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Receptor preferences in schizophrenic children

W GOLDFARB
1956 A M A Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry  
In this period he glanced at her twice in spite of his mother’s fixed gaze on him throughout. + This wall seeking and attraction to tactile con- tact with solid surfaces is remarkably similar to the typical  ...  John here seeks out the specific joy of warm body con- tact. However, the response to the total and specific image of a mothering person is ab- sent.  ... 
pmid:13371980 fatcat:eoifrjb7jfalrmpj6qtlwg4npy

Multimodal Cues for Object Manipulation in Augmented and Virtual Environments [chapter]

Mihaela A. Zahariev
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Results revealed the importance of contact information, and the benefit of auditory contact cues for improving reach to grasp performance in augmented and particularly in virtual environments.  ...  Experiments 4 and 5 further investigated the effects of auditory and haptic contact cues on a pointing task, with the hand and with a tool.  ...  Physical contact constraints were represented by the presence o r absence of physical targets.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-27795-8_79 fatcat:u55abzrembebvdzvu5xnqvtlmy

Sensor-Based Control for Collaborative Robots: Fundamentals, Challenges and Opportunities [article]

Andrea Cherubini, David Navarro-Alarcon
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The objective of this paper is to present a systematic review of existing sensor-based control methodologies for applications that involve direct interaction between humans and robots, in the form of either  ...  To this end, we first introduce the basic formulation of the sensor-servo problem, then present the most common approaches: vision-based, touch-based, audio-based, and distance-based control.  ...  In this review, touch includes both proprioceptive force and tact, with the latter involving direct physical contact with an exter- nal object.  ... 
arXiv:2007.02067v1 fatcat:qozztozlbfg4nolpfidhhgme2q

Budowanie partnerstwa w relacji rodzic – nauczyciel z odwołaniem do tradycyjnych i współczesnych form pracy

Irena Pulak, Martyna Szczotka, Katarzyna Szewczuk
2016 Edukacja elementarna w teorii i praktyce  
W tekście artykułu wskazano czynniki, które sprzyjają podniesieniu efektywności całego procesu edukacyjnego, ukazano, że są one korzystne dla wszystkich podmiotów biorących w nim udział.  ...  When describing this issue, the authors focus on showing its significance and weight for the correct development of the child, analyse forms and methods of mutual con-tacts and share advice and guidelines  ...  On the basis of analysed literature on the subject, the significance of interaction was shown, along with the need of undertaking extensive activities in the area of improvement of relations between teachers  ... 
doi:10.14632/eetp.2016.11.40.131 doaj:5245d17b46564268bb90be87cf39d603 fatcat:vh7dzx2oizbvrefsw4h5fmd5aq

The Pedagogy of Momus Technologies: Facebook, Privacy, and Online Intimacy

Max van Manen
2010 Qualitative Health Research  
In addition, I examine the forms of contact afforded by instant messaging and texting on wireless mobile technologies such as the cell phone (and its wireless hybrids) for the way young people are and  ...  Privacy, secrecy, and innerness in young people's lives play a critical role in the development of self-identity, autonomy, intimacy, and the ability of learning to negotiate closeness and distance in  ...  Texting allows one to feel in touch with friends and acquaintances without, it seems, having to be too close: a virtual experience of present absence.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1049732310364990 pmid:20335498 fatcat:rw636u4mwzh4nmx32i5kwfs76u

Advances in Controlling the Attachment and Removal of Groups of Particles [chapter]

2002 Particle Adhesion  
A CIP catalog record for this book is available from the British Library. The paper in this publication meets the requirements of the ANSI Standard Z39, 48-1984 (Permanence of Paper).  ...  Bruce Holm and Dr. Edmund Egan of the University at Buffalo, who provided expert advice on lung surfactant and lung cell harvest.  ...  This study was supported in part by an American Fellowship from the American Association of University Women and the Mark Diamond Research Fund (GSA) of the State University of New York at Buffalo.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781482298161-12 fatcat:yzk6lrs3jfdqxeu55uadv6kwe4

Hall transport in granular metals

Maxim Yu. Kharitonov, Konstantin B. Efetov
2008 Physical Review B  
We show that in the absence of Coulomb interaction the Hall resistivity ρ_xy depends neither on the tunneling conductance nor on the intragrain disorder and is given by the classical formula ρ_xy=H/(n^  ...  Further, we study the effects of Coulomb interactions by calculating first-order in 1/g_T corrections and find that (i) in a wide range of temperatures T ≳ exceeding the tunneling escape rate , the Hall  ...  We are left with the following general type of diagram (in the absence of Coulomb interaction and weak localization effects) for Π ab (ω, i − j) shown in Fig.3c : (1) each contact (i+a, i) and (j+b, j  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevb.77.045116 fatcat:7jl6lxwqerg3bbamhydx3qmjqq

The Effect of Labeling of Special Education Students on the Perceptions of Contact versus Noncontact Normal Peers

