Chaddock

Chad·dock

(chad'ok),
Charles G., U.S. neurologist, 1861-1936. See: Chaddock reflex, Chaddock sign.
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And coach Gemma Chaddock said:"Brodie produced a beautiful and very mature skate at her first British Championships.
Greener crossed paths with many notable intellectuals and politicians, and Chaddock is careful to identify major figures and to explain their importance within U.
Chaddock L, Erickson KI, Prakash RS, Kim JS, Voss MW, Vanpatter M, et al.
From a different perspective, Chaddock (2013) argues that because PWPs have a high and heterogeneous client case load, the vehicle of the therapeutic relationship may actually be even more important than in "traditional" CBT.
Voss MW, Prakash RS, Erickson KI, Basak C, Chaddock L, Kim JS, et al.
Se ha comprobado que el aumento de la fuerza muscular, de la capacidad aerobica y la cantidad de AF semanal se relacionan con una mayor competencia cognitiva tanto en ninos como en adolescentes (Bass, Brown, Laurson & Coleman, 2013; Chaddock et al.
The bilateral patellar tendon and Achilles tendon reflexes were normal, and Babinski and Chaddock reflexes were negative.
Graham Chaddock, one of the event organisers and Ales Angels member, said: "This year we decided that we could continue to raise funds for the RNLI by completing a number of events like this.
That wife was Madeline Chaddock, who he had wed three years earlier.
Dearly loved Brother of David, Wenda, Nalda, Valerie and the late Sheila, caring Son in law of the late Tom and Rene Chaddock.
Jones GT, Johnson RE, Wiles NJ, Chaddock C, Potter RG, Roberts C, et al.