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Research abstracts

Donald P. Ely, Barbara Minor
1983 ECTJ  
In order to investigate the effects of se- quence and synthesis in the teaching of taxonomically related concepts, a study was conducted in which 27 students from Syra- cuse University were asked to examine  ...  Brunerian Theory and Instructional Simulation An Application of Brunerian Theory to Instruc- tional Simulation: Spatial Visualization, Facto- rial Research Designs, and Wooden Blocks, Laura R. Winer.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02766639 fatcat:uawcakrvejfmzc6klbegegusji

Abstracts

1998 L'Homme  
The cautions and the rules imposed by the statutes on donations allow us to examine the sources under a new light and improve our understanding of the female concept in relation to property, and the space  ...  Abstracts Abstracts Angiolina Arru, "Donating Does Not Mean Losing".  ...  The essay tests the assumptions of the theories on protoindustrialisation by discussing the household structures in Spenge, a town in the "linenregion" of Ravensberg/Westphalia.  ... 
doi:10.7767/lhomme.1998.9.2.312 fatcat:ekfi63jyrfcvdmzlpv4qyohc4u

Research abstracts

Donald P. Ely
1988 ECTJ  
In order to examine the learning of spatial skills from videogames, the first study compared the learning of spatial content from interactive (user controlled) and ob- servational (television) media.  ...  For the complete proceedings, see ED 285 518 Component display theory (CDT) is used as a working example in this examination of the relationship between instructional de- sign theory and computer-assisted  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02768355 fatcat:4trig3w7ljdaffcoekmbhre5uu

Abstract

1983 Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society  
Results will be discussed in terms of theories of spatial processing and individual differences in spatial ability. 3:10-3:30 (81) Imagery Components of Spatial Ability. STEVEN E.  ...  (371) Abstraction of Operator Schemata In Problem Solving.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03334725 fatcat:bjymwkq74ve3tfczqkaclgeigy

Abstract

1991 Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society  
Advanced mathematics coursework, however, was related to algebraic proficiency.  ...  Related abstract words were consistently reca1led as well as related concrete words.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03333973 fatcat:rgrc3vz6gbfcfhw5srwul35jr4

Abstracts and Titles of Student Work

DCRP Students
2012 Berkeley Planning Journal  
Further, dozens of firms in the region have entered the market for technologically advanced, indus trial-use products since the beginning of th is century.  ...  GIS-based spatial analyses of the projection errors indicate that the population gains and losses attributed to the controls are spatially clustered.  ... 
doi:10.5070/bp39113077 fatcat:3vuelwgrcfbrxejwm2653jg4lu

Abstract

2006 Journal of Ornithology = Journal fur Ornithologie  
Numbers may also increase in winter, indicative of a winter population. Little research, however, has been carried out on the migratory behavior of the bulbuls over the whole of Japan.  ...  They are also one of the main seed dispersers of berries in Japan, linked to an interesting migration ecology.  ...  In the light of evolutionary senescence theory, it has been proposed that birds may have specific adaptations for combating age-related cellular damage.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10336-006-0093-1 fatcat:4rzbnoyibrbsrmtt5xzunqfzkq

Clinical Update: Literature Abstracts

2007 Palliative & Supportive Care  
In the Canadian National Palliative Care Survey, semistructured interviews assessing depression and anxiety disorders were administered to 381 patients who were receiving palliative care for cancer.  ...  Depression and anxiety disorders are thought to be common in palliative cancer care, but there is inconsistent evidence regarding their relevance for other aspects of quality of life.  ...  We used a culturally adapted version in a local language, Luganda, and Clinical Update: Literature Abstracts tested the MVQOLI-M in 200 patients with advanced AIDS in urban Kampala, Uganda.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1478951507000661 fatcat:rhhuykrz75honhswb5ymvxagfa

DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS

2015 Early China  
I identify the relationship between abstraction and representation and the principle of convergence as the main points of contention.  ...  a database of more than , sites) in order to highlight variations of spatial occupation and changes of population dynamics.  ... 
doi:10.1017/eac.2015.13 fatcat:nio6xcrb5feyxbziwf5rbbnksm

ABSTRACT

2008 Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development  
We thank David Plaut who provided useful input in the development of the simulations.  ...  We also extend gratitude to Jessica Cicchino, Jaime Derringer, Rachel Wu, and the members of the Infant Cognition Laboratory for help in conducting the experiments, and to the participants in our studies  ...  However, it is ambiguous how this process of "abstraction" might operate, or even what exactly is meant by the term "abstraction" in this context.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-5834.2008.00454.x pmid:18346226 fatcat:bpbtor7smjaxjjkyi3blp35ene

Abstract intelligence and cognitive robots

Yingxu Wang
2010 Paladyn: Journal of Behavioral Robotics  
According to the abstract intelligence theory, a  ...  AbstractAbstract intelligence is the human enquiry of both natural and artificial intelligence at the neural, cognitive, functional, and logical levels reductively from the bottom up.  ...  Acknowledgement The author would like to acknowledge the Natural Science and Engineering Council of Canada (NSERC) for its partial support to this work. The author would like to thank Dr.  ... 
doi:10.2478/s13230-010-0007-z fatcat:64pqiyy6nzdyffcofqcjt73nhi

Abstracts

Duncan J. Melville, Laura Martini, Kim Plofker
2009 Historia Mathematica  
It is our intention to cover all books, articles, and other materials in the field.  ...  The purpose of this department is to give sufficient information about the subject matter of each publication to enable users to decide whether to read it.  ...  On the contrary, according to Russell, they "are all to be directly derived from the theory of relations". (KP) #36.4.118 Gauthier, Paul.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.hm.2009.07.001 fatcat:s6ldxj7sgbbupi2tz7oiefqhfy

Abstract Algebra

Vibhuti Sharma
2021 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
In this paper, we propose another rundown of similarity among pictures using rings and the entropy work.  ...  Ring hypothesis is one of the pieces of the theoretical polynomial math that has been thoroughly used in pictures. Nevertheless, ring hypothesis has not been associated with picture division.  ...  RING THEORY IN THE SEGMENTATION OF DIGITAL IMAGES Various frameworks and calculations have been proposed for advanced picture division.  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2021.36688 fatcat:flc4qglrrbh5fop2jrj7msltnq

Abstracts

2006 Historia Mathematica  
In order to facilitate reference and indexing, entries are given abstract numbers which appear at the end following the symbol #.  ...  Readers are invited to send reprints, autoabstracts, corrections, additions, and notices of publications that have been overlooked.  ...  La théorie de la loxodromie de Pedro Nunes [The theory of loxodromy of Pedro Nunes], in #33.4.93, pp. 63-111. #33.4.83 Deschauer, Stefan.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.hm.2006.08.001 fatcat:trhekih5l5flziag5csaqd6kv4

The multifaceted abstract brain

Rutvik H. Desai, Megan Reilly, Wessel van Dam
2018 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
One contribution of 23 to a theme issue 'Varieties of abstract concepts: development, use and representation in the brain'.  ...  Abstract concepts play a central role in human behaviour and constitute a critical component of the human conceptual system.  ...  A related function of this area is in egocentric versus allocentric spatial processing [205, 206] .  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2017.0122 pmid:29914991 fatcat:akyto2nz4rchndw2l4nvtfpl3m
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