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Johnson, Michelle de Haan (2018) , Neurokognitywistyka rozwoju... są one przyczyną, czy też skutkiem zaburzeń. ...doi:10.4467/20843879pr.19.025.11731 fatcat:rwfr276minhbnmnfqrs3p6wxwq
The reformulation of field theory in which self-energy processes are no longer present [Annals of Physics, 311 (2004), 314.], [ Progr. Theor. Phys., 109 (2003), 881.], [Trends in Statistical Physics 3 (2000), 115.] provides an adequate tool to transform Swinger-Dyson equations into a kinetic description outside any approximation scheme. Usual approaches in quantum electrodynamics (QED) are unable to cope with the mechanical momentum of the electron and replace it by the canonical momentum. ThearXiv:hep-th/0602030v2 fatcat:p7u7ojwcuffs7gmtfy3if5q34u
more »... se of that unphysical momentum is responsible for the divergences that are removed by the renormalization procedure in the S-matrix theory. The connection between distribution functions in terms of the canonical and those in terms of the mechanical momentum is now provided by a dressing operator [Annals of Physics, 314 (2004), 10] that allows the elimination of the above divergences, as the first steps are illustrated here.
Amino acid-derived isocyano amides together with TMSN3, oxocomponents and 1o or 2o amines are common substrates in the Ugi tetrazole reaction. We surprisingly found that combining these substrates gives two...doi:10.1039/c9cc09194g pmid:31950120 fatcat:isov5bjreffffklstitixy2bea
[First page footer] Review Michelle Downes et al. ...doi:10.1111/dmcn.13395 pmid:28164277 fatcat:skwckhi7mjdclfiyibg7tbfujy
Early interventions targeted at attentional control may mitigate the development of future deficits in other executive domains, such as planning and working memory (de Haan, Bauer, Georgieff, & Nelson ... Despite the accumulating evidence for differences in executive function by school age, there is little known about how these skills emerge in preterm infants (van de Weijer-Bergsma, Wijnroks, & Jongmans ...doi:10.1016/j.infbeh.2018.01.002 pmid:29407427 fatcat:ydalp5e7z5hefj5t7odevjtn74
AimsFew studies have investigated the potential impact of sickle cell anaemia (SCA) on temperament. The aim of the current study was to investigate temperament in preschool children with SCA and to establish the reliability of the Children's Behaviour Questionnaire (CBQ) in this population.MethodsThe CBQ, a parent-report measure of temperament, was completed by parents of 21 preschool children with SCA and a control group of parents of typically developing children, matched for age, ethnicitydoi:10.1136/archdischild-2018-315054 pmid:30578248 fatcat:qxyvufmjobdqbosrhtupz7c4li
more »... d socioeconomic status.ResultsA significant difference between groups was identified for the dimension of negative affectivity only, with specific differences observed in the discomfort subdomain. Patients with a greater number of hospital admissions in the previous year were reported to have higher levels of discomfort.ConclusionsPreschool children with SCA are reported to have higher rates of negative affectivity, particularly discomfort. Future research is required to investigate the potential influence of dysregulated negative emotions and discomfort on disease management and quality of life throughout childhood.
© Blackwell PublishersLtd. 2002 Michelle de Haan and Kathleen M. Thomas © Blackwell Publishers Ltd. 2002 Michelle de Haan and Kathleen M. ... Thomas © Blackwell Publishers Ltd. 2002 Michelle de Haan and Kathleen M. Thomas © Blackwell Publishers Ltd. 2002 ...doi:10.1111/1467-7687.00373 fatcat:im23vwzgjzbddcxjpan3owad2a
Haan and Nelson 1998) . ... Previous studies show that at 7 months of age infants show a consistent spontaneous looking preference for fearful faces compared with happy ones (de Haan and Nelson 1998; Nelson and Dolgin 1985; Nelson ...doi:10.1068/p3155 pmid:11694087 fatcat:jgu3rqx5nbagdgurvtytf5a22a
Design I.F. de Coo, L.A. Wilbrink (b) Acquisition of Data I.F. de Coo, G.D. Ie (c) Analysis and Interpretation of Data I.F. de Coo, L.A. Wilbrink, G.D. Ie, J. Haan, M.D. ... Ferrari Category 2 (a) Drafting the Manuscript I.F. de Coo (b) Revising it for Intellectual Content L.A. Wilbrink, G.D. Ie, J. Haan, M.D. ...doi:10.1111/head.13344 pmid:29933513 fatcat:gb7xkxztcrhwved5qytnd2rahu
NELSON AND DE HAAN Method Participants The final group of participants were nineteen 7-month-old infants (M = 217 days, range 210-221 days; 7 males). ... It is difficult to provide direct support for this hypothesis (for more detailed discussion see Nelson & de Haan, in press) partly because many of the methods used to study the neural bases of behavior ...doi:10.1002/(sici)1098-2302(199611)29:7<577::aid-dev3>3.3.co;2-k pmid:8911773 fatcat:ho2uvwtrr5dt5jxkdriubdsbp4
Haan, 2013; Schatz & Roberts, 2007) . ... difficult to ascertain the extent of potential EF deficits at this early stage although there is emerging evidence for subtle delays in early working memory and processing speed (Hogan, Telfer, Kirkham, & de ...doi:10.1017/s1355617718000255 pmid:29843828 fatcat:ckytyee6kjcovoxwtlrzly4e7u
doi:10.3791/51705 pmid:25045930 pmcid:PMC4209895 fatcat:t6ojusxmqvaj3c4o5ui4pdsgiu
NELSON AND DE HAAN Method Participants The final group of participants were nineteen 7-month-old infants (M = 217 days, range 210-221 days; 7 males). ... It is difficult to provide direct support for this hypothesis (for more detailed discussion see Nelson & de Haan, in press) partly because many of the methods used to study the neural bases of behavior ...doi:10.1002/(sici)1098-2302(199611)29:7<577::aid-dev3>3.0.co;2-r pmid:8911773 fatcat:nugdximsvfdtzf2zne2xxb5mzm
WORD COUNT: Abstract-104 words; Main text-1330 words TABLES: 2 RUNNING TITLE: Sleep in preschool children with Sickle Cell Anemia SCA Sickle cell anemia SDB Sleep disordered breathing SES Socio-economic status Abstract Snoring and poor sleep may affect cognition, particularly in young children with chronic conditions. Parents of London preschoolers with sickle cell anemia (SCA; n=22), matched controls (n=24) and unselected typically developing (n=142) preschoolers completed sleepdoi:10.1002/pbc.26337 pmid:27860202 fatcat:437gpzmve5czrje2reptmmzu5q
more »... Preschoolers with SCA had significantly more sleep problems when compared to matched controls and the larger population. Snoring occurred at least 1 to 2 nights a week for 79% of the SCA patient group. This is compared with 25% of matched controls and 33% of the larger population. Randomized controlled trials to improve sleep in young children with SCA, who are already at-risk for cognitive dysfunction, should be considered.
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