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    • New optical super-resolution imaging approaches involving DNA nanotechnology 

      Lutz, T (University of Exeter Physics, 12 August 2019)
      With recent advances in optical super-resolution microscopy, biological structures can be imaged with single-nanometre resolution using visible light. One implementation thereof, DNA-PAINT (Point Accumulation for Imaging ...
    • Transpersonal Gratitude: Nature, Expressions and Links 

      Artinian, T (University of Exeter Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology, 5 August 2019)
      The concept of gratitude has always been a topic of interest for philosophers and theologians, and more recently for psychologists, in terms of its role in social harmony and its implications in a morally good life. This ...
    • Bayesian Hierarchical Modelling Frameworks for Flawed Data in Environment and Health 

      Stoner, O (University of Exeter Mathematics, 5 August 2019)
      In the fields of environment and health, available data is usually not a perfect representation of the quantity we are interested in, such as the number of people contracting a disease or the number of environmental hazards ...
    • Goal Flexibility as a Predictor of Depression, Rumination and Homesickness in Students 

      Bachu, M (University of Exeter Life and Environmental Science, 5 August 2019)
      Objective: Theoretical and empirical evidence in the field of self-regulation and goal adjustment posits that being able to disengage from goals that are no longer attainable and reengage with new ones is related to improved ...
    • Exploring Educational Psychologists' Views and Experiences of Coaching 

      Fanshawe, S (University of Exeter Graduate School of Education, 5 August 2019)
      Coaching psychology is an emerging sub-discipline of the practice of coaching and represents a unique approach to practice in educational psychology. To date, there has been little research into the use of coaching in this ...