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  • WANT TO INVITE YOU to join me in a personal journey of selfexploration and discovery. This is a book about coaching people to develop their emotional intelligence. You cannot approach this topic as a coach without taking a close look at yourself and the life experiences, beliefs, attitudes, assumptions, and personal abilities that have shaped the development of your own emotional intelligence. There is an underlying assumption present in all coaching: that the coach has developed deeper mastery of the knowledge and skills of a topic than the person receiving the coaching.

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  • There are two situations in which the TST is not required. Applicants providing written documentation (with a health-care provider’s signature) of a TST reaction of 5 mm or greater of induration or applicants with a history of a severe reaction with blistering to a prior TST may be excluded from this requirement. Applicants in these two groups must undergo a chest radiograph. A verbal history of a positive TST reaction from the applicant is not acceptable.

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  • Since time immemorial, medicaments have been used for treating disease in humans and animals. The herbals of antiquity describe the therapeutic powers of certain plants and minerals. Belief in the curative powers of plants and certain substances rested exclusively upon traditional knowledge, that is, empirical information not subjected to critical examination.

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  • More specifically, we must further examine health beliefs, and food beliefs and practices that have symbolic or traditional importance to determine how knowledge, beliefs and attitudes translate into eating behaviour in older adults, especially at advanced ages. More research is needed to clarify the relative contribution of income, ethnic background and other personal predictors of healthy eating – self-control, emotions, resistance to change, time constraints, lack of knowledge – and environmental factors governing food availability and cost.

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  • Information gathered from the remaining intact tropical habitats might seem to deserve special treatment, for such data can be thought to represent precise, finely tuned biological interrelationships. Their evolutionary reason for existence might be revealed simply in their current ecology. Tropical data in general are often deemed more significant than comparable data taken in other habitats. Like the first-mentioned bias, this belief can encourage creative speculation, but sometimes it diminishes the accuracy with which the actual setting of a field study is examined or described....

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  • This paper considers what types of knowledge one must possess in order to reason about actions. Rather than concentrating on how actions are performed, as is done in the problem-solving literature, it examines the set of conditions under which an action can be said to have occurred. In other words, if one is told that action A occurred, what can be inferred about the state of the world? In particular, if the representation can define such conditions, it must have good models of time, belief, and intention. ...

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  • We discuss how a deductive question-answering system can represent the beliefs or other cognitive states of users, of other (interacting) systems, and of itself. In particular, we examine the representation of first-person beliefs of others (e.g., the ~ / v . ~ ' ~ representation of a user'A belief that he himself is rich). Such beliefs have as an essential component "'quasi-indexical pronouns" (e.g., 'he himself'), and, hence, require for their analysis a method of representing these pronominal constructions and performing valid inferences with them. ...

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  • Following this persistent pattern of beliefs, there is a considerable literature in psychology and medicine that investigates for a moon effect on human behavior. Some of these studies find significant relations, for example individual studies find that homicides, hospital admissions, and crisis incidents peak in the days around the full moon. However, reviews and meta-analyses of the literature have generally been negative. Rotton and Kelley (1985) examines and aggregates the evidence of 37 studies, and concludes that lunar phase influences are “much ado about nothing.”...

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