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Jun 07 2013

Free Handpicked Articles from The Journal of Risk and Uncertainty

The Journal of Risk and Uncertainty contains original manuscripts, both theoretical and empirical, dealing with the analysis of risk-bearing behavior and decision making under uncertainty. The topics covered in the journal include, but are not limited to, decision theory and the economics of uncertainty, psychological models of choice under uncertainty, risk and public policy, experimental investigations of behavior under uncertainty, and empirical studies of real world risk-taking behavior.

2011 Impact Factor: 1.529

You can download and save these articles to your computer, iPad or mobile device with 30-day complimentary access:

HKUL can also access this journal via http://library.hku.hk/record=b2069757

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Jun 07 2013

Handpicked articles from Psychology of Well-Being

Psychology of Well-Being is devoted to understanding the biopsychosocial and behavioural factors leading to enhanced well-being, optimal emotional processing and the prevention of psychological dysfunction.

All articles are peer-reviewed and fully open access. You can download and save these articles to your computer, iPad or mobile device:

HKUL users can continue to access this journal via http://library.hku.hk/record=b4723244

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Jun 07 2013

Free access to the latest Social Work Research

  • Health & Social Care Arena
  • You can access our health and social care resources through the Health & Social Care Arena. The latest Special Issues, free content, promotions, call for papers, books, journals and events are all in one place saving you time and making it easy for you to stay ahead of the field. Forthcoming themes include; Occupational Therapy; Addiction and Sleep.

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Jun 07 2013

Latest Resources from Migration Informatio​n Source

Feature
Counting the Uncountable: Overseas Americans
The immigration debate in the United States often focuses on how many foreign born enter and reside in the country. Much less attention is paid to Americans who live abroad — a population estimated at anywhere from 2 million to 7 million. This article examines the challenges of enumerating this population and also explores top destinations for American expats, their livelihoods, and motivations for leaving the United States.

[Source: Migration Information Source]

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