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Yu-Tao Loo and the development of neuropsychology in China

Yanyan Qian, Wei Chen, Shengjun Wen
2017 Protein & Cell  
creativecommons.org/ licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a  ...  Finally, Loo contributed to the promotion of popularization of scientific knowledge, and fostered the next generation of young scholars.  ...  With their efforts, the brain research in China entered into a new stage. As Loo said, "his research pattern can be categorized into three directions after returning to China.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13238-017-0376-8 pmid:28233162 pmcid:PMC5498336 fatcat:s7wbmcgtqffgvmgxbi7qqqoojq

The Highs in Communication Research: Research Topics With High Supply, High Popularity, and High Prestige in High-Impact Journals

Chung-hong Chan, Christiane Grill
2020 Communication Research  
The lion's share of research has hereby focused either on the supply side of research examining what topics scholars write about or at the popularity side of research shedding light on what scientific  ...  More and more scholarly attention is paid to dissecting discipline of communication research under the microscope thereby aiming at revealing foci of scientific interest.  ...  prior knowledge into the model (McElreath, 2015) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/0093650220944790 fatcat:lkfi3yvs5za7jikzotqruyzmfe

Galen's Analogy: Animal Experimentation and Anatomy in the Second Century C.E

Annastasia Conner
2017 Anthós  
knowledge would never have been gained, as it eliminated the moral and ethical concerns connected with cutting into a living being.  ...  More research clearly needs to be done into the discontinuance of human dissection in the ancient world following the work of the scholars in Alexandria in the early third century B.C.E.  ... 
doi:10.15760/anthos.2017.118 fatcat:54dczito35hxlauo2oi467r4ky

History of Medicine: Health, Medicine and Disease in the Eighteenth Century

JONATHAN ANDREWS
2011 Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies  
It discusses the emergence of the discipline from a period of directional crisis to more recent emphasis on a pluralistic and 'bigger-picture' agenda, on comparative, cross-disciplinary and multicultural  ...  Research on menstruation has challenged the previous fixation on pathology and treatment, addressing a range of issues from attitudes regarding sexual difference to popular beliefs/knowledge and regulation  ...  extent to which diffusion of medical knowledge transcended the boundaries of 'popular' medical cultures. 49 While earlier cultish enthusiasm for the history of the body has somewhat paled, scholars  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1754-0208.2011.00448.x pmid:25083003 pmcid:PMC4113931 fatcat:kqxyoxqy55aenp3shte3lqjct4

Enhancing the Infrastructure of Research on the Nordic Educational Past

Björn Norlin, David Sjögren
2014 Nordic Journal of Educational History  
The study compares urban and rural areas as well as different school types and reveals considerable differences in the social profile of teachers.  ...  , thereby generating a common body of knowledge in the field.  ... 
doi:10.36368/njedh.v1i1.30 fatcat:sfpqejnv3fdjzdmzsz3cgz5ye4

Bibliometric and Visualized Analysis of Mobile Technology in Tourism

Sirong Chen, Rob Law, Shaogui Xu, Mu Zhang
2020 Sustainability  
of research trends, research areas, top journals, author/institution/country or region collaboration networks, research keywords, and research foundations.  ...  This research aimed to systematically, comprehensively, and objectively analyze the current research status and potential future research directions in this field through a visual bibliometric analysis  ...  This finding provides a valuable reference for scholars in this field.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12197975 fatcat:ep46mxkdnbavxcumlssmk3lwpq

"A peculiar mark of infamy"%3A Punitive dissection and England's Murder Act of 1752

Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara
2016 Figshare  
Transforming the body into a site of knowledge and punishment, the criminal was, essentially, excised from the social body.  ...  This contradicted popular ideals of a "good" death primarily by denying proper Christian funerary and burial services and especially in denying life after death to the dissectee.  ...  Transformed into a site of knowledge and punishment, the criminal was, essentially, excised from the social body.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4057557 fatcat:hf7qkyj6kfhaln45iejvkaxxzu

Web 2.0 and Destination Marketing: Current Trends and Future Directions

Marcello Mariani
2020 Sustainability  
However, no comprehensive appraisal of this research area has been conducted so far.  ...  research topics, gaps and future directions, and designing a theory-driven agenda for future research.  ...  prevalently classified into the computer science (7.8%) and environmental sciences (3.1%) areas (see Figure 7 ).  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12093771 fatcat:yrxxclg6djg4bbwz4uci6tspy4

