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Neuroimaging shows brain-functional differences due to apolipoprotein E (APOE) polymorphisms may exist decades before the increased risk period for Alzheimer's disease, but little is known about their effect on cognition and brain function in children and young adults. This study assessed 415 healthy epsilon2 and epsilon4 carriers and matched(More)
Efforts to identify genetic factors that confer an increased risk for the expression of psychiatric symptoms have focused on polymorphisms in variety of candidate genes, including the catechol-O-methyltransferase (COMT) gene. Results from previous studies that have examined associations between the functional COMT polymorphism (Val158Met) and mental health(More)
Treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) with anti-glutamate agents has had some success, but the search continues for more effective glutamate blockers. Magnesium (Mg) ions inhibit the opening of some glutamate receptors, so we increased dietary Mg in a mouse model of ALS in an attempt to modify the course of the disease. From the age of 6 weeks,(More)
  • Tiffany Neal, Naomi Swiezy, Anne Fletcher, Megan Stevenson, Iryna Ashby, Horner +3 others
  • 2013
and sustainability of the demonstration classroom requires a joint effort of both the implementation team and the recipient team, as well as the development of a program that is founded on EBPs and sensitive to the need for individualization and adaptations driven by needs. The HANDS in Autism® Model has proven to be a comprehensive training model and(More)
OBJECTIVE In response to the identified need for up-skilling in psychiatry for rural and remote general practitioners, a series of workshops has been designed and delivered to medical and nursing staff in South Australia. In this paper one such workshop is described, dealing with acute psychiatric care. Quantitative and qualitative evaluations of the(More)
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