Behavioral tradition

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  • Several studies have shown that deficient uptake or excessive break down of membrane phospholipids may be associated with neurodegenerative and psychiatric disorders. The purpose of the present study was to examine the effects of postnatal iron administration in lipid composition and behavior and whether or not the established effects may be altered by subchronic administration of the neuroleptic compounds, clozapine and haloperidol.

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  • The understanding ofd-amino acid metabolism in higher plants lags far behind that in mammals, for which the biological functions of these unique amino acids have already been elucidated. In this article, we report on the biochemical behavior ofd-amino acids (particularly d-Asp) and relevant metabolic enzymes inArabidopsis thaliana.

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  • The machining of complex sculptured surfaces is an important technological topic in modern manufacturing, namely in the molds and dies sector. Today, this sector, with great importance to automotive, aircraft and others advanced industries, is placed in all industrialized or emerging countries. In the recent past, the traditional technology employed in molds and dies manufacture was a combination of con- ventional milling and electro-discharge machining (EDM) or electrochemical machining (ECM).

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  • Physics in a New Era: An Overview is the culmination of the National Research Council survey series Physics in a New Era. The survey was proposed by the Board on Physics and Astronomy, continuing the tradition of periodic reviews of physics by the National Research Council. The overview is the final volume of the survey and was welcomed and supported by the Department of Energy, the National Science Foundation, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

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  • With one of the largest domain-reputation databases in the world, the Trend Micro Web Reputation technology tracks the credibility of Web domains by assigning a reputation score based on factors such as a website's age, historical location changes and indications of suspicious activities discovered through malware behavior analysis. It will then continue to scan sites and block users from accessing infected ones.

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  • For the broader farm community, given that many farmers and ranchers who do not benefit from commodity programs use crop insurance as their primary or perhaps only federal risk management tool, policymakers may consider how effective federal crop insurance has been for producers of specialty crops and livestock. Across the federal government, controlling or reducing program costs continues to be an issue.

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  • Swiss producers of high-quality consumer products will have to be aware of the risks inherent to selling products through the multiple layers of the traditional retail sector with its small stores and the many wholesalers/distributors between producer and customer: Control over the product is easily lost, and a producer must make sure that the quality (and brand image) of his products are not compromised by inadequate handling, storage, delays in delivery etc.

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  • BNDES has traditionally had an important role in the Brazilian financial system, but its size has doubled in the post-Lehman period. BNDES has typically been a major source of long- term financing for industry and infrastructure. During the crisis, it played an important counter-cyclical role as private bank credit fell off sharply in 2009 during the height of the Lehman related global tensions.

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  • This section closes with a review of the evidence for managed port- folio performance based on the traditional measures. This discussion touches on the issues of survivorship bias and persistence in perfor- mance, among other topics. Chapter 3 discusses Conditional Performance Evaluation. Here, the idea is to measure performance accounting for the fact that the expected returns and risks for investing may vary over time depend- ing on the state of the economy. An example motivates the approach.

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  • Social Security payments and DB pension plans have traditionally provided the bulk of retirement income in the United States. For example, the U.S. Social Security Administration reports that 44 percent of income for people 65 and older came from Social Security income in 2001 and 25 percent came from DB pensions. As Figure 1.

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  • In traditional SAS programs, PROCS are called as part of a workflow that usually includes SAS DATA steps along with PROC steps, which invoke SAS procedures. For example, a very basic SAS program includes a DATA step that creates the SAS data set from raw data files and a PROC step that invokes an appropriate SAS procedure to process the SAS data set. A PROC invocation typically takes one or more tables as input and produces a new table as output. Various programming options and control statements can also be specified on the PROC invocation. These dictate how the PROC...

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  • Well-being is more than the absence of mental illness. One review of the literature (Ryan & Deci, 2001) describes it as ‘optimal psychological functioning and experience’. Precisely what constitutes optimal experience has been the subject of philosophical debate since the roots of the hedonic tradition in the 4th century BC when it was proposed that the goal of life was to experience the maximum amount of pleasure.

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  • Sociality evolves when the net benefits of association with conspecifics exceed the costs. Individuals that live in social groups may be less vulnerable to predation, better able to defend valued resources, and able to benefit from pooling information, but they must also cope with resource competition from other group members, the threat of infectious diseases, and the risk of infanticide (Krause and Ruxton 2002).

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  • Some years ago in one of those all too rare moments of reflection it occurred to me that I was only three lifetimes away from the very beginnings of modern psychology. It is generally agreed, as we will see, that what we call "scientific psychology" began with Wundt's laboratory at Leipzig around 1879. Similarly, applied psychology is seen to have begun with the work of Francis Galton in England at about the same time. A short time later James McKeen Cattell, one of Wundfs first American students received his Ph.D. at Leipzig and went on to work briefly with Galton.

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  • With these three fundamental propositions as postulates, it will be the end and aim of this Course of Reading to develop plain, simple and specific methods and directions for the most efficient use of the mind in the attainment of practical ends. To comprehend these mental methods and to make use of them in business affairs you must thoroughly understand the two fundamental processes of the mind.

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  • This work reports on the direct electrochemistry of the Desulfovibrio gigasaldehyde oxidoreductase (DgAOR), a molybdenum enzyme of the xanthine oxidase family that contains three redox-active cofactors: two [2Fe-2S] centers and a molybdopterin cytosine dinucleotide cofactor. The voltammetric behavior of the enzyme was analyzed at gold and carbon (pyrolytic graphite and glassy carbon) elec-trodes. Two different strategies were used: one with the molecules confined to the electrode surface and a second withDgAOR in solution....

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  • Sidsel Bjørneby from Human Factor Solution said in her lecture at the consensus conference that many libraries all over the country (in addition to their traditional tasks) also give courses to elderly people on the use of PC and internet. In addition to this, things function in such a way that elderly people at the library offer user support to other elderly people. There are also a number of other educational institutions running ICT education, but few of them run courses geared directly towards elderly people.

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  • Many societies recognize the reproductive health threats facing young people—especially HIV infection and unwanted pregnancy—and see the schools as an appropriate venue for addressing such threats. They are, however, also concerned with upholding traditions and beliefs, including the expectation that young people abstain from sexual activity until marriage. Thus, traditional and religious leaders—who view themselves as the repository and transmitters of community values and beliefs—are often in the forefront of opposition to sexuality education in the schools.

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  • That every idea in consciousness is energizing and carries with it an impulse to some kind of muscular activity is a comparatively new but well-settled principle of psychology. That this principle could be made to serve practical ends seems never to have occurred to anyone until within the last few years.

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  • It is forty years since Humanist Manifesto I (1933) appeared. Events since then make that earlier statement seem far too optimistic. Nazism has shown the depths of brutality of which humanity is capable. Other totalitarian regimes have suppressed human rights without ending poverty. Science has sometimes brought evil as well as good. Recent decades have shown that inhuman wars can be made in the name of peace.

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