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A Title Page of Michael Praetorius

Peter Holman
2019 De musica disserenda  
A full transcription and discussion will appear in Holman, Before the Baton.6 Spencer, "Chitarrone, Theorbo and Archlute", 413. 7 Reproduced in Spitzer and Zaslaw, Birth of the Orchestra, 112,fig. 4.1  ...  Gabrieli's use of high-and low-pitched choirs can be conveniently seen in the complete edition of Symphoniae sacrae […] liber secundus (Venice, 1615), edited by Peter Rottländer and available on the  ... 
doi:10.3986/dmd15.1-2.01 fatcat:sr2k6luxc5h2zazunxdbca7lui

CHARLES DIBDIN, THE SADLER'S WELLS DIALOGUES ED. PETER HOLMAN Centre for Eighteenth-Century Music, Massey University, Series 1 No. 3 Wellington: Artaria, 2007 pp. 193, isbn 1 877369 60 8

2010 Eighteenth-Century Music  
Three Operas by Charles Dibdin, performed by Opera Restor'd under the direction of Peter Holman (Hyperion CDA66608).  ...  Holman obviously has scholars primarily in mind, but also suggests that it will be possible 'to make (New York: Peter Lang, 1989) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1478570609990595 fatcat:ejtrj3fvw5bqlljq4su65s7uzy

Reply to Curtis

Peter Holmans, Nick Craddock
1998 American Journal of Human Genetics  
PETER HOLMANS AND NICK CRADDOCK * Division of Psychological Medicine University of Wales College of Medicine Heath Park Cardiff Table 1 1 Performance of Two-Stage Strategies Grid and Stage 1 Sample a  ...  Given that our conclusions hold up under twolocus analysis (Holmans and Craddock 1997) , we would be hopeful that they would also be true under multilocus analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1086/301683 fatcat:juixqxbtazaldb7f5pl6nmscum

Handel's harpsichords revisited Part I: Handel and Ruckers harpsichords

Peter Holman
2021 Early Music  
Peter Holman, Emeritus Professor at the University of Leeds, has wide interests in English music from about 1550 to 1850, performance practice and the history of instruments and instrumental music.  ...  As a performer he is director of The Parley of Instruments, the Suffolk Villages Festival, and Leeds Baroque.  ...  Abstract Peter Holman Handel's harpsichords revisited Part I: Handel and Ruckers harpsichords The harpsichords supposedly owned or played by Handel have long been the subject of scholarly enquiry,  ... 
doi:10.1093/em/caab027 fatcat:a7mkamhmurcxlm65xisf2e25jq

Treasure in Heaven: The Holy Poor in Early Christianity by Peter Brown

Susan R. Holman
2017 Journal of Late Antiquity  
of Peter Brown.  ...  Holman (Harvard University) Few scholars have traced the nuances between power dynamics of wealth and ideas of the sacred in late antique Christianity with the creativity, persuasive elegance, and tenacity  ... 
doi:10.1353/jla.2017.0012 fatcat:txgk5onjsfaabnggnqoxkx46ly

A classification of controlled interpersonal affect regulation strategies

Karen Niven, Peter Totterdell, David Holman
2009 Emotion  
that controlled regulation strategies can be characterized by a motive and the means with which to achieve that motive (Buss, Gomes, Higgins, & Lauterbach, 1987; Scheier & Carver, 1988; Totterdell & Holman  ...  situation, e.g., allowing the target to vent Strategies to improve affect Strategies to worsen affect Engagement strategies Positive engagement Negative engagement NIVEN, TOTTERDELL, AND HOLMAN  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0015962 pmid:19653772 fatcat:slv3dcorbvagdfm7u2gqpminqi


