of membrane reactors. Biotechnology Advances 28(3): 407-425

Reactor for in situ measurements of spatially resolved kinetic data in heterogeneous catalysis. Review of Scientific Instruments 81(6): 064102-064102

Reactor mishap raises broad questions. Science 215(4534): 877-878

Reactor modeling in heterogeneous photocatalysis: toxicity and biodegradability assessment. Water Science and Technology 61(10): 2491-2499

Reactor performance and bacterial pathogen removal in response to sludge retention time in a mesophilic anaerobic digester treating sewage sludge. Bioresource Technology 106: 20-26

Reactor performance and microbial community dynamics during anaerobic biological treatment of wastewaters at 16-37 degrees C. Fems Microbiology Ecology 48(3): 369-378

Reactor performance and microbial community dynamics during anaerobic co-digestion of municipal wastewater sludge with restaurant grease waste at steady state and overloading stages. Bioresource Technology 172: 232-240

Reactor performance and microbial community dynamics during solid-state anaerobic digestion of corn stover at mesophilic and thermophilic conditions. Bioresource Technology 136: 574-581

Reactor performance and microbial community of an EGSB reactor operated at 20 and 15 degrees C. Journal of Applied Microbiology 107(3): 848-857

Reactor performance in terms of COD and nitrogen removal and bacterial community structure of a three-stage rotating bioelectrochemical contactor. Water Research 47(2): 881-894

Reactor performance of a 750 m(3) anaerobic digestion plant: varied substrate input conditions impacting methanogenic community. Anaerobe 29: 29-33

Reactor production and electrochemical purification of (169)Er: a potential step forward for its utilization in in vivo therapeutic applications. Nuclear Medicine and Biology 41(2): 163-170

Reactor project presses ahead despite protests. Science 269(5224): 628-629

Reactor safety and the research budget. Science 214(4522): 766-768

Reactor safety: congress hears critics of rasmussen report. Science 192(4246): 1312-1313

Reactor safety: independence of rasmussen study doubted. Science 197(4298): 29-31

Reactor sale to libya challenged. Science 202(4374): 1264-1264

Reactor scale up for biological conversion of cellulosic biomass to ethanol. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering 33(4): 485-493

Reactor-based management of used nuclear fuel: assessment of major options. Health Physics 100(1): 46-53

Reactor-produced radioactive isotopes: Radiation exposure in the United States. Public Health Reports 68(6): 609-615

Reactors are indispensable for radioisotope production. Annals of Nuclear Medicine 24(10): 759-760

Read CD, ready! So simple? : Consistent importation of examples can reduce subsequent investigations in emergency admissions. Der Radiologe 52(2): 107-108

Read More About It. Advance for Nurse Practitioners 18(2): 8-8

Read This-It Is For Your Benefit!. California State Journal of Medicine 15(7): 229-229

Read Tolstoy or revise the patho?. Revue Medicale Suisse 9(402): 1922-1923

Read a book, preserve your memory. Harvard Health Letter 38(12): 8-8

Read all about it!. Science 241(4866): 726-726

Read all about it--operation cancelled. Nursing Standard 1987) 21(37): 28-29

Read all about it: media reports of drug studies. Lancet 372(9646): 1274-1274

Read all about it: the role of the media in improving construction safety and health. Journal of Safety Research 41(3): 283-287

Read and reflect. Health Facilities Management 23(1): 32-32

Read any good books lately?. Mcgill Journal of Medicine 12(1): 90-91

Read anything mean lately? associations between reading aggression in books and aggressive behavior in adolescents. Aggressive Behavior 39(6): 493-502

Read between the lines. American Journal of Medicine 124(1): 35-36

Read count approach for DNA copy number variants detection. Bioinformatics 28(4): 470-478

Read distance performance and variation of 5 low-frequency radio frequency identification panel transceiver manufacturers. Journal of Animal Science 88(7): 2514-2522

Read length and repeat resolution: exploring prokaryote genomes using next-generation sequencing technologies. Plos One 5(7): E11518-E11518

Read length versus depth of coverage for viral quasispecies reconstruction. Plos One 7(10): E47046-E47046

Read my E-mail? Get a warrant. Scientific American 306(1): 12-12

Read my lips. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 1(4): 128-128

Read my lips: oral manifestations of systemic diseases. Journal of Pediatrics 163(6): 1784-1785

Read the articles; don't count them. Archives of Iranian Medicine 12(3): 302-303

Read the fine print: updated sleep apnea guidelines and risk stratification. Anesthesiology 121(3): 665-666

Read the newspaper for health information. Ethnicity & Disease 18(4): 523-523

Read the whole research article, not just the summary. Aorn Journal 95(6): 684-684

Read this and call me in the morning. Minnesota Medicine 92(3): 14-16

Read this carefully. Nursing Standard 1987) 27(8): 20-21

Read this!. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 72(2): 89-89

Read your card, Mary Sue. American Journal of Nursing 109(11): 72-72

Read-across approaches--misconceptions, promises and challenges ahead. Altex 31(4): 387-396

Read-across estimates of aquatic toxicity for selected fragrances. Alternatives to Laboratory Animals 41(1): 77-90

Read-across to rank skin sensitization potential: subcategories for the Michael acceptor domain. Contact Dermatitis 60(1): 21-31

Read-back improves information transfer in simulated clinical crises. Bmj Quality & Safety 23(12): 989-993

Read-through activation of transcription in a cellular genomic context. Plos One 5(12): E15704-E15704

Read-through compound 13 restores dystrophin expression and improves muscle function in the mdx mouse model for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Human Molecular Genetics 21(18): 4007-4020

Read-through strategies for suppression of nonsense mutations in Duchenne/ Becker muscular dystrophy: aminoglycosides and ataluren (PTC124). Journal of Child Neurology 25(9): 1158-1164

Read-through therapy for mitochondrial DNA nonsense mutations. Drug Discovery Today 17(19-20): 1063-1067

Read/write performance and reliability of a flying optical head using a monolithically integrated LD-PD. Applied Optics 30(26): 3770-3776

Read/write schemes analysis for novel complementary resistive switches in passive crossbar memory arrays. Nanotechnology 21(46): 465202-465202

ReadDB provides efficient storage for mapped short reads. Bmc Bioinformatics 12(): 278-278

ReadDepth: a parallel R package for detecting copy number alterations from short sequencing reads. Plos One 6(1): E16327-E16327

ReadXplorer--visualization and analysis of mapped sequences. Bioinformatics 30(16): 2247-2254

Readability analysis of healthcare-oriented education resources from the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Laryngoscope 123(1): 90-96

Readability analysis of patient information on the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery website. Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery 141(5): 555-558

Readability and Missing Data Rates in CAHPS 2.0 Medicare Survey in African American and White Medicare Respondents. Health Outcomes Research in Medicine 1(1): E39-E49

Readability and comprehensibility of informed consent forms for clinical trials. Perspectives in Clinical Research 1(3): 98-100

Readability and comprehensibility of over-the-counter medication labels. Renal Failure 36(3): 473-477

Readability and comprehensibility of patient education material in hand-related web sites. Journal of Hand Surgery 34(7): 1308-1315

Readability and content of patient education material related to implantable cardioverter defibrillators. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing 27(6): 495-504

Readability and content of patient information leaflets for endoscopic procedures. Irish Journal of Medical Science 183(3): 429-432

Readability and content of postoperative tonsillectomy instructions given to patients in Scotland, a completed audit cycle. Scottish Medical Journal 57(1): 4-7

Readability and patient education materials used for low-income populations. Clinical Nurse Specialist Cns 23(1): 33-40; Quiz 41-2

Readability and usefulness of the clinical microsystem assessment tool. Journal of Nursing Care Quality 26(2): 186-191

Readability assessment of Internet-based patient education materials related to acoustic neuromas. Otology & Neurotology 34(7): 1349-1354

Readability assessment of concussion and traumatic brain injury publications by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. International Journal of General Medicine 5: 923-933

Readability assessment of internet-based consumer health information. Respiratory Care 53(10): 1310-1315

Readability assessment of online ophthalmic patient information. JAMA Ophthalmology 131(12): 1610-1616

Readability assessment of online patient education materials from academic otolaryngology-head and neck surgery departments. American Journal of Otolaryngology 34(1): 31-35

Readability assessment of online urology patient education materials. Journal of Urology 189(3): 1048-1052

Readability assessment of package inserts of biological medicinal products from the European medicines agency website. Drug Safety 37(7): 543-554

Readability assessment of patient education materials on major otolaryngology association websites. Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery 147(5): 848-854

Readability assessment of the American Rhinologic Society patient education materials. International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology 3(4): 325-333

Readability estimates for commonly used health-related quality of life surveys. Quality of Life Research 18(7): 889-900

Readability in the British Journal of Surgery. British Journal of Surgery 95(1): 119-124

Readability level of patient information leaflets for older people. Irish Journal of Medical Science 180(1): 139-142

Readability levels of health pamphlets distributed in hospitals and health centres in Athens, Greece. Public Health 124(10): 547-552

Readability levels of individualized family service plans. Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics 30(3): 248-258

Readability of 3 heart disease health-related quality of life questionnaires. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention 31(4): 245-248

Readability of ASPS and ASAPS educational web sites: an analysis of consumer impact. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 125(4): 1271-1278

Readability of American Academy of Family Physicians patient education materials. Family Medicine 46(4): 291-293

Readability of H1N1 information from the CDC Web site. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 29(5): 479; Discussion 479-479; Discussion 479

Readability of Patient-oriented Online Dermatology Resources. Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology 4(3): 27-33

Readability of arthroscopy-related patient education materials from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and Arthroscopy Association of North America Web sites. Arthroscopy 29(6): 1108-1112

Readability of characters on mobile phone liquid crystal displays. International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics 14(3): 293-304

Readability of common health-related quality-of-life instruments in female pelvic medicine. Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery 19(5): 293-297

Readability of consent form templates: a second look. Irb 35(4): 12-19

Readability of consumer medication information for intranasal corticosteroid inhalers. American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy 65(1): 65-68

Readability of education and consent forms in assisted reproduction procedures of the Latin American Network of Assisted Reproduction. Cirugia Y Cirujanos 80(3): 306; Author Reply 306-7

Readability of education and consent forms in assisted reproduction procedures of the Latin American Network of Assisted Reproduction (RED). Cirugia Y Cirujanos 80(2): 162-170

Readability of educational materials for endodontic patients. Journal of Endodontics 36(10): 1703-1706

Readability of health related quality of life instruments in urology. Journal of Urology 183(5): 1977-1981

Readability of information leaflets given to attenders at hospital with a head injury. Emergency Medicine Journal 27(4): 279-282

Readability of informed consent documents (1987-2007) for clinical trials: a linguistic analysis. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 7(4): 67-78

Readability of medical texts on websites of German ENT university hospitals. Hno 61(8): 648-654

Readability of menopause web sites: a cross-sectional study. Journal of Women & Aging 24(4): 280-291

Readability of mixed type forms. Journal of Applied Psychology 30(6): 631-637

Readability of neurosurgery-related patient education materials provided by the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and the National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health. World Neurosurgery 80(5): E33-E39

Readability of newspaper headlines printed in capitals and in lower case. Journal of Applied Psychology 30: 161-168

Readability of online health information: implications for health literacy. Informatics for Health & Social Care 36(4): 173-189

Readability of online patient education materials from the AAOS web site. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 466(5): 1245-1250

Readability of online patient education materials on adult reconstruction Web sites. Journal of Arthroplasty 27(5): 716-719

Readability of online patient resources for the operative treatment of breast cancer. Surgery 156(2): 311-318

Readability of out-patient letters copied to patients: can patients understand what is written about them?. Journal of Laryngology and Otology 124(3): 324-327

Readability of patient education information on the American Geriatrics Society Foundation's Health-in-Aging website. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 61(10): 1845-1846

Readability of patient education materials. World Neurosurgery 80(5): E109-E110

Readability of patient education materials from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America web sites. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. American Volume 90(1): 199-204

Readability of patient education materials on the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine website. Physician and Sportsmedicine 42(4): 125-130

Readability of patient education materials on the american association for surgery of trauma website. Archives of Trauma Research 3(2): E18161-E18161

Readability of patient information can be improved. Danish Medical Journal 59(5): A4408-A4408

Readability of patient information regarding breast cancer prevention from the Web site of the National Cancer Institute. Journal of Cancer Education 25(4): 490-492

Readability of patient-reported outcome questionnaires for use with persons with tinnitus. Ear and Hearing 32(5): 671-673

Readability of prescription drug labels by older and younger adults. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings 1(2): 149-159

Readability of prescription labels and medication recall in a population of tertiary referral glaucoma patients. Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology 37(9): 849-854

Readability of product ingredient labels can be improved by simple means: an experimental study. Contact Dermatitis 71(4): 233-241

