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Simon Michael Werden Lejeune, M.D.

Concepts (37)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Soccer120171090.630 Why?
Universities220178690.410 Why?
Athletic Injuries1201711170.340 Why?
Adolescent Development120112860.330 Why?
Brain Concussion1201711520.330 Why?
Psychotic Disorders1201726690.260 Why?
Students1201115430.210 Why?
Equine-Assisted Therapy1202050.210 Why?
Horses120202970.190 Why?
Veterans2202020770.180 Why?
Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic2202037360.130 Why?
Bipolar Disorder1201149980.130 Why?
Military Personnel1202010000.120 Why?
Program Evaluation1202025600.100 Why?
Directive Counseling120111750.100 Why?
Patient Satisfaction1202033960.080 Why?
Affect1201114970.060 Why?
Psychotherapy1201115220.060 Why?
New Hampshire120201890.050 Why?
Patient Education as Topic1201123710.050 Why?
Adaptation, Psychological1201124640.050 Why?
Mental Processes120202540.050 Why?
Young Adult22017560520.040 Why?
Health Status1201140110.040 Why?
Stress, Psychological1201141510.040 Why?
Self Concept1202010150.030 Why?
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders1202020550.030 Why?
Age Factors12011192950.030 Why?
Adult320202114000.030 Why?
Interpersonal Relations1202014190.030 Why?
Male320203524650.020 Why?
Emotions1202023190.020 Why?
Humans420206866630.020 Why?
Adolescent12011849570.010 Why?
Female220203754590.010 Why?
Animals120201708490.010 Why?
Middle Aged120202164680.000 Why?
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