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МнениеПуснато на: Вто Мар 13, 2007 2:46 pm    Заглавие:    

Study shows why exercise boosts brainpower

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Exercise boosts brainpower by building new brain cells in a brain region linked with memory and memory loss, U.S. researchers reported on Monday.
Tests on mice showed they grew new brain cells in a brain region called the dentate gyrus, a part of the hippocampus that is known to be affected in the age-related memory decline that begins around age 30 for most humans.
The researchers used magnetic resonance imaging scans to help document the process in mice -- and then used MRIs to look at the brains of people before and after exercise.
They found the same patterns, which suggests that people also grow new brain cells when they exercise.
"No previous research has systematically examined the different regions of the hippocampus and identified which region is most affected by exercise," Dr. Scott Small, a neurologist at Columbia University Medical Center in New York who led the study, said in a statement.
Writing in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the researchers said they first tested mice.
Brain expert Fred Gage, of the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California, had shown that exercise can cause the development of new brain cells in the mouse equivalent of the dentate gyrus.
The teams worked together to find a way to measure this using MRI, by tracking cerebral blood volume.
"Once these findings were established in mice, we were interested in determining how exercise affects the hippocampal cerebral blood volume maps of humans," they wrote.
They of course could not dissect the brains of people to see if new neurons grew, but they could use MRI to have a peek.
They recruited 11 healthy adults and made them undergo a three-month aerobic exercise regimen.
They did MRIs of their brains before and after. They also measured the fitness of each volunteer by measuring oxygen volume before and after the training program.
Exercise generated blood flow to the dentate gyrus of the people, and the more fit a person got, the more blood flow the MRI detected, the researchers found.
"The remarkable similarities between the exercise-induced cerebral blood volume changes in the hippocampal formation of mice and humans suggest that the effect is mediated by similar mechanisms," they wrote.
"Our next step is to identify the exercise regimen that is most beneficial to improve cognition and reduce normal memory loss, so that physicians may be able to prescribe specific types of exercise to improve memory," Small said.
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МнениеПуснато на: Пон Май 07, 2007 12:54 pm    Заглавие:  

THE TRUTH ABOUT EATING DISORDERS:
Tuesday night (May 8 ) HealthyPlace. com chat conference


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Are you dealing with anorexia or bulimia? Maybe you have a daughter or son,
sister or brother, wife or husband with an eating disorder? Or a friend or
co-worker?

You need to join us Tuesday night. We're going to get to the bottom of what
really causes an eating disorder (hint: it's not models in ads) and what it
takes to recover.

Our guest is Aimee Liu, author of the new book "Gaining: The Truth About
Eating Disorders." Aimee suffered from severe anorexia as a teen, thought
she had recovered, then faced a severe relapse in her 40s. Now she says "I'm
fully recovered."

She'll talk about her personal experiences and maybe, more importantly, what
she found out through interviewing the top eating disorders researchers and
treatment professionals in the world. What Aimee has to say could very well
help you or your loved one.

The chat starts at 9 pm Eastern, 8 pm Central, 7 pm Mountain, 6 pm Pacific
(-4 GMT). There is no charge to participate and our guest will be taking
your personal questions.

Our chat link is: http://chat. healthyplace. com

and if you don't have a username/password, just click the "register" link on
top of the page.

All of us at HealthyPlace. com wish you a pleasant weekend. Feel free to pass
this email onto others you think might benefit and we hope to see you at the
chat on Tuesday night.

Oh! And did I mention that we'll be giving away some free copies of Aimee
Liu's new book.

Thank you,
Deborah
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МнениеПуснато на: Нед Май 20, 2007 12:15 pm    Заглавие:  

The International Society for Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection and the School of Primary Education, University of Crete, Greece, have the pleasure to officially announce that the 2nd International Congress on Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection will be held in Rethymno town on the island of Crete (at the University of Crete), from July 3rd – 6th, 2008.


