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  • 1.   Model of problematic internet use in people with a sexual interest in children

    This study describes a project which has generated a model of offending behavior that emphasizes the role of cognitions in both the etiology, engagement with and problematic use of the Internet for those with a sexual interest in children

    Cyberpsychol Behav, Vol: 6 Page: 93-106 February 2003
    E. Quayle; M. Taylor

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  • 2.   Patients' attitudes to co-payments for general practitioner services: do they reflect the prevailing system?

    The aim of the study was to examine the views of patients who are used to a service that is free at the point of delivery with those who are used to a system where 70% of patients pay for consultations

    J Health Serv Res Policy, Vol: 12 Page: 197-201 October 2007
    D. O'Reilly; C. O'Neill; T. O'Dowd; K. Galway; A. Gilliland; A. Kelly; A. Murphy; E. Shryane; K. Steele; G. Bury

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