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Isolated transient alexia. A migrainous accompaniment.
Alexia as a transient or paroxysmal neurologic event is a rare clinical finding. John Hughlings Jackson made reference to the paroxysmal occurrence of "word blindness" as a temporary sequela of… Expand
Mass Incarceration, Ex-Felon Discrimination, & Black Labor Market Disadvantage
- J. D. Segall
- 22 January 2010
This Article considers the impact of labor market discrimination against ex-felons on both the life chances of individual criminal defendants and the systemically unequal American labor market as a… Expand
Beyond Roe: Changes to the Supreme Court and Implications for Reproductive Health
The State of Constitutional Law and Health Care after the Supreme Court Decision: A Panel SeriesPPACA and the Supreme Court Different Perspectives
The Implication of Burwell v Hobby Lobby: Three Perspectives
A Hazard of New Fortunes: State Sentencing Reform in the United States, 1975 -2000
- J. D. Segall
- Political Science
- 8 September 2010
The law and sociology literature has extensively examined the stages of legal reform: the construction of a social problem, the creation of a new legal innovation to address the problem, and the… Expand
Mental confusion in the elderly.
Etiologies of confusion are discussed, including vascular, infectious, toxic-metabolic, tumorous, convulsive, and vitaminologic. Other diverse conditions are reviewed, including normal-pressure… Expand