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97/02002 Four rivers second generation pressurized circulating fluidized bed combustion project

1997 Fuel and Energy Abstracts  
This paper will introduce the second generation PCFB process for the Four Rivers project, discuss the critical technology components, provide an update on the current status of the project, review the  ...  These pilot plant activities will be a major project focus for 1995. DOE then conducted a Reasonableness Review of the Air Products' Proposal and the updated  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-6701(97)87918-0 fatcat:jqkgyponwjgqhdirzbghoni62m

Page 77 of SRELS Journal of Information Management Vol. 12, Issue 3 [page]

1975 SRELS Journal of Information Management  
BENENFELD (A R). Generation and encoding of the Project’: INTREX augmented catalog data base.  ...  Project INTREX: A brief description. Cambridge, Mass; MIT; 1972. STEVENS (CHARLES H), CANFIELD (MARIE P), AND GARDNER (JEFFREY J). Library pathfinder: A new possibility for reference service.  ... 

MALC IN ILLINOIS

American Library Association
2019 College & research libraries news  
In dicussing project INTREX Mr. Netsch tated that this was-as the acronym impliestill experimental. INTREX, which takes ad antage of the multiple access computer, is not model library but what Mr.  ...  The program began Friday afternoon with a talk by Robert Asleson, general manager of University Microfilms on "The Future Inter relationship Between the Photocopying Industry and College and University  ... 
doi:10.5860/crln.28.7.166 fatcat:4rguxta7dfhvxjn66hb275dqyq

Books Received; Abstracts

1970 College and Research Libraries  
Eighteen pages of journal photocomposition were generated from a labeled machine file of U spekhi data by computer programs. A sample of an index page, from "The Physical Review," is also included.  ...  Following a definition of the scope of the project, future developments are discussed in a survey of plans and accomplishments of other cognate projects in the area of cooperative library networks.  ...  Included in this report are sections which cover: ( 1) a general introduction; ( 2) technical design; ( 3) the conversion requirements for the CSL-PC serials records; and ( 4) a subscriber's guide which  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_31_04_recent_publications fatcat:2t2d5dbntvg5ne7qo2pog4qlny

The Therapeutic Process As a Predictor of Change in Patients' Important Relationships During Time-Limited Dynamic Psychotherapy

Jamie D. Bedics, William P. Henry, David C. Atkins
2005 Psychotherapy  
Therapist warmth at Session 16 was predictive of a decrease in submissive behavior by patients toward their significant other.  ...  The authors sought to extend this research by examining how the therapeutic process in time-limited dynamic psychotherapy related to change in patients' perceptions of a specific relationship as rated  ...  Method Participants The Vanderbilt-II project (Strupp, 1993 ) was a 5-year TLDP study (Strupp & Binder, 1984) . A total of 45 patients had complete data and were selected for the current study.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0033-3204.42.3.279 fatcat:bcppeigfsjfuhicydi2xhzjgm4

An interpersonal model of psychotherapy: Linking patient and therapist developmental history, therapeutic process, and types of outcome

Russell B. Hilliard, William P. Henry, Hans H. Strupp
2000 Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology  
Initial support for the model was found, suggesting a direct effect of patient early parental relations on process and outcome, a direct effect of therapist early parental relations on process, and a direct  ...  This study empirically evaluated a 3-stage causal model based on interpersonal theory that relates patient and therapist early parental relations, the therapeutic alliance, and outcome.  ...  The three outcome measures we used were very different: a single, retrospective global change rating on a Likert-type scale; a general pre-post therapy symptom change with a 90-item standardized self-report  ... 
doi:10.1037//0022-006x.68.1.125 pmid:10710847 fatcat:bv3hnzo6dzecnbfpvx2jf6lyja

An interpersonal model of psychotherapy: Linking patient and therapist developmental history, therapeutic process, and types of outcome

Russell B. Hilliard, William P. Henry, Hans H. Strupp
2000 Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology  
Initial support for the model was found, suggesting a direct effect of patient early parental relations on process and outcome, a direct effect of therapist early parental relations on process, and a direct  ...  This study empirically evaluated a 3-stage causal model based on interpersonal theory that relates patient and therapist early parental relations, the therapeutic alliance, and outcome.  ...  The three outcome measures we used were very different: a single, retrospective global change rating on a Likert-type scale; a general pre-post therapy symptom change with a 90-item standardized self-report  ... 
doi:10.1037/0022-006x.68.1.125 pmid:10710847 fatcat:lllw4xo5fvg4vbopmyd2k5pxzy

