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The Odyssey Of The United States Road To Torture-How Did The United States Become A Waterboarder?, Robert Bloom Oct 2013

The Odyssey Of The United States Road To Torture-How Did The United States Become A Waterboarder?, Robert Bloom

Robert Bloom

United States after 9/11 decided to ignore various international laws and engaged in torture. Talk focused on how a democratic nation with high moral values could engage in such activity


U.S. Exclusionary Rule: A Comparative Analysis, Robert Bloom Oct 2013

U.S. Exclusionary Rule: A Comparative Analysis, Robert Bloom

Robert Bloom

No abstract provided.


History Of American Legal Education, With An Emphasis On Clinical Education, Robert Bloom Oct 2013

History Of American Legal Education, With An Emphasis On Clinical Education, Robert Bloom

Robert Bloom

No abstract provided.


Matevosyan Nr. Reproductive And Sexual Health In Mentally Ill. Oct 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Reproductive And Sexual Health In Mentally Ill.

asghar.es@gmail.com

No abstract provided.


Matevosyan Nr. Evaluation Of Perceived Sexual Functioning In Women With Serious Mental Illnesses. Oct 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Evaluation Of Perceived Sexual Functioning In Women With Serious Mental Illnesses.

asghar.es@gmail.com

(A) To examine the impact of serious mental illness on female sexual functioning; (B) To determine personal and contextual barriers in sexual health of women with DSM-IV Axis-I disorders. A mixed-method study explores perceived sexual health in cross-section of 44 consentable women with serious mental illnesses (SMI). Subscales of sexual activity are used as measurable outcomes. History of sexual abuse (59%), long-term sex abstinence (72.7%), client-provider poor communications (86.3%), and lack of awareness (79.6%) are related to suboptimal sexual health of women with SMI. Satisfaction and pleasure from sexual experience are predominantly affected symptoms that confer higher ...


Matevosyan Nr. Pregnancy And Postpartum Specifics In Women With Schizophrenia. Oct 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Pregnancy And Postpartum Specifics In Women With Schizophrenia.

asghar.es@gmail.com

Objective This meta-study intends to elucidate schizophrenia–pregnancy inferences.

Methods A total of 63 quasi-randomized, case–control, linkage studies on outcomes of singleton pregnancies in women with schizophrenia are identified through PubMed, ACOG, and SCOPUS. A sample of 216 pregnant and puerperal women with schizophrenia, allocated from studies of level I–IIA evidence, is compared with a sample of 487 births to unaffected women. Calculations use births as unit of analysis. Poisson regression model is used in exchangeable correlation structure.

Results Older age (2.13), excessive smoking (1.85) and less antenatal care (1.92) in women with schizophrenia determine ...


Matevosyan Nr. Reproductive And Sexual Health In Mentally Ill. Oct 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Reproductive And Sexual Health In Mentally Ill.

asghar.es@gmail.com

No abstract provided.


Matevosyan Nr. Evaluation Of Perceived Sexual Functioning In Women With Serious Mental Illnesses. Oct 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Evaluation Of Perceived Sexual Functioning In Women With Serious Mental Illnesses.

asghar.es@gmail.com

(A) To examine the impact of serious mental illness on female sexual functioning; (B) To determine personal and contextual barriers in sexual health of women with DSM-IV Axis-I disorders. A mixed-method study explores perceived sexual health in cross-section of 44 consentable women with serious mental illnesses (SMI). Subscales of sexual activity are used as measurable outcomes. History of sexual abuse (59%), long-term sex abstinence (72.7%), client-provider poor communications (86.3%), and lack of awareness (79.6%) are related to suboptimal sexual health of women with SMI. Satisfaction and pleasure from sexual experience are predominantly affected symptoms that confer higher ...


Matevosyan Nr. Pregnancy And Postpartum Specifics In Women With Schizophrenia. Oct 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Pregnancy And Postpartum Specifics In Women With Schizophrenia.

asghar.es@gmail.com

Objective This meta-study intends to elucidate schizophrenia–pregnancy inferences.

Methods A total of 63 quasi-randomized, case–control, linkage studies on outcomes of singleton pregnancies in women with schizophrenia are identified through PubMed, ACOG, and SCOPUS. A sample of 216 pregnant and puerperal women with schizophrenia, allocated from studies of level I–IIA evidence, is compared with a sample of 487 births to unaffected women. Calculations use births as unit of analysis. Poisson regression model is used in exchangeable correlation structure.