Readability of questionnaires assessing listening difficulties associated with (central) auditory processing disorders. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools 44(1): 48-60

Readability of self-report alcohol misuse measures. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 75(2): 328-334

Readability of self-report measures of depression and anxiety. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 77(6): 1100-1112

Readability of spine-related patient education materials from subspecialty organization and spine practitioner websites. Spine 34(25): 2826-2831

Readability of sports medicine-related patient education materials from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. American Journal of Orthopedics 43(4): E65-E68

Readability of standard appointment letters. Mental Health in Family Medicine 7(2): 101-106

Readability of state-sponsored advance directive forms in the United States: a cross sectional study. Bmc Medical Ethics 11(): 6-6

Readability of surgical informed consent in Spain. Cirugia Espanola 92(3): 201-207

Readability of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry patient education materials. Pediatric Dentistry 29(5): 431-435

Readability of the Patient Education Section of the AOFAS Website. Foot & Ankle International 30(4): 287-291

Readability of the written study information in pediatric research in France. Plos One 6(4): E18484-E18484

Readability of urologic pathology reports: the need for patient-centered approaches. Urologic Oncology 32(8): 1091-1094

Readability of visual and electronic leg tags versus rumen boluses and electronic ear tags for the permanent identification of dairy goats. Journal of Dairy Science 93(11): 5157-5166

Readability of websites containing information about prostate cancer treatment options. Journal of Urology 188(6): 2171-2175

Readability of websites containing information on dental implants. Clinical Oral Implants Research 25(12): 1319-1324

Readability of "Dear Patient" device advisory notification letters created by a device manufacturer. Heart Rhythm 10(4): 501-507

Readability statistics of patient information leaflets in a Speech and Language Therapy Department. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 43(6): 712-722

Readability, suitability and comprehensibility in patient education materials for Swedish patients with colorectal cancer undergoing elective surgery: a mixed method design. Patient Education and Counseling 94(2): 202-209

Readability, suitability, and characteristics of asthma action plans: examination of factors that may impair understanding. Pediatrics 131(1): E116-E126

Readability, suitability, and health content assessment of web-based patient education materials on colorectal cancer screening. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 80(2): 284-290

Readaptation of DRUJ by ulna lengthening for isolated epiphyseal arrest at distal ulna. Journal of Hand Surgery, European Volume 36(3): 244-245

Readaptation of the peritoneum following extended pelvic lymphadenectomy and cystectomy has a significant beneficial impact on early postoperative recovery and complications: results of a prospective randomized trial. European Urology 59(2): 204-210

Readaptation of the vestibulo-ocular reflex relieves the mal de debarquement syndrome. Frontiers in Neurology 5: 124-124

Readaptation processes in the calcitonin-producing system of the rat's thyroid following 30-day suspension. Aviakosmicheskaia i Ekologicheskaia Meditsina 41(5): 31-35

Readdress the reasons of misdiagnosis-physical diagnosis in crisis. Zhonghua Nei Ke Za Zhi 49(4): 288-289

Readdressing synaptic pruning theory for schizophrenia: Combination of brain imaging and cell biology. Communicative & Integrative Biology 4(2): 211-212

Readdressing the need for consensus in preclinical education. Military Medicine 174(10): 1081-1087

Reader Takes Issue With CPSO on Drugs. Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 27(2): 183-184

Reader Upset at CFPC's Involvement in Prescribing Survey. Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 30: 1454-1454

Reader accuracy and confidence in diagnosing diffuse lung disease on high-resolution computed tomography of the lungs: impact of sampling frequency. Acta Radiologica 49(8): 870-875

Reader affirms association between hypothermia and sepsis. American Journal of Critical Care 16(4): 332-3; Author Reply 333

Reader agrees with editorial. Journal of the California Dental Association 37(5): 304-304

Reader and platform reproducibility for quantitative assessment of carotid atherosclerotic plaque using 1.5T Siemens, Philips, and General Electric scanners. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging 26(2): 344-352

Reader appeals for aid to boat people.. Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 25: 987-987

Reader applauds integration of yoga in cancer care. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 12(3): 394; Author Reply 394-394; Author Reply 394

Reader appreciates articles on evidence-based practice. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 11(2): 185-186

Reader appreciates debate over dental workforce. Journal of the California Dental Association 39(3): 132, 134-132, 134

Reader begs to differ with editorial. Journal of the California Dental Association 37(5): 303-304

Reader beware!. Foot & Ankle Specialist 6(4): 262-262

Reader comments on measuring patient-oriented outcomes in palliative care. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 13(1): 13-13

Reader comments: Acute right ventricular myocardial infarction: a very specific entity. Proceedings 20(2): 177-178

Reader developed comprehensive obesity intervention program. Pediatric Annals 36(6): 302-302

Reader disappointed in pediatric issue. Journal of the California Dental Association 38(1): 6; Author Reply 6-7

Reader dislikes 'liberal feminist' view. Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 28: 190-192

Reader feedback. Science 266(5186): 873-873

Reader feedback on commercialism in dentistry article. Journal of the California Dental Association 36(4): 240-240

Reader meter. Lessons, insights and experiences from the field. Ems World 40(12): 97-98

Reader objects to increasing ads in veterinary publications. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 233(2): 224-225

Reader performance in radiographic diagnosis of signs of mitral regurgitation in cavalier King Charles spaniels. Journal of Small Animal Practice 50 Suppl 1(): 44-53

Reader poses questions regarding article's methodology. Oncology Nursing Forum 38(6): 617; Author Reply 617-617; Author Reply 617

Reader practice in mammography screen reading in Australia. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology 53(6): 514-515

Reader practice in mammography screen reporting in Australia. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology 53(6): 530-537

Reader provides more superfluous redundancies. Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 28: 597-597

Reader questions AANA Journal cover. Aana Journal 77(1): 9; Author Reply 9-9; Author Reply 9

Reader questions recommendations. Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology 41(3): 178; Author Reply 178-178; Author Reply 178

Reader reaction on the generalized Kruskal-Wallis test for genetic association studies incorporating group uncertainty. Biometrics 71(2): 556-557

Reader reaction to "a robust method for estimating optimal treatment regimes" by Zhang et al. (2012). Biometrics 71(1): 267-271

Reader responds to APRN Consensus Model. Clinical Nurse Specialist Cns 26(1): 7-9; Author Reply 9

Reader responds to "The epidemic of chronic kidney disease". Medgenmed 8(4): 65-65

Reader responds to "could computerization harm patient safety?". Medgenmed 8(3): 53-53

Reader responds to "how should you reference articles from MedGenMed, being that it is an exclusively online medical journal?". Medgenmed 9(2): 33-33

Reader responds to "review of the treatment options for chronic constipation". Medgenmed 9(2): 69-69

Reader response. Science 255(5050): 1386-1387

Reader seeks advice about prophylactic feeding tubes. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 12(3): 393; Author Reply 393-4

Reader seeks clarification on hand-foot skin reaction. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 12(3): 395; Author Reply 395-395; Author Reply 395

Reader supports soda tax proposal. Journal of the California Dental Association 38(2): 83-83

Reader survey of the Journal of the Norwegian Medical Association 2007. Tidsskrift for den Norske Laegeforening 128(13): 1512-1514

Reader survey on Der Chirurg. Der Chirurg; Zeitschrift für Alle Gebiete der Operativen Medizen 83(12): 1086-1088

Reader takes exception to article. Journal of the California Dental Association 38(8): 537; Author Reply 537-537; Author Reply 537

Reader variability in QT measurement due to measurement error and variability in leads selection: a simulation study comparing 2-way vs. 3-way interaction ANOVA model. Journal of Electrocardiology 47(2): 140-143

Reader variability in breast density estimation from full-field digital mammograms: the effect of image postprocessing on relative and absolute measures. Academic Radiology 20(5): 560-568

Reader variability in identifying pulmonary nodules on chest radiographs from the national lung screening trial. Journal of Thoracic Imaging 27(4): 249-254

Reader variability in the use of diagnostic terms to describe white matter lesions seen on cranial scans of severely premature infants: the ELGAN study. Journal of Clinical Ultrasound 38(8): 409-419

Reader variability: what we can learn from computer-aided detection experiments. Journal of the American College of Radiology 3(6): 446-455

Reader's Forum. Korean Journal of Orthodontics 42(3): 99-99

Reader's Forum. Korean Journal of Orthodontics 42(4): 157-158

Reader's Forum. Korean Journal of Orthodontics 42(5): 225-226

Reader's Forum. Korean Journal of Orthodontics 42(6): 279-279

Reader's Forum. Korean Journal of Orthodontics 43(2): 53-53

Reader's Forum. Korean Journal of Orthodontics 44(2): 52-53

Reader's Forum. Korean Journal of Orthodontics 44(3): 103-104

Reader's Forum. Korean Journal of Orthodontics 44(4): 155-156

Reader's Forum. Korean Journal of Orthodontics 44(5): 227-228

Reader's Forum-15. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery 50(4): 398-400

Reader's Views Lacrimal Sac Diverticulum due to Rhinosporidiosis. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery 63(4): 411-411

Reader's and author's responses to "California and universal health coverage". Medgenmed 9(2): 27; Author Reply 27-27; Author Reply 27

Reader's and author's responses to "awakening Hippocrates: a call for health providers to serve where most needed". Medgenmed 9(2): 65; Author Reply 65-65; Author Reply 65

Reader's comment. Indian Journal of Dental Research 22(1): 175; Author Reply 175-175; Author Reply 175

Reader's digest of the pathophysiology of bone metastases. Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift 162(17-18): 370-373

Reader's forum - 16. Indian Journal of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery 51(1): 95-97

Reader's letter. Laryngo- Rhino- Otologie 93(3): 211-211

Reader's letter on Marcus Meissner, Jens, Gille, Roland Kaufmann. Calciphylaxis: no therapeutic concepts for a poorly understood syndrome?. Journal der Deutschen Dermatologischen Gesellschaft 5(5): 435; Author Reply 435-435; Author Reply 435

Reader's letter to issue 11/13 Article "Eliminating the inclusive mainstream school special school" (preface) and Article "Inclusion - The goal and the path", p.440-442. Kinderkrankenschwester 33(1): 31-32

Reader's perspective. CPOE functionality. Health Data Management 17(7): 12-12

Reader's perspective. The safety and efficiency benefits of using CPOE systems are overstated. Health Data Management 17(3): 10-10

Reader's perspective. Today's mobile computer carts are far more advanced and user-friendly than those sold two years ago. Agree. Health Data Management 16(9): 10-10

Reader's perspectives. Medical transcription will disappear within 10 years. Health Data Management 15(11): 10-10

Reader's response and author's reply to "A survey of neurologists on bothersome patient behaviors". Medgenmed 9(1): 3; Author Reply 3-3; Author Reply 3

Reader's response and author's reply to "Hope in the neonatal intensive care nursery". Medgenmed 8(4): 49; Author Reply 49-49; Author Reply 49

Reader's response and author's reply to "Our patients are sicker--posting grades on the classroom, office, or hospital door". Medgenmed 8(4): 55; Author Reply 55-55; Author Reply 55

Reader's response and author's reply to "personalized medicine: finding the patient's 'doctor within'". Medgenmed 8(3): 1; Author Reply 1-1; Author Reply 1

Reader's response and author's reply to "the unexpected death of a patient in the clinical setting: some ethical reflections". Medgenmed 8(3): 34; Author Reply 34-34; Author Reply 34

Reader's response to author's reply to "readers' response to preventing childhood obesity: an open letter to the US Congress". Medgenmed 8(3): 14-14

Reader's response to "Endocannabinoids--the brain's own marijuana--may be linked to the metabolic syndrome". Medgenmed 8(4): 57-57

Reader's response to "Rapid and complete control of idiopathic hypereosinophilia with imatinib mesylate". Medgenmed 9(1): 39-39

Reader's response to "The future of emergency care in the United States". Medgenmed 8(4): 6-6

Reader's response to "aiming high: 10 steps to a high-performance health system". Medgenmed 8(3): 45-45

Reader's response to "nuclear mutagenesis". Medgenmed 9(1): 42; Author Reply 43-42; Author Reply 43

Reader's response to "providing health insurance for all: what we can learn from Massachusetts". Medgenmed 8(3): 25; Author Reply 29-25; Author Reply 29

Reader's response: meningioma and mobile phone use--a collaborative case-control study in five North European countries. International Journal of Epidemiology 39(4): 1117-8; Author Reply 1119

Reader's theater: a teaching strategy to help students respond to disruptive behavior. Journal of Nursing Education 50(5): 294-297

Reader- and instrument-dependent variability in the electrocardiographic assessment of arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia/cardiomyopathy. Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology 22(5): 561-568

Reader: Daschle's comments in November article objectionable. Healthcare Financial Management 62(3): 24-25

Readers Forum. California and Western Medicine 29(1): 68-69

Readers Use Black Newspapers for Health/Cancer Information. Newspaper Research Journal 31(1): 20-35

