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They are referring to chronic (long-lasting) influences on acute (immediate) risk of suicide (this is relevant because they're talking about immediate intervention steps to take; if you were interested in epidemiology instead you might instead consider chronic risk of suicide, say over years or decades). If we were talking about heart health instead, you ...


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The best practices regarding neurodevelopmental issues are inter and transdisciplinary, consider this example. The pediatrician is usually the first practitioner to see the patient, he should suspect and make a screening test, a psychologist might then perform a diagnostic evaluation. People with ASD have increased risk of epilepsy so an EEG might then be ...


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I generated some arbitrary data that might be a little similar to theirs (though I've only included x-values up to 4) to show how this might happen: R code to do this: library(tidyverse) N <- 10 a <- data.frame(x=0,y=rnorm(N,mean=log(1),sd=.5)) b <- data.frame(x=1,y=rnorm(N,mean=log(1.07),sd=.5)) c <- data.frame(x=2,y=rnorm(N,mean=log(1.29),sd=...


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