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Remission of Major Depression Under Deep Brain Stimulation of the Lateral Habenula in a Therapy-Refractory Patient « EMERGING IDEAS IN NEURAL SCIENCERemission of Major Depression Under Deep Brain Stimulation of the Lateral Habenula in a Therapy-Refractory Patient Posted by brainchemist on January 8, 2011 · Leave a Comment Remission of Major Depression Under Deep Brain Stimulation of the Lateral Habenula in a Therapy-Refractory Patient Alexander Sartorius a, , Karl L.
We have always been baffled about "victimization". The teenage sexuality , child porn , irrational drug prohibition witch hunts are based on victimization theories. These victimization theories are so outlandish, they make the medieval "theory that witches cause hail storm" look like sound science. First come our preconceived moral judgments.
I've been a fan of Satoshi Kanazawa; I've long had regrets that I didn't know he was at Canterbury for the couple of months we overlapped there. Not entirely unsurprisingly, he's gone and annoyed some folks. This time it's looking serious. The Add Health data series interviews high schoolers in three waves, making a nice panel data set.
onde são salvos meus melhores artigos, os mais formais, de qualidade diria humildemente acadêmica, especialmente do agora em extinção , sobre temas de Filosofia, Engenharia, Tecnologia e Ciências. Chemical Engineer - PUCRS - RS - Brazil (1989). Nascido em Passo Fundo - RS - Brasil, em 1965. Estudo Química, especialmente, desde meus 9 anos de idade, iniciando em 1974, descobrindo tal vocação com a série Os Cientistas , da Editora Abril e FUNBEC (Fundação Brasileira para o Desenvolvimento de Ensino de Ciências). Participante do Congresso Jovens Cientistas e Concurso Cientistas do Amanhã, em 1977. Projeto de Iniciação Científica em Síntese de Corantes, iniciado em 1985, encerrado em 1988.
The original meanings of “monster” implied no disparagement: our word derives from the Latin monstrum – an unusual, unexpected occurrence that carries – for that reason – a message from the gods. Of course the term has evolved; it has acquired additional meanings including some that express revulsion. The latter reflect the common human responses to departures from the ordinary. Still, we may well object to the disparaging uses of “monster,” surely in speaking of humans; and so to object is probably humane. The plea to resist ignorant derogation of freaks, stated or implied, is ubiquitous in Freaks of Nature .
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Ten of the most influential social psychology studies. "I have been primarily interested in how and why ordinary people do unusual things, things that seem alien to their natures. Why do good people sometimes act evil?