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31 Open Access Articles
International Journal of Accounting Research
Fraud Examination of Enron Corp
Special Issue Article  Int J Account Res 2016, S1-007
Keywords:  Fraudulent |  Enron | 
doi: 10.4172/2472-114X.S1-007

Payal Chadha

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Journal of Forensic Psychology
Can We Measure Sexual Interest in Pedophiles Using a Sexual Distractor Task?
Research Article  J Foren Psy 2016, 1:109
Keywords: Pedophilia |  Sexual interest |  Attention |  Eye movements |  Cognitive load | 
doi: 10.4172/JFPY.1000109

Kirsten Jordan, Peter Fromberger, Jakob von Herder, Henrike Steinkrauss, Rebekka Nemetschek, Joachim Witzel and Jurgen L Müller

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Biosensors Journal
A New Pico-Litre Fluid Dispensing Technology for New Possibilities
Commentary  Biosens J 2016, 5: 139
Keywords: PicoLitre |  Dispensing |  Technology | 
doi: 10.4172/2090-4967.1000139

Gabriel Leen

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Journal of Mass Communication & Journalism
What's real about reality television?
Research Article  J Mass Communicat Journalism 2016 6 ; 308
Keywords: Reality television |  Social media |  Twitter |  Facebook |  Mass media |  Case study | 
doi: 10.4172/2165-7912.1000308

Scott J. Weiland*, Kaitlyn Dunbar

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