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Frames and counter-frames giving meaning to dementia: a framing analysis of media content.
Media tend to reinforce the stigmatization of dementia as one of the most dreaded diseases in western society, which may have repercussions on the quality of life of those with the illness. TheExpand
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Toward a More Nuanced Perception of Alzheimer’s Disease
Starting point of this study was the assumption that Alzheimer’s disease is made worse for the person who has the disease by the negative regard in which the illness is held by society. The aim wasExpand
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Major coronary anomalies in childhood
Abstract. Major coronary artery anomalies are extremely rare in childhood. We wanted to assess the historical and diagnostic features and the therapeutic options of three distinct types of coronaryExpand
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Understanding adolescent personality pathology from growth trajectories of childhood oddity
Abstract Research on developmental trajectories of early maladaptive features for understanding later personality disorders (PDs) is increasingly recognized as an important study area. The course ofExpand
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The Dark Ages Imaginary in European Films
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Re-defining dementia: Testing a new imagery in Belgium
The American Dark Ages and the Terrorist Witch in Season of the Witch
In this article we argue that Season of the Witch (Sena, 2011) is not to be analyzed according to its faithfulness to the known historical sources, but only by understanding medievalist codes,Expand