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Social disadvantage and the mental health of military personnel returning from Iraq and Afghanistan



Social disadvantage and the mental health of military personnel returning from Iraq and Afghanistan



Administration and Policy in Mental Health 35(4): 270-271



Many developing neural systems exhibit spontaneous activity (O'Donovan, Curr Opin Neurobiol 9:94-104, 1999; Feller, Neuron 22:653-656, 1999) characterized by episodes of discharge (active phases) when many cells are firing, separated by silent phases during which few cells fire. Various models exhibit features of episodic behavior by means of recurrent excitation for supporting an episode and slow activity-dependent depression for terminating one.

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DOI: 10.1007/s10488-008-0169-8


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