Readers add stats, support. Mlo: Medical Laboratory Observer 40(1): 7-7

Readers and authors respond to "introducing the doctor of nursing practice". Medgenmed 8(3): 84; Discussion 84-84; Discussion 84

Readers appreciate JAVMA commentary on good medicine. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 233(4): 552-553

Readers are leaders in publishing. Jpma. Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association 62(3): 303-303

Readers as research detectives. Trials 10: 2-2

Readers ask - experts respond - mechanical autotransfusion. Anasthesiologie, Intensivmedizin, Notfallmedizin, Schmerztherapie 49(5): 308-309

Readers clarify use of the term "evidence-based practice". Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 11(4): 483-483

Readers comments. Indian Journal of Dermatology 56(5): 603-603

Readers object to 'anti-natalist' article.. Canadian Family Physician Medecin de Famille Canadien 28: 1067-1067

Readers of Chinese extract semantic information from parafoveal words. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 16(3): 561-566

Readers of histone methylarginine marks. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1839(8): 702-710

Readers panel - Come work with me (it's worth £450). Nursing Standard 1987) 28(44): 30-31

Readers perspective. Relaxation of stark regulations. Health Data Management 15(7): 10-10

Readers perspectives. Disaster recovery planning needs to be a higher I.T. priority for the health care industry. Health Data Management 15(3): 64-64

Readers perspectives. Most health care CIOs do not fully understand the cultural impact of new information technology implementations. Health Data Management 15(5): 72-72

Readers prefer probiotic pills to probiotic yogurt. Consumer Reports 76(11): 12-12

Readers request their own critical care nurse. Critical Care Nurse 28(3): 12-15

Readers respond. Mens Sana Monographs 6(1): 280-280

Readers respond to "Advanced practice nurses say 'No' to a mandatory Doctor of Nursing Practice degree". Medgenmed 9(1): 17; Author Reply 18-17; Author Reply 18

Readers respond to "Beyond a dying private health insurance industry: a hidden solution in plain view". Medscape Journal of Medicine 10(12): 279-279

Readers respond to "End the war on obesity: make peace with your patients". Medgenmed 9(1): 46; Author Reply 47-46; Author Reply 47

Readers respond to "I use fingernail surgery to remove my seborrheic keratoses". Medgenmed 9(2): 4-4

Readers respond to "Integrative medicine: sorting fact from fiction". Medscape Journal of Medicine 10(1): 13-13

Readers respond to "Readers respond to 'End the war on obesity: make peace with your patients' ". Medgenmed 9(1): 46; Author Reply 47-46; Author Reply 47

Readers respond to "Responding to the American siege against continuing medical education". Medscape Journal of Medicine 10(10): 228-228

Readers respond to "balancing evidence-based medicine and cultural competence in the quest to end healthcare disparities". Medgenmed 8(3): 73; Author Reply 24-73; Author Reply 24

Readers respond to "ban trans fats in 2007". Medgenmed 9(2): 2; Author Reply 3-2; Author Reply 3

Readers respond to "is the food industry playing games with our children?". Medgenmed 9(2): 63-63

Readers respond to "it is time to extend the laboratory critical (panic) value system to include vital values". Medgenmed 9(2): 11-11

Readers respond to "online health research is widespread, but few check the source and date". Medgenmed 9(2): 17-17

Readers respond to "primary care physicians: a vanishing species or a profession reinvented?". Medgenmed 9(2): 47-47

Readers respond to "resting metabolic rate: a critical, primary care screening test". Medgenmed 8(3): 49-49

Readers respond to "the $1.6 trillion question: if we're spending so much on healthcare, why so little improvement in quality?". Medgenmed 8(3): 42-42

Readers routinely represent implied object rotation: the role of visual experience. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63(9): 1665-1670

Readers share comments and questions about extravasation management. Oncology Nursing Forum 34(2): 275; Author Reply 276-80

Readers should systematically assess methods used to identify, measure and analyze confounding in observational cohort studies. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 60(8): 766-772

Readers use Bayesian estimation for eye movement control. Psychological Science 21(3): 366-371

Readers weigh in on venous ulcer treatment. Journal of Family Practice 62(11): 620-620

Readers write to right wrongs. Science 246(4933): 997-997

Readers' Forum. California and Western Medicine 24(2): 241-242

Readers' and author's responses to "Clinicians must reinvent the medical record to stimulate the adoption of electronic medical records". Medscape Journal of Medicine 10(4): 102; Author Reply 102-102; Author Reply 102

Readers' and author's responses to "Electronic personal health records: should doctors worry?". Medscape Journal of Medicine 10(10): 250; Author Reply 250-250; Author Reply 250

Readers' and author's responses to "Evidence-based standards should apply to dietary supplements, too". Medgenmed 9(4): 21; Author Reply 21-21; Author Reply 21

Readers' and author's responses to "Fibromyalgia is not a rheumatologic disease anymore". Medscape Journal of Medicine 10(4): 86; Author Reply 86-86; Author Reply 86

Readers' and author's responses to "Physicians for sale: how medical professional organizations exploit their members". Medscape Journal of Medicine 10(10): 233; Author Reply 233-233; Author Reply 233

Readers' and author's responses to "Physicians of the future will use online content to guide their decisions. The future is now!". Medgenmed 9(1): 49; Author Reply 49-49; Author Reply 49

Readers' and author's responses to "The disappearing patient". Medgenmed 9(4): 14; Author Reply 14-14; Author Reply 14

Readers' and author's responses to "We all need healthcare; who needs 'insurance'?". Medgenmed 9(4): 13; Author Reply 13-13; Author Reply 13

Readers' and author's responses to "body contouring after bariatric surgery is critical for optimal cosmetic results". Medgenmed 8(3): 61; Author Reply 61-61; Author Reply 61

Readers' and author's responses to "ethics and anomalous (alternative) medical practices". Medgenmed 8(3): 69; Author Reply 69-69; Author Reply 69

Readers' and author's responses to "fixing the US physician shortage requires many more slots for resident physicians in training". Medgenmed 8(3): 27; Author Reply 27-27; Author Reply 27

Readers' and author's responses to "information on complementary and alternative medicine in US government databases is biased". Medgenmed 8(3): 50; Author Reply 50-50; Author Reply 50

Readers' and author's responses to "medicine and motherhood". Medgenmed 8(3): 69; Author Reply 69-69; Author Reply 69

Readers' and author's responses to "poetry and medicine". Medscape Journal of Medicine 10(5): 117-117

Readers' and author's responses to "whatever happened to plausibility as the basis for clinical research and practice after EBM and CAM rushed in?". Medgenmed 9(2): 57; Author Reply 57-57; Author Reply 57

Readers' and authors' responses to "Science and sensibility: an interview with professor Rolf M. Zinkernagel, Nobel Prize winner for medicine 1996". Medscape Journal of Medicine 10(2): 39; Discussion 39-39; Discussion 39

Readers' beliefs about text comprehension affect the quality of their summaries of a scientific article. Shinrigaku Kenkyu 84(1): 69-73

Readers' corner: Orthodontic study clubs. Journal of Clinical Orthodontics 41(2): 67-69

Readers' information service. Analytical Chemistry 44(7): 83a-84a

Readers' judgment. Science 156(3779): 1181-1181

Readers' opinion about English original articles in Ugeskrift for Laeger. Danish Medical Bulletin 57(11): A4204-A4204

Readers' perspective. Government funding of information technology tools for first responders needs to be a higher priority. Do you agree or disagree?. Health Data Management 15(6): 8-8

Readers' perspective. Hidden costs of implementing their software products. Health Data Management 16(1): 8-8

Readers' perspective. Measuring return on investment for I.T. initiatives. Health Data Management 17(8): 12-12

Readers' perspective. Medicare's policy to not reimburse for treatment resulting from medical errors will be a surge of investment in I.T. to improve patient safety. Health Data Management 16(6): 10-10

Readers' perspective. Personal health records will be widely used within five years, supplanting the need for regional health information organizations. Health Data Management 15(10): 8-8

Readers' perspective. The HIMSS conference is worth the time and expense for my organization . Health Data Management 16(5): 12-12

Readers' perspective. The benefits cf pay-for-performance programs are worth the cost and hassles to provider organizations to participate. Health Data Management 15(12): 10-10

Readers' perspective. The financial market crisis will slow down provider purchases of health I.T during 2009. Health Data Management 16(12): 8-8

Readers' perspective. The government-initiated program to reach consensus on the definition and use of the terms EMR, EHR, PHR, RHIO and HIE is a waste of time and resources. Health Data Management 16(2): 12-12

Readers' perspective. The next administration should put far more government funds and resources behind the National Health Information Network. Health Data Management 16(8): 14-14

Readers' perspective. The use of personal health records software will never become widespread. Health Data Management 16(7): 10-10

Readers' perspective. Wireless network now are mature engough to support virtually any use in health care environment. Health Data Management 17(2): 7-7

Readers' perspective...Who is the most responsible for real-time transactions, particularly real-time claims adjudication?. Health Data Management 17(4): 14-14

Readers' perspective: today's health care CFOs are much more knowledgeable about I.T. issues than they were five years ago. Agree or disagree?. Health Data Management 15(8): 12-12

Readers' perspectives. As a condition of state licensing, states should require health insurers to provide a specific level of financial assistance to providers implementing EHRs. Health Data Management 16(11): 8-8

Readers' perspectives. Commitments by provider and payer organizations to protect patient information have slipped in the past year?. Health Data Management 15(2): 144-144

Readers' perspectives. Most health care CIOs are adequately prepared when they take the position. Health Data Management 16(4): 10-10

Readers' perspectives. My organization is or wants to be an early participant in a regional health information organization. Do you agree or disagree?. Health Data Management 13(8 Suppl): 56-56

Readers' perspectives. Payer organizations accept and appropriately process HIPAA transactions. Health Data Management 16(3): 8-8

Readers' perspectives. Readers' poll October 2009. Health Data Management 17(10): 14-14

Readers' perspectives. Remotely hosted ambulatory electronic health records. Health Data Management 17(9): 16-16

Readers' perspectives. Software vendors should give better financial incentives to providers and payers acting as beta sites. Health Data Management 16(10): 12-12

Readers' perspectives. The health I.T. funding in the stimulus law will...?. Health Data Management 17(5): 8-8

Readers' perspectives. The recent revisions to federal rules to permit information technology donations to physicians will help spur I.T. adoption. Do you agree or disagree?. Health Data Management 15(4): 64-64

Readers' poll results: funding environment. Science 340(6131): 429-429

Readers' reliance on source credibility in the service of comprehension. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition 37(1): 230-247

Readers' response and author's reply to "Laboratory results that should be ignored". Medgenmed 8(4): 38; Author Reply 38-38; Author Reply 38

Readers' response to "Time to reform physician relicensure". Medgenmed 8(4): 63; Author Reply 64-63; Author Reply 64

Readers' responses and author's reply to "The reality of 'traditional Chinese' medicines". Medgenmed 8(4): 54; Author Reply 54-54; Author Reply 54

Readers' responses and author's reply to "about intercessory prayer: the scientific study of miracles". Medgenmed 9(2): 55; Author Reply 55-55; Author Reply 55

Readers' responses and author's reply to "amazing acupuncture". Medgenmed 9(2): 43; Author Reply 43-43; Author Reply 43

Readers' responses and author's reply to "every clinician deserves an un-sales rep". Medgenmed 9(2): 59; Author Reply 59-59; Author Reply 59

Readers' responses and author's reply to "the 'diabesity' epidemic: let's rehabilitate America". Medgenmed 8(3): 17; Author Reply 17-17; Author Reply 17

Readers' responses and authors' replies to "healthcare and the hospital chaplain". Medgenmed 9(2): 62-62

Readers' responses and authors' reply to "medical marijuana: politics trumps science at the FDA". Medgenmed 8(3): 79; Author Reply 79-79; Author Reply 79

Readers' responses to "Breast cancer with positive sentinel lymph node: now what?". Seminars in Oncology 37(2): 80-81

Readers' responses to "Cancer of unknown primary site: advances in diagnostics". Seminars in Oncology 37(6): 555-555

Readers' responses to "is national health insurance coming to the United States?". Medgenmed 8(3): 81; Author Reply 78-81; Author Reply 78

Readers' roundtable. Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry 100(4): 249-249

Readers' roundtable. Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry 103(4): 195-195

Readers' roundtable. Outcomes of root canal treatment and restoration, implant-supported single crowns, fixed partial dentures, and extraction without replacement: A systematic review. Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry 99(1): 1-1

Readers' survey results. Journal of Pediatric Health Care 25(4): 203-203

Readers' theatre as cancer education: an organic inquiry in Alaska awakening possibilities in a living spiral of understanding. Journal of Cancer Education 25(1): 3-8

Readers' use of source information in text comprehension. Memory & Cognition 40(3): 450-465