Chuan Li, Tuba Özkan-Haller, Gabriel García-Medina, Robert A. Holman, Peter Ruggiero
2018 Coastal Engineering Proceedings  
We present an examination of unusually large runup events that were observed on January 16, 2016 on the west coast of the United States. Although these events resemble small tsunamis, no earthquake or significant atmospheric disturbances were observed during this time. Coincidental observations of long and rapidly increasing peak wave periods and moderately large wave heights both on- and off-shelf suggest that long and large swells generated by distant storms were possibly the cause of these events.
doi:10.9753/icce.v36.currents.63 fatcat:3wqa6bce6ba4zaxn44ox52evby

The effect of linkage disequilibrium on linkage analysis of incomplete pedigrees

Douglas F Levinson, Peter Holmans
2005 BMC Genetics  
Dense SNP maps can be highly informative for linkage studies. But when parental genotypes are missing, multipoint linkage scores can be inflated in regions with substantial marker-marker linkage disequilibrium (LD). Such regions were observed in the Affymetrix SNP genotypes for the Genetic Analysis Workshop 14 (GAW14) Collaborative Study on the Genetics of Alcoholism (COGA) dataset, providing an opportunity to test a novel simulation strategy for studying this problem. First, an inheritance
more » ... or (with or without linkage present) is simulated for each replicate, i.e., locations of recombinations and transmission of parental chromosomes are determined for each meiosis. Then, two sets of founder haplotypes are superimposed onto the inheritance vector: one set that is inferred from the actual data and which contains the pattern of LD; and one set created by randomly selecting parental alleles based on the known allele frequencies, with no correlation (LD) between markers. Applying this strategy to a map of 176 SNPs (66 Mb of chromosome 7) for 100 replicates of 116 sibling pairs, significant inflation of multipoint linkage scores was observed in regions of high LD when parental genotypes were set to missing, with no linkage present. Similar inflation was observed in analyses of the COGA data for these affected sib pairs with parental genotypes set to missing, but not after reducing the marker map until r 2 between any pair of markers was ≤ 0.05. Additional simulation studies of affected sib pairs assuming uniform LD throughout a marker map demonstrated inflation of significance levels at r 2 values greater than 0.05. When genotypes are available only from two affected siblings in many families in a sample, trimming SNP maps to limit r 2 to 0-0.05 for all marker pairs will prevent inflation of linkage scores without sacrificing substantial linkage information. Simulation studies on the observed pedigree structures and map can also be used to determine the effect of LD on a particular study.
doi:10.1186/1471-2156-6-s1-s6 pmid:16451672 pmcid:PMC1866723 fatcat:xwvumaeqvfaitnto6b3hdeuzkm

Familial phenotype differences in PKD1111See Editorial, p. 344

Nick Hateboer, Lazarus P. Lazarou, Andrew J. Williams, Peter Holmans, David Ravine
1999 Kidney International  
Peters DJM, Sandkuyl LA: Genetic heterogeneity of polycystic differences between families are due to underlying mutakidney disease in Europe, in Contributions in Nephrology: Polycystic Kidney Disease (  ...  Cur-B, Saris JJ, Reynolds DM, Cai Y, Gabow PA, Pierides A, Kimberrently, evidence of such modifying influences is limited ling WJ, Breuning MH, Deltas CC, Peters DJM, Somlo S: PKD2, a gene for polycystic  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1523-1755.1999.00541.x pmid:10411677 fatcat:hphqyybfi5fexaw4ybjxnyc3zm

Book Review: "Performance Practice: A Dictionary-Guide for Musicians." by Roland Jackson

Peter Holman
2007 Performance Practice Review  
Holman, "Purcell's Orchestra," The Musical Times 137 (1996), 17-23. 16 Peter Holman, Four and Twenty Fiddlers: the Violin at the English Court, 1540-1690 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2/1995).  ...  Peter Holman is Professor of Historical Musicology at the University of Leeds, Director of The Parley of Instruments and Artistic Director of the Suffolk Villages Festival. works.  ... 
doi:10.5642/perfpr.200712.01.03 fatcat:nhw3pknwprdhhnhcbbk3js5ogy

