Metacognitive dysfunction

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  • The percent literate in the SEC is substantially higher than indicated for the population 60 and over in the 1998 census. This largely reflects a process of cohort succession through which persons who were 54-59 in 1998, and thus not part of the 60+ population at that time, aged into the 60 and over population by 2004 while at the same time some persons who were 60 or over in 1998 died, especially among the oldest age groups. Since literacy was generally increasing over time in Cambodia, the average literacy level of younger cohorts who moved into the...

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  • Thus, to date, women have not featured prominently as business leaders within the veterinary profession, nor have they been perceived as potential entrepreneurs or innovators. This point is particularly important, because based on what we know about women and business ownership/entrepreneurship generally (see, for example, Brush, 1997; Brush, Carter, Gatewood, Green & Hart, 2001; Henry & Treanor, 2010), it is unlikely that current levels of veterinary entrepreneurship will be maintained or, indeed, increased in a female dominated veterinary sector. ...

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  • What are the prospects for advances in the treatment of schizophrenia as the 21st Century unfolds? It is clear that many advances have been made in the 100 years since Eugen Bleuler’s important monograph Dementia Praecox or the Group of Schizophrenias, compiled detailed clinical descriptions of his asylum patients (Bleuler 1911; 1950).

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  • Tissue Engineering is the first medical therapy where engineered tissues could potentially become fully integrated within the patient, thus offering a permanent cure for many diseases not curable today.

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  • The Community regulations on the coordination of social security systems of Member States have superseded – from the moment of Poland’s accession to the European Union – the bilateral international conventions/agreements on social security, which had earlier bound Poland with the Member States.

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  • Texas Instruments and its subsidiaries (TI) reserve the right to make changes to their products or to discontinue any product or service without notice, and advise customers to obtain the latest version of relevant information to verify, before placing orders, that information being relied on is current and complete. All products are sold subject to the terms and conditions of sale supplied at the time of order acknowledgment, including those pertaining to warranty, patent infringement, and limitation of liability. ...

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  • There are two papillary muscles associated with the mitral valve (Fig. 3) When looking from the atrial side, the anterolateral is to the left and the posteromedial is to the right. The muscles are located under their respective commissures. They originate from the lower third of the left ventricular free wall. The papillary muscles are extensions of the ventricular muscle from which they originate. The chords originate from the fibrous tips of these muscles, extending to insert on the mitral leaflets.

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  • The model presented is also related to the literature in limited risk sharing and participation constraints (Kehoe and Levine (1993), Kocherlakota (1996) and Zhang (1997)). More recently, Alvarez and Jermann (2000, 2001) showed that these participation constraints can be modelled as endogenous portfolio constraints, which they denote solvency constraints. Besides extending this strand of the literature for the case of heterogeneous beliefs, I solve this problem in continuous time for the …rst time, thus generalizing it to the case of in…nite possible states.

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  • Needles: Standard disposable 22-24 gauge 1-1½-inch needles are used for plain FNAC. The length and caliber of the needle should fit the size, depth, location and the consistency of the target. For small subcutaneous lesions, one-inch 23-gauge needle is ideal while for a deep-seated breast lesion, longer and larger needle is required. Finer needles are also recommended for children, and for vascular organs like thyroid. Syringes: Standard disposable plastic syringes of 10ml are used. Syringe should be of good quality and should produce good negative pressure.

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  • We have the power to explore the planets and walk the moon. We have the power to coax green from the deserts. We have the power to map the human genome. Yet in the year 2005, in millions of communities in every corner of the globe, people are suffering because those with political power have failed to meet their most basic responsibilities. That failure is seen in the crisis of local health systems that do not work, that exclude the poor, abuse and marginalize women, sow distrust and feed corruption.

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  • In all regions, knowledge of any method of contraception is high among young women and nearly universal among young men. However, knowledge of multiple methods is lower among young women and men in sub-Saharan Africa than their counterparts in other regions. Current use of modern contraception among married youth is lowest in sub-Saharan Africa. Overall, although sexually active, unmarried young women are more likely to use modern contraceptive methods, they also have higher levels of unmet need for contraception compared to currently married young women.

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  • Does poor reproductive health prevent poor women from escaping poverty? Despite the plethora of survey data showing that poor households tend to be larger and that poor women tend to have higher rates of fer- tility, experts have debated whether these conditions cause poverty or are symptoms of poverty.

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  • The use of individuals’ credit histories to predict the risk of future loss has become a common practice among automobile and homeowners insurers. The practice has proven to be controversial not only because of concerns about how reliably credit scores may predict risk. Many industry professionals, policymakers, and consumer groups have expressed concern that the practice may pose a significant barrier to economically vulnerable segments of the population in obtaining affordable automobile and homeowners coverage.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'country environmental analysis cost assessment of environmental degradation, institutional review, and public environmental expenditure review', khoa học tự nhiên, công nghệ môi trường phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • With a view to drafting an audit manual for the Co-operation Department a Committee consisting of 6 (six) members headed by Sri K. B. Choudhury, DRCS (TCS Gr. II) was formed. The committee studied the departmental circulars and other relevant instructions in connection with the audit of accounts of Co-operatives. Necessary papers, documents etc. regarding audit of accounts and audit manual of different States were collected and consulted by the Committee to give the present shape of the Co-operative Audit Manual.

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  • There is another aspect of uncertainty that surfaces as a potential threat to con- sistent supply and that is the "food versus industrial" use of crops in the future. One side of the debate is the shortage of supply theory. "How can agriculture feed a burgeoning population and supply raw materials for consumer goods?" "Won't crops used for feed-stocks be redirected to the food supply in times of world famine or drought?" Good questions. However, the implied assumption is that we have a choice.

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  • Their civil rights were disregarded; they were detained and forbidden to speak German. Most had to work in labour camps in inhumane conditions. An estimated 700,000 Germans died due to bad working and living conditions and inadequate medical treatment. In particular, the Stalinism destroyed the independent German culture in Russia. In 1955, the discrimination was subsided, and the ethnic Germans were allowed to change their residence, but not to their former colony areas. The Aussiedler became partly assimilated in the last decades of the USSR....

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  • Formaldehyde is widely used to manufacture building materials and numerous household products, and is also a by-product of combustion and certain other natural processes. Primary sources include pressed wood products such as particleboard, plywood, and medium density fiberboard (MDF), which is commonly used in flooring, furniture, shelving, cabinetry, paper products, and decorative fabrics and textiles. It also may be used as a biocide in certain paints, coatings, adhesives, and personal care products.

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  • Classifying travel behavior and segmentation becomes increasingly more difficult as modern travelers combine pleasure with business, in order to take time and cost advantage. There are therefore endless variations between the two principle classifications of travel activities, i.e. business and leisure trips. However, leisure trips may include elements, characteristics and motivations of business travel and vice versa. Incentive travelling, extended conference stays and business meetings during leisure travel makes the distinction between the two categories increasingly blurred.

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  • After observation, the second most important skill students will build in this proj- ect is the ability to look for the causes of observed effects. Kids will give the strangest answers when you ask why a car did something. Get them to look at the car and the ramp and come up with a plausible answer for your “why” question. When they have a plausible answer, ask them how to confirm if the answer is right. They could run a scientific experiment to verify their answer!

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