EPSEEducational Psychology and Special Education
EPSEExtrapyramidal Side-Effects (antipsychotic medications)
EPSEEtablissements Publics Socio-Educatifs (French: Socio-Educational Public Institutions)
EPSEEuropean Polycarbonate Sheet Extruders (est. 2003; Brussels, Belgium)
EPSEExecutive Program for Scientists and Engineers (University of California, San Diego)
EPSEEarth and Planetary Science Express (covers current articles in Elsevier Science Journals)
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(15) It is also advocated that antipsychotic use in children with DGS should 'start low and go slow', to prevent EPSE and other metabolic side effects.
Therefore, the potential value of the EPSE Scale is that it gives providers an objective method to identify any underlying problems experienced by parents, which may not be immediately obvious but could inhibit treatment effectiveness if not properly addressed.
El proyecto esta en desarrollo desde 2010 con participacion de la empresa EPSE. El objetivo es servir a la mina y aprovisionar comunidades aisladas.
imported from other sources, the EPSE's spokesperson, Alemayehu Tsegaye declined to name.
Laurie-Ann Hellsten, EPSE, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7N 0X1.
Functional disability among elderly Blacks and Whites in two diverse areas: The New Haven and North Carolina EPSE. American Journal of Public Health 85(7), 994-998.
Table 8 presents estimates of the expansion path scale economies, EPSE. We calculated asymptotic standard errors using the gradient approximation procedure.
Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Kathryn Wolff Heller, Georgia State University, Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education (EPSE), University Plaza, Atlanta, GA 30303; e-mail: kheller@gsu.edu
The CMP faculty has now expanded their collaboration to include faculty from three departments: Educational Policy Studies (EPS), Educational Psychology and Special Education (EPSE), and Early Childhood Education (ECE).
Findings from more than 11,000 persons aged 67 to 105 years who participated in the Established Populations for Epidemiologic Studies of the Elderly (EPSE) from 1984 through 1993 suggest that vitamins E and C may be effective in reducing all-cause and coronary heart disease mortality.[12] Analysis of data revealed a risk reduction in coronary heart disease mortality of 53% among older adults consuming supplements of both vitamins C and E.
17 Ortega, 1: "Se consideramo de tutte le arte et scientie da lo intelletto nostro ritrovate Magnifico Signore: la utilita la quale a noi e data per cognitione e l'uso de quelle fra tutte ritroveremo le mathematiche discipline et de epse specialmente la arithmetica et geometria como summamente necessarie.