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Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by researchers within the School of Psychological Sciences & Health, including those based in Psychology.

Research at Psychology includes those working within cognition, better understanding neurological and neurodegenerative conditions (e.g. stroke, Alzheimer's disease), or mental health problems (e.g. anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation). Researchers incorporate a wide range of techniques in their investigations, including digital paradigms, surveys, electroencephalography (EEG), neuroimaging techniques (e.g., functional/structural magnetic resonance imaging), eye-tracking technologies, brain stimulation (using transcranial direct current stimulation) and motion capture.

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2021

Bast, Livia K. and Klockars, Konrad W. and Greca, Luiz G. and Rojas, Orlando J. and Tardy, Blaise L. and Bruns, Nico (2021) Infiltration of proteins in cholesteric cellulose structures. Biomacromolecules, 22 (5). pp. 2067-2080. ISSN 1525-7797

2020

Boonpavanitchakul, Kanittha and Bast, Livia K. and Bruns, Nico and Magaraphan, Rattanawan (2020) Silk sericin-polylactide protein-polymer conjugates as biodegradable amphiphilic material and its application in drug release systems. Bioconjugate Chemistry, 31 (10). pp. 2312-2324.

2018

Nultsch, Kira and Bast, Livia K. and Näf, Muriel and Yakhlifi, Salima El and Bruns, Nico and Germershaus, Oliver (2018) Effects of silk degumming process on physicochemical, tensile, and optical properties of regenerated silk fibroin. Macromolecular Materials and Engineering, 303 (12). 1800408. ISSN 1439-2054

Rifaie-Graham, Omar and Apebende, Edward A. and Bast, Livia K. and Bruns, Nico (2018) Self-reporting fiber-reinforced composites that mimic the ability of biological materials to sense and report damage. Advanced Materials, 30 (19). 1705483. ISSN 0935-9648

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