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Postmodernism, High Concept and Eighties Excess

The Concept of Intentional Action in High-Functioning Autism*

Commentary: The Schizophrenia Prodrome: A High-Risk Concept

Diagnostic Concepts in the Context of Clinical High Risk/Attenuated Psychosis Syndrome

Angle concept: a high school and tertiary longitudinal perspective to minimize obstacles


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0572 High Residual Apnea Burden may Contribute to Frequent Outcome Failure in Randomized Controlled Trials of Positive Airway Pressure - a Proof-of-Concept Study

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Media productions which are easy to market because they feature established stars, have cross-media potential and have a straightforward premise which is easily communicated and comprehended, often by being reducible to a single sentence. The high concept approach originated in American television but is particularly associated with film; it has defined mainstream Hollywood cinema since the 1980s.

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