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Methods: In this cross-sectional mega-analysis, we used the data from the international ENIGMA Working Group collaboration, which in the present analysis was frozen at Feb 8, 2015. Individual sites analysed structural T1-weighted MRI brain scans with harmonised protocols of individuals with ADHD compared with those who do not have this diagnosis. Our primary outcome was to assess case-control differences in subcortical structures and intracranial volume through pooling of all individual data from all cohorts in this collaboration. For this analysis, p values were significant at the false discovery rate corrected threshold of p=00156.
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Findings: Our sample comprised 1713 participants with ADHD and 1529 controls from 23 sites with a median age of 14 years (range 4-63 years). The volumes of the accumbens (Cohen's d=-015), amygdala (d=-019), caudate (d=-011), hippocampus (d=-011), putamen (d=-014), and intracranial volume (d=-010) were smaller in individuals with ADHD compared with controls in the mega-analysis. There was no difference in volume size in the pallidum (p=095) and thalamus (p=039) between people with ADHD and controls. Exploratory lifespan modelling suggested a delay of maturation and a delay of degeneration, as effect sizes were highest in most subgroups of children (21 years): in the accumbens (Cohen's d=-019 vs -010), amygdala (d=-018 vs -014), caudate (d=-013 vs -007), hippocampus (d=-012 vs -006), putamen (d=-018 vs -008), and intracranial volume (d=-014 vs 001). There was no difference between children and adults for the pallidum (p=079) or thalamus (p=089). Case-control differences in adults were non-significant (all p>003). Psychostimulant medication use (all p>015) or symptom scores (all p>002) did not influence results, nor did the presence of comorbid psychiatric disorders (all p>05).
Strider's gameplay is cited as a major influence on the video game franchises Ninja Gaiden, Devil May Cry, and God of War. It became one of Capcom's early hits, praised for its innovative gameplay, diverse and unique music, and multilingual voice samples.
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All of the FA specimens (Figure 2) showed uniformly distributed glass filler particles of various sizes throughout the entire samples volume. No significant changes in the microstructure of materials after modification with CaF2 were observed. The differences between the calcium content for the Flow-Art material modified with calcium fluoride were very hard to notice on EDS spectra due to calcium content in one of the glass filler in FA composite.
Despite a body shape, tires and gearing aimed at high performance rather than peak efficiency, the Tesla Roadster requires 0.4 MJ per kilometer or, stated another way, will travel 2.53 km per mega-joule of electricity. The full cycle charge and discharge efficiency of the Tesla Roadster is 86%, which means that for every 100 MJ of electricity used to charge the battery, about 86 MJ reaches the motor.
The CO2 content of any given source fuel is well understood. Natural gas is 14.4 grams of carbon per mega-joule and oil is 19.9 grams of carbon per mega-joule. Applying those carbon content levels to the vehicle efficiencies, including as a reference the Honda combusted natural gas and Honda fuel cell natural gas vehicles, the hands down winner is pure electric:
In 2022, micro-influencers are expected to play a bigger role. While they may have fewer followers compared to mega and macro-influencers, their audiences tend to be more engaged and are more likely to take action.
Furthermore, working with nano- and micro-influencers is relatively more affordable. These influencers tend to charge less compared to their more famous counterparts. Someone with 1,000 to 10,000 followers can charge up to $100 per post, while mega-influencers with over a million followers are likely to charge upwards: $10,000 per Instagram post.
There has been an increase in the number of brands paying money to influencers. 34.5% now pay influencers in money, with an equal amount (34.5%) paying influencers with product samples. In addition, 25% of brands gave influencers discounts on products and a much smaller percentage (5.9%) prefer giveaways as a payment method.
Micro-influencers on Instagram boast an average engagement rate of 3.86%. This declines for every level of influencer before hitting 1.21% for mega-influencers. Plus, while YouTube engagement rates tend to be low all around, micro-influencers get an average engagement rate of 1.64% compared to the 0.37% rate of mega-influencers. For TikTok, this difference is most notable across micro-influencers on the platform who achieve engagement rates of nearly 18%, while mega-influencers get just under 5%. 076b4e4f54