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Competency Based Psychiatry Training: Is It A Reality Or Fantasy In India?, Vikas Garg, Nagesh Pai Jan 2013

Competency Based Psychiatry Training: Is It A Reality Or Fantasy In India?, Vikas Garg, Nagesh Pai

Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health - Papers: part A

Abstract of a paper presented at the 65th Annual National Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society, Bangalor, 10-13 Jan, 2013.


Is The Consideration Of Better And Worse Alternatives To Reality Advantageous To Mood After A Positive Outcome?, Rebecca Zuchetti, Amy Y.C. Chan Jan 2009

Is The Consideration Of Better And Worse Alternatives To Reality Advantageous To Mood After A Positive Outcome?, Rebecca Zuchetti, Amy Y.C. Chan

Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences - Papers (Archive)

Counterfactual thinking involves reflecting on how a given outcome may have been different. Such thoughts are centred on how the outcome could have been better (upward counterfactuals) or worse (downward counterfactuals), with most previous research focusing on a specified direction of these thoughts in response to a negative outcome. The current research explored how considering either one or both directions of counterfactuals after a positive outcome in an anagram task may be related to changes in affect and subsequent task performance. Undergraduate psychology students (N = 86) either imagined only better or worse counterfactual alternatives in response to their anagram task ...


An Archaeology Of Historical Reality?: A Case Study Of The Recent Past, Alistair Paterson, Nicholas Gill, M.J. Kennedy Jan 2003

An Archaeology Of Historical Reality?: A Case Study Of The Recent Past, Alistair Paterson, Nicholas Gill, M.J. Kennedy

Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health - Papers: part A

An Aboriginal elder, an archaeologist and a geographer report on an interdisciplinary project about colonial-era settlement in the Murchison and Davenport ranges in the Northern Territory. Oral history, physical evidence and historical records reveal a distinct central Australian cultural landscape and show that archaeology can do more than merely exhume material to support historical 'realities'. This project provides new or improved understandings of (1) colonial technology in pastoral ventures, (2) continuity and change in Aboriginal life following European arrival, (3) social behaviour in colonial settings, and (4) alternatives to Eurocentric Australian histories.