Readers, Foreign and Domestic. Science 150(3698): 828-828

Readership survey 2011. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology 16(1): 1-3

Readership survey 2013: what you think about our journal. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 84(6): 639-641

Readership survey results. Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association 14(1): 33-35

Readership: The heart of Pulmonary Circulation. Pulmonary Circulation 3(1): 1-2

Readied for reality. HealthONE EMS' paramedic education program offers a realistic approach to training. Jems 35(9): Suppl 14-5

Readily accessible and easily modifiable Ru-based catalysts for efficient and Z-selective ring-opening metathesis polymerization and ring-opening/cross-metathesis. Journal of the American Chemical Society 135(28): 10258-10261

Readily accessible bicyclononynes for bioorthogonal labeling and three-dimensional imaging of living cells. Angewandte Chemie 49(49): 9422-9425

Readily accessible chiral at nitrogen cage structures. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 11(13): 2198-2205

Readily accessible chiral diene ligands for Rh-catalyzed enantioselective conjugate additions of boronic acids. Organic Letters 13(17): 4566-4569

Readily available chiral phosphine-aminophosphine ligands for highly efficient Rh-catalyzed asymmetric hydrogenation of alpha-enol ester phosphonates and alpha-enamido phosphonates. Journal of Organic Chemistry 73(5): 2011-2014

Readily available hydrogen bond catalysts for the asymmetric transfer hydrogenation of nitroolefins. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 9(11): 4323-4327

Readily available ruthenium complex for efficient dynamic kinetic resolution of aromatic α-hydroxy ketones. Organic Letters 16(8): 2256-2259

Readily available sources of long-chain omega-3 oils: is farmed Australian seafood a better source of the good oil than wild-caught seafood?. Nutrients 6(3): 1063-1079

Readily available tissue-engineered vascular grafts. Science Translational Medicine 3(68): 68ra9-68ra9

Readily controllable step-growth polymerization method for poly(lactic acid) copolymers having a high glass transition temperature. Biomacromolecules 11(5): 1196-1201

Readily prepared 3-chloro-1-(phenylthio)propene, a versatile three-carbon annulating agent. Organic Letters 11(20): 4576-4579

Readily prepared dynamic hydrogels by combining phenyl boronic acid- and maltose-modified anionic polysaccharides at neutral pH. Macromolecular Rapid Communications 35(24): 2089-2095

Readily releasable pool of synaptic vesicles measured at single synaptic contacts. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109(44): 18138-18143

Readily releasable vesicles recycle at the active zone of hippocampal synapses. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111(14): 5415-5420

Readily reusable electrochemical DNA hybridization biosensor based on the interaction of DNA with single-walled carbon nanotubes. Analytical Chemistry 81(15): 6006-6012

Readily synthesized chiral sulfides as reagents for asymmetric epoxidation. Chemistry, An Asian Journal 1(3): 438-444

Readily-milled fraction of wet sugarcane bagasse as an advanced feedstock for monosaccharide production via the RT-CaCCO process. Bioresource Technology 116: 529-532

Readiness and associated health behaviors and symptoms in recently deployed Army National Guard solders. Military Medicine 177(11): 1254-1260

Readiness and perceived barriers to removing artificial trans-fat from restaurant menus. Journal of Public Health Policy 31(1): 119-127

Readiness assessment of electronic health records implementation. Acta Informatica Medica 19(4): 224-227

Readiness discharge for spontaneous initiation of walking in crayfish. Journal of Neuroscience 30(4): 1348-1362

Readiness exercise to combat avian influenza. Qjm 102(2): 133-137

Readiness factors for lean implementation in healthcare settings--a literature review. Journal of Health Organization and Management 28(2): 135-153

Readiness for and predictors of evidence-based practice of acute-care nurses: a cross-sectional postal survey. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences 28(3): 572-581

Readiness for behaviour change in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: implications for multidisciplinary care models. Liver International 35(3): 936-943

Readiness for cancer rehabilitation in Denmark: protocol for a cross-sectional mixed methods study. Bmj Open 3(11): E003775-E003775

Readiness for change. Physician Executive 37(1): 82-84

Readiness for change predicts VA Mental Healthcare utilization among Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans. Journal of Traumatic Stress 26(1): 165-168

Readiness for commitment: applying psychological constructs to pastoral issues in marriage. Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling 61(3): 205-213

Readiness for community-based bicycle helmet use programs: a study using community-and individual-level readiness models. Journal of Health Psychology 13(5): 639-643

Readiness for diabetes prevention and barriers to lifestyle change in women with a history of gestational diabetes mellitus: rationale and study design. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice 106(1): 57-66

Readiness for discharge in parents of hospitalized children. Journal of Pediatric Nursing 23(4): 282-295

Readiness for electronic health records: comparison of characteristics of practices in a collaborative with the remainder of Massachusetts. Informatics in Primary Care 16(2): 129-137

Readiness for employment: perceptions of mental health service users. Community Mental Health Journal 49(6): 658-667

Readiness for interprofessional learning: a cross-faculty comparison between architecture and occupational therapy students. Journal of Interprofessional Care 27(5): 413-419

Readiness for legally literate medical practice? Student perceptions of their undergraduate medico-legal education. Journal of Medical Ethics 37(10): 616-622

Readiness for living technology: a comparative study of the uptake of robot technology in the Danish health-care sector. Artificial Life 19(3-4): 421-436

Readiness for meaningful use of health information technology and patient centered medical home recognition survey results. Medicare & Medicaid Research Review 3(4): -

Readiness for neonatal resuscitation: measuring knowledge, experience, and comfort level. Applied Nursing Research 20(2): 78-85

Readiness for organ donation: analysis of a survey for health themes. Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 134(18): 923-926

Readiness for organisational change among general practice staff. Quality & Safety in Health Care 19(5): E12-E12

Readiness for practice: a survey of neurosurgery graduates and program directors. Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. le Journal Canadien des Sciences Neurologiques 41(6): 721-728

Readiness for practice: the senior practicum experience. Journal of Nursing Education 50(11): 646-652

Readiness for self-directed change in professional behaviours: factorial validation of the Self-Reflection and Insight Scale. Medical Education 42(11): 1054-1063

Readiness for self-directed learning among nursing students in Thailand. Nursing & Health Sciences 12(2): 177-181

Readiness for self-directed learning and academic performance in an abilities laboratory course. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 75(2): 25-25

Readiness for self-directed learning: validation of a new scale with medical students. Medical Teacher 31(10): 918-920

Readiness for the Patient-Centered Medical Home: structural capabilities of Massachusetts primary care practices. Journal of General Internal Medicine 24(2): 162-169

Readiness for work injury management and prevention: important attributes for early graduate occupational therapists and physiotherapists. Work 48(4): 567-578

Readiness in HIV Treatment Adherence: A Matter of Confidence. An Exploratory Study. Open Aids Journal 5: 119-124

Readiness of US health plans to manage cardiometabolic risk. Preventing Chronic Disease 6(3): A86-A86

Readiness of district and regional hospitals in Burkina Faso to provide caesarean section and blood transfusion services: a cross-sectional study. Bmc Pregnancy and Childbirth 14(): 158-158

Readiness of elders to use assistive devices to maintain their independence in the home. Age and Ageing 36(4): 465-467

Readiness of nurses for practicing telehealth. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 161: 49-56

Readiness of obstetric professionals to inform parents regarding potential outcome of premature infants. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 32(4): 326-331

Readiness of organizations for change, motivation and conflict-handling intentions: senior nursing students' perceptions. Nurse Education in Practice 8(2): 120-128

Readiness of primary care practices for medical home certification. Pediatrics 131(3): 473-482

Readiness of the Belgian network of sentinel general practitioners to deliver electronic health record data for surveillance purposes: results of survey study. Bmc Family Practice 11(): 50-50

Readiness of the primary care system for non-communicable diseases in sub-Saharan Africa. Lancet. Global Health 2(5): E247-E248

Readiness redefined: a behavioral task during screening predicted 1-year weight loss in the look AHEAD study. Obesity 22(4): 1016-1023

Readiness requires a team. Journal of the American College of Dentists 79(1): 18-20

Readiness signs used to define the proper moment to start toilet training: a review of the literature. Neurourology and Urodynamics 31(4): 437-440

Readiness to adopt a self-management approach to pain--are profiles of subscale scores on the Pain Stages of Change Questionnaire useful?. European Journal of Pain 14(10): 1051-1058

Readiness to be physically active and self-reported physical activity in low-income Latinas, California WISEWOMAN, 2006-2007. Preventing Chronic Disease 9(): E87-E87

Readiness to change among a group of heavy-drinking college students: correlates of readiness and a comparison of measures. Journal of American College Health 57(3): 325-330

Readiness to change and post-intervention drinking among Hispanic college students living on the US/Mexico border. Addictive Behaviors 36(3): 183-189

Readiness to change and reasons for intended reduction of alcohol consumption in emergency department versus trauma population. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine 15(3): 337-344

Readiness to change and risk drinking women. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 40(3): 230-240

Readiness to change and training expectations prior to a training workshop for substance abuse clinicians. Substance Use & Misuse 46(8): 1032-1036

Readiness to change as a mediator of the effect of a brief motivational intervention on posttreatment alcohol-related consequences of injured emergency department hazardous drinkers. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 23(2): 185-195

Readiness to change as a predictor of drug-related behaviors in a sample of rural felony probationers. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 34(6): 741-748

Readiness to change drinking behavior in female college students. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. Supplement (): 106-114

Readiness to change in adolescents screening positive for substance use in urban primary care clinics. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse 19(2): 99-107

Readiness to change in brief motivational interventions: a requisite condition for drinking reductions?. Addictive Behaviors 34(2): 232-235

Readiness to change level of physical activity in leisure time among physically inactive Danish adults. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 37(8): 785-792

Readiness to change, partner violence subtypes, and treatment outcomes among men in treatment for partner assault. Violence and Victims 23(4): 446-475

Readiness to exercise: a comparison of 3 instruments and an interview. Progress in Cardiovascular Nursing 22(4): 201-206

Readiness to interact. Pflege Zeitschrift 61(2): 61-61

Readiness to manage arthritis: a pilot study using a stages-of-change measure for arthritis rehabilitation. Rehabilitation Nursing 34(2): 64-73, 84

Readiness to provide smoking cessation counselling--results of a survey among general practitioners in Brandenburg. Gesundheitswesen ()) 72(4): 228-232

Readiness to quit as a predictor for outcomes of smoking-reduction programme with transdermal nicotine patch or bupropion in a sample of 308 patients with schizophrenia. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience 265(3): 249-257

Readiness to quit smoking in rural communities. Issues in Mental Health Nursing 29(10): 1115-1133

Readiness to shop for low-fat foods: a population study. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 109(8): 1392-1397

Readiness to transfer to adult care of adolescents with chronic conditions: exploration of associated factors. Journal of Adolescent Health 48(3): 295-302

Readiness to use compensatory strategies among older adults with functional difficulties. International Psychogeriatrics 22(8): 1225-1239

Readiness to use physical activity as a smoking cessation aid: a multiple behaviour change application of the Transtheoretical Model among quitters attending Stop Smoking Clinics. Patient Education and Counseling 79(2): 156-159

Readiness: how prepared are you?. Journal of Emergency Nursing: Jen 40(5): 448-452

Readiness: the state of the science (or the lack thereof). Current Hiv/Aids Reports 7(4): 245-252

Reading. Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery 137(4): 691-691

Reading 1D Barcodes with Mobile Phones Using Deformable Templates. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence 33(9): 1834-1843

Reading ASJ in the digital age: is there an app for that?. Aesthetic Surgery Journal 33(6): 915-916

Reading As A Means Of Teaching Language To The Deaf. Science 13(329): 402-404

Reading Center Characterization of Central Retinal Vein Occlusion Using Optical Coherence Tomography During the COPERNICUS Trial. Translational Vision Science & Technology 2(7): 7-7

Reading Challenging Barcodes with Cameras. Proceedings. IEEE Workshop on Applications of Computer Vision 2009(7-8): 1-6

Reading Comprehension Strategies for Adult Literacy Outcomes. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 49(3): 192-200

Reading Delay. British Medical Journal 1(5332): 697-697

Reading Down of Section 377 of Indian Penal code is a Welcome Move for HIV Prevention and Control Among Men Having Sex with Men in India. Indian Journal of Community Medicine 36(1): 57-58

Reading Durban. Gmhc Treatment Issues 14(9-10): 13-16

Reading Ella: using literary patients to enhance nursing students' reflective thinking in the classroom. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship 10: -

Reading Expressively and Understanding Thoroughly: An Examination of Prosody in Adults with Low Literacy Skills. Reading and Writing 26(5): 665-680

Reading Faces for Information about Words and Emotions in Adolescents with Autism. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 2(4): 681-695

Reading First kindergarten classroom instruction and students' growth in phonological awareness and letter naming-decoding fluency. Journal of School Psychology 46(3): 281-314