For more information, please visit the Congress website: www.isipar08. org or contact Prof. Elias Kourkoutas, President of the Organizing Committee, at hkourk@edc.uoc. gr.
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МнениеПуснато на: Нед Юни 24, 2007 9:41 am    Заглавие:  

ICTP-2008
Third International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology
(Note that this conference was previously known as ICOPE.)
July 12-16, 2008, St. Petersburg, Russia.
http://www.ictp-2008.spb.ru/

Would you like to learn innovative teaching techniques and course content updates from an international perspective? The conference is designed for teachers of psychology in all educational settings, including high schools, undergraduate colleges, and graduate programs. Participants will explore new ideas to enhance and broaden their teaching skills. The Conference will provide an atmosphere that supports individual involvement and group interaction. Presentation formats will be diverse and provide many opportunities for informal exchange, networking, and professional development.

Themes of the Conference
The following general and specific topics will be included in the program:
General Topics
1. The system of psychology teaching (curriculum and method) in every country
2. Teaching psychology: goals, outcomes, curriculum, and methods
3. The best practices in all educational settings
4. Continuing education in psychology
5. Teaching of psychology for professionals in different fields of practice
Experience with Basic (Core) Courses
6. Introductory psychology
7. Research methods and statistics
8. Experimental psychology
9. Biological psychology
10. Cognitive psychology
11. Developmental psychology
12. Personality and individual differences
13. Abnormal psychology
14. Social psychology
15. Cross-cultural psychology
16. History and systems of psychology
Experience with Advanced Courses
17. Clinical psychology
18. Health psychology
19. Counseling psychology
20. Industrial and organizational psychology
21. Human factors
22. Psychology in business and economics
23. Human relations
24. Community psychology
25. Educational and school psychology
26. Forensic psychology
27. Sport psychology
28. Gender and sexuality
29. Innovations in curriculum
Experience Across the Curriculum
30. The best methods of classroom instruction
31. Classroom demonstrations and activities
32. Service learning and internships in psychology
33. Research-based methods of teaching psychology
34. The scholarship of teaching and learning
35. Distance teaching and learning: Internet, on-line, and digital cables
This is not an exhaustive list of topics for the Conference. Almost any topic concerning the teaching of psychology can be included, and the program will be modified depending on participants’ contributions and interests.

Call for submissions:
Abstracts are being accepted for the Third International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology (ICTP-2008) to be held July 12-16, 2008, in St. Petersburg, Russia. Conference web site: http://www.ictp-2008.spb.ru/

Cultural Program
Excursions, sightseeing, and performances in St. Petersburg
As was true for the First Conference in St. Petersburg, special social and cultural programs will be included throughout the conference. These activities will be designed to familiarize participants with Russian culture and to encourage networking.

The official language of the conference is English, although concurrent sessions in Russian or other languages may be included by special arrangement with the organizers.

Sponsors of the Conference
St. Petersburg Psychological Society
St. Petersburg State University
Leningrad State University

More information about this conference is available at:
http://www.ictp-2008.spb.ru/

Cordially,
Victor Karandashev, Ph.D.,
Professor, Chair of the Conference

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МнениеПуснато на: Чет Авг 09, 2007 9:14 am    Заглавие:  

Plamen Dimitrov: There is no network of experts to render psychological assistance to the people injured in disasters

9 August 2007 | 09:17 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. People think about psychologists too late whern there is a disaster in Bulgaria. There is no network of psychologists in Bulgaria to render psychological assistance to the people affected. There is no experience, there is no training of experts to cope with crisis situations, the Chairman of the Psychologists association in Bulgaria Plamen Dimitrov said in an interview for FOCUS News Agency.
According to Dimitrov, about 30 psychologists would respond immediately if asked in such occasions.
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Bulgarians Are champions in work stress

