Learn More
As a newly described condition distinct from coma or the vegetative state, minimally conscious state (MCS) is characterised by a threshold level of consciousness, and diagnostic criteria have recently been proposed. 1 In MCS, cognitively mediated behaviour occurs inconsistently, but is reproducible or sustained enough to be differentiated from reflexive(More)
We are presenting a five-year-old male with recurrent anion gap acidosis. During his last admission, it was detected that he had elevated VLCFA and the evaluation discovered that he had X-linked Adrenooleukodystrophy. He had the Addisonian only phenotype without any clinical or radiographic CNS findings. We were unable to find any other reports of this(More)
  • Louis Kaplow, Steven Shavell, David Cope, Robert Ellickson, Oliver Hart, Christopher Kutz +13 others
  • 2001
for financial support. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the National Bureau of Economic Research. ABSTRACT We examine how moral sanctions and rewards, notably the moral sentiments involving feelings of guilt and virtue, would be employed to govern individuals' behavior if the objective were to maximize social(More)
  • John M Olin Center, Louis Kaplow, The Harvard, John M Olin, Steven Shavell, Oliver Hart +13 others
  • 2001
We examine how moral sanctions and rewards, notably the moral sentiments involving feelings of guilt and virtue, would be employed to govern individuals' behavior if the objective were to maximize social welfare. In our model, we analyze how the optimal use of guilt and virtue is influenced by the nature of the behavior under consideration, the costs of(More)
  • 1