Reading Harold Searles. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 88(Pt 2): 353-369

Reading Knowledge. Science 75(1950): 515-516

Reading Livingstone. Journal of Medical Biography 17(2): 63-63

Reading Medicine: Mind, Body, and Meditation in One Interpretive Community. New Literary History 37(3): 563-581

Reading Minds and Telling Tales in a Cultural Borderland. Ethos 36(1): 136-154

Reading Mustafa Kemal Atatürk on the Armenian genocide of 1915. Patterns of Prejudice 44(4): 369-391

Reading Notices. California State Journal of Medicine 1(11): 315-315

Reading PDB: perception of molecules from 3D atomic coordinates. Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling 53(1): 76-87

Reading Performance of Young Adults With ADHD Diagnosed in Childhood: Relations With Executive Functioning. Journal of Attention Disorders: -

Reading Playboy for the articles: the graying of rape myths in black and white text, 1953 to 2003. Violence Against Women 19(8): 968-994

Reading RNA methylation codes through methyl-specific binding proteins. Rna Biology 11(6): 669-672

Reading Skill And Suppression Revisited. Psychological Science 6(3): 165-169

Reading Skills in Children with Multichannel Cochlear-lmplant Experience. Volta Review 99(4): 193-202

Reading South Pacific: colonialism and anthropology in an Australian journal. History of Anthropology 12(2): 159-178

Reading Susan Isaacs: toward a radically revised theory of thinking. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 92(4): 925-942

Reading Types. British Journal of Ophthalmology 36(12): 689-690

Reading Without Speech Sounds: VWFA and its Connectivity in the Congenitally Deaf. Cerebral Cortex 25(9): 2416-2426

Reading Zolotov: a source of knowledge, inspiration and pleasure--thoughts and emotions on the eve of the 80th jubilee of Academician Yuri Aleksandrovich Zolotov. Talanta 102: 2-6

Reading a book can change your mind, but only some changes last for a year: food attitude changes in readers of The Omnivore's Dilemma. Frontiers in Psychology 4: 778-778

Reading a cost-effectiveness or decision analysis study: Five things to consider. Neurology. Clinical Practice 3(5): 413-420

Reading a panoramic radiograph. Journal of the Irish Dental Association 60(4): 190-191

Reading a research paper: The relevance of "ecological validity". Indian Journal of Psychiatry 54(4): 386-387

Reading abilities after cochlear implantation: the effect of age at implantation on outcomes at 5 and 7 years after implantation. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology 72(10): 1471-1478

Reading abilities in deaf children: respective and/or combined contribution of early age of cochlear implantation and exposition to cued speech. Cochlear Implants International 11 Suppl 1: 278-281

Reading abilities: importance of visual-spatial attention. Current Biology 22(9): R298-R299

Reading ability and computer-related attitudes among African American graduate students. Cyberpsychology & Behavior 11(3): 347-350

Reading ability and print exposure: item response theory analysis of the author recognition test. Behavior Research Methods 47(4): 1095-1109

Reading ability and reading engagement in older adults with glaucoma. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 55(8): 5284-5290

Reading ability and retinal sensitivity after surgery for macular hole and macular pucker. Retina 29(8): 1111-1118

Reading ability and stereoacuity with combined implantation of refractive and diffractive multifocal intraocular lenses. Acta Ophthalmologica 89(4): 376-381

Reading ability of junior high school students in relation to self-evaluation and depression. No to Hattatsu. Brain and Development 44(1): 45-49

Reading ability with pseudophakic monovision and with refractive multifocal intraocular lenses: comparative study. Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery 35(9): 1501-1504

Reading about ... The history of psychiatry. British Journal of Psychiatry 200(5): 431-433

Reading about explanations enhances perceptions of inevitability and foreseeability: a cross-cultural study with Wikipedia articles. Cognitive Processing 15(3): 343-349

Reading about science in nineteenth century Brazil: Revista Popular , 1859-1862. Historia, Ciencias, Saude--Manguinhos 20 Suppl 1: 1153-1162

Reading about the actions of others: biological motion imagery and action congruency influence brain activity. Neuropsychologia 48(6): 1607-1615

Reading acceleration training changes brain circuitry in children with reading difficulties. Brain and Behavior 4(6): 886-902

Reading accuracy and speed of vowelized and unvowelized scripts among dyslexic readers of Hebrew: the road not taken. Annals of Dyslexia 63(2): 171-185

Reading achievement growth in children with language impairments. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 51(6): 1569-1579

Reading achievement in relation to phonological coding and awareness in deaf readers: a meta-analysis. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 16(2): 164-188

Reading acquisition, AAC and the transferability of english research to languages with more consistent or transparent orthographies. Augmentative and Alternative Communication 26(3): 177-190

Reading acuity in albinism: evaluation with MNREAD charts. Journal of Aapos 15(1): 29-32

Reading affect in the face and voice: neural correlates of interpreting communicative intent in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders. Archives of General Psychiatry 64(6): 698-708

Reading against all odds: a pilot study of two deaf students with dyslexia. American Annals of the Deaf 152(1): 63-72

Reading aids for adults with low vision. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (): Cd003303-Cd003303

Reading aloud as rehabilitation method for children with dyslexia detected at the first grade in their primary school. No to Hattatsu. Brain and Development 43(5): 384-388

Reading aloud boosts connectivity through the putamen. Cerebral Cortex 20(3): 570-582

Reading aloud pseudohomophones in Italian: always an advantage. Memory & Cognition 40(3): 466-482

Reading aloud to children: the evidence. Archives of Disease in Childhood 93(7): 554-557

Reading aloud: does previous trial history modulate the joint effects of stimulus quality and word frequency?. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition 39(4): 1321-1325

Reading aloud: evidence for contextual control over lexical activation. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance 35(2): 499-507

Reading aloud: new evidence for contextual control over the breadth of lexical activation. Memory & Cognition 39(7): 1332-1347

Reading aloud: qualitative differences in the relation between stimulus quality and word frequency as a function of context. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition 34(6): 1400-1411

Reading aloud: when the effect of stimulus quality distinguishes between cascaded and thresholded components. Experimental Psychology 54(3): 215-224

Reading and AIDS literacy in Allen Barnett's short fiction. Literature and Medicine 31(1): 142-173

Reading and Abstracting the Literature: part II. Journal of Emergency Nursing: Jen 34(5): 464-465

Reading and Generalist Genes. Mind, Brain and Education 1(4): 173-180

Reading and Upper Thames and Oxford and District Branches. The Alleged Increase in Insanity. British Medical Journal 2(2064): 149-152

Reading and analysis of the latest guidelines 2007 for the treatment of arterial hypertension. Giornale Italiano di Cardiologia 9(4): 298-299

Reading and arithmetic abilities associated with speech defects. Journal of Speech Disorders 12(1): 85-85

Reading and arithmetic in adolescents with autism spectrum disorders: peaks and dips in attainment. Neuropsychology 23(6): 718-728

Reading and citing from the Journal of Hypertension. Journal of Hypertension 26(7): 1271-1274

Reading and communication skills after universal newborn screening for permanent childhood hearing impairment. Archives of Disease in Childhood 94(4): 293-297

Reading and consumption: the birth of consumer culture in German press and advertising until 1933. Archiv für Sozialgeschichte: 97-117

Reading and controlling human brain activation using real-time functional magnetic resonance imaging. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 11(11): 473-481

Reading and doing arithmetic nonconsciously. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 109(48): 19614-9

Reading and eye trouble. Optical Journal and Review of Optometry 86(7): 37-37

Reading and interpretation of chest X-ray in adults with community-acquired pneumonia. Brazilian Journal of Infectious Diseases 15(6): 540-546

Reading and interpreting evidence based recommendations for the diagnosis and management of cow's milk allergy in Chinese infants. Zhonghua Er Ke Za Zhi 51(3): 187-188

Reading and interpreting meta-analyses of diagnostic accuracy studies. Rofo 183(9): 799-803

Reading and interpreting research: focus on effect size. Progress in Cardiovascular Nursing 23(2): 95-97

Reading and interpreting the CPA-AIR recommendations for the diagnosis and management of juvenile systemic iupus erythematosus (continued). Zhonghua Er Ke Za Zhi 51(3): 189-193

Reading and interpreting the scientific evidence. Journal of the Association of Nurses in Aids Care 22(1): 6-8

Reading and language disorders: the importance of both quantity and quality. Genes 5(2): 285-309

Reading and language intervention for children at risk of dyslexia: a randomised controlled trial. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, and Allied Disciplines 55(11): 1234-1243

Reading and listening in people with aphasia: effects of syntactic complexity. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 22(4): 579-590

Reading and listening to music increase resting energy expenditure during an indirect calorimetry test. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 114(12): 1939-1942

Reading and math achievement profiles and longitudinal growth trajectories of children with an autism spectrum disorder. Autism 19(2): 200-210

Reading and optical erasure of holograms stored by the photorefractive effect in lithium niobate. Applied Optics 17(17): 2773-2778

Reading and reading instruction for children from low-income and non-English-speaking households. Future of Children 22(2): 73-88

Reading and reading-related skills in children using cochlear implants: prospects for the influence of cued speech. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 16(4): 458-473

Reading and reflecting: taking steps towards enhancing practice. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy. Revue Canadienne D'ergotherapie 77(2): 67-69

Reading and spelling abilities of deaf adolescents with cochlear implants and hearing AIDS. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 16(1): 24-34

Reading and spelling disabilities in children with and without a history of early language delay: a neuropsychological and linguistic study. Child Neuropsychology 15(6): 582-604

Reading and spelling in children with severe speech and physical impairments: a comparative study. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 44(6): 864-882

Reading and spontaneous speaking fundamental frequency of young Arabic men for Arabic and English languages: a comparative study. Perceptual and Motor Skills 105(2): 572-580

Reading and subcortical auditory function. Cerebral Cortex 19(11): 2699-2707

Reading and the corpus callosum: an MRI family study of volume and area. Neuropsychology 21(2): 235-241

Reading and the rate of blinking. Journal of Experimental Psychology 37(3): 266-268

Reading and thinking of "Clinical Practice Guideline: Sudden Hearing Loss" issued by American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. Zhonghua Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi 48(5): 436-440

Reading and using body language in your medical practice: 25 research findings. Journal of Medical Practice Management 26(6): 357-362

Reading and visual fatigue. Science 106(2765): 628-628

Reading and visual processing in Greek dyslexic children: an eye-movement study. Dyslexia 17(1): 85-104

Reading and visual search. Memory & Cognition 3(2): 188-196

Reading and visual search: a developmental study in normal children. Plos One 8(7): E70261-E70261

Reading and writing Japanese: Kanji versus Kana. Rinsho Shinkeigaku 46(11): 910-913

Reading and writing assessment scales: preliminary reliability evidences. Pro-Fono 22(4): 509-514

Reading and writing difficulties in adolescence and later risk of welfare dependence. A ten year follow-up, the HUNT Study, Norway. Bmc Public Health 11(): 718-718

Reading and writing disorder (RWD) - criteria for a speech therapist intervention. Laryngo- Rhino- Otologie 93(6): 385-391

Reading and writing in an elementary national school for the blind. Napravna Pedagogika 26(6): 129-132

Reading and writing of photochemical holes using GaAlAs-diode lasers. Optics Letters 8(5): 280-282

Reading and writing performances of children 7-8 years of age with developmental coordination disorder in Taiwan. Research in Developmental Disabilities 32(6): 2589-2594

Reading and writing the blood-brain barrier: relevance to therapeutics. Recent Patents on Cns Drug Discovery 1(2): 157-173

Reading and writing with aphasia in the 21st century: technological applications of supported reading comprehension and written expression. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 18(6): 758-769

Reading articles and analyzing their content. La Revue du Praticien 64(6): 767-767

Reading as a protective factor against cognitive decline. Gaceta Sanitaria 27(1): 68-71

Reading as active sensing: a computational model of gaze planning in word recognition. Frontiers in Neurorobotics 4: 6-6

Reading as an intervention for vocabulary, short-term memory and speech development of school-aged children with Down syndrome: a review of the evidence. Advances in Child Development and Behavior 39: 131-162

Reading as functional coordination: not recycling but a novel synthesis. Frontiers in Psychology 5: 1046-1046

Reading baby books: medicine, marketing, money and the lives of American infants. Journal of Social History 44(3): 667-687

Reading backwardness among men in the Army. British Journal of Educational Psychology 16(3): 133-148

Reading based IQ estimates and actual premorbid cognitive performance: discrepancies in a college athlete sample. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 18(1): 139-143

Reading behavior of emmetropic schoolchildren in China. Vision Research 86: 43-51

Reading between eye saccades. Plos One 4(7): E6448-E6448

Reading between the COPD audits: have current GOLD standards lost their lustre?. New Zealand Medical Journal 126(1378): 5-8