Results Older age (2.13), excessive smoking (1.85) and less antenatal care (1.92) in women with schizophrenia determine ...


Innovation And Liability In Biotechnology: Transnational And Comparative Perspectives, Drew Kershen, Stuart Smyth, A. Endres, Thomas Redick Oct 2013

Innovation And Liability In Biotechnology: Transnational And Comparative Perspectives, Drew Kershen, Stuart Smyth, A. Endres, Thomas Redick

A. Bryan Endres

No abstract provided.


Matevosyan Nr. Reproductive And Sexual Health In Mentally Ill. Oct 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Reproductive And Sexual Health In Mentally Ill.

kash_1465@yahoo.co.in

No abstract provided.


Matevosyan Nr. Evaluation Of Perceived Sexual Functioning In Women With Serious Mental Illnesses. Oct 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Evaluation Of Perceived Sexual Functioning In Women With Serious Mental Illnesses.

kash_1465@yahoo.co.in

(A) To examine the impact of serious mental illness on female sexual functioning; (B) To determine personal and contextual barriers in sexual health of women with DSM-IV Axis-I disorders. A mixed-method study explores perceived sexual health in cross-section of 44 consentable women with serious mental illnesses (SMI). Subscales of sexual activity are used as measurable outcomes. History of sexual abuse (59%), long-term sex abstinence (72.7%), client-provider poor communications (86.3%), and lack of awareness (79.6%) are related to suboptimal sexual health of women with SMI. Satisfaction and pleasure from sexual experience are predominantly affected symptoms that confer higher ...


Matevosyan Nr. Pregnancy And Postpartum Specifics In Women With Schizophrenia. Oct 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Pregnancy And Postpartum Specifics In Women With Schizophrenia.

kash_1465@yahoo.co.in

Objective This meta-study intends to elucidate schizophrenia–pregnancy inferences.

Methods A total of 63 quasi-randomized, case–control, linkage studies on outcomes of singleton pregnancies in women with schizophrenia are identified through PubMed, ACOG, and SCOPUS. A sample of 216 pregnant and puerperal women with schizophrenia, allocated from studies of level I–IIA evidence, is compared with a sample of 487 births to unaffected women. Calculations use births as unit of analysis. Poisson regression model is used in exchangeable correlation structure.

Results Older age (2.13), excessive smoking (1.85) and less antenatal care (1.92) in women with schizophrenia determine ...


Ubiquitous Trio: China, Wto And United States Of America, Yuliya Kostelova Jul 2013

Ubiquitous Trio: China, Wto And United States Of America, Yuliya Kostelova

Yuliya Kostelova

No abstract provided.


Augustinian Citizenship, Kevin Lee Jul 2013

Augustinian Citizenship, Kevin Lee

Kevin P. Lee

No abstract provided.


Free Exercise And Religious Mania, Neuroscience And Religious Exercise Rights, Kevin Lee Jul 2013

Free Exercise And Religious Mania, Neuroscience And Religious Exercise Rights, Kevin Lee

Kevin P. Lee

No abstract provided.


The Mystery Of The Person In Karol Wojtyla's Thought And In The Philosophy Of Economics, Kevin Lee Jul 2013

The Mystery Of The Person In Karol Wojtyla's Thought And In The Philosophy Of Economics, Kevin Lee

Kevin P. Lee

No abstract provided.


Die Institutionalisierung Von Wissensbeständen In Österreich. Die Diskrepanz Zwischen Wirtschaftlicher Realität Und Politik (The Institutionalization Of Knowledge In Austria: Coming To Grips Between Economic Reality & Policy), Roya Ghafele Apr 2013

Die Institutionalisierung Von Wissensbeständen In Österreich. Die Diskrepanz Zwischen Wirtschaftlicher Realität Und Politik (The Institutionalization Of Knowledge In Austria: Coming To Grips Between Economic Reality & Policy), Roya Ghafele

Roya Ghafele

The University Act 2002 redefines ownership structures over intellectual property in Austria, thus paving the way for enhanced knowledge transfer and knowledge commercialization from public research institutions. This study discusses the various featers of the different models of generating and leveraging knowledge. It does so, by explaining the characteristics of technology markets and assesses the strengths and weaknesses of proprietary versus open knowledge generation from a perspective of new institutional economics. Particular emphasis is being put on the preservation of the public interest, deemed particularly important in the context of publicly funded research. The paper concludes by offering a rough ...


