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Daniel Ian Gittins Stone, Ph.D.

Concepts (17)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Self-Injurious Behavior120173590.540 Why?
Adolescent Behavior3201912150.300 Why?
Crime Victims220183200.290 Why?
Bullying120181660.170 Why?
Risk-Taking1201910070.130 Why?
Sexual Behavior1201917420.100 Why?
Cross-Sectional Studies22019197370.060 Why?
Case-Control Studies12017209930.050 Why?
Electronics120181320.050 Why?
Adolescent42019813770.050 Why?
Violence120189210.030 Why?
Risk Factors12017657890.030 Why?
Female420193597670.020 Why?
Humans420196483300.020 Why?
Depression1201862610.010 Why?
Adult120192033850.000 Why?
Male120193390260.000 Why?
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