Coping strategies

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về sinh học được đăng trên tạp chí hóa học quốc tế đề tài : The relationship between anxiety, coping strategies and characteristics of patients with diabetes

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  • Practical natural language interfaces must exhibit robust bei~aviour in the presence of extragrammaticat user input. This paper classifies different types of grammatical deviations and related phenomena at the lexical and sentential levels, discussing recovery strategies tailored to specific phenomena in the classification. Such strategies constitute a tool chest of computationally tractable methods for coping with extragrammaticality in restricted domain natural language. Some of the strategies have been tested and proven viable in existing parsers. ...

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  • Support to the mitigation of effects of CC and adaptation to new realities. Support to mitigation of GHG emissions. Support to developing carbon markets. Support to research, data collection and analysis. Support to development of national policies, strategies, plans. Support to national-international coordination, policy dialogue, ODA channeling

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  • This manual covers a number of major areas, which either singularly of collectively, have historically exacerbated the problems inherent in mass crowd-intensive events. These areas include such aspects as physical layouts (including site, structures, and access), spectator management (including crowd organization, flow, and ingress/egress control), and public safety (including security, public health, and medical care).

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  • Accountancy and auditing are complex and technical processes. Ethics, in contrast, might be considered relatively simple. The difficult part of ethics, it may be argued, is not knowing what we ought to do, but getting ourselves, and others, to do the right thing. Truthfulness, honesty, care, loyalty, integrity: we know what they require, but we do not know if and how these requirements can be met.

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  • Almost 75 percent of the elderly (age 65 and over) have at least one chronic illness.3 About 50 percent have at least two chronic illnesses.3 Chronic conditions can lead to severe and immediate disabilities, such as hip fractures and stroke, as well as progressive disability that slowly erodes the ability of elderly people to care for themselves.4 According to AHRQ’s 1996 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS),a about 14.3 percent of people age 65 and over—4.5 million elderly Americans—require assistance with bathing, dressing, preparing meals, or shopping.

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  • But large numbers of education Volunteers have enjoyed the challenge of making the impossible possible. They've developed coping strategies and ways of teaching effectively in very large classes. This book brings you some of those strategies in the hope that they will be of use to you. We have included practical, obvious, and bold suggestions that have been made by Volunteers Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) in well-established programs such as in francophone Gabon, or Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) in newer projects such as Namibia.

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  • There are a number of compelling reasons for all physicians to possess knowledge and skill in the behavioral and social sciences. Perhaps most important is that roughly half of the causes of mortality in the United States are linked to social and behavioral factors. In addition, our nation’s population is aging and becoming more culturally diverse. Both of these trends highlight the need for enhanced physician capabilities in the behavioral and social sciences.

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  • Men experiencing troublesome urinary symptoms before treatment should be offered a urologi- cal assessment. Men undergoing treatment for prostate cancer should be warned of the likely effects of the treatment on their urinary function. Healthcare professionals should ensure that men with troublesome urinary symptoms after treatment should have access to specialist continence services for assessment, diagnosis and conservative treatment. This may include coping strategies, along with pelvic floor muscle re-education, bladder retraining and pharmacotherapy.

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  • What follows is similar to Burdett and Judd (1983). Consider a market with N retailers selling two homogeneous goods labeled A and B. Marginal cost of production ci (i = a; b) is assumed to be constant, independent of a production level of the other good and equal among the retailers. Cost of producing a bundle of one unit of each good will be denoted by cab and is equal to ca + cb. All consumers have identical tastes and their mass per retailer is normalized to one. The consumers demand exactly one unit of each good and the triplet (va; vb; vab) describes their reservation...

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  • Tunisia was the first Muslim country to introduce information on reproduction and family planning in its school curriculum in the early 1960s. By the early 1990s, reproductive health educa- tion for both girls and boys had been incorporated into the public school science curriculum. Turkey stands out for its coverage of SRH topics in the school curriculum and the willingness and openness of teachers to discuss these issues in the classroom.

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  • Repression/Denial. In a meta-analytic review of the literature of psychosocial fac- tors and the development of breast cancer, McKenna and colleagues (1999) found sig- nificant effect sizes for an association between breast cancer and the use of a coping strategy based on denial/repression. Astudy by Jensen (1983) provides important evidence supporting the idea that repres- sion involves disregulation of the immune system that, in turn, influences cancer.

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  • It includses a n u m b e r of specialized tools t h a t consent an easy, graphics-based interaction with the parser. It is shown in particular how a combination of the characteristics of the parser (based on the lexicon a n d on dynamic unification) and of the e n v i r o n m e n t allow a nonspecialized user to explore heuristics t h a t m a y alter the basica control of the system. In this way, for instance, a p s y c h o l i n g...

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  • In Zimbabwe, as in many other parts of Africa, agriculture is the principal source of livelihood for widows and orphans. Within this reality, a groundbreaking study was commissioned to investigate the land and property rights of women and orphans in Zimbabwe in the context of HIV/AIDS. It also examines the coping strategies, in terms of land-related livelihoods, adopted by widows and other vulnerable women affected by the pandemic.

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  • This book is born out of a discussion at the Socio-Legal Studies Association annual conference in 1999 (in Loughborough) between Dave Cowan, Caroline Hunter and Simon Halliday. We all had an interest in homelessness, law, administrative justice and decision-making, and had a background in researching these issues. In particular, Dave had done some early work about informal internal appeal systems which had been developed in the early 1990s in homelessness cases.

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  • In some cities, urban agriculture is an important coping strategy for households. Because women often have the responsibility for food procurement for the household, they are frequently involved in urban agricultural production and sales. Urban agriculture presents a number of challenges, including competition for scarce land, degradation of soils, and pollution .

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  • This book, the third in the InTech Tsunami series, has been published in order to deepen efforts towards the understanding of tsunami dynamics that seems to be never enough. As the previous books in this series, "The Tsunami Threat - Research and Technology" (January 2011) and "Tsunami - A Growing Disaster" (December 2011), this multi-disciplinary volume compiles a collection of scientific papers showing the state-of-the-art of tsunami research at different levels.

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  • The activities in this document aim to outline the various stages in the teaching of writing that a teacher needs to consider. No-one would advocate giving a learner an empty sheet of paper and a title and telling them to write a story or a report, except in an examination for which they had been fully prepared. The fear of that empty page is very real to many learners who have no idea how to begin the process and feel they are devoid of ideas and expertise; they can become demoralised, lose confidence and be put off writing for life unless they are explicitly taught strategies to cope....

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  • After two centuries of almost absolute belief in technical and economic progress, human society is in a period of reconsideration and elaboration of new strategies for the ongoing new century. Progress of our civilization with an explosive rise in world population has led to an enormously increased con- sumption of resources and to an equal threat to the environment. Coping with these problems requires all intellectual abilities of our society. In this endeav- or, biotechnology is considered to play a significant role.

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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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