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Brain activation during working memory 1 month after mild traumatic brain injury
Objective: To assess patterns of regional brain activation in response to varying working memory loads shortly after mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI). Background: Many individuals complain ofExpand
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Nonpartisan Political Redistricting by Computer
OR volunteers developed a compart ness measure and a "warehouse-location" heuristic to draw nonpartisan, Constitutional political districts. The heuristic maps compact and contiguous districts ofExpand
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Exploring the Social and Sexual "Reality" of Contemporary Pornography
What are the social roles assumed by men and women in contemporary sexually explicit movies, and in what contexts are their actions portrayed? Perhaps more important, have the predominant themes ofExpand
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Exploring the links between personality and media preferences
Abstract Personality characteristics (extraversion, neuroticism, and psychoticism) and media preferences (prime-time television programs, contemporary movies, and popular music) were assessed for 119Expand
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The Listening Styles Profile (LSP-16): Development and Validation of an Instrument to Assess Four Listening Styles
Abstract The Listening Styles Profile (LSP-16) is a sixteen-item inventory designed to assess four distinct approaches—labeled people-, action-, content-, and time-oriented styles—to receivingExpand
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Intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy: prevalence and ethnic distribution.
We undertook a retrospective analysis of the prevalence of obstetric cholestasis in the population of the South Birmingham area in the various ethnic subgroups. A diagnosis of intrahepaticExpand
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Social Media Engagement and Public Health Communication: Implications for Public Health Organizations Being Truly “Social”
Social media are designed to be engaging, but often are used as a mechanism by public health organizations and practitioners for mass information dissemination rather than engaging audiences in trueExpand
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Health information-seeking behaviors, health indicators, and health risks.
OBJECTIVES We examined how different types of health information-seeking behaviors (HISBs)-no use, illness information only, wellness information only, and illness and wellness informationExpand
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Neuroanatomic substrates of semantic memory impairment in Alzheimer's disease: patterns of functional MRI activation.
Impairment in semantic processing occurs early in Alzheimer's disease (AD) and differential impact on subtypes of semantic relations have been reported, yet there is little data on the neuroanatomicExpand
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