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Understanding the Relationship between Non-motor Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease and Sleep Disorders
The Role Of Culture In Concepts Underlying Approach And Avoidance Motivation In Multiple Domains
The Effects of Age & Apolipoprotein-E Genotype on Learning, Memory, and Metamemory for Odors
The Decision to Reciprocate OCB: An Examination of the Influence of Individual, Relationship, and Help Characteristics
Testing The Invariance Of Adult Survey-Based Sex-Related Behaviors Across Gender, Ethnicity/Race, And Generation
Testing The Invariance Of Adolescent Survey-Based Alcohol-Related Behaviors Across Race/Ethnicity And Gender
Structural Neural Correlates of Metabolic Syndrome
Spatial Pattern Separation In Mild Cognitive Impairment
Social Influences on Decisions to Quit: The Moderating Effects of OCB Norms and Civility Norms on Work Attitude to Turnover Intention Relationships
Set Shifting In Anorexia Nervosa: An Examination Of Cognitive Flexibility After Recovery
Qualitative Memory Changes in Alzheimer's Disease
Psychophysical Responses to Sucrose in Young Likers and Non-likers
Psychophysical Responses and Preference for Sweetness
Psychometric Properties of the Duke University Religion Index English and Spanish Versions for Hispanic American Women
Psychometric Properties Of The English And Spanish Versions Of The Cancer Worry Scale In Hispanic-American Women
Prenatal Alcohol Exposure as a Risk Factor for Increased Vulnerability of the Adolescent Brain to Alcohol Induced Damage
Predictors of Seeking Care:  A Multi-Group Analysis
Obesity measure predict differences in Olfactory Event-Related Potential (OERP) latencies between Apolipoprotein E [lower case epislon]4 carriers and non-carriers
Neural Correlates of Repetitive Behavior in Autism Spectrum Disorder
Neural Correlates of Memory Encoding in Subtypes of Mild Cognitive Impairment

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