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Why look at life courses in an interdisciplinary perspective? Levy, René; De Ribaupierre, Anik; Ghisletta, Paolo; Lalive d'Epinay, Christian; Spini, Dario 2005
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Why is your spouse so predictable? Connecting mirror neuron system and self-expansion model of love Ortigue, Stéphanie; Bianchi-Demicheli, Francesco 2008
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Why hunter-gatherer populations do not show signs of Pleistocene demographic expansions Excoffier, Laurent Georges Louis; Schneider, Stefan 1999
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Why has model-informed precision dosing not yet become common clinical reality? lessons from the past and a roadmap for the future Darwich, A S; Ogungbenro, K; Vinks, A A; Powell, J R; ... Rostami-Hodjegan, A 2017
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Why Grades Engender Performance Avoidance Goals: The Mediating Role of Autonomous Motivation Pulfrey, Caroline; Buchs, Céline; Butera, Fabrizio 2011
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Why firms comply voluntarily with IAS: an empirical analysis with Swiss data Dumontier, Pascal; Raffournier, Bernard 1998
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Why does knowledge on rare diseases allow progress in treatments? Barazzone, Constance; Superti-Furga, A 2012
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Why do you play World of Warcraft ? An in-depth exploration of self-reported motivations to play online and in-game behaviours in the virtual world of Azeroth Billieux, Joel; Van der Linden, Martial; Achab, Sophia; Khazaal, Yasser; ... Thorens, Gabriel 2013
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Why do we yawn? The importance of evidence for specific yawn-induced effects Guggisberg, Adrian; Mathis, Johannes; Schnider, Armin; Hess, Christian W 2011
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Why do we yawn? Guggisberg, Adrian; Mathis, Johannes; Schnider, Armin; Hess, Christian W. 2010
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Why Do the Swiss Trust Their Government Less and Other People More Than They Used To? Widmer, Eric; De Carlo, Ivan 2010
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Why are suppressors of amber mutations so frequent among Escherichia coli K12 strains?. A plausible explanation for a long-lasting puzzle Belin, Dominique 2003
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Why and when does instructional video facilitate learning? A commentary to the special issue “developments and trends in learning with instructional video” Betrancourt, Mireille; Benetos, Kalliopi 2018
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Why and how post-mastectomy edema should be quantified in patients with breast cancer Galland, Christophe; Auvert, Jean François; Flahault, Antoine; Vayssairat, Michel 2002
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Why “Going Negative?” Strategic and Situational Determinants of Personal Attacks in Swiss Direct Democratic Votes Nai, Alessandro; Sciarini, Pascal 2016
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Whole-scalp EEG mapping of somatosensory evoked potentials in macaque monkeys Gindrat, Anne-Dominique; Quairiaux, Charles; Britz, Juliane; Brunet, Denis; ... Rouiller, Eric M 2015
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Whole-Lake CO2 Dynamics in Response to Storm Events in Two Morphologically Different Lakes Vachon, Dominic; del Giorgio, Paul A. 2014
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Whole-genome sequencing of Staphylococcus aureus strain RN4220, a key laboratory strain used in virulence research, identifies mutations that affect not only virulence factors but also the fitness of the strain Nair, Dhanalakshmi; Memmi, Guido; Hernandez, David; Bard, Jonathan; ... Cheung, Ambrose L 2011
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Whole-class and peer interaction in an activity of writing and revision Allal, Linda; Mottier Lopez, Lucie; Lehraus, Katia; Forget, Alexia 2005
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Whole-cell NMDA-evoked current in suprachiasmatic neurones of the rat: modulation by extracellular calcium ions Alberi, Stefano; Dubois-Dauphin, Michel; Dreifuss, Jean-Jacques; Raggenbass, Mario 1997
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Whole-breast irradiation with or without a boost for patients treated with breast-conserving surgery for early breast cancer: 20-year follow-up of a randomised phase 3 trial Bartelink, Harry; Maingon, Philippe; Poortmans, Philip; Weltens, Caroline; ... Collette, Laurence 2015
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Whole-brain grey matter density predicts balance stability irrespective of age and protects older adults from falling Boisgontier, Matthieu P.; Cheval, Boris; van Ruitenbeek, Peter; Levin, Oron; ... Swinnen, Stephan P. 2016
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Whole-body MRI in children: Would a 3D STIR sequence alone be sufficient for investigating common paediatric conditions? A comparative study Merlini, Laura; Carpentier, Marc; Ferrey, Solène; Anooshiravani Dumont, Mehrak; ... Hanquinet, Sylviane 2017
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Whole dairy matrix or single nutrients in assessment of health effects: current evidence and knowledge gaps Thorning, Tanja Kongerslev; Bertram, Hanne Christine; Bonjour, Jean-Philippe; de Groot, Lisette; ... Givens, Ian 2017
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WHO's recommendation for surgical skin antisepsis is premature - Authors' reply Allegranzi, Benedetta; Egger, Matthias; Pittet, Didier; Bischoff, Peter; ... Solomkin, Joseph 2017
