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Effects of Zinc Deficient Diets
in Early Experiments in Rats
1922-27: Studies with equivocal effects
1933 (Newell & McCollum): Zinc is
probably not an essential nutritional factor
in the growth of the rat
1934 (Todd et al): Reduced the rate
11.007 Day 10 Notes: Defining Problems-Interests, Experts, and the Media
INTERESTS, EXPERTS, AND THE MEDIA
Today were talking about the role of interests, experts, and the media in defining
problems in politics.
Up until now, weve been talking
14.11 Lecture 2: Public Health Messages
How to Convince Others to Adopt Healthy Behaviors?
Prof. Esther Du
February 14, 2006
In this lecture, we are going to examine various ways which have been proposed to try to get
people to adopt behaviors or take a
14.23: Government Regulation of Industry
Instructions: You have 3 hours to complete this exam. This exam is closed-book: no books or
notes are allowed. In addition, you may not use a gra
Study Guide #1, 9/13-9/15:
Las Casas, Bartolom de. The Devastation of the Indies: A Brief Account (1552).
Translated by Herma Briffault. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University
Press, 1992. pp. 27-47.
Leon-Portilla, Miguel, ed. The
Homo Economicus is the mythical self-interested, fully rational utility maximizer who inhabits
all standard economic models. At the core of this model is the notion that such actors respond
optimally to incentives. This assumption is not un