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communication, such as email or social networks ( Young, 1998 ). We have decided to investigate one of the consequences of IGD that is social isolation and impairment in interpersonal relationships. This was done using the sensitivity to social rejection or

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Balázs Nemes, Réka P. Szabó, László Bidiga, Károly Kalmár Nagy, Lóránt Illésy, and Anikó Szilvási

organ transplantation. Nova Science Publishers, New York, NY, 2015; pp. 487–533. 5 Wan SS, Ying TD, Wyburn K, et al. The treatment of antibody-mediated rejection in kidney

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Qureshi, F., Rabb, H., Kasiske, B. L.: Silent acute rejection during prolonged delayed graft function reduces kidney allograft survival. Transplantation, 2002, 74 (10), 1400–1404. 6

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Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Balázs Nemes, Zsolt Kanyári, Gergely Zádori, Lajos Zsom, Mariann Berhés, Mátyás Hamar, Krisztina Kóbor, and Antal Péter

Abbreviations AMR antibody-mediated rejection CMV cytomegalovirus

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: Sz. Gy. Szerencsés, S. Beszédes, Zs. László, G. Veréb, D. Szalay, Zs. Hovorkáné Horváth, C. Hodúr, G. Rákhely, and Sz. Kertész

protein rejection rates and high permeate fluxes ( Luo et al., 2012a ). However, modification and fabrication of UF and NF membranes have a growing tendency, fouling is still the main problem of the wider application ( Wang et al., 2019 ). Work of

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, Wegmann, & Brand, 2018 ; Mallorquí-Bagué et al., 2017 ). This study aims to provide empirical evidence for the theory underlying this research, namely parental acceptance–rejection theory (PARTheory; Rohner, Khaleque, & Cournoyer, 2012 ) and core

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–47. Halloran, P. F., Wadgymar, A., Ritchie, S., et al.: The significance of the anti-class I antibody response. I. Clinical and pathologic features of anti-class I-mediated rejection. Transplantation, 1990, 49 (1), 85

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.: Recurrence and rejection rates following corneal transplantation for herpes simplex keratitis. Acta Ophthalmol. Scand., 1995, 73 , 29–32. Ehlers N. Recurrence and rejection rates following

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adolescents with clinically diagnosed PIU reported lower paternal and maternal emotional warmth and higher rejection and overinvolvement when compared to healthy controls ( Xiuqin et al., 2010 ). In the case of parental control, the results are less clear. The

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We investigated whether there is an association between autistic traits in the broader phenotype and the ability to compute scalar implicatures. Previous studies found that the frequency of autistic traits is higher in students of science than of humanities. Here we recorded the frequency of rejection of underinformative scalar items in students enrolled either in a science or in a humanities curriculum and assessed their autistic traits using the Autism-Spectrum Quotient questionnaire. We found that rejections were less frequent in science curricula students than in humanities curricula students. Moreover, rejections were associated negatively with autistic traits and positively with performance on Theory-of-Mind tasks. These findings suggest that autism cognitive phenotype is negatively associated with a propensity to spontaneously derive scalar implicatures.

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