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Heena Manglani, M.A.

Concepts (20)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Integrative Medicine12022870.800 Why?
Multiple Sclerosis1202230080.320 Why?
Neurodegenerative Diseases120229580.120 Why?
Attention1202224140.110 Why?
Caregivers1202219140.100 Why?
Stress, Psychological1202241610.080 Why?
Adaptation, Psychological2202225470.050 Why?
Clinical Trials, Phase I as Topic120223270.050 Why?
Clinical Trials, Phase II as Topic120226330.050 Why?
Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic2202295780.040 Why?
Neoplasms12022205720.030 Why?
Emotions1202224510.030 Why?
Intensive Care Units1202234480.020 Why?
Research Design1202258830.020 Why?
Humans420227172800.020 Why?
Depression1202272800.010 Why?
Quality of Life12022117580.010 Why?
Aged, 80 and over12022585280.010 Why?
Adolescent12022851430.010 Why?
Aged120221628620.010 Why?
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