kaver

kaver

[′kā·vər]
(meteorology)
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Barak Rosenzweig, MD; Yoram Mor, MD; Tomer Erlich, MD; Menachem Laufer, MD; Harry Winkler, MD; Issac Kaver, MD; Jacob Ramon, MD; Zohar A.
(21.) Greenstein A, Mabjeesh NJ, Sofer M, Kaver I, Matzkin H, Chen J.
Many counselors acknowledge that treating individuals with borderline personality disorder (BPD) traits is stressful (Melchior, Bours, Schmitz, & Wittich, 1997; Perseius, Kaver, Ekdahl, Asberg, & Samuelsson, 2007) and that experiencing high levels of occupational stress is very conducive to burnout (Jenkins & Elliott, 2004).
For example, there is some empirical support for intensive single-session treatment with adults with spider phobias (Hellstrom & Ost, 1995), blood-injection-injury phobias (Hellstrom, Fellenius, & Ost, 1996; Ost, Hellstrom, & Kaver, 1992), and flying phobias (Ost, Brandberg, & Alm, 1997).
(9.) Pode D, Shapiro A, Wald M, Nativ 0, Laufer M, Kaver I.
Kaver, Cespedes, Fonseca y Salazar (1997), indican que despues de los 20 anos y hasta los 70, se produce una reduccion de la masa muscular entre el 30 y 40%.
Presentation by authors, writers and journalists specialising in Echelon-related issues: Duncan CAMPBELL (UK), Christian MASS (Germany), Christian SCHUZKI-HADDOUTI (Germany), Bo ELKJAER (Denmark), Denan SEEBERG (Denmark), Jose KAVER (Netherlands), Jean GUISNEL (France)- Women's Rights and Equal Opportunities: Monday 22.