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age regression


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hypnotic age regression n.

age regression n.

age regression n.

hypnotic age regression n.

hypnotic age regression

Does Male Age Affect the Risk of Spontaneous Abortion? An Approach Using Semiparametric Regression

Regression-predicted age norms for the Children's Orientation and Amnesia Test

Impact of age on QT interval and QT dispersion in healthy subjects: a regression analysis†

Age-related energy values of bakery meal for broiler chickens determined using the regression method

Using Laplace Regression to Model and Predict Percentiles of Age at Death When Age Is the Primary Time Scale

Birth Weight and Systolic Blood Pressure in Adolescence and Adulthood: Meta-Regression Analysis of Sex- and Age-specific Results from 20 Nordic Studies

510 Heart rate variability (power-law-regression) and age in patients with decompensated chronic heart failure

Interactions of apoptosis, proliferation and host age in the regression of the mouse mammary preneoplasia, TM3, carrying an unusual mutation in p53

Hospital mortality after urgent and emergency laparotomy in patients aged 65 yr and over. Risk and prediction of risk using multiple logistic regression analysis.

Support vector regression applied to the determination of the developmental age of a Drosophila embryo from its segmentation gene expression patterns

The Letter Digit Substitution Test: Demographic Influences and Regression-Based Normative Data for School-Aged Children

The Obesity Epidemic in the United States—Gender, Age, Socioeconomic, Racial/Ethnic, and Geographic Characteristics: A Systematic Review and Meta-Regression Analysis

 

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The adoption of a pattern of behaviour characteristic of an earlier stage of development, observed occasionally in certain forms of mental disorder. In hypnotic age regression this occurs as a direct response to suggestions from the hypnotist. [From age + Latin regressus a retreat, from regradi to go back, from re- again + gradi to go + -ion indicating an action, process, or state]

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