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The Vulnerability and Resiliency of Childhood

found to be the factors that make an individual more vulnerable ( Franke, 2014 ). Experiences of early period of childhood play a pivotal role in how the brain evolves and functions. Complex interactions of individual child and surrounding environment affect long-term learning, behaviour and health ( Franke, 2014 ). Children with early life experience of toxic stress are at risk of developing and enduring adverse health problems, such as maladaptive coping skills, poor stress coping, unhealthy routines, mental disorders and physical illness, premature birth

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Factors of the European Economies' Vulnerability to External Shocks - An Empirical Analysis. The Example of 2008-2009 Crisis Costs

Economics, No. 84, pp. 187–228 Levchenko A.A., Lewis L.T., Tesar L.L. (2010), The collapse of international trade during the 2008–2009 crisis: In search of the smoking gun, NBER Working paper 16006, May Międzynarodowy Fundusz Walutowy (1998), Financial Crises and Indicators of Vulnerability, World Economic Outlook, Chapter 4, May Międzynarodowy Fundusz Walutowy (1999), From Crisis to Recovery In the Emerging Market Economics, World Economic Outlook, Chapter 2, October Pazarbasioglu C., Otker I. (1997), Likelihood versus Timing of Speculative Attacks: A Case study

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Genetic Vulnerability as a Distal Risk Factor for Suicidal Behaviour: Historical Perspective And Current Knowledge / Genetska Ranljivost Kot Oddaljen Dejavnik Tveganja Za Samomorilno Vedenje: Zgodovinski Vidik In Znanje Danes

perspective on suicide. In: Maris R, Berman A, Silverman M, editors. Comprehensive textbook of suicidology. New York: Guildford Press, 2000: 96-123. 5. Fedden H. Suicide. A Social and Historical Study. New York: Benjamin Blom, 1938/1972. 6. Goldney R. Pre-Durkheim suicidology. Crisis 2000; 21: 181-6. 7. Goldney R, Schioldann J. Pre-Durkheim suicidology. In: Grad O, editor. Suicide risk and protective factors in the new millennium. Ljubljana: Cankarjev dom, 2001: 21-5. 8. Goldney R, Schioldann J. Pre

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Seismic Vulnerability Functional Method for Rapid Visual Screening of Existing Buildings

, Progress of Seismic Rehabilitation of Buildings in the U. S., Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures, San Francisco, California, 17-31, 2009. 5. T. Srikanth, R.P. Kumar, A.P. Singh, B.K. Rastogi, S. Kumar, Earthquake Vulnerability Assessment of Existing Buildings in Gandhidham and Adipur Cities Kachchh, Gujarat (India), European Journal of Scientific Research, 41(3), 336-353, 2010. 6. P. Kapetana, S. Dritsos, Seismic assessment of buildings by rapid visual screening procedures, 6th

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Vulnerability to foreign macroeconomic shocks – an empirical study in cross-industry perspective. Example of 2008–2009 global crisis in Europe*

zagranicznego. Analiza w perspektywie grup krajów - paper presented on the Conference “Tradycyjne i nowe kierunki handlu zagranicznego”. Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie. Domańska, A. & Serwa, D. (2013c). Factors of the European economies’ vulnerability to external shocks: An empirical analysis on the example of 2008-2009 crisis costs. International Journal of Management and Economics, Kolegium Gospodarki Światowej SGH, ZN 40/2013. Easterly, W. & Rebelo, S. (1993). Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth: An Empirical Investigation, NBER Working

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How Safe Is Your Neighborhood? Iranian Women’s Perception of Safety and Security

individual factors in activity in older adults: results from the neighborhood and senior health study. Aging & Physical Activity, 16(2):144-170. Koskela, Hille, and Rachel Pain. (2000). Revisiting Fear and Place : Women's Fear of Attack and the Built Environment. Geoforum, 31(2): 269-280. Kyttä, Marketta. (2011). SoftGIS methods in planning evaluation. In Evaluation for Participation and Sustainability in Planning, edited by Angela Hull, E. R. Alexander and Johan Woltjer, 334-354. London and New York: Routledge. Loukaitou

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Psychometric properties of the Bangla version of the Kessler Psychological Distress Scale (K6)

properties (e.g., internal consistency, factor structure, test-retest reliability, and predictive validity) of the Bangla version of the K6 scale (hereafter referred as Bangla K6) in Bangla speaking young people of Bangladesh. Methods Participants A self-administered questionnaire survey was conducted among students aged 13–24 years from two high schools and two universities in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. These institutions were purposively chosen based on geographical convenience and connection with the researchers in order to maximize participation. Each of

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Epicardial Adipose Tissue Role as a Marker of Higher Vulnerability in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease

, Lehmann N, et al. Association of Epicardial Fat With Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Incident Myocardial Infarction in the General Population: The Heinz Nixdorf Recall Study. J Am Coll Cardiol . 2013;61:1388-1395. 18. Nakanishi K, Fukuda S, Tanaka A, et al. Persistent epicardial adipose tissue accumulation is associated with coronary plaque vulnerability and future acute coronary syndrome in nonobese subjects with coronary artery disease. Atherosclerosis . 2014;237:353-360. 19. Fukamachi D, Higuchi Y, Hiro T, et al. Association between the epicardial

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Current challenges of suicide and future directions of management in Bangladesh: a systematic review

choice and few other enduring socio-cultural factors (Arafat in press; Arafat 2017 ; Feroz et al. 2012 ; Reza et al. 2014 ). Third decade of life was found as the most vulnerable period of life revealed by previous researches (Arafat in press). Early reviews revealed persons of 20–30 years persons are dying more ( Khan 2002 ; Arafat 2017 ). Begum et al. (2017a) found that about 47% of respondents were between 21 and 30 years, Mashreky et al. found that the median age was 25 years, Shah et al. (2018) found that about 54% of the respondents were within 18

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Vulnerability Evaluation of Personnel, Equipment and Activities as a Base for Taking of Engineer Force Protection Measures

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The article describes a vulnerability of personnel, equipment and activities as a factor determining consequences caused by threats. It defines levels of vulnerability and provides a possibility to quantify its levels for all hazards affecting each resource. In conjunction with critical assessment vulnerability evaluation enables to describe severity of each threat impact on particular resource more specifically. The threat severity together with its occurrence probability creates kay factor of risk assessment being a base for appropriate engineer force protection measure development

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