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Compulsions in adults with mental retardation: prevalence, phenomenology, and comorbidity with stereotypy and self-injury.
A variety of conceptual similarities between compulsions seen in individuals with obsessive compulsive disorder and stereotypy and self-injury seen in individuals with mental retardation led us toExpand
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Self-restraint and self-injury: occurrence and motivational significance.
The occurrence of self-restraint was examined in a sample of 99 adults with severe or profound mental retardation who exhibited self-injury. Results showed that 46% of the sample exhibitedExpand
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Moral hazard, intervention and internal war: A conceptual analysis
Abstract Intervention may cause as well as calm internal wars. One way it may cause them is captured by the concept of moral hazard, which suggests that domestic groups which would not otherwiseExpand
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Pivotal Deterrence and the Kosovo War: Why the Holbrooke Agreement Failed
Debate rages over whether the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) air war against Serbia was a success or failure.1 But one thing is certain: that war resulted from a prior failure of NATOExpand
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Pivotal Deterrence: Third-Party Statecraft and the Pursuit of Peace
This is an Active Citation data project. Active Citation is a precursor approach toAnnotation for Transparent Inquiry (ATI). It has now been converted to the ATI format. The assembled project can beExpand
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Distribution in cesium chloride gradients of proteoglycans of chick embryo brain and characterization of a large aggregating proteoglycan.
  • T. Crawford
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Biochimica et biophysica acta
  • 17 February 1988
Proteoglycans were extracted from 14-day chick embryo brains, which had been labelled in vitro with [35S]sulfate or 3H-labelled amino acids. 4.0 M guanidinium chloride (containing proteinaseExpand
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Growth differences associated with compulsive and stereotyped behavior disorders in adults with mental retardation.
We have recently observed that compulsive behaviors in mentally retarded patients appear to be quite prevalent, can be reliably assessed, and have a high rate of co-occurrence with stereotyped andExpand
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Wedge Strategy, Balancing, and the Deviant Case of Spain, 1940–41
Wedge strategies seek to divide alliances or to prevent them from forming. Despite their importance in balance of power politics, they have not received systematic attention in security studies. ThisExpand
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Gambling on humanitarian intervention : moral hazard, rebellion and civil war
Does humanitarian military intervention save lives as intended? Or does it perversely embolden rebels and ignite the spiral of violence that it seeks to prevent? Such questions lie at the heart of aExpand
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