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Who's been using my burial mound? Radiocarbon dating and isotopic tracing of human diet and mobility at the collective burial site, Le Tumulus des Sables, southwest France James, Hannah F.; Willmes, Malte; Boel, Ceridwen A.; Courtaud, Patrice; ... Grün, Rainer 2019
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Who will care for the oldest people in our ageing society? Robine, J. M.; Michel, Jean-Pierre; Herrmann, François 2007
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Who should finance WHO's work on emergencies? Chi, Y-Ling; Krishnakumar, Jaya; Maurer, Jürgen; Loncar, Dejan; Flahault, Antoine 2016
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Who should do NOTES? Initial endoscopic performance of laparoscopic surgeons compared to gastroenterologists and untrained individuals Wagner, Oliver J.; Hagen, Monika; Morel, Philippe; Inan, Ihsan; ... Vorburger, Stephan A. 2008
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Who should consent for research in adult intensive care? Preferences of patients and their relatives: a pilot study Chenaud, Catherine Claire Josiane; Merlani, Paolo; Verdon, Mélanie; Ricou, Bara 2009
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Who said it? Voices in news translation, from a semiotic perspective Troqe, Rovena; Fontanille, Jacques 2015
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Who needs a pancreas donor risk index? Berney, Thierry; Kandaswamy, Raja 2015
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Who leads the party? On membership size, selectorates and party oligarchy Schumacher, Gijs; Giger, Nathalie 2017
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Who is influential and why? The determinants of reputational power Fischer, Manuel; Sciarini, Pascal 2015
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Who is at Risk of Recurrent Falls in “The Adventures of Tintin”? (Tome I) Beauchet, Olivier; Beauchet, Alice; Beauchet, Arthur; Beauchet, Emilie; ... Annweiler, Cédric 2014
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Who is a typical patient with visceral leishmaniasis? Characterizing the demographic and nutritional profile of patients in Brazil, East Africa, and South Asia Harhay, Michael O; Olliaro, Piero L; Vaillant, Michel; Chappuis, François; ... Balasegaram, Manica 2011
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Who gets the carrot and who gets the stick? Evidence of gender disparities in executive remuneration Kulich, Clara; Trojanowski, Grzegorz; Ryan, Michelle K.; Alexander Haslam, S.; Renneboog, Luc D. R. 2011
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WHO draft guidelines on dietary saturated and trans fatty acids: time for a new approach? Astrup, Arne; Bertram, Hanne CS; Bonjour, Jean-Philippe; de Groot, Lisette CP; ... Soedamah-Muthu, Sabita S 2019
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Who are the strangers? Neighbour relations in socially and ethnically heterogeneous residential buildings in Geneva Felder, Maxime 2019
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Who Are the Powerful Actors? An Analysis of Brokerage in the Networks of Organizations Dealing with Unemployment and Precariousness Bassoli, Matteo; Cinalli, Manlio; Giugni, Marco 2014
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Who are the owners? : commercialization and biobanking Elger, Bernice Simone 2015
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White-matter lesions along the cholinergic tracts are related to cortical sources of EEG rhythms in amnesic mild cognitive impairment Babiloni, Claudio; Pievani, Michela; Vecchio, Fabrizio; Geroldi, Cristina; ... Frisoni, Giovanni 2009
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White-matter connectivity between face-responsive regions in the human brain Gschwind, Markus A.; Pourtois, Gilles; Schwartz, Sophie; Van De Ville, Dimitri; Vuilleumier, Patrik 2012
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White-light femtosecond Lidar at 100 TW power level Petrarca, Massimo; Henin, Stefano; Berti, Nicolas; Matthews, Mary; ... Ghigo, A. 2013
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White matter microstructural organisation of interhemispheric pathways predicts different stages of bimanual coordination learning in young and older adults Zivari Adab, Hamed; Chalavi, Sima; Beets, Iseult A. M.; Gooijers, Jolien; ... Boisgontier, Matthieu P. 2018
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White matter deterioration in 15 months: latent growth curve models in healthy adults Raz, Naftali; Yang, Yi Qin; Rodrigue, Karen M.; Kennedy, Kristen M.; ... Ghisletta, Paolo 2012
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White matter alterations in anorexia nervosa: Evidence from a voxel-based meta-analysis Barona, Manuela; Brown, Melanie; Clark, Christopher; Frangou, Sophia; ... Micali, Nadia 2019
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White gene expression, repressive chromatin domains and homeotic gene regulation in Drosophila Pirrotta, Vincenzo; Rastelli, Luca 1994
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Whiplash-Associated Disorders : Clinical and medico-legal guidelines on the methods of ascertainment Ferrara, S D; Ananian, V; Baccino, E; Banczerowski, P; ... Zoia, R 2016
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Which subgroup of patients with rheumatoid arthritis benefits from switching to rituximab versus alternative anti-tumour necrosis factor (TNF) agents after previous failure of an anti-TNF agent? Finckh, Axel; Ciurea, A.; Brulhart, L.; Moller, B.; ... Gabay, Cem 2010
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