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Introduction: Cognitive and Behavioural Disorders Following Critical Illness

Cognitive and behavioural disorders following traumatic brain injury

Neural changes following cognitive behaviour therapy for psychosis: a longitudinal study

Increase in prefrontal cortical volume following cognitive behavioural therapy in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome

THE CLINICAL NEUROPYSCHIATRY OF STROKE: COGNITIVE, BEHAVIOURAL AND EMOTIONAL DISORDERS FOLLOWING VASCULAR BRAIN INJURY. By Robert G. Robinson .1998. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Price £60. Pp. 491. ISBN 0-52144-234-6.

Leukocyte behaviour and permeability in the rat mesenteric microcirculation following induction of ovulation

Behaviour Change Following a Workplace Health Check: How Much Change Occurs and Who Changes?

The effects of brain serotonin deficiency on behavioural disinhibition and anxiety-like behaviour following mild early life stress

Neuromotor, cognitive, language and behavioural outcome in children born following IVF or ICSI–a systematic review

Unprotected sex following HIV testing among women in Uganda and Zimbabwe: short- and long-term comparisons with pre-test behaviour

INCREASED NOVELTY SEEKING AND DECREASED HARM AVOIDANCE IN RATS SHOWING TYPE 2-LIKE BEHAVIOUR FOLLOWING BASAL FOREBRAIN NEURONAL LOSS

Disclosure behaviour and intentions among 111 couples following treatment with oocytes or sperm from identity-release donors: follow-up at offspring age 1–4 years

Modulation of neuroplasticity pathways and antidepressant-like behavioural responses following the short-term (3 and 7 days) administration of the 5-HT4 receptor agonist RS67333

 

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In ethology, the trailing of a young bird or animal behind its parent or another organism or object, especially as a consequence of imprinting.

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