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The role of co-regulation of stress in the relationship between perceived partner responsiveness and binge eating: A dyadic analysis Authors:
Publisher and Date:(International Union of Psychological Science, 2020)The main aim of this study is to investigate whether there are relationships between perceived partner responsiveness (PPR), co-regulation of negative affect between romantic partners and binge eating. Data were collected from 148 opposite-sex romantic partners (18-61 years old) with the mean relationship duration being 8.04 years. Dyadic data were analysed through the actor-partner interdependence model framework. We proposed a model where co-regulation between partners has indirect effects on ...
Facial autologous soft-tissue contouring by adjunction of tissue cocktail injection (micrograft and minigraft mixture of dermis, fascia, and fat) Authors:
Publisher and Date:(2000)Facial aging is both a physiologic and anatomic process characterized by changes in the skin and supporting tissues. The aging process produces an outer envelope that gradually expands while its contents gradually involute and the underlying structure weakens. This process results in an excess of skin that tends to create folds, grooves, and deepening furrows. Contour augmentation and filling depressions with autologous tissue or heterogeneous materials are widely used in face rejuvenation as an ...
[The effects of phase II cardiac rehabilitation programme on patients undergone coronary bypass surgery] Authors:
Publisher and Date:(2005)Objective: To investigate the effects of phase II cardiac rehabilitation in 52 patients undergone coronary artery bypass surgery. Methods: Gradual walking tests, cardio-pulmonary capacity tests and lipid profile were administered to patients selected for phase II cardiac rehabilitation before and after the programme. Training was started on 12-channel electrocardiogram controlled running bands 3 times a week for 20 min periods for 12 weeks fitting the programme. Low or intermediate level exercise ...
Publisher and Date:(2002)People tend to prefer noninvasive or minimally invasive methods of facial rejuvenation, especially when it involves their face, which is the hallmark of a person's identity and impossible to hide. It is widely known that brow ptosis gives the face a "tired look" and also accentuates deformities of the upper eyelid. Most people who are interested in facial rejuvenation may not accept even a minor surgery, such as an endoscopic surgery. The senior author has developed a minimally invasive method of ...