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Children Treated for Nonsyndromic Craniosynostosis Exhibit Average Adaptive Behavior Skills with Only Minor Shortcomings.Academic Article Why?
Covert rapid action-memory simulation (CRAMS): a hypothesis of hippocampal-prefrontal interactions for adaptive behavior.Academic Article Why?
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''How could you do this, doctor . . .?''.Academic Article Why?
[Life style and quality of life of children and adolescents following malignant tumor disease].Academic Article Why?
A longitudinal study of coping and burnout among Japanese family caregivers of frail elders.Academic Article Why?
Adaptation to removable prosthesis: a clinical report.Academic Article Why?
Adapting to the COVID-19 Pandemic.Academic Article Why?
Associations among awareness of prognosis, hopefulness, and coping in patients with advanced cancer participating in phase I clinical trials.Academic Article Why?
Associations between coping, affect, and social support among low-income African American smokers.Academic Article Why?
Avoidant coping moderates the association between anxiety and patient-rated physical functioning in heart failure patients.Academic Article Why?
Cancer and the family: an integrative model.Academic Article Why?
Clinical and psychosocial factors associated with achievement of treatment goals in adolescents with diabetes mellitus.Academic Article Why?
Combined adaptiveness of specific motor cortical ensembles underlies learning.Academic Article Why?
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