Sofia. Italians, Bulgarians and Greeks are most prone to work stress among EU citizens, according to a survey conducted by European Foundation and cited by the English-language online version of Standart daily. The Finns, Dutch and Danes, reportedly, are among those who feel best in their offices. Sixty-three percent of the polled Italians answer they are under stress at their working places. The Italians are followed closely by the Bulgarians - 62.8% and the Greeks - 62.7%. Then there are the Portuguese - 59.4%, the Slovaks - 55.1%, the Cypriots - 53.9%, the Poles - 53.5%, the Germans - 51.1, the Austrians - 43.6%, the Spanish - 43.6%, the British - 41.1%, the Czechs - 40% and the French - 38.4%.
According to the survey, over a fifth of the Europeans get home after work so tired that they could do nothing requiring physical efforts. More than a half of the Europeans believe they devote more energy to their work than to their spare time and family. Every seventh EU citizen thinks his or her job is very boring. Europeans are very much afraid of losing their job. The Germans, Poles and the French fear this thought the most.
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МнениеПуснато на: Съб Сеп 15, 2007 10:11 am    Заглавие:  

EFPSA

Dear colleagues,
The Faculty of Law and History of the South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, the Department of Psychology, and the Association of Young Psychologists in Bulgaria “4th April” are pleased to kindly invite You to participate in the INTERNATIONAL MEETING OF YOUNG PSYCHOLOGISTS, entitled “Young Psychologists – Ideas - Possibilities - Future”, which will be held on 28 - 30 September 2007 in Blagoevgrad , Bulgaria. The main goal of this meeting is to promote the idea of collaboration, as well as sharing experience, knowledge and ideas between young specialists in psychology.

Undergraduates and postgraduates, students, assistants, young scientists, and psychologists – practitioners, all at age under 35 are able to participate in the meeting.
The organizers are looking forward to receiving your applications (individually or on behalf of an organization), and your abstracts. The deadline is 01.09.2007.
All presented papers will be published in a collection and will be sent to you after the meeting is over.

The participation fee (per person) is as follows:
For presenters (with paper):
If you pay until 15th August 2007, - 20 Euro.
After this date the participation fee is 40 Euro
Other Atendance/Guest(without paper):
Until 31st July - 10 Euro
After 1st August until 15th September – 20 Euro
After 16th September – 30 Euro
The fee has to be paid by bank transfer. (For More details please refer to the information below.)
The fee covers your participation tax, accommodation, final collection, excursion, party expenditure, and percent of your daily meals.
Place mark carefully the period you are about to reside at the application form you fill.
All that have applied should be informed later about the details for participation.
Presenting scientific reports as a content of the meeting will take place according to schedule. The sessions are:
Innovational and alternative methods in psychology
Work and organizational psychology
Health psychology
Experimental psychology
Children and youth psychology
Social, public and political psychology*
*some of the sessions may vary due to your interest in multiple psychological areas. Be free to send your suggestions!

The program of the International meeting is:

27.09.2007

13.00 -18.00 - Registration

28. 09.2007

09.00 -10.00 – Registration
10.00 – 10.30 – Official opening
10.30 – 12.30 – First session of the scientific conference
12.30 - 13.30 – Lunch
13.30 – 16.00 – Second session of the scientific conference (1st part)
16.00 – 16.30 – Coffee break
16.30 – 18.00 - Second session of the scientific conference (2nd part)

29.09.2007

08.00 – 09.00 - Breakfast
09.00 – 10.30 - Third session of the scientific conference (1st part)
10.30 – 10.45 - Coffee break
10.45 – 12.00 – Third session of the scientific conference (2nd part)
12.00 – 13.00 – Lunch
13.00 – 14.00 – Short movie’s presentation
14.00 – 16.00 - Fourth session of the scientific conference (1st part)
16.00 – 16.30 – Coffee break
16.30 – 18.00 – Fourth session of the scientific conference (2nd part)
18.30 – 21.30 – Award ceremony followed by Cocktail party
22.00 – Student party
30. 09.2007
09.00 – 10.00 – Breakfast
10.00 – 13.00 – Workshop. Subject: “Young psychologists networking for collaboration… is it possible?”
13.00 – 14.00 – Lunch
14.00 – Sightseeing of the South-West university, Blagoevgrad, and of its region (The town of Melnik and the Rojen Monastery)

