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  • "Calvin and the Bible" edited by Donald K. McKim 

    Cranfield, Mary M. (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2009-12-01) - Book review
    Review of Donald K. McKim (ed.), Calvin and the Bible (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006)
  • Calvin in Scotland 

    Fergusson, David (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2010-12-01) - Journal article
    Although Scottish Calvinism has had a very negative press of late, this paper finds much that came out of the Reformation that was positive or progressive. David Fergusson evaluates Calvin’s influence on Scotland by ...
  • "Calvin" by Bruce Gordon 

    Kato, Yoshi (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2009-12-01) - Book review
    Review of Bruce Gordon, Calvin (New Haven, Conn.; London: Yale University Press, 2009)
  • "Calvin, participation, and the gift: the activity of believers in union with Christ" by J. Todd Billings 

    Canlis, Julie (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2009-12-01) - Book review
    Review of J. Todd Billings, Calvin, Participation, and the Gift: The Activity of Believers in Union with Christ (Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2007)
  • "Calvin: a brief guide to his life and thought" by Willem van't Spijker; "Calvin: a guide for the perplexed" by Paul Helm 

    Wardley, Jason (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2009-12-01) - Book review
    Reviews of Willem van't Spijker, Calvin: A Brief Guide to His Life and Thought (trans. Lyle D. Bierma; Louisville, Ky.: Westminster John Knox Press, 2009); Paul Helm, Calvin: A Guide for the Perplexed (London: T&T ...
  • Calving rates at tidewater glaciers vary strongly with ocean temperature 

    Luckman, A.; Benn, Doug I; Cottier, F.; Bevan, S.; Nilsen, F.; Inall, M. (2015-10-09) - Journal article
    Rates of ice mass loss at the calving margins of tidewater glaciers (frontal ablation rates) are a key uncertainty in sea level rise projections. Measurements are difficult because mass lost is replaced by ice flow at ...
  • Calvinism and the arts 

    Hardman Moore, Susan (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2009-12-01) - Journal article
    Susan Hardman Moore's article is a study of the wider impact of Calvin's theological approach to signs and signifieds, i.e., his steady insistence on words and the Word. In this paper, she draws our attention to the nature ...
  • Cambinol, a novel inhibitor of neutral sphingomyelinase 2 shows neuroprotective properties 

    Figuera-Losada, Mariana; Stathis, Marigo; Dorskind, Joelle M.; Thomas, Ajit G.; Bandaru, Veera Venkata Ratnam; Yoo, Seung-Wan; Westwood, Nicholas James; Rogers, Graeme Wayne; McArthur, Justin C.; Haughey, Norman J.; Slusher, Barbara S.; Rojas, Camilo (2015-05-26) - Journal article
    Ceramide is a bioactive lipid that plays an important role in stress responses leading to apoptosis, cell growth arrest and differentiation. Ceramide production is due in part to sphingomyelin hydrolysis by sphingomyelinases. ...
  • Camera-related behaviours of female dental nurses and nursery school children during fluoride varnish application interactions in nursery school settings 

    Zhou, Yuefang; Forbes, Gillian Mackenzie; Humphris, Gerald Michael (2010-09) - Journal article
    Objective. To investigate camera awareness of female dental nurses and nursery school children as the frequency of camera-related behaviours observed during fluoride varnish applications in a community based health programme. ...
  • Campbell's monkeys use affixation to alter call meaning 

    Ouattara, Karim; Lemasson, Alban; Zuberbuehler, Klaus (2009-11-12) - Journal article
    Human language has evolved on a biological substrate with phylogenetic roots deep in the primate lineage. Here, we describe a functional analogy to a common morphological process in human speech, affixation, in the alarm ...
  • Can a gray seal (Halichoerus grypus) generalize call classes? 

    Stansbury, Amanda; de Freitas, Mafalda; Wu, Gi-Mick; Janik, Vincent M. (2015-11) - Journal article
    Past researchers have found that gray seals (Halichoerus grypus) are capable of classifying vocal signals by call type using a trained set, but were unable to generalize to novel exemplars (Shapiro, Slater, & Janik, 2004). ...
  • Can a person prepare to become a Christian? A Kierkegaardian response 

    Torrance, Andrew Bartholomew (2016-07-27) - Journal article
    Is it possible to prepare oneself to become a Christian? For Kierkegaard, there is no straightforward answer to this question, especially since such a transition depends upon a divine activity that is outside the realm of ...
  • Can Anti-Müllerian hormone predict the diagnosis of polycystic ovary syndrome? : A systematic review and meta-analysis of extracted data 

    Iliodromiti, Stamatina; Kelsey, Tom; Anderson, Richard; Nelson, Scott (2013-08) - Journal article
    Context: Existing biochemical tests for polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) have poor sensitivity and specificity. Many women with PCOS have high anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) concentrations; thus, this may be a useful addition ...
  • Can automated imaging for optic disc and retinal nerve fiber layer analysis aid glaucoma detection? 

    Banister, Katie; Boachie, Charles; Bourne, Rupert; Cook, Jonathan; Burr, Jennifer M.; Ramsay, Craig; Garway-Heath, David; Gray, Joanne; McMeekin, Peter; Hernández, Rodolfo; Azuara-Blanco, Augusto (2016-05) - Journal article
    Purpose: To compare the diagnostic performance of automated imaging for glaucoma. Design: Prospective, direct comparison study. Participants: Adults with suspected glaucoma or ocular hypertension referred to hospital eye ...
  • Can dietary intake influence perception of and measured appearance? A systematic review : dietary intake and appearance 

    Pezdirc, Kristine; Hutchesson, Melinda; Whitehead, Ross David; Ozakinci, Gozde; Perrett, David Ian; Collins, Clare (2015-03) - Journal item
    Appearance-based interventions have had some success in reducing smoking and sun exposure. Appearance may also motivate dietary behavior change if it was established that dietary improvement had a positive impact on ...
  • Can macrophyte harvesting from eutrophic water close the loop on nutrient loss from agricultural land? 

    Quilliam, R.S.; van Niekerk, M.A.; Chadwick, D.R.; Cross, P.; Hanley, N.; Jones, D.L.; Vinten, A.J.A.; Willby, N.; Oliver, D.M. (2015-04-01) - Journal article
    Eutrophication is a major water pollution issue and can lead to excessive growth of aquatic plant biomass (APB). However, the assimilation of nutrients into APB provides a significant target for their recovery and reuse, ...
  • Can methods applied in medicine be used to summarize and disseminate conservation research? 

    Fazey, Ioan Raymond Albert; Salisbury, J G; Lindenmayer, D B; Maindonald, J; Douglas, R (2004-09) - Journal article
    To ensure that the best scientific evidence is available to guide conservation action, effective mechanisms for communicating the results of research are necessary. In medicine, an evidence-based approach assists doctors ...
  • Can people experience post-traumatic growth after committing violent acts? 

    Blackie, Laura E R; Roepke, Ann Marie; Hitchcott, Nicki; Joseph, Stephen (2016-08-29) - Journal article
    The concept of post-traumatic growth refers to the positive psychological changes that some people experience as a result of their struggle with highly stressful and often traumatic circumstances. Research into post-traumatic ...
  • Can Punishment Bring Peace? Penal Substitution Revisited 

    Holmes, Stephen Ralph (2005-02) - Journal article
  • Can reassurance hurt? 

    Zhou, Yuefang; Humphris, Gerald Michael (2014-11) - Journal article
    Can you remember how many times your dentist has reassured you, for example, during an anaesthetic injection? Do you suspect that the phrase from the dentist ‘It won’t hurt’ only serves as a warning that it is going to be ...