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“This timeline suggested to researchers that children have an age-dependent relationship with certain types of moral reasoning, too.”
“- It's not really age-dependent, although it probably wouldn't appeal so much to someone without a reasonable tolerance of silliness.”
“Is multiple sclerosis an age-dependent host response to measles?”
“It really varies, not only by target audience (where length, like vocabulary level, is age-dependent) and subgenre (where both length and vocabulary expectations can differ substantially), by frequently by publishing house and even agent.”
“This approach is applied to remove the age-dependent variations from single tree-ring series and to retain low-frequency climatic deviations (positive or negative trends) as well as high-frequency variations (year-toyear change) when averaging tree-ring index series.”
“To make this doubly unexpected, since one can define obesity in an age-dependent manner and choose the age cutoff, one could even have in the same population a Will Rogers phenomenon in which one of the children becomes an adult, thereby lowering the average weight of both groups.”
“These results indicate an age-dependent dopaminergic tuning mechanism for cortical reward processing and provide system-level information about alteration of a key neural circuit in healthy aging.”
“None of the correlations is significant indicating that there is little evidence for an elevation influence on ring density and hence little age-dependent bias in the temperature reconstruction arising out of the differences in sample heights shown in Figure 4.”
“Since the average age of our subjects was 36 ± 9 years, we did not correct for age-dependent phenotypic expression in subsequent analyses.”
“Shaaya et al. (1986) found that methoprene interfered with the development of eggs and larvae of Ephestia cautella in an age-dependent manner, and showed that only certain stages were susceptible.”
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