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Linda Cameron and Antoinette Gagne TIlE REVIEWERS Linda Cameron is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Education at the University of Toronto. ... Cameron is an assistant professor in the department of Adult, Career and Technology Education at the University of Alberta. ...doi:10.18806/tesl.v11i1.629 fatcat:hxqc4a7qofemtjyjx3tukyrlha
He simply lumps brains I ,, EPLING AND CAMERON together, and says that Yellow ones weigh more than White ones which, in turn, are larger than Black brains. ...doi:10.5210/bsi.v1i1.193 fatcat:ffuytnr7ifb6fao2us3wjndusm
., family, community, or church), gained widespread acceptance in Western civilization only during Judy Cameron Photo by University of Alberta. the last few centuries (Sampson, 1988) . ... Cameron and Pierce (1994) recently reported an extensive meta-analysis concerning the effects of reward on intrinsic motivation. ...doi:10.1037//0003-066x.51.11.1153 pmid:8937264 fatcat:hietpj3gkndsnb7p3neydngw6i
., family, community, or church), gained widespread acceptance in Western civilization only during Judy Cameron Photo by University of Alberta. the last few centuries (Sampson, 1988) . ... Cameron and Pierce (1994) recently reported an extensive meta-analysis concerning the effects of reward on intrinsic motivation. ...doi:10.1037/0003-066x.51.11.1153 fatcat:fmtmkwemxng53n3ctkl5bsa47y
Reviews of language tests can be found in Alderson, Krahnke, and Stansfield (1987) Judy Cameron The Reviewer Judy Cameron is an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at ...doi:10.18806/tesl.v13i2.672 fatcat:ek7f5mq53zec5iv37huolfhpfi
I I i I CAMERON & EPLING Multiple Body and Duplicate Personality Even more important than multiple personality is the possibility of one personality having several bodies. The logic is obvious. ...doi:10.5210/bsi.v3i1.201 fatcat:yvuk4fg64bhd7lty5pd6a6knru
related disorders (Cameron, 2000) . A significant body of literature has focused upon the application of stress and its consequences on reproductive cyclicity and the related neuroendocrinology. ... In studies underway, we find little relation between basal cortisol or acute stress-induced cortisol and stress sensitivity status (Herod and Cameron, unpublished data) . ...doi:10.1007/s12035-008-8042-z pmid:18931961 pmcid:PMC3266127 fatcat:wddk4mzylrgx7fi4v7l43otkce
Objectives This stand-alone urban children's hospital ED aims to improve team-based care, situational awareness, and patient outcomes through team huddles and associated interventions (figure 1). Methods Development of the CAHR-AT utilized vital signs data of >1 × 10^6 patients to derive standards. Logistic Abstract 1 Figure 5 Association of CAHR-AT score and severity of illness Abstract 1 Figure 6 Association of CAHR-AT score with incidence of acute kidney injury (AKI) among admitted patientsdoi:10.1111/j.1742-6723.2012.01571.x pmid:22672160 fatcat:zjm2agjj5jepflw3wmfdvsnjv4
more »... ithin 48 hrs of arrival Abstract 1 Figure 7 Differences in length of stay (LOS in days) between CAHR+ patients who received the bundle (IVF and IV antibiotics) vs. those who did not Abstracts Abstract 2 Figure 1 Abstract 2 Figure 2 Abstracts Abstract 2 Figure 3 Abstract 2 Figure 4 Abstracts BMJOQ 2019;8(Suppl 2):A1-A51 A5 on March 18, 2020 by guest. Protected by copyright.
Their growth in self-knowledge and therapeutic use of self becomes paramount in an international setting (Cameron & Neander, 1994) . ... For example, those students requesting to go to Guatemala, were asked to submit a letter requesting the experience, attach two recent clinical references, and participate in an interview (Cameron & Neander ...doi:10.2202/1548-923x.1119 pmid:16646912 fatcat:pgzkmxtcf5ajnbbyraksx4wcfm
Noting the youth and parliamentary inexperience of David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg at the point at which they acquired the leadership of their parties, Cowley concluded that: 'the British now ... Comparisons from Attlee to Cameron Not since the publication of Alderman and Cross's article on 'rejuvenating the Cabinet' in 1986 has there been a systematic evaluation of the age profiles of Cabinet ...doi:10.1111/j.1467-923x.2013.12022.x fatcat:xu3pm2iq4jg43katzhg4qiwy4y
Given her role as an Editorial Board Member, Helen ence, we acknowledge that those who have graduated 555 650 Our experiences show that the context and delivery Cameron had no involvement nor access to ...doi:10.3233/acs-210030 fatcat:spa2zlprtjaezg76n77farnoge
Competing interests Judy Lowthian is the recipient of an NHMRC postgraduate research scholarship to undertake her doctorate on emergency demand. ...doi:10.1071/ah09866 pmid:21367333 fatcat:ubuiehjv2nehlph4iekajb3hbi
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
As the world moves towards the social web, criminals also adapt their activities to these environments. Online dating websites, and more generally people recommenders, are a particular target for romance scams. Criminals create fake profiles to attract users who believe they are entering a relationship. Scammers can cause extreme harm to people and to the reputation of the website. This makes it important to ensure that recommender strategies do not favour fraudulent profiles over those ofdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-31454-4_19 fatcat:cv32oerqxjer3c3odbdgacztcy
more »... imate users. There is therefore a clear need to gain understanding of the sensitivity of recommender algorithms to scammers. We investigate this by (1) establishing a corpus of suspicious profiles and (2) assessing the effect of these profiles on the major classes of reciprocal recommender approaches: collaborative and content-based. Our findings indicate that collaborative strategies are strongly influenced by the suspicious profiles, while a pure content-based technique is not influenced by these users.
This lack of consistency between task interest and free-choice measures is a common finding of recent meta-analyses (Cameron et aI., 2001; Cameron & Pierce, 2002; Deci et aI., 1999) . ... Some researchers argue that negative effects of rewards are pervasive (Deci, Koestner, & Ryan, 1999) ; others contend that negative effects are limited (Cameron & Pierce, 1994 , 2002 Eisenberger & Cameron ...doi:10.1007/bf03395453 fatcat:e4he4po64baulgvsqa33ut5fli
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of a simulation-based learning (SBL) experience on perceived confidence in monitoring and evaluation, as part of the delivery of nutrition care of pre-placement dietetic students, and to describe their perceived value of the learning experience post-placement. A mixed method explanatory sequential study design was used. A confidence appraisal scale was developed and completed by students before (n = 37) and after (n = 33) a low fidelitydoi:10.3390/educsci10070186 fatcat:sk5h3kxxknhchpmda7dhkvqpju
more »... tion using a volunteer patient in an acute care setting. Two semi-structured focus group discussions with post-placement students (n = 17) were thematically analysed, grounded in phenomenology. Overall perceived confidence in monitoring and evaluating, as part of nutrition care, improved after the simulation [pre-SBL: 74 (62–83) vs. post-SBL: 89 (81–98.5), p = 0.00]. Two factors emerged to modulate confidence, namely (i) structure and (ii) authentic learning. Structure in turn was modulated by two key factors; safety and process. A low fidelity simulation using a standardised patient can improve students' perceived confidence in monitoring and evaluation, and a well-structured authentic learning experience was valued and positively perceived by most dietetic students.
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