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2004, Perspectives on Deafness, ISBN 0195147901, xi, 266
What is the impact of an infant's diminished hearing on the infant and its parents? How does communication develop in cases of diminished hearing? How does... 
Developmental Psychology | Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology | Longitudinal studies | Infants | Family relationships | Deaf children | Care | Responsiveness | Attachment behavior | Mother-infant interactions | Diminished hearing | Cognitive development | Temperament | Stress | Communication
2006, Perspectives on Deafness, ISBN 9780195180947, xvi, 395
Humans' first languages may have been expressed through sign. Today, sign languages have been found around the world, including communities that do not have... 
Cognitive Psychology | Developmental Psychology | Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology | Language | Sign language acquisition | Deaf children | second language study | visual communication | sign languages | cross-modal research | gestural development
2006, ISBN 0195179900, xx, 273
A remarkable number of women today are taking the daunting step of having children outside of marriage. This book offers a full-scale account of this... 
Marriage and the Family | Families | Middle class women | Single mothers | United States | Motherhood | Rules | Child-rearing | Single parenthood | Family
by Panfilio, Kristen A and Vargas Jentzsch, Iris M and Benoit, Joshua B and Erezyilmaz, Deniz and Suzuki, Yuichiro and Colella, Stefano and Robertson, Hugh M and Poelchau, Monica F and Waterhouse, Robert M and Ioannidis, Panagiotis and Weirauch, Matthew T and Hughes, Daniel S. T and Murali, Shwetha C and Werren, John H and Jacobs, Chris G. C and Duncan, Elizabeth J and Armisén, David and Vreede, Barbara M. I and Baa-Puyoulet, Patrice and Berger, Chloé S and Chang, Chun-che and Chao, Hsu and Chen, Mei-Ju M and Chen, Yen-Ta and Childers, Christopher P and Chipman, Ariel D and Cridge, Andrew G and Crumière, Antonin J. J and Dearden, Peter K and Didion, Elise M and Dinh, Huyen and Doddapaneni, Harsha Vardhan and Dolan, Amanda and Dugan, Shannon and Extavour, Cassandra G and Febvay, Gérard and Friedrich, Markus and Ginzburg, Neta and Han, Yi and Heger, Peter and Holmes, Christopher J and Horn, Thorsten and Hsiao, Yi-min and Jennings, Emily C and Johnston, J. Spencer and Jones, Tamsin E and Jones, Jeffery W and Khila, Abderrahman and Koelzer, Stefan and Kovacova, Viera and Leask, Megan and Lee, Sandra L and Lee, Chien-Yueh and Lovegrove, Mackenzie R and Lu, Hsiao-ling and Lu, Yong and Moore, Patricia J and Munoz-Torres, Monica C and Muzny, Donna M and Palli, Subba R and Parisot, Nicolas and Pick, Leslie and Porter, Megan L and Qu, Jiaxin and Refki, Peter N and Richter, Rose and Rivera-Pomar, Rolando and Rosendale, Andrew J and Roth, Siegfried and Sachs, Lena and Santos, M. Emília and Seibert, Jan and Sghaier, Essia and Shukla, Jayendra N and Stancliffe, Richard J and Tidswell, Olivia and Traverso, Lucila and van der Zee, Maurijn and Viala, Séverine and Worley, Kim C and Zdobnov, Evgeny M and Gibbs, Richard A and Richards, Stephen and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States)
Genome biology, ISSN 1474-760X, 04/2019, Volume 20, Issue 1, pp. 64 - 64
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2010, Professional perspectives on deafness : evidence and applications, ISBN 9780199735402, xv, 244
2005, Perspectives on deafness, ISBN 0195179870, 400
Throughout history there have been efforts to help deaf children develop spoken language through which they could have full access to the hearing world. These... 