Validation of an attitude scale as a device for predicting behavior

Peter A. Holman
1956 Journal of Applied Psychology  
Peter A.  ...  The Journal of Applied Psycholog Vol. 40, No. 5, 1956 Validation of an Attitude Scale as a Device for Predicting Behavior Peter A.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0047848 fatcat:x6qrdbc5ybaxleblkupx4ifvcu

Comparison of Methods for Combining Case-Control and Family-Based Association Studies

Beate Glaser, Peter Holmans
2009 Human Heredity  
foundercases ; G controls ) Glaser /Holmans Hum Hered 2009;68:106-116 108 Table 1 . 1 Type I error under the TDTCC scenario Method MAF CC 0.1 Trios 0.1 Trios 0.5 Trios 0.5 Trios 0.1 CC 0.5  ... 
doi:10.1159/000212503 pmid:19365137 fatcat:a346muczszdq7grvorm7ewomju

Monocyte-specific changes in gene expression implicate LACTB2 and PLIN2 in Alzheimer's disease [article]

Janet C. Harwood, Ganna Leonenko, Rebecca Sims, Valentina Escott-Price, Julie Williams, Peter Holmans
2020 bioRxiv   pre-print
More than 50 genetic loci have been identified as being associated with Alzheimer's disease (AD) from genome-wide association studies (GWAS) and many of these are involved in immune pathways and lipid metabolism. Therefore, we performed a transcriptome-wide association study (TWAS) of immune-relevant cells, to study the mis-regulation of genes implicated in AD. We used expression and genetic data from naive and induced CD14+ monocytes and two GWAS of AD to study genetically controlled gene
more » ... ssion in monocytes at different stages of differentiation and compared the results with those from TWAS of brain and blood. We identified nine genes with statistically independent TWAS signals, seven are known AD risk genes from GWAS: BIN1, PTK2B, SPI1, MS4A4A, MS4A6E, APOE and PVR and two, LACTB2 and PLIN2/ADRP, are novel candidate genes for AD. Three genes, SPI1, PLIN2 and LACTB2, are TWAS significant specifically in monocytes. LACTB2 is a mitochondrial endoribonuclease and PLIN2/ADRP associates with intracellular neutral lipid storage droplets (LSDs) which have been shown to play a role in the regulation of the of immune response.
doi:10.1101/2020.06.05.136275 fatcat:glket3mgsfdbjothkisimg2cpa

Edge Waves in the Presence of Strong Longshore Currents

Peter A. Howd, Anthony J. Bowen, Robert A. Holman
1992 Journal of Geophysical Research  
Holman and Bowen [1979] and Kirby et al. [1981] used 11,357 11,358 HOWD ET AL.' EDGE WAVES IN STRONG LONGSHORE CURRENTS  ...  Paper number 92JC00858. 0148 -0227/92/92J C-00858505.00 wave spectrum in the surf zone [Holman, 1981; Guza and Thornton, 1985; Howd et al., 1991a].  ...  The u0 profile is specified as by Holman and Bowen [1982] seaward of the break point (u0 increases slowly to the break point).  ... 
doi:10.1029/92jc00858 fatcat:zen7t57bfrd2pmfqwzqfwlssn4

Social networkers: Measuring and examining individual differences in propensity to connect with others

Peter Totterdell, David Holman, Amy Hukin
2008 Social Networks  
The research examined individual differences in people's propensity to connect with others (PCO). A measure of PCO, with components for making friends (strong ties), making acquaintances (weak ties), and joining others (bridging ties), was developed and tested in two studies involving 144 undergraduates and 197 health-care employees. PCO and its components were significantly positively associated with social network characteristics (including size, betweenness centrality, and brokerage) and
more » ... cators of personal adjustment including support received, attainment, well-being, influence, and suggestion-making. PCO had effects beyond those of major personality traits, and PCO components displayed distinctive relationships with work network characteristics.
doi:10.1016/j.socnet.2008.04.003 fatcat:owxb6kj5b5fwdhmdte6fwlldni
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