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Childhood adversity and traumatic exposures during deployment as predictors of mental health in Australian military veterans

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health

Volume 40 Issue 1 (February 2016)

Content published online: 29 Dec 2015

Wu Yi Zheng, Jeeva Kanesarajah, Michael Waller, Annabel C. McGuire, Susan A. Treloar, Annette J. Dobson

Abstract Objective: To examine whether the relationship between traumatic exposure on deployment and poor mental health varies by the reported level of childhood adversity experienced in Australian military veterans deployed to the Bougainville or East Timor military ...

The evolution of pattern camouflage strategies in waterfowl and game birds

Ecology and Evolution

Volume 5 Issue 10 (May 2015)

Content published online: 22 Apr 2015

Kate L. A. Marshall, Thanh‐Lan Gluckman

Abstract Visual patterns are common in animals. A broad survey of the literature has revealed that different patterns have distinct functions. Irregular patterns (e.g., stipples) typically function in static camouflage, whereas regular patterns (e.g., stripes) ...

The ‘radiographer–referrer game’: image interpretation dynamics in rural practice

Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences

Volume 63 Issue 1 (March 2016)

Content published online: 20 Jan 2016

Kathryn Squibb, Anthony Smith, Lisa Dalton, Rosalind M. Bull

Abstract Introduction Effective interprofessional communication is intrinsic to safe health care. Despite the identified positive impact of collaborative radiographic interpretation between rural radiographers and referrers, communication...

Safety and efficacy of Calsporin® (Bacillus subtilis DSM 15544) as a feed additive for laying hens and avian species for laying

EFSA Journal

Volume 13 Issue 9 (September 2015)

Content published online: 28 Sep 2015

Abstract The additive Calsporin® is a preparation containing viable spores of a single strain of Bacillus subtilis. The product was previously assessed by the European Food Safety Authority and is currently authorised for use in chickens for fattening, weaned piglets,...

Using genetic tools to estimate the prevalence of non‐native red deer ( Cervus elaphus ) in a Western European population

Ecology and Evolution

Volume 7 Issue 19 (October 2017)

Content published online: 18 Aug 2017

Alain C. Frantz, Frank E. Zachos, Sabine Bertouille, Marie‐Christine Eloy, Marc Colyn, Marie‐Christine Flamand

Abstract Game species like the red deer have been subjected to anthropogenic impacts for centuries. Translocations are often carried out—sometimes illegally—not only for sporting purposes, but also to increase trophy quality, reduce inbreeding, or mitigate ...

The W orld B ank and C hina: Future Prospects

Asia & The Pacific Policy Studies

Volume 1 Issue 1 (January 2014)

Content published online: 30 Sep 2013

Ralph W. Huenemann

Abstract The time has come (is arguably long overdue) to develop a new basis for the World Bank's work in China. For nearly two decades, the Bank and China have been engaged in a mutual game of ‘let's pretend’, because the annual increments to China's foreign ...

The evolution of sexes: A specific test of the disruptive selection theory

Ecology and Evolution

Volume 8 Issue 1 (January 2018)

Content published online: 26 Nov 2017

Jack Silva

Abstract The disruptive selection theory of the evolution of anisogamy posits that the evolution of a larger body or greater organismal complexity selects for a larger zygote, which in turn selects for larger gametes. This may provide the opportunity for one ...

Physiological reactivity to nonideographic virtual reality stimuli in veterans with and without PTSD

Brain and Behavior

Volume 5 Issue 2 (February 2015)

Content published online: 23 Dec 2014

Andrea K Webb, Ashley L. Vincent, Alvin B. Jin, Mark H. Pollack

Abstract Background Post‐traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) currently is diagnosed via clinical interview in which subjective self reports of traumatic events and associated experiences are discussed with a mental health professional. The...

Effect of doublecortin on self‐renewal and differentiation in brain tumor stem cells

Cancer Science

Volume 102 Issue 7 (July 2011)

Content published online: 10 May 2011

Manoranjan Santra, Sutapa Santra, Ben Buller, Kastuv Santra, Ankita Nallani, Michael Chopp

Analysis of microarray probe data from glioma patient samples, in conjunction with patient Kaplan–Meier survival plots, indicates that expression of a glioma suppressor gene doublecortin (DCX) favors glioma patient survival. From neurosphere formation in culture, time‐lapse microscopic...

Analysis of lymph node impact on conversion of complete thoracoscopic lobectomy to open thoracotomy

Thoracic Cancer

Volume 6 Issue 6 (November 2015)

Content published online: 23 Feb 2015

Yun Li, Jun Wang

Abstract Background The aim of the study was to analyze the influence of lymph nodes in conversion thoracotomy and its measurements. Method Between September 2006 to April 2013, 1006 patients (545 men, 461...

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