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  • it may be. Carl Schneider, in Informed Consent : Legal Theory and Clinical Practice: Legal Theory and ... p. 32 Autonomy has never been recognized as
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  • exchange of information among a half-dozen branches of science and the clinical practice of mental health have shaped a new scientific approach to the study
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  • Wisdom and Compassion in Psychotherapy: Deepening Mindfulness in Clinical Practice, Guilford Press, 2012, p. 214 I experience the same sense of absurdity
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  • (UTC) It may sound surprising when I say, on the basis of my own clinical practice as well as that of my psychological and psychiatric colleagues, that
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  • [according to] a study published in the journal “Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice”, yoga could reverse several heart disease risk factors, including
    42 KB (5,278 words) - 18:24, 29 December 2015
  • It may sound surprising when I say, on the basis of my own clinical practice as well as that of my psychological and psychiatric colleagues, that
    59 KB (8,726 words) - 14:05, 18 September 2015
  • physician with a growing family, eager to open a neurological/psychiatric clinical practice. Where were his referrals to come from, if his colleagues thought
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  • Australia, in his 1994 academic paper, Abortion After Twenty Weeks in Clinical Practice: Practical, Ethical and Legal Issues. For those who cannot be educated
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  • way, is perfectly natural and certainly not harmful. Dennis Sugrue, PhD, clinical associate professor of psychiatry at the University of Michigan Medical
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  • Margaret Thaler Singer Ph.D. (1921–2003) was a clinical psychologist and adjunct professor emeritus of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley
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  • oftentimes the same substance given with different intents. Desk Reference of Clinical Pharmacology - Page 1 by Manuchair S. Ebadi - Medical - 2008. Perfect
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  • the most diligent disseminators of nonsense and worse. H. L. Mencken "Clinical Notes" in The American Mercury (January 1924), p. 75; also in Prejudices
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  • abuse, and high levels of psychological symptoms in adulthood, at least in clinical samples. Linda Meyer Williams (1994). “Recall of Childhood Trauma: A Prospective
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  • what needs to be considered when designing a clinical trial for medical technology?". Applied Clinical Trials 18 (5). In addition to patients without
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  • carries away and makes return. Gilles Deleuze, from his Essays Critical and Clinical, p. 104. Music is like a mirror in front of you. You're exposing everything
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  • technologists:” computer technicians, software designers, analysts in clinical labs, manufacturing technologists, paralegals. ...They are not, as a rule
    32 KB (4,977 words) - 12:04, 4 November 2015
  • Simon (1957), Churchman (1948), Bross (1953). Theodore R. Sarbin (1960) Clinical inference and cognitive theory. p. 68 This quote tells us that in 1960
    33 KB (5,078 words) - 22:01, 9 December 2015
  • not raise the worth of female life much above the Jewish: nor did the clinical ethic raise it much above the clerical. This is why most of those identified
    27 KB (3,811 words) - 18:35, 7 September 2015
  • understanding the cellular basis of learning. Kelly Lambert, Craig H. Kinsley, Clinical Neuroscience (2004) Throughout his career, Kandel has also been a student
    28 KB (3,873 words) - 10:55, 13 August 2015
  • have fun." Kate Clinton, Free your Mind[page needed] Homosexuality as a "clinical" entity cannot be seriously upheld in the face of evidence that human behaviour
    59 KB (9,780 words) - 20:33, 30 October 2015

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