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The authors review the theory of romantic, or pair-bond, attachment as it was originally formulated by C. Hazan and P. R. Shaver in 1987 and describe how it has evolved over more than a decade. In addition, they discuss 5 issues related to the theory that need further clarification: (a) the nature of attachment relationships, (b) the evolution and function(More)
OBJECTIVE Gastrointestinal symptoms are a common feature in children with autism, drawing attention to a potential association with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. However, studies to date regarding the immune response to gluten in autism and its association with celiac disease have been inconsistent. The aim of this study was to assess immune(More)
BACKGROUND Intensive task-oriented training such as constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT) is thought to engage motor learning and decision-making processes, including anticipatory action planning. OBJECTIVE To identify the effects of CIMT on anticipatory hand posture selection and movement time for task-specific reach-to-grasp performance. METHODS(More)
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