Accounting For Intellectual Property?, Roya Ghafele Apr 2013

Accounting For Intellectual Property?, Roya Ghafele

Roya Ghafele

Accounting constitutes a very specific form of language, which is highly standardized, mathematical in nature and seeks to uniformly and systematically describe events while avoiding expressions of individual creativity or explicit political positions. In this sense, accounting is a social, cultural and historical artefact rather than a natural or technical phenomenon and can therefore be viewed as the decisive instrument to create and maintain imagined business communities. On the balance sheet, IP experiences a specific form of authorization. It is represented in the discourse of accounting by ‘intangibles’, an imprecise term associated with the increasingly observed ‘gap between the market ...


Matevosyan Nr. Reproductive And Sexual Health In Mentally Ill. Apr 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Reproductive And Sexual Health In Mentally Ill.

evertonj832@gmail.com

No abstract provided.


Matevosyan Nr. Evaluation Of Perceived Sexual Functioning In Women With Serious Mental Illnesses. Apr 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Evaluation Of Perceived Sexual Functioning In Women With Serious Mental Illnesses.

evertonj832@gmail.com

(A) To examine the impact of serious mental illness on female sexual functioning; (B) To determine personal and contextual barriers in sexual health of women with DSM-IV Axis-I disorders. A mixed-method study explores perceived sexual health in cross-section of 44 consentable women with serious mental illnesses (SMI). Subscales of sexual activity are used as measurable outcomes. History of sexual abuse (59%), long-term sex abstinence (72.7%), client-provider poor communications (86.3%), and lack of awareness (79.6%) are related to suboptimal sexual health of women with SMI. Satisfaction and pleasure from sexual experience are predominantly affected symptoms that confer higher ...


Matevosyan Nr. Nocturnal Breathing In Autism Spectrum Children: Comparative Evaluation Of Melatonin & Mozart Effects Apr 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Nocturnal Breathing In Autism Spectrum Children: Comparative Evaluation Of Melatonin & Mozart Effects

evertonj832@gmail.com

Sleep is a complex phenotype. Developmental problems in children, particularly those occurring during the prenatal period, can override or masquerade as genetic influences, and contribute in this phenotype. Sleep problems are especially prominent in children with hyperactivity and oppositionality. When coexisting, these behavioral problems alter the sleep pattern in an additive manner. OBJECTIVES: To determine: (1) specific developmental phenotype components associated with sleep disorders; (2) comparative sleep battery in children with autism spectrum syndromes; (3) practical implications in alleviating sleep symptomatics in autism spectrum disorders (ASD). METHODS: Of the total 148 retrieved papers, 64 studies pertaining to quantitative measures on ...


Matevosyan Nr. Pregnancy And Postpartum Specifics In Women With Schizophrenia. Apr 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Pregnancy And Postpartum Specifics In Women With Schizophrenia.

evertonj832@gmail.com

Objective This meta-study intends to elucidate schizophrenia–pregnancy inferences.

Methods A total of 63 quasi-randomized, case–control, linkage studies on outcomes of singleton pregnancies in women with schizophrenia are identified through PubMed, ACOG, and SCOPUS. A sample of 216 pregnant and puerperal women with schizophrenia, allocated from studies of level I–IIA evidence, is compared with a sample of 487 births to unaffected women. Calculations use births as unit of analysis. Poisson regression model is used in exchangeable correlation structure.

Results Older age (2.13), excessive smoking (1.85) and less antenatal care (1.92) in women with schizophrenia determine ...


Matevosyan Nr. Reproductive And Sexual Health In Mentally Ill. Jan 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Reproductive And Sexual Health In Mentally Ill.

liruijiao@live.com

No abstract provided.


