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Mass Shootings and Mental Health Policy
Research suggests that mass shootings can increase mental health stigma, reinforce stereotypes that people with mental illness are violent, and influence public policy. This article examines mentalExpand
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Riot Grrrl: Revolutions from within
Les AA. portent leur attention sur un mouvement musical qui s'est developpe a Washington a partir de 1991 : le « Riot Grrrl » qui s'efforce de promouvoir le punk rock feminin aux Etats-Unis. EllesExpand
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“Early to bed, early to rise”: Diffusion tensor imaging identifies chronotype-specificity
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We used Diffusion Tensor Imaging as a powerful tool to non-invasively probe WM architecture in 16 ECs, 23 LCs and 20 ICs. Expand
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2010-2011 Census Report of School-Based Health Centers.
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Chronotype differences in cortical thickness: grey matter reflects when you go to bed
Based on individual circadian cycles and associated cognitive rhythms, humans can be classified via standardised self-reports as being early (EC), late (LC) and intermediate (IC) chronotypes.Expand
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Organized Labor's Contribution to the Human Services: Lessons from the Past and Strategies for the Future
This article examines labor's contribution to the human services, locating the discussion within a historical and contemporary context. Workforce trends affecting labor and the human services areExpand
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The relationship between BOLD fMRI response and the underlying white matter as measured by fractional anisotropy (FA): A systematic review
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This systematic review suggests that there is a relationship between FA and the fMRI BOLD response and that the relationship is task and region dependent. Expand
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fMRI identifies chronotype-specific brain activation associated with attention to motion — Why we need to know when subjects go to bed
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We investigated how early, intermediate and late chronotypes (EC, IC, LC) differ neurally on an attention-to-motion task. Expand
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What magnetic resonance imaging reveals – A systematic review of the relationship between type II diabetes and associated brain distortions of structure and cognitive functioning
Due to its increasing prevalence, Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) represents a major health challenge for modern society. Despite it being of fundamental interest, only a few MRI studies haveExpand
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Chronotype Modulates Language Processing-Related Cerebral Activity during Functional MRI (fMRI)
Objective Based on individual daily physiological cycles, humans can be classified as early (EC), late (LC) and intermediate (IC) chronotypes. Recent studies have verified that chronotype-specificityExpand
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