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James and Susan in The Country. By J. Clement-Jones. Illustrated by Gunvor Övden. Hutchinson. 9s. 6d

M. D.
1959 Oryx  
JAMES AND SUSAN IN THE COUNTRY. By J. CLEMENT-JONES. Illustrated by Gunvor Ovden. Hutchinson. 9s. 6d.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0030605300000533 fatcat:xwfcg2tr5vfmnjsglqjjq67bem

Information Retrieval I [chapter]

Susan Jones
1991 Text and Context  
Spärck Jones, J Doc, 1972: log 2 N − log 2 n i + 1. Relevance -Often modelled as dichotomous variable.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-3162-5_3 fatcat:54dzua5oq5ghxiwrzlubo3e7i4

Imitation in Infancy

Susan S. Jones
2007 Psychological Science  
SFM 5 Sequential Finger Movements. a Volume 18-Number 7 Susan S. Jones  ...  ., 2001; Jones, 1996 Jones, , 2005 Jones, , 2006)) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-9280.2007.01945.x pmid:17614867 fatcat:5yta6feqozgopcf3pv4vmrxuke

Susan D Jones, Valuing animals: veterinarians and their patients in modern America, Baltimore and London, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003, pp. xii, 213, illus., £33.50 (hardback 0-8018-7129-8)

Peter A Koolmees
2004 Medical history  
Therefore, this study by Susan Jones is very welcome.  ...  Nevertheless, Susan Jones has written a very interesting book.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0025727300007468 fatcat:a6xtekt3rjbadjheporfmjet2m

How sulfa drugs work

Susan Jones
2012 Nature Biotechnology  
Genet. doi: 10.1038/ng.2215, advance online publication, 11 March 2012) LD Written by Kathy Aschheim, Laura DeFrancesco, Susan Jones & Jason Kreisberg r e s e a r c H H i g H l i g H T s (Science 335,  ... 
doi:10.1038/nbt.2188 fatcat:myz7utt2yvbnfficj4wlszmmba

Expanding the engineer's toolkit

Susan Jones
2012 Nature Biotechnology  
doi:10.1038/nbt.2368 fatcat:uoebepb7a5bpvisvp7s6kgmhfe

Conrad, Women, and the Critics [chapter]

Susan Jones
1999 Conrad and Women  
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198184485.003.0002 fatcat:ga3ewdauavdhtjlpapdh6x2ciy

Reverse plant breeding success

Susan Jones
2012 Nature Biotechnology  
Genet. doi: 10.1038/ng.2215, advance online publication, 11 March 2012) LD Written by Kathy Aschheim, Laura DeFrancesco, Susan Jones & Jason Kreisberg r e s e a r c H H i g H l i g H T s (Science 335,  ... 
doi:10.1038/nbt.2189 fatcat:6c6hqdwk7zbi5gqnclzm5o42ne

Compliance for Low-Back Pain Patients in the Emergency Department

SUSAN L JONES, PAUL K. JONES, JANET KATZ
1988 Spine  
Aim: To compare the efficacy, safety, and pharmacokinetics of oral and intramuscular (i.m.) phenyramidol in patients with low back pain. Materials and methods: Consecutive patients with low back pain were recruited and randomized (5:3) to treatment with either 800 mg oral or i.m. phenyramidol. Pain was assessed by visual analogue scale every 30 min for 2 h. Blood samples were drawn at baseline and every 15 min for 2 h. A 5-point verbal global evaluation scale was performed by both patients and
more » ... hysicians. In addition, the need for rescue analgesics after 2 h was noted. After the acute phase, patients were re-randomized (5:3) to receive either a placebo tablet or a 400 mg phenyramidol tablet 3 times a day for 7 days. Efficacy of the long term treatment was measured by the evaluation of both patients and physicians (with a 5-point verbal global evaluation scale) and by the daily amount of naproxen sodium consumed as the rescue analgesic drug. Results: Seventy-two patients (45F/27M) had a marked improvement in pain scores, with no significant difference between the groups. Sixty-one (39F/22M) patients completed the second phase, in which no difference in any parameter was noted. Seven of 38 patients in phenyramidol group had elevated liver enzymes at the end of the chronic treatment phase which normalized after 1 week. Only the T max pharmacokinetic parameter (C max , T max , t ½ , and AUC) was significantly but slightly different between the groups. Conclusion: Liver enzymes should be monitored in patients taking repeated dose of phenyramidol and should not be used in combination with analgesics bearing hepatotoxicity potential, such as paracetamol. Acil servise bel ağrısı şikayeti ile başvuran hastalarda oral ve i.m. feniramidolün etkililiği, güvenliliği ve farmakokinetik özellikleri Amaç: Bel ağrısı olan hastalarda oral ve kas içine (i.m.) feniramidol uygulamasının etkililiği, güvenliliği ve farmakokinetik parametrelerinin karşılaştırılması. Yöntem ve gereç: Bel ağrısı nedeniyle başvuran ardışık hastalar, 800 mg oral veya i.m. feniramidol tedavisi için randomize edilerek (5:3) çalışmaya dahil edildi. Ağrı, iki saat boyunca her 30 dakikada bir görsel analog ölçek ile değerlendirildi. Kan örnekleri ilaç uygulamadan hemen önce ve iki saat boyunca her onbeş dakikada bir alındı. Etkililik, hasta ve doktorun değerlendirmesi (beş noktalı genel değerlendirme ölçeği ile) ve ilave olarak iki saat sonunda ağrı kesici gereksinimi ile tespit edildi. Akut fazın ardından hastalar 7 gün boyunca plasebo veya 400 mg feniramidol (günde 3 kez) almak üzere yeniden randomize edildi (5:3). Kronik tedavinin etkililiği hasta ve doktorun değerlendirmesi (beş noktalı genel değerlendirme ölçeği ile) ve kurtarıcı ilaç olarak kullanılan naproksen sodyumun günlük kullanım miktarı ile değerlendirildi.
doi:10.1097/00007632-198805000-00020 fatcat:iqqovfizj5hixk2ilhoeppcnee

