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On SAGE Insight: The prevalence of autistic traits in a homeless population

From Autism This study aims to explore the relationship between autism and homelessness, by making an initial estimate of the prevalence of autistic traits in a homeless population. This work was initially motivated by anecdotal reports from autism clinicians and … Continue reading

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Low-educated immigrants and the social relevance of second language

Acquisition research Low-educated immigrants and the social relevance of second language From Second Language Research Low educated adults are the least equipped of all immigrants to be able to communicate with members of their adopted communities. When it comes to … Continue reading

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Forecasting distribution of Body Mass Index in the United States: Is there more room for growth?

From Medical Decision Making Too many American children are already overweight and the worrying forecast is for child obesity rates to rise. While the unprecedented rise in body weight over the past two decades has been well documented, less attention … Continue reading

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