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Independent evaluation of ARMED service: final report. (2021)
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COOPER, K., FULFORD, H., SWINTON, P., COOPER, R., KYAW MYINT, P., BURNETT, V., HARRISON, I., MOSS, R. and PARKINSON, E. 2021. Independent evaluation of ARMED service: final report. Glasgow: Digital Health and Care Innovation Centre. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://rgu-repository.worktribe.com/output/1481937

ARMED (HAS Technology, Lichfield, UK) is a falls prevention technology that combines a wrist-worn activity tracker with predictive analytics and machine learning to enable early intervention. Data from the tracker is augmented by weekly grip strength... Read More about Independent evaluation of ARMED service: final report..

Mental health and wellbeing of postgraduate researchers: exploring the relationship between mental health literacy, help-seeking behaviour, psychological distress, and wellbeing. (2021)
Journal Article
MOSS, R., GORCZYNSKI, P., SIMS-SCHOUTEN, W., HEARD-LAUREOTE, K. and CREATON, J. [2021]. Mental health and wellbeing of postgraduate researchers: exploring the relationship between mental health literacy, help-seeking behaviour, psychological distress, and wellbeing. Higher education research and development [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2021.1906210

Studies of Postgraduate Researchers (PGRs) have highlighted that the population may be at risk of developing symptoms of common mental health problems. Early intervention and preventative measures may reduce this risk, such as improving mental health... Read More about Mental health and wellbeing of postgraduate researchers: exploring the relationship between mental health literacy, help-seeking behaviour, psychological distress, and wellbeing..

Mitigating dilemmas in postgraduate researcher mental health and well-being project implementation: critical reflections from three former implementers. (2021)
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VALEIX, S., MOSS, R. and MORRIS, C. 2021. Mitigating dilemmas in postgraduate researcher mental health and well-being project implementation: critical reflections from three former implementers. Studies in graduate and postdoctoral education [online], 12(1): mental health and wellbeing in postgraduate research, pages 58-72. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/SGPE-08-2020-0058

Purpose: This paper aims to present the critical reflections of three women implementers formerly working in projects that seek to support the mental health and well-being (MHW) of postgraduate researchers (PGRs), which has become a recent focus for... Read More about Mitigating dilemmas in postgraduate researcher mental health and well-being project implementation: critical reflections from three former implementers..

The impact of target frequency on intra-individual variability in euthymic bipolar disorder: a comparison of two sustained attention tasks. (2016)
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MOSS, R.A., FINKELMEYER, A., ROBINSON, L.J., THOMPSON, J.M., WATSON, S., FERRIER, I.N. and GALLAGHER, P. 2016. The impact of target frequency on intra-individual variability in euthymic bipolar disorder: a comparison of two sustained attention tasks. Frontiers in psychiatry [online], 7, article 106. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2016.00106

Greater intra-individual variability (IIV) in reaction time (RT) on a sustained attention task has been reported in patients with bipolar disorder (BD) compared with healthy controls. However, it is unclear whether IIV is task specific, or whether it... Read More about The impact of target frequency on intra-individual variability in euthymic bipolar disorder: a comparison of two sustained attention tasks..

Altered hippocampal function in major depression despite intact structure and resting perfusion. (2016)
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FINKELMEYER, A., NILSSON, J., HE, J., STEVENS, L., MALLER, J.J., MOSS, R.A., SMALL, S., GALLAGHER, P., COVENTRY, K., FERRIER, I.N. and MCALLISTER-WILLIAMS, R.H. 2016. Altered hippocampal function in major depression despite intact structure and resting perfusion. Psychological medicine [online], 46(10), pages 2157-2168. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0033291716000702

Background: Hippocampal volume reductions in major depression have been frequently reported. However, evidence for functional abnormalities in the same region in depression has been less clear. We investigated hippocampal function in depression using... Read More about Altered hippocampal function in major depression despite intact structure and resting perfusion..