- Adversity in childhood and depression: linked through SIRT1
- On the basis of these findings, Teicher and Samson hypothesized that depressed patients who have experienced childhood maltreatment constitute a distinct clinical 'ecophenotype' (per Teicher and Samson's terminology) that is likely characterized by ...
- Gradual or Pulsed Evolution: When Should Punctuational Explanations Be Preferred?
- Ecophenotypic response to environmental change, immigration of related taxa into the study area, and condensed stratigraphie intervals can all produce patterns that mimic punctuated evolution within a lineage. Ecophenotypy and lineage replacement are ...
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