Extreme behaviour

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  • At some point, one in five children and adolescents in the UK will suffer distress or disorganisation of their behaviour sufficient to be considered ‘disordered’ (Office for National Statistics, 2005). Much of this ‘disorder’ will be dealt with informally and resolve or persist at a low level, accumulating over time to present at a later stage. Some children and adolescents will be dealt with by various professionals in various capacities – teachers, school nurses, general practitioners (GPs), social workers – and never come to the attention of ‘specialists’.

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  • But there is another potential impact for the environment and nature conservation which is a much more positive one. The 1999 structural fund regulations for the first time recognised that the funds could be used for the protection and improvement of the environment (emphasis added). This change in wording was extremely significant – for the first time the doors were open to local and regional authorities and national governments to start putting forward environmental and nature programme proposals which meet the European Union’s cohesion policy objectives set out in the Treaty.

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  • Maxim, an extreme xeric semi-shrub of Tamaricaceae, is a constructive and dominant species of desert shrub vegetation (Liu et al. 1982; Wang et al., 2011; Bai et al., 2008). It is distributed widely on a large area of sand wasteland (Fig. 1a) and saline land (Fig. 1b) in arid and semiarid regions of central Asia from the western Erdos, Alaskans, Hexi Corridor, Qaidam Basin to Tarim Basin and Jungar Basin (from the east to the west) and forms the vast and distinctive landscape of the salt desert (Liu and Liu, 1996). The distribution of R.

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  • Why the workforce is important In this first decade of the 21st century, immense advances in human well-being coexist with extreme deprivation. In global health we are witnessing the benefits of new medicines and technologies. But there are unprecedented reversals. Life expectancies have collapsed in some of the poorest countries to half the level of the richest – attributable to the ravages of HIV/AIDS in parts of sub-Saharan Africa and to more than a dozen “failed states”.

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  • The Netherlands may be an extreme case in this respect, but strong incentive effects have also been found for other countries. With respect to Disability application behaviour in other countries like the United States, Germany and Sweden, it has been argued that labour supply (and labour demand) considerations may have taken place in the decision to apply for benefits. To quote Bound and Burkhauser (1999): “the prevalence of disability transfer recipients per worker has increased at all working ages over the last quarter of the century...

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  • As game developers a few years from now, we may look back at current generation AI with astonishment and possibly with a hint of nostalgia. We will notice the extreme simplicity of the systems and behaviours we created, asking ourselves whether it was in fact by design or more by necessity. More importantly, we will be surprised by the amount of time taken to prototype such AI.

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  • The low completion rate can be explained by the high level of complexity of the questionnaire. The reduced completion rate with respect to the pilot phase is a possible outcome during this type of surveys. First, it should be kept in mind that there are important behavioural differences not only between countries, but between panel members in individual countries.

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