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  • Toward a predictive taphonomy 

    Plotnick, Roy E.; Speyer, Stephen E. (1990-07-02)
    FROM THE EDITORS: Toward a predictive taphonomy A favorite children's questions about fossils (usually regarding dinosaurs) is "How do you know where to find them?" In other words, "Can we, as paleontologists, predict ...
  • Is taphonomy a fad? 

    Plotnick, Ray E.; Speyer, Stephen E. (Death Decay Disintegration: The Newsletter for Research on Taphonomy, 1989)
    FROM THE EDITORS: Is taphonomy a fad? Every so often, generally triggered by an unexpected discovery, certain fields of science experience a sudden burst of popularity, often accompanied by major influxes of research ...
  • Maternal protein malnutrition: Effects on prostate development and adult disease 

    Rinadli, Jaqueline, C.; A dos Santos, Sergio, A; Colombelli, Ketlin, T.; Birch, Lynn; Prins, Gail, S.; Justulin, Luis, A.; Felisbino, Sergio, L. (Cambridge University Press (CUP), 2018-03-27)
    Well-controlled intrauterine development is an essential condition for many aspects of normal adult physiology and health. This process is disrupted by poor maternal nutrition status during pregnancy. Indeed, physiological ...
  • Predictors of Dropout in Family-Based Psychosocial Treatment for Pediatric Bipolar Disorder: An Exploratory Study 

    Isaia, Ashley, R.; Weinstein, Sally, M.; Shankman, Stewart, A.; West, Amy, E. (Springer, 2018-06)
    Family-based psychosocial treatments have been developed to address the significant impairments in psychosocial functioning among youth with pediatric bipolar disorder (PBD), yet factors impacting engagement in these ...
  • Healthy Weight and Obesity Prevention and Management 

    Lavie, Carl, J.; Laddu, Deepika; Arena, Ross; Ortega, Franciso, B.; Alpert, Martin, A.; Kushner, Robert, F. (Elsevier, 2018-09-13)
    Overweight and obesity have reached epidemic levels in the United States and worldwide, and this has contributed to substantial cardiovascular and other health risks. However, controversy exists concerning the causes of ...

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