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Development of large-scale functional networks over the lifespan
We investigated the development of large-scale functional networks over the lifespan by examining resting MEG of 53 healthy participants aged 18 - 89. Results show differential developments across the lifespan for low and ...
Victims of rape show increased cortisol responses to trauma reminders: a study in individuals with war- and torture-related PTSD
Previous work on the cortisol response to stressors related to previous traumas in PTSD has yielded inconsistent results. We investigated whether the type of the trauma experienced has an effect on cortisol responses to ...
Biological memory of childhood maltreatment - current knowledge and recommendations for future research
Child maltreatment (CM) leads to detrimental and lifelong psychological and physiological alterations - building a biological memory of CM, which might even be transmitted to the next generation. After summarizing current ...
Increased cortisol concentrations in hair of severely traumatized Ugandan individuals with PTSD
The influence of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) on cortisol levels is not yet clear. We examined long-term cortisol levels in severely traumatized survivors of the Northern Uganda civil war - 10 individuals with and ...
Handling constraints in optimal control with saturation functions and system extension
The paper presents a systematic approach to transform a general inequality-constrained optimal control problem (OCP) into a new equality-constrained one by means of saturation functions. The transformed OCP can be handled ...