Two competitions are offered to Your attention as follows:
Short movies presentation – It will be nice of you to show us your university in a different and original way. Set free your imagination and make a movie about your student’s life and studying places. The best of all will have the awardJ
Essay contest. Topic: “Psychology of tomorrow” 300 -350 words The awards ceremony will be held in the cocktail party during the second evening (29th September)

If you have any questions or own suggestions, concerning the organization or the meeting, please feel free to send them to the E-mail given behind.
Contacts:
SWU “Neofit Rilski”
Faculty of Law and History
Department of Psychology
2700 Blagoevgrad
66 Ivan Mihailov Av.
www.law.swu.bg www.4april.org (information in the web sites will be placed soon J )
e-mail: smpb@abv.bg
phone/fax +35973889174
mobile:+359887206990 +359887630082
Organizational secretaries:
Borislav Slavchov – president of AYPB “4th April”
Boris Petkov - International Secretary of AYPB “4th April”
Petar Petrov – Public Relations Secretary of AYPB “4th April”

Requirements needed for presentation of the papers
Language - English
Font: Times New Roman
Font Size: 12
Page Setup- Top: 20 mm, Bottom: 10 mm, Left: 20 mm, Right: 20 mm.
Paper Size - A4.
Line spacing: Single.
Format, Paragraph, Special: First Line, By: 1 cm.
Title - Font Size 14, Center, Bold.
A blank row.
Author’ (authors’) name and surname - Font Size 12, Centre.
A blank row.
Abstract in English, Font Size 10, Italic, 5-6 rows.
Key words in English, Font Size 10, Italic, 1-2 rows.
A blank row.
Text of the paper - Font Size 12.
After the references – Author’ (authors’) full name, academic rank, scientific degree, workplace, tel. number, e-mail.
The figures (black and white) should be made with some of the widespread software, should be integrated with the text, and must have their own numbers and their own titles under them, Center.
The tables should have their own numbers and their own titles over them, Right.
The formulas should have their own numbers – a digit in round brackets, Right.
The references in the text should be marked by means of a digit in square brackets.
The references should be in an alphabetical order by the surname of the first author under the terms of the standard.
The pages should not be numbered.
General size – no more than 7 pages, abstract included.

Payment details
How to pay the fees

Bank transfer
Beneficiary:
South-West University
Beneficiary bank:
International Asset Bank,
Branch Blagoevgrad,
Bulgaria
Account No:
IBAN: BG 85 IABG 7458 3100 2111 02 - BGL
IBAN: BG 66 IABG 7458 3400 2111 04 - EUR

Address:
5 Yanko Zabunov Street,
2700 Blagoevgrad,
Bulgaria
BIC (SWIFT) Code:
IABGBGSF
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Ivan Igov, school psychologist: Three categories of people become teachers

24 September 2007 | 14:18 | FOCUS News Agency

Sofia. Today three types of people become teachers – ones who cannot find a job, ones who are idealists, ones to whom profession is a hobby and live on the income of their spouse or from private business, school psychologist and teacher Ivan Igov told FOCUS News Agency in an interview. Many of the parents who are now protesting that children stay at home, perhaps don’t realize that the child at school that has been raised by a teacher cannot be taught to adequate social skills and life success. Every parent wants their child to go to school to make knowledge and be prepared for life, but when the knowledge is given by teachers who cannot manage their own lives, then what do children learn?, Igov commented.
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МнениеПуснато на: Сря Окт 10, 2007 3:14 pm    Заглавие:  

Bulgarians experience cultural differences much harder than Europeans do: psychologist

Sofia. The issue of how critical we are to our own attitude and culture is extremely important. Speaking about how a person sees himself and about the culture as a phenomenon – how we see ourselves as a nation and how well this nation is successful are two different things, psychologist Vladimir Bostandzhiev told FOCUS News Agency in an interview. He believes that after Bulgaria’s EU accession Bulgarians experience the cultural differences from the Europeans much harder. ‘Unfortunately, our culture is very traditional, quite patriarchal as compared with the European one’, he says. Wednesday is the world day of psychic health.
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МнениеПуснато на: Нед Окт 21, 2007 12:10 pm    Заглавие: General Meeting, EAESP, Croatia 2008  

The next General Meeting of the EAESP will take place in Opatija (Croatia)
from June 10-14, 2008.