Cognition without concepts

Linda B Smith, Susan S Jones
1993 Cognitive development  
There is an intellectual unease in our article and in the commentaries on it. Although the article and the commentaries are all about the role of perception in children's concepts, the subtext concerns the validity of our most fundamental assumptions about cognition. All of the articles show the tension. For us, and for Mervis, Johnson, and Scott (1993), the strain is evident in data showing dramatic changes and context sensitivity in categories that are neither explained by, nor of interest
more » ... current theory. Mandler's (1993) and Gelman and Medin's (1993) commentaries show the strain in acknowledging interactions between perception, task, and various knowledge sources, yet at the same time also arguing that some kinds of knowledge--intensions, or essences, or functions, or ontological beliefs--are more fundamental than others and, indeed, are the explanation of why behavior is the way it is. Barsalou (1993) explicitly recognizes that the tension derives from discontent with the founding assumptions of a structural approach to cognition: "'We have no accounts of how propositional representations arise in the cognitive system, either innately or through experience. We haven't the faintest idea of how biological mechanisms could produce abstract propositions, nor of how information processing mechanisms might transduce propositions from perceptual experience" (p. 173). As Barsalou argues, when we cannot imagine how our basic ideas about cognition can possibly be realized, we ought to consider the possibility that they are wrong. Our original article also asked whether the traditional view of concepts is wrong. We approached this possibility via a long argument that perception matters. Our claim, however, was not about the relative importance of perception and conception. The issue was not whether perceptual features belong at the cores or at the peripheries of concepts. The point was not that there is one early word-learning or object recognition strategy that favors perceptual information. We presented evidence showing that children's novel word extensions vary across different contexts in a way that is systematic, intelligent, and complex. This kind of intelligent variability in cognition means that perception always Correspondence and requests for reprints should be sent to Linda B. Smith, Psychology 360,
doi:10.1016/0885-2014(93)90013-u fatcat:jqisdbom25erdcxp6yqyxatnva

Permeability rules for antibiotic design

Susan Jones
2017 Nature Biotechnology  
doi:10.1038/nbt.3919 pmid:28700556 fatcat:kacmxl6npzaxvjc32bcax2ajky

Renal Mechanoreceptor Dysfunction

Gerald F. DiBona, Susan Y. Jones, Ulla C. Kopp
1999 Hypertension  
This study tested the hypothesis that decreased responsiveness of renal mechanosensitive neurons constitutes an intermediate phenotype in spontaneously hypertensive rats (SHR). Decreased responsiveness of these sensory neurons would contribute to increased renal sympathetic nerve activity and sodium retention, characteristic findings in hypertension. A backcross population, developed by mating borderline hypertensive rats with Wistar-Kyoto rats (WKY) (the F 1 of a cross between an SHR and a
more » ... otensive WKY), was fed 8% NaCl food for 12 weeks from age 4 to 16 weeks. Responses to increases in ureteral pressure to 20 and 40 mm Hg in 80 backcross rats instrumented for measurement of mean arterial pressure and afferent renal nerve activity were determined. Mean arterial pressure ranged from 110 to 212 mm Hg and was inversely correlated with the magnitude of the increase in afferent renal nerve activity during increased ureteral pressure. Thus, decreased responsiveness of renal mechanosensitive neurons cosegregated with hypertension in this backcross population. This aspect of the complex quantitative trait of altered renal sympathetic neural control of renal function, ie, decreased renal mechanoreceptor responsiveness, is part of an intermediate phenotype in SHR. (Hypertension. 1999;33[part II]:472-475.)
doi:10.1161/01.hyp.33.1.472 pmid:9931150 fatcat:aj4ktrcyufexzcnzxevhojkcc4

Is it true?

Susan L. Jones
1994 Archives of Psychiatric Nursing  
Leroy Jones, Ms. Diane Hams, Ms. Elaine Harris, several aunts, uncles, nieces, cousins and other relatives. Reposing and services at the chapel Sidney A. Jones. Sep 14 NP PURVIS -Mr. William D. Jr.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0883-9417(94)90035-3 pmid:8042868 fatcat:ta5sjmva2rdh7dob2hcz47a5ve

The zoonotic poxviruses

Susan Lewis-Jones
2002 Dermatology nursing  
Susan Lewis-Jones, MD, FRCP, is a Consultant Dermatologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Dermatology, Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, Dundee, Scotland.  ...  DERMATOLOGYNURSING senes The Zoonotic Poxviruses Susan Lewisjones Animal poxviruses occasionally produce human skin disease often associated with systemic illness.  ... 
pmid:12017086 fatcat:bpcsvk6y4bc5ll5gdou7donsau

Deciphering cluster representations

Yasemin Kural, Steve Robertson, Susan Jones
2001 Information Processing & Management  
clustering the output set, a non-hierarchical method was preferred over the more commonly used hierarchical clustering methods, for reasons that have been detailed in a previous paper (Kural, Robertson & Jones  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0306-4573(00)00037-6 fatcat:mxn7v3oh3jgppefqbubgopgwsa
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