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The aim of this review is to present the current knowledge of the mechanisms underlying the vestibular compensation and demonstrating how the vestibular rehabilitation is conducted to help the recovery of balance function. Vestibular rehabilitation is based on improving the natural phenomenon called vestibular compensation that occurs after acute vestibular(More)
1 The key role of the individual in the venture start-up process is unquestioned. Yet, attempts to use individual-level variables to predict who will start a business have had limited success. The cognitive literature shows promise in this regard. However, most research strategies emerging from it rely on retrospective accounts from successful founders.(More)
The increasing interest in Rift Valley fever virus (RVFV) and its potential impact on naive animal populations deserve revisiting experimental reproduction of RVFV infection, particularly in those animal breeds for which no data about their susceptibility to RVFV infection have ever been recorded. In this study we show the susceptibility of 9-10 weeks old(More)
This Dissertation is brought to you for free and open access by the Theses and Dissertations at Loyola eCommons. It has been accepted for inclusion in Dissertations by an authorized administrator of Loyola eCommons. For more information, please contact ecommons@luc.edu. Bay, Wisconsin, where she completed her elementary and secondary education Sister wrote(More)
where he has been based for over 20 years. Born in Ireland, he grew up in Nova Scotia and did two degrees at Acadia University before going to England and completing a PhD at Liverpool University in 1978 under the supervision of George Russell. He subsequently spent 6 years as a Columbia. His primary interests are in the biology of seaweeds and marine(More)
There is evidence that a number of psychiatric disorders, particularly depression and schizophrenia, are frequently associated with lateralized disturbances of brain function, or alterations in nonnal patterns of lateralized function. It is also known that many such disturbances, especially in schizophrenia, involve central dopamine (DA) systems. Several(More)
A recent literature has fomented considerable interest in multi-dimensional measurement of wellbeing and deprivation. However, increasing the number of dimensions over which various aspects of wellbeing are measured raises concerns regarding the robustness of such measures, the extent to which they relate to individual and societal preferences, and their(More)