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Type D personality and hemodynamic reactivity to laboratory stress in women
Abstract The Type D personality (identified by high levels of both negative affectivity and social inhibition) has been associated with negative health consequences in cardiac patients. However, few studies have explored ...
Too cool for school? Musicians as partners in education (Pre-published version)
(Taylor & Francis [Routledge], 2010)
From dolls to demons: exploring categorisations of the female figure in Gothic literature through a selection of nineteenth and twentieth century texts
(Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, 2014)
This thesis will examine various representations of female agency and identity in both classic and contemporary selected Gothic texts. It will use feminist, psychoanalytic and selected aspects of literary theory in order ...
„Alle Qual vom Herzen schreiben“: Performative Ästhetik von Lust und Schmerz in Margarete Böhmes Tagebuch einer Verlorenen (1905) und Dida Ibsens Geschichte (1907) in Text und Film
Lust und Schmerz spielen in Margarete Böhmes Erfolgsroman Tagebuch einer Verlorenen sowie in seiner ‚Fortsetzung‘ Dida Ibsens Geschichte. Ein Finale zum „Tagebuch einer Verlorenen” als Lebenserfahrungen der Protagonistinnen ...
Die blinde Göttin - Nachwort
(Wallstein Verlag, 2015)
Ernst Toller schrieb 1931/32 das Hörspiel Indizien, das als Vorläufer des Justizdramas Die blinde Göttin gelten muss. Ein erstes Bühnenmanuskript für das Theaterstück Die blinde Göttin erschien 1932 bei Kiepenheuer in ...
‘Sunk past its gleam in the meal bin’: the kitchen as source in the poetry of Seamus Heaney (Pre-print version)
(Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 2018)
This article will examine the use of food, and especially food as cooked in a kitchen, as a symbolic trope in the writing of Seamus Heaney. It will address the kitchen as a locus amoenis of comfort, warmth and positivity ...
Surname formation in Ireland: Discussion, debates and DNA
(SNSBI [Society for Name Studies in Britain and Ireland], 2013)
Content and Language Integrated Learning in Italian upper secondary schools – A Case Study
The term ‘Content and Language Integrated Learning’ (CLIL) was coined in the mid-1990’s to describe and enhance practices in content-based language learning (Coyle, Hood, & Marsh, 2010). The rapid integration of Europe ...
Investigating higher education seminar talk
In this paper, we consider how a combined corpus linguistics and conversation analysis methodology can reveal new insights into the relationship between interaction patterns, language use, and learning. The context of ...
Benefit of social support for resilience-building is contingent on social context: Examining cardiovascular adaptation to recurrent stress in women
(Taylor and Francis, 2012)
Abstract Previous work on social support and stress tolerance using laboratory-based cardiovascular stress response paradigms has suggested that perceived social support may be effective in building resilience in ...