J. William Cook, Janet P. Wollersheim
1976 The Journal of special education  
Ken Morrison, who at the time of the study were the Superintendent and Assistant Superin tendent, respectively, of School District #1 in Missoula, Montana. I would also like to thank Mr.  ...  Herb Carson, then Director of Special Educa tion for Missoula, and the Principals of the three schools that partici pated in this study: Mr. Leo Schroeder, Lowell School; Mr. John Hutchin son, C. S.  ...  Normal peers would have at least seen the EMR pupils regularly and had some interaction. Thus, it is only the degree of con tact which is controlled and not the presence or absence of it.  ... 
doi:10.1177/002246697601000213 fatcat:b4xdf3bf2rdg7kbolvead4g6ee

The Yuqui Connection: Another Look at Siriono Deculturation

Allyn MacLean Stearman
1984 American Anthropologist  
Both the Yuqui and Sirioné give great im- portance to the eyes as a source of names or nicknames, with names such as “sick-eyes” (eresa-erast), “crooked eye” (eresa-ochi) and “fish-eye” (yeyti-detsdé)  ...  Other indications of Paraguayan origin are the lack and fear of the domestic dog, which presumably was unknown to the Guarani before European contact (Métraux 1963b 1:265), and the absence of stone tools  ... 
doi:10.1525/aa.1984.86.3.02a00060 fatcat:eckfcvacp5b2pogf7uhljw3lve

Neighborhood and Community Participation

Edward C. Devereux
1960 Journal of Social Issues  
These higher achieved levels of par- ticipation should produce, in turn, still higher levels of achieved con- tact with villagers, which would produce still more reinforcement, and so on.  ...  We may safely conclude that the relationship reported in our first hypothesis is not upset by differences in accessibility or con- tact with the village.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-4560.1960.tb00413.x fatcat:zqlwy6caerh57nrxsubw6ajrdq

The operational principle in the physical and psychological sciences

J. R. Kantor
1938 The Psychological Record  
When one looks at red with one eye and green with the other, the subject reports a fusion to form yellow.  ...  But there are more difficult problems involved in the interaction with more abstract relations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03393211 fatcat:vueai4qe4ngo5omhfm75zubu2q

Aggression in a Boys' Street-Corner Group†

Walter B. Miller, Hildred Geertz, Henry S. G. Cutter
1961 Psychiatry  
During the year se- lected for analysis, the worker contacted the Junior Outlaws an average of 4.8 times a week, with con- tacts ranging from 2 to 6 hours, and recorded 644 typescript pages of data.  ...  Intermediate Outlaws Senior Outlaws Neighborhood Adults in Fre- quent Contact with Junior Outlaws Recreation workers ........ 5.0 Storekeepers Corner-Group Soci*l Worker Other Adults in Regular Con- tact  ... 
doi:10.1080/00332747.1961.11023277 fatcat:f2m3xcdi5fdztagwpy5siogebu

Cooperative structural transitions induced by non-homogeneous intramolecular interactions in compact globular proteins

I. Bahar, R.L. Jernigan
1994 Biophysical Journal  
Effects of repulsive interactions, however, do not depend so strongly on residue pair and cause more localized structural changes.  ...  Conformational free energies corresponding to the association of residues i and j were computed both for the unperturbed system, all subject to identical intramolecular interactions, and for the perturbed  ...  We acknowledge the National Cancer Institute for allocation of computing time and staff support at the Biomedical Supercomputing Center at the Frederick Cancer Research and Development Center.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0006-3495(94)80798-2 pmid:8161700 pmcid:PMC1275714 fatcat:pw46cvag7jffvagkqy7q72tp6u

A survey of real locomotion techniques for immersive virtual reality applications on head-mounted displays

Jorge C.S. Cardoso, André Perrotta
2019 Computers & graphics  
In real locomotion techniques, users physically move in the real world to affect movement in the Virtual Environment (VE).  ...  A B S T R A C T Locomotion is a fundamental activity in Virtual Reality (VR) and has been the focus of a large body of research since the implementation of the first systems.  ...  found that the steer-to-orbit algorithm 4 outperformed the steer-to-center in keeping the user in a smaller 5 physical area and in reducing the number of potential wall con-6 tacts. 7 When there is  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cag.2019.09.005 fatcat:j6dp7jdrdzh3jge76ngpdo5e2q

The Soliya Connect Program: Two Institutions' Experience with Virtual Intercultural Communication

Steven Elliott-Gower, Kenneth Hill
2015 eJournal of Public Affairs  
The first problem, as Soliya and many others see it, is that only a tiny percentage of U.S.  ...  to engage "virtually" in dialogue, via video-conferencing technology, with students around the world about Islam and the relationship between Western countries and Muslim-majority countries.  ...  We also felt that these were the sorts of objectives that one would expect to find in a physical exchange program, although the objectives of a physical exchange program might well focus on one particular  ... 
doi:10.21768/ejopa.v4i1.66 fatcat:76jqklcz6vdebify3jpgds3gzu
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