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  • Evolutionary paths of language 

    Burridge, J; Blaxter, Tam; Vaux, Bert
    © CopyrightEPLA, 2020. We introduce a stochastic model of language change in a population of speakers who are divided into social or geographical groups. We assume that sequences of language changes are driven by the ...
  • Exploring Definitional Power in the Digital Age: A Case Study of Right to be Forgotten Framing 

    Larsen, Rebekah
    How is power exercised in the digital age, in and through meaning creation? Relatedly, how should sociologists approach analysis of such power? My dissertation seeks to answer these questions through empirical examination ...
  • How do delirium motor subtypes differ in phenomenology and contributory aetiology? a cross-sectional, multisite study of liaison psychiatry and palliative care patients 

    Glynn, Kevin; McKenna, Frank; Lally, Kevin; O’Donnell, Muireann; Grover, Sandeep; Chakrabarti, Subho; Avasthi, Ajit et al. (BMJ Publishing Group, 2021-04-14)
    Objectives: To investigate whether delirium motor subtypes differ in terms of phenomenology and contributory aetiology. Design: Cross-sectional study. Setting: International study incorporating data from Ireland and India ...
  • 31 P magnetic resonance spectroscopy in skeletal muscle: Experts' consensus recommendations 

    Meyerspeer, Martin; Boesch, Chris; Cameron, Donnie; Dezortová, Monika; Forbes, Sean C.; Heerschap, Arend; Jeneson, Jeroen A.L. et al. (2020-02-10)
    Skeletal muscle phosphorus‐31 31P MRS is the oldest MRS methodology to be applied to in vivo metabolic research. The technical requirements of 31P MRS in skeletal muscle depend on the research question, and to assess those ...

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