Yishai Cohen

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Adolescents who were psychiatrically hospitalized (N = 105) were classified as sexually abused, physically abused, both sexually and physically abused, or not abused, and studied to determine the prevalence of suicidal behavior and psychiatric disorders. Self-reports of hopelessness, depression, coping, and self-concept were also examined. No difference in(More)
Nanomaterials hold great promise for medical, technological and economical benefits. Knowledge concerning the toxicological properties of these novel materials is typically lacking. At the same time, it is becoming evident that some nanomaterials could have a toxic potential in humans and the environment. Animal based systems lack the needed capacity to(More)
American adolescent psychiatric patients had significantly higher levels of suicidal behavior (49% vs. 19%) and a higher percentage of depression diagnoses (78% vs. 24%) than Israeli psychiatric inpatients. After controlling for the diagnosis of depression, American male patients obtained significantly higher scores on the Obsessive-Compulsive, Aggression,(More)
Yishai Cohen raises three related objections to the kalam cosmological argument . Firstly, Cohen argues that, if the argument against the possibility of an actual infinite, which is used to support the kalam cosmological argument, is sound, then a predetermined endless future must also be impossible . Secondly, Cohen argues that the possibility of a(More)
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