A Bibliometric and Visual Analysis of Rural Development Research

Ying Lu, Walter Timo de Vries
2021 Sustainability  
The results show that this field of study has attracted progressively more scholars from a variety of research fields and has become multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary.  ...  The changing knowledge domains of rural development research also reflect the dynamics and complexity of rural contexts.  ...  The period during which these keywords are more popular among scholars is depicted in red.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13116136 fatcat:d2r2elyz55cavjvajax44kwdru

From brain collections to modern brain banks: A historical perspective

Arenn Faye Carlos, Tino Emanuele Poloni, Valentina Medici, Maia Chikhladze, Antonio Guaita, Mauro Ceroni
2019 Alzheimer s & Dementia Translational Research & Clinical Interventions  
Our current knowledge of the structure, function, and diseases of the brain comes from direct examination of its substance.  ...  In the last centuries, only a few elite had managed to retrieve, gather, and preserve the elusive brain for their own research.  ...  In 1889, Burt Green Wilder (1841-1925) began a collection of more than 600 brains, dividing them into "Brains of Educated and Orderly Persons", belonging to scholars and eminent individuals, and "Brains  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.trci.2018.12.002 pmid:30775417 pmcid:PMC6365388 fatcat:7haluqnljbf4jidj7op3n3uiqq

Challenges of measuring software impact through citations: An examination of the lme4 R package

Kai Li, Pei-Ying Chen, Erjia Yan
2019 Journal of Informetrics  
Our results reveal a little-discussed challenge of using citation data to measure the impact of software, that even within the category of formal citation, there might be different forms in which the same  ...  The rise of software as a research object is mirrored in the increasing interests towards quantitative studies of scientific software.  ...  Acknowledgement This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services for the project titled "Building an entity-based research framework to enhance digital services on knowledge  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.joi.2019.02.007 fatcat:uwium6hvy5guvh7sqf32lf4rka

From the Finnish Experience to the Chinese Path: Review and Reflections on Chinese Research on Finnish Education

Yuzhuo Cai, Bing Zuo
2019 ECNU Review of Education  
Design/Approach/Methods: This article is based on an analysis of the research on Finnish education contained in the Chinese National Knowledge Infrastructure database from 2000 to 2017.  ...  such experience can serve as a model as China embarks on its own path toward educational reform.  ...  Understanding the Finnish experience In their research on the successful experience of Finnish education, Chinese scholars have focused on three broad areas of study to different extent.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2096531119852251 fatcat:xyyxps3vrzbqbgdtzexpv6ktjm

The process of developing a rubric to assess the cognitive complexity of student-generated multiple choice questions in medical education

Rebecca Grainger, Emma Osborne, Wei Dai, Diane Kenwright
2018 Asia Pacific Scholar  
We simplified the six-level taxonomy into a three-level rubric.  ...  In the context of a student-generated MCQ writing task, we developed a rubric for assessing the cognitive complexity of MCQs based on Bloom's taxonomy.  ...  Question testing application of knowledge A 27-year-old man is rushed into the Emergency department after suddenly collapsing during a marathon run.  ... 
doi:10.29060/taps.2018-3-2/oa1049 fatcat:nz3ar4khdvdmddj4eea4m7y6jq

Making and Managing Knowledge in the "New" Humanities: An Australian Experience

Dawn Bennett
2011 International Journal of the Humanities  
One academic transcribed the process as akin to translating the work into another language for a culture where the rules are all different [personal communication].  ...  of a thesis … puts the search into research".  ... 
doi:10.18848/1447-9508/cgp/v09i01/43113 fatcat:asilr6usvjcsvddymyb2pgcuwm

Global research status and hotspot analysis of meniscal root tears based on the WOS database

Yifan Wang, Chen Huang, Yansong Qi, Huricha Bao, Yongsheng Xu
2022 Frontiers in Surgery  
status of research at different times.ConclusionResearch in this field over the past 32 years has gone through a phase of exploration in the understanding of the anatomy of the meniscal root and the diagnosis  ...  The main keywords that ranked first were posterior root tear, medial meniscus, menisci tibial, and ACL reconstruction, and these clusters combined with the corresponding emergence reflected the current  ...  Conflict of interest The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fsurg.2022.944566 fatcat:zqgnbuixevf77ejtmwtbcldbjy
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