CERELCentre de Ressources en Langues (French: Language Resource Center)
CERELCentre Européen de Recherche et Enseignement Laitier (French: European Center for Dairy Research and Education)
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"We've really struggled to have significant funding for suicide (research and prevention), and stigma has really gotten in the way of being able to talk about it openly and have conversations that can lead to changing of public health behaviors," Cerel told The Nation's Health.
Upon his appointment, Abdou said, "A key objective of CEREL is to enhance the role and visibility of universities as premier institutions for carrying out cutting-edge fundamental and applied research on all aspects of energy production, transmission, storage, and utilization that can lead to innovative and practical solutions for a sustainable energy future.
Cerel, Roberts, and Nilsen (2005) found that adolescents who are exposed to peer suicide are more likely to have suicidal thoughts and attempts and to engage in other destructive behavior, such as substance use.
Similar findings were reported more recently by Julie Cerel, Ph.D.,
For example, an inquiry into post-parental death included 318 parent-bereaved children aged 5-17 (Fristad, Cerel, Goldman, Weller, & Weller, 2001).
As the transfer deadline merry go round begins, Barnsley boss Danny Wilson is hoping to complete the pounds 250,000 signing of Dutch pair Laurens Ten Heuvel and Cerel van der Velden from Den Bosh today.
Although most children who experience the death of a parent are thought to adequately adjust within one year (Worden & Silverman, 1996), a number of them experience significant depressive symptoms, social withdrawal, and academic difficulties long after the death (Cerel, Fristad, Veducci, Weller, & Weller, 2006).
Further, Cerel, Roberts, and Nilsen (2005) found that adolescents who experienced a peer suicide attempt were almost four times more likely to report a personal attempted suicide than an unexposed peer, and those who experienced a successful attempt of a peer were nine times as likely to report their own attempt.