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  • The development of Understanding Research in Clinical and Counseling Psychology is the result of our experiences teaching and working with students in professional psychology over many years. Although virtually all graduate programs require a course on research, the basis for that requirement is often shrouded in mystery for many students. Students enter their graduate training with the admirable ambition of learning skills important for assisting clients to make changes.

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  • Research problems and questions and how they relate to debates in Research Methods Recommended additional reading: Research Methods for Business Students, (Saunders, M, Lewis, P et al. 2007) Chapters 1 and 2 1.1 Chapter Overview 1.1.1 Learning Outcomes By the end of this chapter successful students will be able to: 1. Understand the learning and teaching strategy for this chapter 2. Distinguish business and management research from other kinds of research 3. Understand the issues relating to identifying and reformulating problems for research 4. Identify the key debates in research methods...

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  • Several studies have compared outcomes for coronary-artery bypass grafting (CABG) and percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI), but most were done before the availability of stenting, which has revolutionized the latter approach. methods We used New York’s cardiac registries to identify 37,212 patients with multivessel disease who underwent CABG and 22,102 patients with multivessel disease who underwent PCI from January 1, 1997, to December 31, 2000.

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  • of Medicine, Section of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC, USA of Medicine, Division of Allergy, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, USA 3Department of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, Cochin-Port Royal University Hospital, Paris 5 René Descartes University, Paris, France 4Critical Care Research, St Paul's Hospital and University of British Columbia McDonald Research Laboratories, Vancouver, Canada 5Lilly Research Laboratories, Eli Lilly and Co.

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  • Historians, scientists, and researchers have been fascinated by the diaphragm for many centuries. Homer first described Trojan War battle wounds with reference to the diaphragm in the 9th century B.C. From 500-430 B.C., Empedocles of Agrigentum was one of the first people to study the physiology of respiration. In this early period of medical knowledge, however, the purpose of the diaphragm bewildered scientists. Hippocrates observed the diaphragm’s inherent fragility and thinness that caused it to throb at any instance of unexpected joy or sorrow.

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  • This report summarizes the U.S. Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service's Food Assistance and Nutrition Research Program (FANRP) activities and accomplishments in fiscal 2010, including newly awarded projects and recent publications. FANRP supports intramural and extramural research on a wide range of policy-relevant food assistance and nutrition topics. The three perennial program themes are: (1) Program Outcomes and Economic Well-Being of Participants; (2) Program Access and Economic Determinants of Participation; and (3) Program Dynamics and Efficiency.

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  • Teaching children how to read and write has always been the primary objective of education or schooling. However, in recent years there have been concerns that this major objective has not been achieved, or has not been achieved at a satisfactory level, by many students by the end of the compulsory years of schooling. This has led to a renewed focus on literacy at both Commonwealth and state level, and the introduction of new policies and practices which are aimed at improving literacy outcomes.

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  • itaker*1,2, Mary Ruhe3, Sharon Weyer3,4 and Kurt C Stange3,5 Address: 1Department of Medicine, Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, 2Mannheim Institute for Public Health, Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Heidelberg, Germany, 3Department of Family Medicine, Research Division, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA, 4Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA and 5Department of Sociology, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA Email: David Litaker* - David.Litaker@va.

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  • Research into gluten sensitivity has never been more popular nor more exciting. With regard to gluten sensitivity we are in a period of great change occasioned by the application of new methods to identify gluten sequences as T‐cell antigens, the study of genetic and mollecular pathophysiology, the use of immunohistocytochemical and mRNA probing response to gluten and the research of future therapeutic options.

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  • The pebble was tossed into the water by Charles Darwin in 1872 when he declared in his book The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals that humans are not the only members of the animal kingdom that experience a wide array of emotions and feelings. Despite the reputation of the renowned biologist, the ripples that this tiny rock generated went largely unappreciated at the time. In fact, these ripples remained quite small until the middle of the next century.

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  • Historically, charitable trusts and foundations have sought to prevent acute social problems in the UK, using grants to demonstrate and fund interventions that improve social outcomes and reduce the number of individuals requiring crisis interventions. Trust and foundation resources are limited however – only £4.4bn9 per year compared to government budgets of £603bn10 – enabling them to demonstrate effective interventions, but not to make them available to everyone who would benefi t.

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  • The Department of Defense (DoD) has been one of the leaders in actions to improve teamwork, which it has pursued with the goal of achieving safer care and reducing adverse events for patients served by its military hospitals. DoD and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) have worked together to develop

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  • Health services research (HSR) exemplifies some of the greatest hopes and greatest fears for collecting and analyzing computerized personal health information. Information routinely collected in the course of providing and paying for health care can be used by researchers to investigate the relative effectiveness of alternative clinical interventions, of alternative methods of organizing, delivering, and paying for health care, and of a variety of health care policies. Such research may improve the effectiveness and efficiency of health care.

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  • Homologous recombination is a very important cellular process, as it pro-vides a major pathway for the repair of DNA double-strand breaks. This complex process is affected by many factors within cells. Here, we have studied the effect of monovalent cations (K + ,Na + , and NH4 + ) on the outcome of recombination events, as their presence affects the biochemical activities of the proteins involved in recombination as well as the structure of DNA.

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  • Research objectives: The enlargement of right ventricle results in dilation of tricuspid valve annulus with the presence of the cleft between the anterior leaflet and septal leaflet of the tricuspid valve; according to several authors, it is also called the cleft of septal tricuspid leaflet. Depending on the magnitude, the cleft may cause tricuspid valve regurgitation more or less.

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  • Research objectives: Clarify the scientific basis of the management of assessing academic outcomes of social sciences and humanities of students, to ensure that the assessment activities are conducted scientifically, tightly, reliably, contributing to improving the quality of teaching, quality and efficiency of education and training at military universities today.

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  • he field of Intelligent Systems has expanded enormously during the last two decades with many theoretical and practical results already available, which are the outcome of the synergetic merging of classical fields such as system theory, artificial intelligence, information theory, soft computing, operations research, linguistic theory and others. This book presents a collection of timely contributions that cover a wide, well-selected range of topics within the field. The book contains forty-seven contributions with an emphasis on computational and processing issues.

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  • The significance of the kidney in diabetes Ferrannini • Fioretto • Groop • Hach Nauck • Thomas Edited by Piper & Raderschadt Published by infill Kommunikation GmbH .

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  • SYSTEM DESIGN AND CONSUMER BEHAVIOR IN ELECTRONIC COMMERCE Hanushek cautions: “If the efficiency of our school systems is due to poor incentives for teachers and administrators coupled with poor decisionmaking by consumers, it would be unwise to expect much from programs that seek to strengthen ‘market forces’ in the selection of schools,” (1981, p. 34-35; emphasis added). Moreover, if students’ outcomes depend importantly on the characteristics of their classmates (i.e.

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  • Dr. Christiane Averbeck is executive director of Transfer-21, a Germany-wide program on education for sustainable development. She has worked as a consultant for the German Council for Sustainable Development, conducted a research project on sustainable resource use in Uganda, worked as a senior advisor for a German NGO in Uganda, and as senior researcher in a project funded by the Federal Environmental Agency on marine pollution. She holds a Master’s degree in biology and a Ph.D. in natural science. ...

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