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Coping with Febrile Illness in Children: A Qualitative Interview Study of Parents

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Eating Habits of Children and Adolescents with Epilepsy in Latvia

intoxication in patients with chronic renal disease. Seizure , 14 , 521-525. Victor, M., Ropper, A. H. (2001). Adams and Victor’s Principles of Neurology. 7th edn. New York: McGraw-Hill, p. 189. Weingarten, H. P., Elston, D. (1990). The phenomenology of food cravings. Appetite, 15 , 231-246. Wurtman, R. J., Wurtman, J. J. (1986). Carbohydrate craving, obesity and brain serotonin. Appetite, 7 , 99-103. Wurtman, R. J., Wurtman, J. J. (1988). Do carbohydrates affect food intake via neurotransmitter activity

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Perception of Biological Motion in Central and Peripheral Visual Fields

., Wagemans, J., Helsen, W., Swinnen, S. P., Wenderoth, N., Alaerts, K., (2012). Recognizing biological motion and emotions from point-light displays in autism spectrum disorders, PLOS ONE, 7 (9), e44473. Neri, P., Concetta Morrone, M., Burr, D. C. (1998). Seeing biological motion. Nature, 395, 894-896. Palmer, S. E. (1999). Vision Science: Photons to Phenomenology. MIT Press. 258 pp. Rovamo, J., Virsu, V., Näsänen, R., (1978). Cortical magnification factor predicts the photopic contrast sensitivity of peripheral vision

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Nonlinear waves in a simple model of high-grade glioma

of features seen in real GBM and for a theoretical analysis. Interestingly, this model leads to the existence of multicomponent solitary waves encompassing bright solitary waves in the glioma compartment coupled with kink and antikink waves for the normal tissue and necrotic core respectively. We will study the model’s phenomenology using a combination of numerical simulation methods, dynamical systems theory and qualitative analysis. In the course of the study we wish to bring out a number of distinguishing features with respect to the FK model that are also

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