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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
Old World monkey
(35 times)
Molecular Biology
(12 times)
NWM (7 times)
CM (3 times)
EVs (3 times)
1994 Intronic gene conversion in the evolution of human X-linked color vision genes.
occipital white matter
(10 times)
Diagnostic Imaging
(2 times)
FWM (7 times)
ADC (3 times)
BG (3 times)
1993 Evaluation of myelination by means of the T2 value on magnetic resonance imaging.
one-with-many
(3 times)
Psychology
(2 times)
APIM (1 time)
2011 The therapeutic alliance in adolescent substance abuse treatment: a one-with-many analysis.
object working memory
(1 time)
Brain
(1 time)
CRM (1 time)
SSVEP (1 time)
2009 A steady state visually evoked potential investigation of memory and ageing.
One-With-Many analyses
(1 time)
Health Services
(1 time)
--- 2019 Interpersonal trust in doctor-patient relation: Evidence from dyadic analysis and association with quality of dyadic communication.
Online weight management
(1 time)
Natural Science Disciplines
(1 time)
--- 2015 Social embeddedness in an online weight management programme is linked to greater weight loss.
ordinary western medicines
(1 time)
Occupational Medicine
(1 time)
CAM (1 time)
2005 [Use of complementary and alternative medicines among factory workers: investigation of workers in manufacturing].
Organic Waste Market
(1 time)
Environmental Health
(1 time)
SPR (2 times)
AD (1 time)
CSS (1 time)
2013 Energy efficacy used to score organic refuse pretreatment processes for hydrogen anaerobic production.
Overlapping Waves Model
(1 time)
Cognitive Science
(1 time)
ICC's (1 time)
IRT (1 time)
LGM (1 time)
2015 A new visualization and conceptualization of categorical longitudinal development: measurement invariance and change.