Michel Emond

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Aggression within caged groups of unfamiliar male mice can be a serious welfare problem for maintaining mice in the laboratory. At our Center, two observation periods were set aside daily in order to identify, according to previously described behaviors, dominant mice and separate these when indicated. By reducing or eliminating the number of aggressive(More)
  • M Emond
  • Santé mentale au Québec
  • 1981
The author examines the specific nature of child psychoanalysis, its characteristics in Quebec and elsewhere, and the criteria for this kind of analysis. She analyses what distinguishes child psychoanalysis from other forms of therapy (including family therapy), its impact on the family as a whole, how the parents feel about the consultation, the importance(More)
s from all researchers who are engaged with the seriously ill, frail elderly. Authors: John Muscedere1 MD, Sarah Grace Bebenek2 MSc, Denise Stockley PhD2, Laura Kinderman2 PhD, and Carol Barrie1 CPA, CA. 1Canadian Frailty Network, 2Queen’s University. Ultrasound of Thigh Muscle Can Predict Frailty in Elderly Patients S. Salim, L. Warkentin, A. Gallivan, T.(More)
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