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Symptom attributions were contrasted between male and female myocardial infarction victims (N = 157) who were comparable on age, cardiac risk status, medical history, symptom presentation, and other variables. Women were less likely than men to attribute their prehospital symptoms to cardiac causes. In the context of hearing symptom attributions or advice… (More)
We develop an axiomatic set theory — the Theory of Hyperfinite Sets THS, which is based on the idea of existence of proper subclasses of big finite sets. We demonstrate how theorems of classical continuous mathematics can be transfered to THS, prove consistency of THS and present some applications.
It is known that locally compact groups approximable by finite ones are unimodular, but this condition is not sufficient, for example, the simple Lie groups are not approximable by finite ones as topological groups. In this paper the approximations of locally compact groups by more general finite algebraic systems are investigated. It is proved that the… (More)
We introduce and discuss a definition of approximation of a topological algebraic system A by finite algebraic systems of some class K. For the case of a discrete algebraic system this definition is equivalent to the well-known definition of a local embedding of an algebraic system A in a class K of algebraic systems. According to this definition A is… (More)
This study explored sex differences in household and employment responsibilities among cardiac patients (N = 63; 46 men) and spouses during the 5 months following discharge from the hospital. Results showed that both patients and partners maintained traditional sex-typed activities. As patients or spouses, women tended to assume greater responsibility for… (More)
We give new examples and criteria in the theory of approximation of groups by finite groups. Bibliography: 17 titles.
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