Reading between the LINEs to see into the past. Trends in Genetics 25(11): 475-479

Reading between the Lyme: is Borrelia burgdorferi a cause of dilated cardiomyopathy? The debate continues. European Journal of Heart Failure 14(6): 567-568

Reading between the layers: early histopathological findings in exogenous ochronosis. American Journal of Dermatopathology 36(12): 989-991

Reading between the lies: identifying concealed and falsified emotions in universal facial expressions. Psychological Science 19(5): 508-514

Reading between the lines of cancer and fertility: a provider's story. Cancer Treatment and Research 156: 481-484

Reading between the lines of the DHSS annual report. British Medical Journal 291(6509): 1662-1662

Reading between the lines: a comparison of 480 German and Dutch obituaries. Omega 68(2): 161-181

Reading between the lines: a glimpse of the Cushing files and the life of Sir William Osler. Osler Library Newsletter: 1-4

Reading between the lines: building collaboration with ED clinicians can increase revenue. Healthcare Financial Management 63(5): 28-31

Reading between the lines: how applicable and intense are industry challenges? MGMA-ACMPE analyzes member data. Mgma Connexion 12(6): 46-50

Reading between the lines: implicit assessment of the association of parental attributions and empathy with abuse risk. Child Abuse & Neglect 36(7-8): 564-571

Reading between the lines: making practical sense of research reports. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics 138(1): 118-120

Reading between the lines: object localization using implicit cues from image tags. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence 34(6): 1145-1158

Reading between the lines: the experiences of taking part in a community reading project. Medical Humanities 33(2): 100-104

Reading between the lines: the lay assessment of subclinical depression from written self-descriptions. Journal of Personality 78(2): 575-598

Reading between the lines; understanding drug response in the post genomic era. Molecular Oncology 8(6): 1112-1119

Reading between the number lines. Science 321(5894): 1293-4; Author Reply 1293-4

Reading between the numbers: the potential of patient narrative. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 146: 187-191

Reading between the spikes of the hypothalamic neural code. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 22(12): 1239-1250

Reading beyond the words: material letters and the process of interpretation. Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association. Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 22: 55-69

Reading books with young deaf children: strategies for mediating between American Sign Language and English. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 18(3): 299-311

Reading cells from within. Nature Methods 7(10): 780-781

Reading characteristics of deaf and hard-of-hearing pupils. Vojnosanitetski Pregled 69(10): 846-851

Reading charge transport from the spin dynamics on the surface of a topological insulator. Physical Review Letters 111(16): 166801-166801

Reading chest radiographs in the critically ill (Part I): Normal chest radiographic appearance, instrumentation and complications from instrumentation. Annals of Thoracic Medicine 4(2): 75-87

Reading chest radiographs in the critically ill (Part II): Radiography of lung pathologies common in the ICU patient. Annals of Thoracic Medicine 4(3): 149-157

Reading children's books to awe and inspire nursing students. Nurse Educator 32(5): 223-226

Reading chimpanzee faces: evidence for the role of verbal labels in categorical perception of emotion. Emotion 10(4): 544-554

Reading chromatin: insights from yeast into YEATS domain structure and function. Epigenetics 5(7): 573-577

Reading colophons from mesopotamian clay-tablets dealing with mathematics. Ntm 20(3): 123-156

Reading component skills of learners in adult basic education. Journal of Learning Disabilities 43(2): 108-121

Reading comprehension among typically developing Swedish-speaking 10-12-year-olds: examining subgroups differentiated in terms of language and decoding skills. Logopedics, Phoniatrics, Vocology 35(4): 189-193

Reading comprehension and expressive writing: a comparison between good and poor comprehenders. Journal of Learning Disabilities 46(1): 87-96

Reading comprehension and its underlying components in second-language learners: A meta-analysis of studies comparing first- and second-language learners. Psychological Bulletin 140(2): 409-433

Reading comprehension in Parkinson's disease. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 23(2): S246-S258

Reading comprehension in a large cohort of French first graders from low socio-economic status families: a 7-month longitudinal study. Plos One 8(11): E78608-E78608

Reading comprehension in aging: the role of working memory and metacomprehension. Neuropsychology, Development, and Cognition. Section B, Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition 14(2): 189-212

Reading comprehension in children with specific language impairment: an examination of two subgroups. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 42(1): 39-57

Reading comprehension interventions for middle school students with learning disabilities: a synthesis of 30 years of research. Journal of Learning Disabilities 45(4): 327-340

Reading comprehension interventions for students with autism spectrum disorders: a synthesis of research. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 44(6): 1303-1322

Reading comprehension levels in scholars. Pro-Fono 21(3): 207-212

Reading comprehension of deaf children with cochlear implants. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 12(3): 283-302

Reading comprehension of deaf students in regular education. Jornal Da Sociedade Brasileira de Fonoaudiologia 24(4): 342-347

Reading comprehension of health checkup reports and health literacy in Japanese people. Environmental Health and Preventive Medicine 19(4): 295-306

Reading comprehension of students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: what is the role of executive functions?. Revista de Neurologia 50 Suppl 3(): S135-S142

Reading comprehension on the last grades of cicles I and II of elementary school. Codas 26(4): 276-285

Reading comprehension strategy instruction and attribution retraining for secondary students with learning and other mild disabilities. Journal of Learning Disabilities 44(1): 18-32

Reading comprehension without phonological mediation: further evidence from a Chinese aphasic individual. Science in China. Series C, Life Sciences 52(5): 492-499

Reading comprehension, word decoding and spelling in girls with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD): performance and predictors. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 45(1): 61-71

Reading culture from tobacco advertisements in Indonesia. Tobacco Control 18(2): 98-107

Reading daily predicts reduced mortality among men from a cohort of community-dwelling 70-year-olds. Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 63(2): S73-S80

Reading deficits in schizophrenia and individuals at high clinical risk: relationship to sensory function, course of illness, and psychosocial outcome. American Journal of Psychiatry 171(9): 949-959

Reading development and dyslexia in a transparent orthography: a survey of Spanish children. Annals of Dyslexia 57(2): 179-198

Reading development in a tracked school system: a longitudinal study over 3 years using propensity score matching. British Journal of Educational Psychology 82(Pt 4): 647-671

Reading development in adults. Annals of Dyslexia 37(1): 240-251

Reading development in agglutinative languages: evidence from beginning, intermediate, and adult Basque readers. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 105(4): 359-375

Reading development subtypes and their early characteristics. Annals of Dyslexia 57(1): 3-32

Reading differences and brain: cortical integration of speech and print in sentence processing varies with reader skill. Developmental Neuropsychology 33(6): 745-775

Reading different literature helps one to learn to listen. Internal and Emergency Medicine 9(5): 493-495

Reading difficulties and eye defects. Sight-Saving Review 19(2): 96-99

Reading difficulties in Albanian. Annals of Dyslexia 62(3): 137-152

Reading difficulty (dyslexia) from the ophthalmic point of view. American Journal of Ophthalmology 31(1): 28-34

Reading difficulty after stroke: ocular and non ocular causes. International Journal of Stroke 6(5): 404-411

Reading difficulty differences of health knowledge tests. Research Quarterly 16: 206-215

Reading difficulty is associated with failure to lateralize temporooccipital function. Epilepsia 55(5): 746-753

Reading direction and the central perceptual span in Urdu and English. Plos One 9(2): E88358-E88358

Reading direction and the central perceptual span: evidence from Arabic and English. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 21(2): 505-511

Reading direction shifts visuospatial attention: an Interactive Account of attentional biases. Acta Psychologica 151: 98-105

Reading disabilities and mental health; a review of research. Understanding the Child; A Magazine for Teachers 16(1): 24-32

Reading disabilities and the ophthalmologist. Transactions - American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology. American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology 53(12): 107-120

Reading disabilities in SLI and dyslexia result from distinct phonological impairments. Developmental Neuropsychology 34(3): 296-311

Reading disabilities in children. Journal of the American Medical Women's Association 2(3): 89-91

Reading disability and adult attained education and income: evidence from a 30-year longitudinal study of a population-based sample. Journal of Learning Disabilities 47(4): 374-386

Reading disability goes beyond consent forms. Psychiatric Services 58(4): 566-566

Reading disability subtypes in neurologically-impaired students. Annals of Dyslexia 37(1): 166-188

Reading disability: methodological problems in information-processing analysis. Science 200(4343): 802-802

Reading disappearing text: why do children refixate words?. Vision Research 51(1): 84-92

Reading disc-based bioassays with standard computer drives. Accounts of Chemical Research 46(2): 258-268

Reading disorders and weak Verbal IQ following left hemisphere stroke in children: no evidence of compensation. Cortex; A Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior 46(10): 1248-1258

Reading disorders in primary progressive aphasia: a behavioral and neuroimaging study. Neuropsychologia 47(8-9): 1893-1900

Reading does not depend on writing, even in Chinese. Neuropsychologia 47(4): 1193-1199

Reading dream literature: frequency, influencing factors, and self-rated benefit. American Journal of Psychology 124(2): 227-233

Reading embodied consciousness in "Emma". Studies in English Literature 51(4): 765-782

Reading emotional words within sentences: the impact of arousal and valence on event-related potentials. International Journal of Psychophysiology 78(3): 299-307

Reading emotions after childhood brain injury: case series evidence of dissociation between cognitive abilities and emotional expression processing skills. Brain Injury 22(4): 325-332

Reading enjoyment amongst non-leisure readers can affect achievement in secondary school. Frontiers in Psychology 5: 1214-1214

Reading epilepsy. Practical Neurology 10(5): 278-281

Reading epilepsy and its variants: a model for system epilepsy. Epilepsy & Behavior 20(3): 591-591

Reading epilepsy as the initial symptom of idiopathic hypoparathyroidism. Internal Medicine 50(11): 1235-1237

Reading epilepsy from the dominant temporo-occipital region. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry 81(7): 710-715

Reading equipment for partially blind people. Journal of the Optical Society of America 35: 804-804

Reading errors typology of Brazilian students considered good readers. Pro-Fono 21(4): 320-325

Reading faces: differential lateral gaze bias in processing canine and human facial expressions in dogs and 4-year-old children. Plos One 7(4): E36076-E36076

Reading faces: investigating the use of a novel face-based orthography in acquired alexia. Brain and Language 129: 7-13

Reading fiction. American Journal of Medicine 127(4): 356-357

Reading fiction during sick leave, a multidimensional occupation. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy 22(1): 62-71

Reading fluency and speech perception speed of beginning readers with persistent reading problems: the perception of initial stop consonants and consonant clusters. Annals of Dyslexia 60(2): 151-174

Reading fluency: implications for the assessment of children with reading disabilities. Annals of Dyslexia 60(1): 1-17

Reading fluency: the whole is more than the parts. Annals of Dyslexia 56(1): 51-82

Reading for Pleasure: A Yank reads in England. British Medical Journal 284(6309): 105-106

Reading for Pleasure: A journey with Proust. British Medical Journal 285(6353): 1491-1492

Reading for Pleasure: A practical bent. British Medical Journal 282(6273): 1383-1383

Reading for Pleasure: A sense of time and place. British Medical Journal 281(6240): 605-606

Reading for Pleasure: A touchstone for the 1980s?. British Medical Journal 281(6252): 1415-1416

Reading for Pleasure: Ali Baba's cave. British Medical Journal 282(6278): 1782-1783

Reading for Pleasure: An alfresco choice. British Medical Journal 281(6244): 860-861

Reading for Pleasure: An unrandom bias. British Medical Journal 281(6235): 295-296

Reading for Pleasure: Ancient preferred to modern. British Medical Journal 283(6284): 129-130

Reading for Pleasure: Another sort of reading. British Medical Journal 281(6250): 1270-1272

Reading for Pleasure: Arbitrament of swords. British Medical Journal 284(6318): 812-813

Reading for Pleasure: Armchair adventures. British Medical Journal 282(6277): 1693-1694

Reading for Pleasure: Attraction of the supernatural. British Medical Journal 280(6214): 632-633

Reading for Pleasure: Before and after a heart transplant. British Medical Journal 281(6254): 1553-1554

Reading for Pleasure: Celtic and non-Celtic nostalgia. British Medical Journal 2(6187): 433-434

Reading for Pleasure: Centenaries, exhibitions, and cool old friends. British Medical Journal 281(6246): 997-998

Reading for Pleasure: Confessions of a lowbrow. British Medical Journal 281(6248): 1130-1131

Reading for Pleasure: Contemporary novels on the bus. British Medical Journal 282(6264): 639-640

Reading for Pleasure: Durrell's Quincunx. British Medical Journal 288(6420): 850-851

Reading for Pleasure: Fact, fiction, and fury over the Falklands. British Medical Journal 285(6335): 122-124

Reading for Pleasure: First, news; first books; fast books; first book. British Medical Journal 285(6349): 1193-1194