Here are some words welcome from the chair of the organising committee, Dinka
Corkalo: Optaija is one of the top destinations on the beautiful Adriatic costline. The
region and city are renowned for their pleasant climate, crystal clear sea, excellent wines and
gastronomy. It is no wonder that the first tourists were the European nobility who, having discovered this
picturesque place, started building villas to enjoy the sun and the sea. Today, this Riviera can be
conveniently accessed from Rijeka Airport (20 minutes) that is served by several low-budget carriers.
Also, Opatija can be reached in less than two hours by road from airports in Zagreb (Croatia), Ljubljana
(Slovenia) and Trieste (Italy). It is also within driving distance of Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy,
and Hungary. The Hotel Ambassador and the Grand Hotel Four Flowers, which are only five minutes
walking distance apart, will serve as the conference venues. These, as well as most of the other hotels,
are located on the seafront, with private beaches and a short walk from the town's main attractions.

The scientific program is not the only reason to participate in the
conference. The social program will offer an insight into the local culture, visits to the nearby attractions and
evening entertainment. There will also be attractive pre- and post-conference tours to destinations such as
Venice (Italy), the unique Plitvice Lakes National Park (a UNESCO World Heritage location), the
monumental Postojna Caves (Slovenia) and the Istra peninsula. You could also visit one of the thousand
Adriatic islands for a relaxing week. The weather in June should be sunny, with daytime temperatures
of 20-23 degrees Celsius.

Anything you may want to know about the 15th General Meeting in more detail
(travel, accommodation etc.) is available on the website:
http://www.eaesp200 8.com

This website can also be accessed via a link of the Associations website:
http://www.eaesp. org

Submissions can be made by the General Meeting website until November 1, 2007.

************ ********* ********* **
EAESP - Executive Officer
Sibylle Classen
P.O. Box 420 143
D-48068 Muenster
Germany

Fax: +49-2533-281144
e-mail: sibylle@eaesp. org
website: http://www.eaesp. org
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THE REGIONAL CONFERENCE OF PSYCHOLOGY - 2009

Southeastern Europe Looking Ahead - http://rcp2009.wordpress.com/
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МнениеПуснато на: Нед Ное 30, 2008 10:34 pm    Заглавие:  

Dear Colleagues,

it is our pleasure to announce the 2009

Summer School on
Meta-Analysis and Research Synthesis in Personality Psychology

supported by the European Association for Personality Psychology (EAPP) and the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences (ISSID). The Summer School will be held during the week of August 24 to 28 at the Oppurg Castle in Germany (see: http://schloss- oppurg.cjd. de/public/ 3082/bilder/ index.php).

For detailed information, please see the Call for Application below. You may also download a copy (pdf file) from:

http://www.uni- bielefeld. de/psychologie/ ae/AE04/HOMEPAGE /ostendorf/ Download/ EAPP/Call_ for_Application_ Summer_School_ Meta_Analysis. pdf

The Summer School will be organized by Dr. Kristin Mitte, Department of Psychology, University of Jena, Germany.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact Kirstin Mitte (mail@kristin- mitte.de) or visit the web site at "http://www. uni-jena. de/diffpsy_ summerschool09. html".

We would be grateful if you would forward this announcement to interested students at your department.