Therapist mindfulness, alliance and treatment outcome

Anjanette Ryan, Jeremy D. Safran, Jennifer M. Doran, J. Christopher Muran
2012 Psychotherapy Research  
All correlations correspond to a medium effect size. The results indicate that therapist dispositional mindfulness may be an important pre-treatment variable in psychotherapy outcome.  ...  Therapist mindfulness was positively correlated with therapist ratings of the working alliance, r0.456, pB.05, though only the Act with Awareness subscale showed a relationship with patient rated alliance  ...  Patients represent a community sample, largely recruited through a newspaper advertisement offering low-fee psychotherapy for individuals willing to participate in a research project.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10503307.2011.650653 pmid:22417065 fatcat:zxebyyd2zrd3do7aqr3jttpzja

Computer-aided processing of the news

J. F. Reintjes, R. S. Marcus
1969 Proceedings of the May 14-16, 1969, spring joint computer conference on XX - AFIPS '69 (Spring)  
Inverted-file generation The automatic-indexing programs prepare index terms in a form in which they can be manipUlated by standard Project Intrex programs.  ...  Th.e procedures for manual indexing are those which have been established for a companion lIbrary-catalog project in our Laboratory, Project Intrex.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1476793.1476844 dblp:conf/afips/ReintjesM69 fatcat:ncuifrxwfredxle2ulkmbx2any

Junior College Libraries: Development, Needs, and Perspectives (Book Review)

Linda Osterman
1969 College and Research Libraries  
He made the necessary pilgrimages to our temples of documentation, NASA, the National Library of Medicine, the Library of Congress, Crerar, and Project Intrex, plus such lesser shrines as Bell and Esso  ...  The reviewer agrees that the library should be a learning resources center, but is troubled that many of the papers gave the impression that simply combining the proper quantities of software and hardware  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_30_06_544_a fatcat:p4vdjqwdsfge7jaodvbovyzvwq

Special Libraries and Information Services in India and in the U.S.A. (Book Review)

Harold Wooster
1969 College and Research Libraries  
He made the necessary pilgrimages to our temples of documentation, NASA, the National Library of Medicine, the Library of Congress, Crerar, and Project Intrex, plus such lesser shrines as Bell and Esso  ...  The reviewer agrees that the library should be a learning resources center, but is troubled that many of the papers gave the impression that simply combining the proper quantities of software and hardware  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_30_06_545 fatcat:ffimgjpa3bcadh77jcuqhvpi7y

Reader in Library Services and the Computer (Book Review)

Ann F. Painter
1971 College and Research Libraries  
These are a kind of cautious negativism and pie-in-the-sky. "Varieties of Response" covers projects at Harvard, UCLA, Stanford, LC, Chicago, and a survey by Systems Development Corporation.  ...  '"New Services" is a group of readings including technical information centers, selective dissemination of information, network prospects, INTREX, and extralibrary services.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_32_06_488 fatcat:f7iv76cb7fdklmcadcyatssg4a

Introduction, New York Conference: Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age: E/Merging Reading, Writing, and Research Practices

Constance Crompton, Raymond Siemens
2014 Scholarly and Research Communication  
She traced the page's digital transformation, touching on the unturnable microfilm pages of the imagined, though never produced, Memex machine and Project Intrex as well as the unturnable pages of an Adobe  ...  e INKE project grew out of Human-Computer Interface and the Electronic Book (HCI-Book), a Strategic Research Cluster supported by SSHRC.  ... 
doi:10.22230/src.2014v5n2a172 fatcat:suoxtlh22ze5xixdyc7f65qcta

The effects of training in time-limited dynamic psychotherapy: Changes in therapeutic outcome

E. Bein
2000 Psychotherapy Research  
A systematic review of the 32 posttraining cases suggested that the majority of the therapists had not achieved basic competence at TLDP.  ...  As part of the Vanderbilt II project, each of 16 therapists (8 psychiatrists and 8 clinical psychologists) treated 2 moderately disturbed adult patients using his or her customary short-term treatment  ...  correlated outcomes, and because we wanted to be able to generalize our findings to a population of therapists (of which the 16 project therapists would be considered a random sample).  ... 
doi:10.1093/ptr/10.2.119 fatcat:kabk4cv5ufh75d6pzec4ieyyye

The effects of training in time-limited dynamic psychotherapy: changes in therapeutic outcome

E. Bein, T. Anderson, H. Strupp, W. Henry, T. Schacht, J. Binder, S. Butler
2000 Psychotherapy Research  
A systematic review of the 32 posttraining cases suggested that the majority of the therapists had not achieved basic competence at TLDP.  ...  As part of the Vanderbilt II project, each of 16 therapists (8 psychiatrists and 8 clinical psychologists) treated 2 moderately disturbed adult patients using his or her customary short-term treatment  ...  correlated outcomes, and because we wanted to be able to generalize our findings to a population of therapists (of which the 16 project therapists would be considered a random sample).  ... 
doi:10.1080/713663669 pmid:22239691 fatcat:2ikg3gcd55h2fipnabnqob2ve4
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