Matevosyan Nr. Evaluation Of Perceived Sexual Functioning In Women With Serious Mental Illnesses. Jan 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Evaluation Of Perceived Sexual Functioning In Women With Serious Mental Illnesses.

liruijiao@live.com

(A) To examine the impact of serious mental illness on female sexual functioning; (B) To determine personal and contextual barriers in sexual health of women with DSM-IV Axis-I disorders. A mixed-method study explores perceived sexual health in cross-section of 44 consentable women with serious mental illnesses (SMI). Subscales of sexual activity are used as measurable outcomes. History of sexual abuse (59%), long-term sex abstinence (72.7%), client-provider poor communications (86.3%), and lack of awareness (79.6%) are related to suboptimal sexual health of women with SMI. Satisfaction and pleasure from sexual experience are predominantly affected symptoms that confer higher ...


Matevosyan Nr. Nocturnal Breathing In Autism Spectrum Children: Comparative Evaluation Of Melatonin & Mozart Effects Jan 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Nocturnal Breathing In Autism Spectrum Children: Comparative Evaluation Of Melatonin & Mozart Effects

liruijiao@live.com

Sleep is a complex phenotype. Developmental problems in children, particularly those occurring during the prenatal period, can override or masquerade as genetic influences, and contribute in this phenotype. Sleep problems are especially prominent in children with hyperactivity and oppositionality. When coexisting, these behavioral problems alter the sleep pattern in an additive manner. OBJECTIVES: To determine: (1) specific developmental phenotype components associated with sleep disorders; (2) comparative sleep battery in children with autism spectrum syndromes; (3) practical implications in alleviating sleep symptomatics in autism spectrum disorders (ASD). METHODS: Of the total 148 retrieved papers, 64 studies pertaining to quantitative measures on ...


Matevosyan Nr. Pregnancy And Postpartum Specifics In Women With Schizophrenia. Jan 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Pregnancy And Postpartum Specifics In Women With Schizophrenia.

liruijiao@live.com

Objective This meta-study intends to elucidate schizophrenia–pregnancy inferences.

Methods A total of 63 quasi-randomized, case–control, linkage studies on outcomes of singleton pregnancies in women with schizophrenia are identified through PubMed, ACOG, and SCOPUS. A sample of 216 pregnant and puerperal women with schizophrenia, allocated from studies of level I–IIA evidence, is compared with a sample of 487 births to unaffected women. Calculations use births as unit of analysis. Poisson regression model is used in exchangeable correlation structure.

Results Older age (2.13), excessive smoking (1.85) and less antenatal care (1.92) in women with schizophrenia determine ...


Matevosyan Nr. Reproductive And Sexual Health In Mentally Ill. Jan 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Reproductive And Sexual Health In Mentally Ill.

loimagm@gmail.com

No abstract provided.


Matevosyan Nr. Evaluation Of Perceived Sexual Functioning In Women With Serious Mental Illnesses. Jan 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Evaluation Of Perceived Sexual Functioning In Women With Serious Mental Illnesses.

loimagm@gmail.com

(A) To examine the impact of serious mental illness on female sexual functioning; (B) To determine personal and contextual barriers in sexual health of women with DSM-IV Axis-I disorders. A mixed-method study explores perceived sexual health in cross-section of 44 consentable women with serious mental illnesses (SMI). Subscales of sexual activity are used as measurable outcomes. History of sexual abuse (59%), long-term sex abstinence (72.7%), client-provider poor communications (86.3%), and lack of awareness (79.6%) are related to suboptimal sexual health of women with SMI. Satisfaction and pleasure from sexual experience are predominantly affected symptoms that confer higher ...


Matevosyan Nr. Nocturnal Breathing In Autism Spectrum Children: Comparative Evaluation Of Melatonin & Mozart Effects Jan 2013

Matevosyan Nr. Nocturnal Breathing In Autism Spectrum Children: Comparative Evaluation Of Melatonin & Mozart Effects

loimagm@gmail.com

Sleep is a complex phenotype. Developmental problems in children, particularly those occurring during the prenatal period, can override or masquerade as genetic influences, and contribute in this phenotype. Sleep problems are especially prominent in children with hyperactivity and oppositionality. When coexisting, these behavioral problems alter the sleep pattern in an additive manner. OBJECTIVES: To determine: (1) specific developmental phenotype components associated with sleep disorders; (2) comparative sleep battery in children with autism spectrum syndromes; (3) practical implications in alleviating sleep symptomatics in autism spectrum disorders (ASD). METHODS: Of the total 148 retrieved papers, 64 studies pertaining to quantitative measures on ...