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The influence of stimulants on truck driver culpability in fatal collisions
Given the monotony and extended driving periods inherent in transport truck driving, truck drivers might rely on stimulants to sustain attention and combat fatigue. Research indicates stimulants improve some cognitive ...
The relationship of gambling to health, social functioning, and life satisfaction in older adults
The health, social functioning, and life satisfaction of older adults, age 50 and older were explored across levels of gambling activity as measured by the National Opinion Research Centre DSM Screen for Gambling Problems ...
A longitudinal evaluation of an on-reserve methadone maintenance therapy program
Canada’s First Nations population experiences elevated rates of opioid use and negative opioid-related consequences. These rates stem from the long history of colonization that First Nations populations have faced, which ...
Emotion regulation mediates the association between HRV reactivity and relationship success
Two hundred single post-secondary students participated in a longitudinal study including online, laboratory, and speed dating components. This methodology was used to examine the link between romantic relationship ...
HRV reactivity and new romance: cause or consequence?
This study explored two competing hypotheses explaining the association of heart rate variability (HRV) and romantic relationships. HRV refers to the variation between successive heartbeats and is considered to be a ...