Reading for Pleasure: Forced inactivity brings increased pleasure. British Medical Journal 287(6396): 899-900

Reading for Pleasure: Grandfather's footsteps. British Medical Journal 282(6260): 299-300

Reading for Pleasure: Greatest of all comforts. British Medical Journal 283(6299): 1111-1112

Reading for Pleasure: Guilty consciences. British Medical Journal 281(6242): 733-734

Reading for Pleasure: Hell, humour, and hobbies. British Medical Journal 281(6238): 503-504

Reading for Pleasure: History opened my eyes. British Medical Journal 284(6322): 1105-1106

Reading for Pleasure: Home choice, 1980. British Medical Journal 281(6256): 1723-1725

Reading for Pleasure: In quest of the best. British Medical Journal 283(6298): 1046-1047

Reading for Pleasure: It's fun finding out. British Medical Journal 281(6241): 668-669

Reading for Pleasure: Known by your bookshelves. British Medical Journal 282(6257): 59-61

Reading for Pleasure: Listen to me. British Medical Journal 282(6258): 133-134

Reading for Pleasure: Make full use of your local library. British Medical Journal 288(6414): 391-392

Reading for Pleasure: More worlds per pound. British Medical Journal 281(6251): 1340-1341

Reading for Pleasure: New horizons. British Medical Journal 281(6249): 1205-1206

Reading for Pleasure: On keeping a resolution. British Medical Journal 289(6452): 1131-1132

Reading for Pleasure: Opening lines and others. British Medical Journal 283(6306): 1596-1597

Reading for Pleasure: Postoperation diet. British Medical Journal 283(6291): 603-604

Reading for Pleasure: Secondhand but not second-rate. British Medical Journal 282(6268): 977-978

Reading for Pleasure: Shared pleasure. British Medical Journal 284(6319): 892-893

Reading for Pleasure: Short and good. British Medical Journal 282(6262): 464-465

Reading for Pleasure: The author in person. British Medical Journal 281(6256): 1719-1723

Reading for Pleasure: The inner life. British Medical Journal 282(6269): 1062-1063

Reading for Pleasure: The novels that I enjoy most. British Medical Journal 290(6465): 384-385

Reading for Pleasure: The second fifteen. British Medical Journal 287(6400): 1207-1208

Reading for Pleasure: The snail, the thief, and the dipper. British Medical Journal 283(6285): 220-221

Reading for Pleasure: To acquire facts, to be held in suspense. British Medical Journal 287(6384): 49-50

Reading for Pleasure: World(s) enough and Time. British Medical Journal 285(6340): 498-499

Reading for Pleasure: "'Satiable curtiosity". British Medical Journal 281(6255): 1626-1627

Reading for Pleasure: "Cancer Ward" and modern medicine. British Medical Journal 288(6413): 315-316

Reading for decision making. La Revue du Praticien 57(7): 769-770

Reading for meaning in dyslexic and young children: distinct neural pathways but common endpoints. Neuropsychologia 47(12): 2544-2557

Reading for pleasure: ancillary AIDS. British Medical Journal 284(6330): 1695-1696

Reading for pleasure: book of kings. British Medical Journal 281(6245): 933-934

Reading for pleasure: greene and baron corvo. British Medical Journal 281(6239): 554-555

Reading for pleasure: monro and marbot. British Medical Journal 283(6301): 1254-1255

Reading for pleasure: o absalom. British Medical Journal 281(6243): 797-798

Reading for pleasure: "the albert n'yanza" by sir samuel baker. British Medical Journal 286(6368): 880-881

Reading for sound with dyslexia: evidence for early orthographic and late phonological integration deficits. Brain Research 1385: 192-205

Reading from electronic devices versus hardcopy text. Work 47(3): 303-307

Reading front to back: MEG evidence for early feedback effects during word recognition. Cerebral Cortex 24(3): 817-825

Reading genetic-speak. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery 21(5): 1319-1320

Reading grade level and completeness of freely available materials on thyroid nodules: there is work to be done. Thyroid 25(2): 147-156

Reading group rehabilitation for patients with psychosis: a randomized controlled study. Clinical Psychology & PsychoTherapy 22(1): 15-21

Reading groups: a practical means of enhancing professional knowledge among human service practitioners. Behavior Analysis in Practice 4(2): 53-60

Reading habits. Journal of the American Dental Association 142(1): 21-2; Author Reply 22-3

Reading habits and attitude toward medical humanities of basic science students in a medical college in Western Nepal. Teaching and Learning in Medicine 20(4): 308-313

Reading habits for both words and numbers contribute to the SNARC effect. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 16(2): 328-331

Reading immunohistochemical slides on a computer monitor--a multisite performance study using 180 HER2-stained breast carcinomas. Applied Immunohistochemistry & Molecular Morphology 19(3): 212-217

Reading impairment in a patient with missing arcuate fasciculus. Neuropsychologia 47(1): 180-194

Reading impairment in schizophrenia: dysconnectivity within the visual system. Neuropsychologia 53: 187-196

Reading impairments in schizophrenia relate to individual differences in phonological processing and oculomotor control: evidence from a gaze-contingent moving window paradigm. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General 142(1): 57-75

Reading improvement in English- and Hebrew-speaking children with reading difficulties after reading acceleration training. Annals of Dyslexia 64(3): 183-201

Reading in Devanagari: Insights from functional neuroimaging. Indian Journal of Radiology & Imaging 24(1): 44-50

Reading in French-speaking adults with dyslexia. Annals of Dyslexia 60(2): 238-264

Reading in Spanish and Italian: effects of age of acquisition in transparent orthographies?. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67(9): 1808-1825

Reading in children with orofacial clefts versus controls. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 35(2): 199-208

Reading in healthy ageing: the influence of information structuring in sentences. Psychology and Aging 27(2): 529-540

Reading in subjects with an oral cleft: speech, hearing and neuropsychological skills. Neuropsychology 28(3): 415-422

Reading increases ocular illuminance during light treatment. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 24(4): 339-342

Reading instead of reasoning? Predictors of arithmetic skills in children with cochlear implants. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology 78(7): 1147-1152

Reading instruction for children who use AAC: considerations in the pursuit of generalizable results. Augmentative and Alternative Communication 28(3): 160-170

Reading interventions for middle and secondary students with emotional and behavioral disorders: a quantitative review of single-case studies. Behavior Modification 39(1): 43-68

Reading interventions for struggling readers in the upper elementary grades: a synthesis of 20 years of research. Reading and Writing 23(8): 889-912

Reading into neuronal oscillations in the visual system: implications for developmental dyslexia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7: 811-811

Reading into readmissions. Data may be hard for consumers to analyze: experts. Modern Healthcare 39(29): 16-16

Reading is fundamentally similar across disparate writing systems: a systematic characterization of how words and characters influence eye movements in Chinese reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General 143(2): 895-913

Reading letters in the dark. A story about caring. Minnesota Medicine 95(10): 22-23

Reading level: not the only determinant of readability. Family Medicine 46(7): 563-563

Reading lists. Occasional Paper: 47-51

Reading literary fiction improves theory of mind. Science 342(6156): 377-380

Reading machines for the blind. Science 152(3722): 679-680

Reading marmoset behavior 'semantics' under particular social context by multi-parameters correlation analysis. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry 35(6): 1499-1504

Reading means more than deciphering the words on the page. Medical Education 44(4): 330-332

Reading mechanisms in orally educated deaf adults. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 15(2): 136-148

Reading mediation as a communication resource for hospitalized children: support for the humanization of nursing care. Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem 17(1): 81-87

Reading medical articles--what pitfalls to avoid. Revue Medicale Suisse 3(135): 2718-2723

Reading medical memoirs. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 166(8): 779-780

Reading medicine in the Codex de la Cruz Badiano. Journal of the History of Ideas 69(2): 169-192

Reading memoirs of childhood. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 90(1): 145-156

Reading microdots of a molecularly imprinted polymer by surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy. Biosensors & Bioelectronics 26(2): 809-814

Reading minds versus following rules: dissociating theory of mind and executive control in the brain. Social Neuroscience 1(3-4): 284-298

Reading minds with neuroscience--possibilities for the law. Cortex; A Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior 47(10): 1254-1255

Reading minds: mentalization, irony and literary engagement. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 91(4): 915-935

Reading minds: the relation between children's mental state knowledge and their metaknowledge about reading. Child Development 81(6): 1876-1893

Reading molecular messages from high-order harmonic spectra at different orientation angles. Journal of Chemical Physics 130(4): 044311-044311

Reading motivation, reading amount, and text comprehension in deaf and hearing adults. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 15(2): 120-135

Reading my father: a writer's triumphs and his torments. New Yorker: 50-60

Reading national identity: gender and "prostitution" during the Occupation. Modern & Contemporary France 7(1): 47-58

Reading networks at rest. Cerebral Cortex 20(11): 2549-2559

Reading new electronic version of BVSQ. Binocular Vision & Strabismus Quarterly 23(1): 20-20

Reading newsprint but not headlines: pitfalls in measuring visual acuity and color vision in patients with bullseye maculopathy and other macular scotomas. Retinal Cases & Brief Reports 2(1): 83-84

Reading of protein surfaces in the native state at micromolar concentrations by a chirogenetic porphyrin probe. Chemistry 18(39): 12452-7

Reading old bones: the problems. Science 226(4673): 428-428

Reading on LCD vs e-Ink displays: effects on fatigue and visual strain. Ophthalmic & Physiological Optics 32(5): 367-374

Reading other people's mind: insights from neuropsychology. Journal of Neuropsychology 3(Pt 1): 3-16

Reading others' minds by measuring their brains: fascinating and challenging for science, but ready for use in court?. Cortex; A Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior 47(10): 1240-1242

Reading our lips: the history of lipstick regulation in Western seats of power. Food and Drug Law Journal 62(1): 165-225

Reading outcomes of children and adolescents with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and dyslexia following atomoxetine treatment. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology 24(8): 419-425

Reading outside the box. Clinical Nurse Specialist Cns 27(5): 219-220

Reading outside the page. Family Process 49(1): 1-3

Reading outside the task fraternity. Nursing Inquiry 19(3): 189-189

Reading paths, eye drawings, and word islands: Movement in Un coup de dés. I-Perception 3(1): 50-58

Reading people's minds from emotion expressions in interdependent decision making. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 106(1): 73-88

Reading performance after implantation of a modified corneal inlay design for the surgical correction of presbyopia: 1-year follow-up. American Journal of Ophthalmology 153(5): 994-1001.E2

Reading performance after implantation of a small-aperture corneal inlay for the surgical correction of presbyopia: Two-year follow-up. Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery 37(3): 525-531

Reading performance after pseudoaccommodating IOLs. Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery 34(2): 177-8; Author Reply 178-9

Reading performance and central field loss. Hippokratia 15(2): 103-108

Reading performance and patient satisfaction after corneal inlay implantation for presbyopia correction: two-year follow-up. Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery 38(10): 1808-1816

Reading performance correlates with white-matter properties in preterm and term children. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 52(6): E94-100

Reading performance is enhanced by visual texture discrimination training in Chinese-speaking children with developmental dyslexia. Plos One 9(9): E108274-E108274

Reading performance is not affected by a prism induced increase of horizontal and vertical vergence demand. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8(): 431-431

Reading performance is predicted by more than phonological processing. Frontiers in Psychology 5: 960-960

Reading performance is reduced by parafoveal scotomas in patients with macular telangiectasia type 2. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 50(3): 1366-1370

Reading performance of monofocal pseudophakic patients with and without glasses under normal and dim light conditions. Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery 40(3): 369-375

Reading performance with different contrast characters in patients with central serous chorioretinopathy. Acta Ophthalmologica 90(7): E575-E577

Reading photographic portraits of Australian women cyclists in the 1890s: from costume and cycle choices to constructions of feminine identity. International Journal of the History of Sport 28(8-9): 1121-1137

Reading pixelized paragraphs of Chinese characters using simulated prosthetic vision. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 52(8): 5987-5994

Reading polymers: sequencing of natural and synthetic macromolecules. Angewandte Chemie 53(48): 13010-9

Reading polymorphemic Dutch compounds: toward a multiple route model of lexical processing. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance 35(3): 876-895

Reading portable radiographs: a call for honesty. Journal of the American College of Radiology 8(6): 378-379

Reading preterm infants' behavioral cues: an intervention study with parents of premature infants born <32 weeks. Early Human Development 83(7): 419-424

Reading proficiency and adaptability in orthographic processing: an examination of the effect of type of orthography read on brain activity in regular and dyslexic readers. Plos One 9(1): E86016-E86016

Reading proficiency modulates parafoveal processing efficiency: evidence from reading Chinese as a second language. Acta Psychologica 152: 29-33

Reading profiles for adults with low-literacy: Cluster analysis with power and speeded measures. Reading and Writing 22(8): 975-992

Reading program-Remedial, integrated, and innovative. Annals of Dyslexia 41(1): 119-127

