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In soccer penalty kicks, goalkeepers choose their action before they can clearly observe the kick direction. An analysis of 286 penalty kicks in top leagues and championships worldwide shows that given the probability distribution of kick direction, the optimal strategy for goalkeepers is to stay in the goal's center.
Dr. Xavier Amador offers ways to encourage patients with mental illness accept treatment and services, and ways to build trust and partnerships with patients. He speaks of his experiences not only as a psychiatrist, but as a caregiver to his brother.
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