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Welcome to Repository@Nottingham

The Repository@Nottingham is intended to be an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the university. Whenever possible, refereed documents accepted for publication, or finished artistic compositions presented in public, will be made available here in full digital format, and hyperlinks to standard published versions will be provided.



Latest Research Outputs

Comparative inspiration: from puzzles with pigeons to novel discoveries with humans in risky choice (2018)
Journal Article
Madan, C., Ludvig, E., & Spetch, M. (in press). Comparative inspiration: from puzzles with pigeons to novel discoveries with humans in risky choice. Behavioural Processes,

Both humans and non-human animals regularly encounter decisions involving risk and uncertainty. This paper provides an overview of our research program examining risky decisions in which the odds and outcomes are learned through experience in people... Read More

Full-scale investigations into installation damage of nonwoven geotextiles (2018)
Journal Article
Sardehaei, E. A., Mehrjardi, G. T., & Dawson, A. (in press). Full-scale investigations into installation damage of nonwoven geotextiles. 00 Journal not listed,

Due to the importance of soil reinforcement using geotextiles in geotechnical engineering, study and investigation into long-term performance, design life and survivability of geotextiles, especially due to installation damage are necessary and will... Read More

Focus group or individual interviews for exploring children's health behaviour: the example of physical activity (2018)
Journal Article
Woolley, K., Edwards, K. L., & Glazebrook, C. (2018). Focus group or individual interviews for exploring children's health behaviour: the example of physical activity. Advances in Pediatric Research, 5(2), 1-10. doi:10.24105/apr.2018.5.11

Background: Children's health behaviours affect their current and future health. An appreciation of children’s perceptions regarding these behaviours can inform health promotion initiatives. Focus groups and individual interviews have increasingly be... Read More