Reading pulmonary vascular pressure tracings. How to handle the problems of zero leveling and respiratory swings. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 190(3): 252-257

Reading rehabilitation of individuals with AMD: relative effectiveness of training approaches. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 52(6): 2938-2944

Reading research reports: what can they reveal for practice?. Journal of Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing 37(3): 245-246

Reading reversals and lateral preferences in a group of intellectually subnormal boys. Journal of Educational Psychology 37(8): 487-501

Reading room electives: say goodbye to the "radi-holiday". Journal of the American College of Radiology 10(6): 442-448

Reading sadness beyond human faces. Brain Research 1348: 95-104

Reading salt activates gustatory brain regions: fMRI evidence for semantic grounding in a novel sensory modality. Cerebral Cortex 22(11): 2554-2563

Reading screening mammograms--attitudes among radiologists and radiographers about skill mix. European Journal of Radiology 80(3): E325-E330

Reading scripts that differ in orthographic transparency: a within-participant-and-language investigation of underlying skills. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 121: 12-27

Reading segments is not reading words: comment on Kawamoto et al. (2014). Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 68(3): 619-621

Reading self-concept and Arab-American students: a three-year study. Perceptual and Motor Skills 106(1): 270-274

Reading self-help literature in Russia: governmentality, psychology and subjectivity. British Journal of Sociology 65(1): 43-62

Reading sensations: understanding the process of distinguishing 'fine' from 'sick'. Transcultural Psychiatry 45(2): 198-229

Reading sequence-directed computational nucleosome maps. Journal of Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics 33(7): 1558-1566

Reading sheet music facilitates sensorimotor mu-desynchronization in musicians. Clinical Neurophysiology 122(7): 1342-1347

Reading single DNA with DNA polymerase followed by atomic force microscopy. Journal of the American Chemical Society 136(39): 13754-13760

Reading skill and structural brain development. Neuroreport 25(5): 347-352

Reading skill components and impairments in middle school struggling readers. Reading and Writing 26(7): 1059-1086

Reading skill in adult survivors of childhood brain tumor: a theory-based neurocognitive model. Neuropsychology 28(3): 448-458

Reading skill is related to individual differences in brain structure in college students. Human Brain Mapping 32(8): 1194-1205

Reading skills in children and adults with albinism: the role of visual impairment. Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus 49(3): 184-188

Reading skills in children diagnosed with hyperlexia: case reports. Codas 25(4): 391-395

Reading skills of Japanese second-graders. Pediatrics International 53(3): 309-314

Reading skills of students with speech sound disorders at three stages of literacy development. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools 44(4): 360-373

Reading space into numbers: a cross-linguistic comparison of the SNARC effect. Cognition 108(2): 590-599

Reading spaced and unspaced Chinese text: evidence from eye movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance 34(5): 1277-1287

Reading speed does not benefit from increased line spacing in AMD patients. Optometry and Vision Science 85(9): 827-833

Reading speed improvements in retinal vein occlusion after ranibizumab treatment. JAMA Ophthalmology 131(7): 851-856

Reading speed in the peripheral visual field of older adults: Does it benefit from perceptual learning?. Vision Research 50(9): 860-869

Reading speed, comprehension and eye movements while reading Japanese novels: evidence from untrained readers and cases of speed-reading trainees. Plos One 7(5): E36091-E36091

Reading spike timing without a clock: intrinsic decoding of spike trains. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences 369(1637): 20120467-20120467

Reading stories activates neural representations of visual and motor experiences. Psychological Science 20(8): 989-999

Reading strategies in Spanish developmental dyslexics. Annals of Dyslexia 62(2): 71-81

Reading strategies in Stargardt's disease with foveal sparing. Bmc Research Notes 3(): 15-15

Reading strategies in infantile nystagmus syndrome. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 52(11): 8156-8165

Reading strategies in mild to moderate strabismic amblyopia: an eye movement investigation. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 51(7): 3502-3508

Reading strategies of Chinese students with severe to profound hearing loss. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 18(3): 312-328

Reading text increases binocular disparity in dyslexic children. Plos One 6(11): E27105-E27105

Reading the 'natural book': notes towards a history of anatomical and surgical studies in Buenos Aires (1870-1895). Historia, Ciencias, Saude--Manguinhos 17(4): 885-908

Reading the Bible for guidance, comfort, and strength during stressful life events. Nursing Research 62(3): 178-184

Reading the British Journal of Dermatology. British Journal of Dermatology 169(4): 729-730

Reading the Freudian theory of sexual drives from a functional neuroimaging perspective. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8: 157-157

Reading the Future in Loma Prieta: October's earthquake was disastrous enough, but its successful forecast and the lessons of history suggest worse is in store, perhaps within the next decade. Science 246(4929): 436-439

Reading the Red Planet: at 10:31 p.m. Pacific time on August 5, NASA's Curiosity rover will begin the first direct search for habitable environments on Mars. Scientific American 307(1): 40-43

Reading the Road Signs: The Utility of the MMPI-2 Restructured Form Validity Scales in Prediction of Premature Termination. Assessment 22(3): 279-288

Reading the World through the Skin and Ears: A New Perspective on Sensory Substitution. Frontiers in Psychology 3: 457-457

Reading the abortion ruling. U.S. News & World Report 142(15): 36-36

Reading the bones. Science 342(6164): 1291-1291

Reading the book of Jim. The co-discoverer of the double helix is making his DNA public, pioneering the 'personal genome'. Newsweek 149(23): 48-50

Reading the clock: how Purkinje cells decode the phase of olivary oscillations. Neuron 62(3): 308-309

Reading the code of single RNA molecules. Angewandte Chemie 49(7): 1197-1199

Reading the complex skipper butterfly fauna of one tropical place. Plos One 6(8): E19874-E19874

Reading the evolutionary history of the woolly mammoth in its mitochondrial genome. Plos Biology 4(3): E74-E74

Reading the leaves: A comparison of leaf rank and automated areole measurement for quantifying aspects of leaf venation. Applications in Plant Sciences 2(8): -

Reading the look of love. Sexually dimorphic cues in opposite-sex faces influence gaze categorization. Psychological Science 21(6): 796-798

Reading the mind from brain activity. Rinsho Shinkeigaku 50(11): 821-821

Reading the mind in the infant eyes: paradoxical effects of oxytocin on neural activity and emotion recognition in watching pictures of infant faces. Brain Research 1580: 151-159

Reading the mind's eye: decoding category information during mental imagery. Neuroimage 50(2): 818-825

Reading the phase of a Raman excitation with a multi-state atomic interferometer. Optics Express 22(16): 19141-8

Reading the public mind. Harvard Business Review 88(10): 27-29

Reading the riot acts. Bmj 343: D7935-D7935

Reading the signs: occult metastatic cholangiocarcinoma detected by full-body screening in dermatomyositis. Anz Journal of Surgery 77(11): 1026-1027

Reading the small print - labelling recommendations for orthopaedic implants. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 91(8): 653-657

Reading the tea leaves for state legislatures. Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons 99(1): 24-26

Reading the tea leaves in an intelligent Coffee Corner: challenges for understanding behavior. Behavior Research Methods 41(3): 820-826

Reading the tea leaves of tumor-mediated immunosuppression. Clinical Cancer Research 19(5): 955-957

Reading their minds. Texas Medicine 110(2): 33-36

Reading through a noisy channel: why there's nothing special about the perception of orthography. Psychological Review 119(3): 517-545

Reading through premature stop codons with PTC1 24. Project Catalyst to find more Duchenne drugs. Interview by Guenter Scheuerbrandt. Acta Myologica 27: 63-68

Reading time data for evaluating broad-coverage models of English sentence processing. Behavior Research Methods 45(4): 1182-1190

Reading times and adaptive styles among patients diagnosed with psychosis as assessed by the Serial Color-Word Test. Perceptual and Motor Skills 114(1): 3-15

Reading times and the detection of event shift processing. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36(1): 210-216

Reading to children. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 48(4): 289-289

Reading to deaf children who sign: a response to Williams (2012) and suggestions for future research. American Annals of the Deaf 157(3): 307-319

Reading to keep up to date. Canadian Medical Association Journal 131(2): 95-96

Reading to learn: prereaders' and early readers' trust in text as a source of knowledge. Developmental Psychology 49(3): 505-513

Reading to students: increasing school nurse visibility in the classroom. Journal of School Nursing 24(5): 264-266

Reading too much into anal vector volumetric parameters: correspondence for "Anal vector volume analysis: an effective tool in the management of pelvic floor disorders" M. Grande, F. Cadeddu, P. Silveri, P. Ciano, G. M. Attinà, I. Selvaggio, G. Milito. Tech Coloproctol (2011) 15:31-37. Techniques in Coloproctology 15(4): 473-474

Reading too much into baboon skills?. Science 336(6085): 1100; Author Reply 1100, 1102-1100; Author Reply 1100, 1102

Reading training with threshold stimuli in people with central vision loss: a feasibility study. Optometry and Vision Science 91(1): 86-96

Reading trajectories of children with language difficulties from preschool through fifth grade. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools 39(4): 475-486

Reading transposed text: effects of transposed letter distance and consonant-vowel status on eye movements. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics 76(8): 2424-2440

Reading trees. Zootaxa: 297-300

Reading trust between the lines. "Housekeeping work" and inequality in human-subjects review. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 22(4): 391-399

Reading up on LOINC. Journal of Ahima 84(4): 58-60

Reading vintage news of 1909: change in prevalence of group B Streptococcus. Hong Kong Medical Journal 16(1): 75-76

Reading virtual slide using web viewers: results of subjective experience with three different solutions. Diagnostic Pathology 3 Suppl 1(): S23-S23

Reading visual braille with a retinal prosthesis. Frontiers in Neuroscience 6: 168-168

Reading vocabulary in children with and without hearing loss: the roles of task and word type. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 56(2): 654-666

Reading with Closed Eyes. British Journal of Ophthalmology 17(2): 103-104

Reading with a simulated 60-channel implant. Frontiers in Neuroscience 5: 57-57

Reading with filtered fixations: adult age differences in the effectiveness of low-level properties of text within central vision. Psychology and Aging 29(2): 229-235

Reading with low vision: the impact of research on clinical management. Clinical & Experimental Optometry 94(2): 121-132

Reading with peripheral vision: a comparison of reading dynamic scrolling and static text with a simulated central scotoma. Vision Research 98: 54-60

Reading with the rod visual system. Applied Optics 28(6): 1110-1114

Reading without the left ventral occipito-temporal cortex. Neuropsychologia 50(14): 3621-3635

Reading words and pseudowords in dyslexia: ERP and behavioural tests in English-speaking adolescents. International Journal of Psychophysiology 74(3): 199-208

Reading words with jumbled characters in Japanese. Perceptual and Motor Skills 112(3): 947-950

Reading words, seeing style: the neuropsychology of word, font and handwriting perception. Neuropsychologia 48(13): 3868-3877

Reading "Rights of Desire" and "Rights of Opacity" in J. M. Coetzee's Disgrace. Journal of Lesbian Studies 17(1): 72-86

Reading "sun" and looking up: the influence of language on saccadic eye movements in the vertical dimension. Plos One 8(2): E56872-E56872

Reading, arithmetic, and task orientation--how are they related?. Annals of Dyslexia 56(2): 361-377

Reading, evaluating and interpreting phenomenological research. Practising Midwife 14(5): 36, 38-9

Reading, studying and using the Hippocratic catalogues of recipes. Studies in Ancient Medicine 34: 225-258

Reading, writing and editing methylated lysines on histone tails: new insights from recent structural studies. Current Opinion in Structural Biology 20(6): 730-738

Reading, writing and systematic review. Journal of Advanced Nursing 64(1): 104-110

Reading, writing, and phonological processing skills of adolescents with 10 or more years of cochlear implant experience. Ear and Hearing 32(1 Suppl): 49s-59s

Reading, writing, and repair: the role of ubiquitin and the ubiquitin-like proteins in DNA damage signaling and repair. Frontiers in Genetics 4: 45-45

Reading, writing, and the whip. Literature and Medicine 27(2): 204-222

Reading, writing, and their disorders. Continuum 16(4 Behavioral Neurology): 59-68

Reading, writing, arithmetic ...And microbes?. Science 258(5086): 1299-1300

Reading, writing, redemption, Rwanda. Northwest Dentistry 92(1): 19-23

Reading, writing, working on a computer or watching television, and myopia. Klinika Oczna 112(10-12): 293-295

Reading-related habitual eye movements produce a directional anisotropy in the perception of speed and animacy. Perception 37(10): 1609-1611

Reading...between the lines. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 105(9): 343-344

Reading: it's one addiction that should be encouraged in our children. Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience 8(8): 37-38

ReadingMate: the effect of the content stabilizing technique, font size, and interline spacing on the letter-counting task performance of treadmill runners. Human Factors 55(6): 1101-1111