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Diagram of wearable sensor based rehabilitation assessment steps.
Review of developments made in the field of post-stroke rehabilitation using wearable devices for data collection and machine learning algorithms for exercise evaluation.
Diverse hunks of science information successfully reduce global warming denial. Scientific literacy in climate change education crucially facilitates acceptance. Directly addressing climate misinformation is useful in climate change cognition.
The Campbell paradigm, in which a particular behavior is controlled by a single reason or goal, is presented in the context of climate change mitigation.
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Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, Volume 42, December 2021

Environmental values and identities are consistent motivators of climate action.
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Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, Volume 42, December 2021

Emotions are major drivers of climate change perceptions and actions, and positive and negative emotional communications can promote sustainable behavior.
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Journal of Aging Studies, Volume 59, December 2021

This article focuses on how dance can increase the quality of life of those living with Parkinson's.
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Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, Volume 65, December 2021

Intelligent data mining as a fast way to find new purposes for existing drugs.
UN Human Rights Day 2021 campaign photo

Human Rights Day is observed every year on 10 December — the day the United Nations General Assembly adopted, in 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).

December 3rd celebrates International Day of People with Disabilities. Together, we can fight for the rights of people with disabilities in the post-COVID era. Elsevier is proud to offer a free access special issue with over 50 book chapters and journal articles dedicated to fighting for the rights of people with disabilities in the post-COVID era.
For International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2021, Stacy Masucci, publisher for bioscience and translational medicine at Elsevier speaks to Richard Mankin and Kate Nash about the challenges, barriers and opportunities for people who live with disabilities in the context of the global pandemic.

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