Best regards

Frosso Motti-Stefanidi
President of EAPP

Kristin Mitte
Organizer of the Summer School

Fritz Ostendorf
Secretary of EAPP

Kristin Mitte's address:
Kristin Mitte
University of Jena
Dept. of Psychology
Humboldtstr. 11
07743 Jena
Germany
Phone: +49-(0)3641- 945164
Fax: +49-(0)3641- 945162
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THE 2009 SUMMER INSTITUTE IN POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
at Stanford University from July 12 – July 31, 2009
Stanford University is very pleased to announce that it will host the 2009
Summer Institute in Political Psychology, continuing an annual tradition
that was started by Margaret Hermann at Ohio State University in 1991 and
moved to Stanford in 2005.
The Summer Institute will offer 3 weeks of training in political
psychology for up to 60 participants, including graduate students, faculty,
professionals, and advanced undergraduates. The activities will include
lectures by world-class faculty, discussion groups, research/interest group
meetings, group projects, and an array of social activities.
Political psychology is an exciting and thriving sub-disciplinary
specialty that explores the origins of political behavior and the causes of
political events, with a special focus on the psychological mechanisms at
work. The principal contributors to the field include political scientists,
psychologists, sociologists, psychiatrists, and other researchers who cross
bridges between disciplines in efforts to enrich their scholarship.
For detailed information and to apply, visit this website:
http://www.stanford .edu/group/ sipp
For the best chance to be admitted, submit your application as soon as
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16th International Summer School

in
Cognitive Science
NBU, Sofia, July 6-23, 2009

Courses

Michael Spivey ( Cornell University , USA ) – Embodied Cognition

Rob Goldstone ( Indiana University , USA ) Collective Behavior

Roger Thompson ( Franklin & Marshall College , USA ) – Comparative Approaches to Cognition: Knowing Other Animal Minds

Edward Necka ( Jagellonian University , Cracow , Poland ) – Individual Differences in Cognitive Processes

Randall C. O'Reilly ( University of Colorado , USA ) Computational Cognitive Neuroscience

Adele Diamond ( University of British Columbia , Canada ) – Prefrontal cortex executive functions: Genetic and environmental influences and clinical implications.

Tom Ward ( University of Alabama , USA ) – Creative Cognition in Real and Virtual Worlds

Boicho Kokinov (New Bulgarian University ) – Analogy and Cognition

Participant Symposium

In addition to the courses, the participants can present their own doctoral projects and or results from their research. Submit a two page abstract by April 30th.

2nd Analogy Conference

Participants in the Summer School will have the unique chance to participate in the 2nd Analogy Conference without further costs. All main researchers in the field will be presenting at that conference.

Organised by the New Bulgarian University

Endorsed and Sponsored by:

* the Cognitive Science Society and
* European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP)

Application deadline: March 1st, 2009

New Bulgarian University

Central and East European Center for Cognitive Science

e-mail: school@cogs. nbu.bg

Web page: http://nbu.bg/ cogs/events/ ss2009.html
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МнениеПуснато на: Чет Яну 15, 2009 11:31 am    Заглавие:  

Dear Colleague,

We are pleased to invite you to take part in:

3th International Research Conference LANGUAGE, INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY IN THE MODERN WORLD
7 – 11 September, Sunny Beach resort, Bulgaria
http://www.scienceb g.net/symposiums /ru/humanities. html

For more detailed information (including guidelines, themes, submission and registration forms) please visit: http://symposiums. sciencebg. net

To submit a paper, a round table or to volunteer to serve as a chair or discussant, please contact symposium@sciencebg .net

If you have any inquiries about this symposium, please send them to office@sciencebg. net.

All emails are answered in person by one of our symposium administrators within two working days.

Read Free Journals International Scientific Publications:

Language, Individual & Society

http://www.scienceb g.net/download/ humanities. html

We suggest to look your attention video films and photos from:

International Research Conference Language, Individual & Society in the modern word
http://www.scienceb g.net/video/ humanities/ index.html

We look forward to receiving your proposal and hope you will be able to join us in Bulgaria in 2009.

Yours Sincerely,

Ivan Genov – director

For the Symposium Program Committee
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