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Ths' Perspectives on ImmigrationLinda K. Ko and Krista M. Perreira University of North Carolina, Chapel HillAbstractFew studies have examined the migration and acculturation experiences of Latino youth in a newly emerging Latino community, communities that historically have had low numbers of Latino residents. This study uses in-depth interview data from the Latino Adolescent, Migration, Health, a
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Ths' Perspectives on ImmigrationLinda K. Ko and Krista M. Perreira University of North Carolina, Chapel HillAbstractFew studies have examined the migration and acculturation experiences of Latino youth in a newly emerging Latino community, communities that historically have had low numbers of Latino residents. This study uses in-depth interview data from the Latino Adolescent, Migration, Health, a
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2011; Gomes Rodrigues et al. 2014). Overall, our data suggest increasing aridification, loss of soft plants and opening of environments. Late Chattian (Amphechinus major Taxon Range Zone): as in the preceding Amphechinus taatsiingolensis Abundance Zone, the small mammals are all ground dwellers and fossorial species are still frequent; arboreal species are completely missing. The rise and dominanc
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Tii starch granules suggested that GBSS first elongates amylopectin chains and then releases these chains to the amylose fraction [100]. This may be different in vascular plants, however, as no transfer of radioactive label from amylopectin to amylose was observed in Arabidopsis [101]. Another primer could be malto-oligosaccharides, the presence of which was shown to increase GBSS activity and inc
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Aregiver to commonly confuse nonantimalarials with antimalarials, with many opting for less effective therapies [17, 48]. Similarly, the low use of diagnostic tests to confirm suspected case of malaria in this study was also a concern. While we did not explore caregivers' views of diagnostic tests, studies exploring community acceptance of routine diagnostic procedures to confirm malaria have iden
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Ia, Santa Barbara, CaliforniaStanley B. Klein: klein@psych.ucsb.eduAbstractAll organisms capable of long-term memory are necessarily oriented toward the future. We propose that one of the most important adaptive functions of long-term episodic memory is to store information about the past in the service of planning for the personal future. Because a system should have especially efficient performa
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Eatures are influenced by individual differences in neurobiology, personal experiences, and contextual characteristics.NIH-PA Author Manuscript NIH-PA Author Manuscript NIH-PA Author ManuscriptAcknowledgmentsThis research was supported in part by NIMH 1K01MH073717-01A2 (DAGD)NIH Public AccessAuthor ManuscriptMem Cognit. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2013 January 24.Published in final e
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Ake them. Klein, Cosmides, Tooby, and Chance (2002, p. 313) Evidence of complex planning in the human lineage dates back hundreds of thousands of years--for example, organized hunting parties; the creation and transportation of tools; technology; the burying of the dead and provision of supplies for an afterlife; the development of agriculture and with it the village, city, state, and nation (for