Language awareness in children | Hearing impaired children | Language | Language acquisition | Deaf children | Oral communication | Cognitive Psychology | Developmental Psychology | Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology | Spoken language | Hearing world
by Rolfes, Melissa A and Flannery, Brendan and Chung, Jessie R and O’Halloran, Alissa and Garg, Shikha and Belongia, Edward A and Gaglani, Manjusha and Zimmerman, Richard K and Jackson, Michael L and Monto, Arnold S and Alden, Nisha B and Anderson, Evan and Bennett, Nancy M and Billing, Laurie and Eckel, Seth and Kirley, Pam Daily and Lynfield, Ruth and Monroe, Maya L and Spencer, Melanie and Spina, Nancy and Talbot, H Keipp and Thomas, Ann and Torres, Salina M and Yousey-Hindes, Kimberly and Singleton, James A and Patel, Manish and Reed, Carrie and Fry, Alicia M and McLean, Huong Q and King, Jennifer P and Nowalk, Mary Patricia and Balasubramani, G K and Bear, Todd M and Hickey, Robert and Williams, John V and Reis, Evelyn C and Moehling, Krissy K and Eng, Heather and Jackson, Lisa A and Smith, Michael and Raiyani, Chandni and Clipper, Lydia and Murthy, Kempapura and Chen, Wencong and Reis, Michael and Petrie, Joshua G and Malosh, Ryan E and McSpadden, E J and Segaloff, Hannah E and Cheng, Caroline K and Truscon, Rachel and Johnson, Emileigh and Lamerato, Lois E and Rosenblum, Bret and Ford, Samantha and Johnson, Monika and Raviotta, Jonathan M and Sax, Terrie and Steele, Jonathan and Susick, Michael and Chabra, Rina and Garofolo, Edward and Iozzi, Philip and Kevish, Barbara and Middleton, Donald B and Urbanski, Leonard and Ponder, Teresa and Crumbaker, Todd and Iosefo, Iosefo and Sleeth, Patricia and Gandy, Virginia and Bounds, Kelsey and Kylberg, Mary and Rao, Arundhati and Fader, Robert and Walker, Kimberley and Volz, Marcus and Ray, Jeremy and Price, Deborah and Thomas, Jennifer and Wehbe-Janek, Hania and Beeram, Madhava and Boyd, John and Walkowiak, Jamie and Probe, Robert and Couchman, Glen and Motakef, Shahin and Arroliga, Alejandro and Kaniclides, Anne and Bouldin, Emerson and Baker, Christoph and Berke, Kimberly and Smith, Mackenzie and Rajesh, Niharika and Alleman, Elizabeth and Bauer, Sarah and Groesbeck, Michelle and Brundidge, Kristyn and Hafeez, Neha and Jackson, Jayla and ... and US Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness (Flu VE) Network, the Influenza Hospitalization Surveillance Network, and the Assessment Branch, Immunization Services Division, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Ctr Dis Control Prevention and US Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness and Influenza Hospitalization
Clinical infectious diseases, ISSN 1537-6591, 12/2019, Volume 69, Issue 11, pp. 1845 - 1853
Abstract Background The severity of the 2017–2018 influenza season in the United States was high, with influenza A(H3N2) viruses predominating. Here, we report... 
influenza | prevented illnesses | burden | vaccination | Infectious Diseases | Immunology | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | Microbiology | Science & Technology | Index Medicus
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by Botto, Fernando and Alonso-Coello, Pablo and Chan, Matthew T V and Villar, Juan Carlos and Xavier, Denis and Srinathan, Sadeesh and Guyatt, Gordon and Cruz, Patricia and Graham, Michelle and Wang, C Y and Berwanger, Otavio and Pearse, Rupert M and Biccard, Bruce M and Abraham, Valsa and Malaga, German and Hillis, Graham S and Rodseth, Reitze N and Cook, Deborah and Polanczyk, Carisi A and Szczeklik, Wojciech and Sessler, Daniel I and Sheth, Tej and Ackland, Gareth L and Leuwer, Martin and Garg, Amit X and LeManach, Yannick and Pettit, Shirley and Heels-Ansdell, Diane and LuratiBuse, Giovanna and Walsh, Michael and Sapsford, Robert and Schünemann, Holger J and Kurz, Andrea and Thomas, Sabu and Mrkobrada, Marko and Thabane, Lehana and Gerstein, Hertzel and Paniagua, Pilar and Nagele, Peter and Raina, Parminder and Yusuf, Salim and Devereaux, P J and McQueen, Matthew J and Bhandari, Mohit and Bosch, Jackie and Buckley, Norman and Chow, Clara K and Halliwell, Richard and Li, Stephen and Lee, Vincent W and Mooney, John and Furtado, Mariana V and Suzumura, Erica and Santucci, Eliana and Leite, Katia and Santo, Jose Amalth do Espirirto and Jardim, Cesar A P and Cavalcanti, Alexandre Biasi and Guimaraes, Helio Penna and Jacka, Michael J and McAlister, Finlay and McMurtry, Sean and Townsend, Derek and Pannu, Neesh and Bagshaw, Sean and Bessissow, Amal and Duceppe, Emmanuelle and Eikelboom, John and Ganame, Javier and Hankinson, James and Hill, Stephen and Jolly, Sanjit and Lamy, Andre and Ling, Elizabeth and Magloire, Patrick and Pare, Guillaume and Reddy, Deven and Szalay, David and Tittley, Jacques and Weitz, Jeff and Whitlock, Richard and Darvish-Kazim, Saeed and DeBeer, Justin and Kavsak, Peter and Kearon, Clive and Mizera, Richard and O’Donnell, Martin and McQueen, Matthew and Pinthus, Jehonathan and Ribas, Sebastian and Simunovic, Marko and Tandon, Vikas and VanHelder, Tomas and Winemaker, Mitchell and McDonald, Sarah and O’Bryne, Paul and Patel, Ameen and Paul, James and Punthakee, Zubin and Raymer, Karen and ... and Vasc Events Noncardiac Surg Patien and Appendix 2. The Vascular events In noncardiac Surgery patIents cOhort evaluatioN Operations Committee and Vascular events In noncardiac Surgery patIents cOhort evaluatioN (VISION) Writing Group, on behalf of The Vascular events In noncardiac Surgery patIents cOhort evaluatioN (VISION) Investigators and Vascular events In noncardiac Surgery patIents cOhort evaluatioN VISION Study Investigators and Appendix 1. The Vascular events In noncardiac Surgery patIents cOhort evaluatioN (VISION) Study Investigators Writing Group
Anesthesiology (Philadelphia), ISSN 0003-3022, 03/2014, Volume 120, Issue 3, pp. 564 - 578
BACKGROUND:Myocardial injury after noncardiac surgery (MINS) was defined as prognostically relevant myocardial injury due to ischemia that occurs during or... 
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