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Mental illnesses account for a larger proportion of disability in developed countries than any other group of illnesses, including cancer and heart disease. In 2004, an estimated 25% of adults in the United States reported having a mental illness in the previous year. The economic cost of mental illness in the United States is substantial, approximately(More)
The reinnervation of partially denervated rat soleus muscles by their interrupted, regenerating motor axons has been examined in adult white rats. If reinnervation occurred after the remaining, intact motor axons had sprouted to their full, maximal extent, then the regenerating axons formed synapses preferentially with denervated muscle fibers and not with(More)
This talk, delivered at " De l ' autopoì esè a la neurophénoménologie : un hommagè a Francisco Varela ; from autopoiesis to neurophenomenology : a tribute to Francisco Varela , " June 18 – 20 , at the Sorbonne in Paris , explicates several links between Varela ' s neurophenomenology and his biological concept of autopoiesis. Allow me to begin on a personal(More)
BACKGROUND The nervous system is a major target of HIV-1 infection and site of many complications of AIDS. Most of our knowledge pertaining to the range and frequency of neuropathology in HIV-1/AIDS is from large centres outside Canada in different social and health care settings. The goal of the present study was to describe HIV-1/AIDS-associated(More)
Given the complexity of natural language processing and computer vision, few researchers have attempted to integrate them under one approach. However, integrating natural language processing and vision might be useful for solving individual tasks like resolving ambiguous sentences through the use of visual information. For vision researchers, natural(More)
Chlamydia trachomatis is an important cause of postpartum endometritis and neonatal conjunctivitis. However, the prevalence of chlamydial genital infection varies considerably from one population group to another. A study was thus conducted to determine the incidence of C trachomatis infection of the cervix in an unselected group of women attending a(More)