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A Critical Appraisal of Curriculum Reform in Greece (1980-2002)
Historically, the Greek system of education has been highly centralized. Decisions on educational matters come from the top. Thus, the governance of the schools is primarily dictated by a centralExpand
Genomic rearrangements on VCAM1, SELE, APEG1 and AIF1 loci in atherosclerosis
The data implicate somatic DNA rearrangements, on loci associated to leukocyte adhesion, vascular smooth muscle cells growth, differentiation and migration, to atherosclerosis development as an inflammatory condition. Expand
Belief Revision using Table Transformation
This report introduces a new representation of propositional expressions using 2-dimensional matrices and provides the theoretical underpinnings of this representation and exploits this increased expressiveness to devise a solution to the problem of belief revision in propositional knowledge bases. Expand
Detection and Clinical Correlations of ras Gene Mutations in Human Ovarian Tumors
The present data suggest that ras gene mutations in invasive ovarian carcinomas occur in 29% of Greek patients and are not associated with the differentiation of the epithelial cells or the response of patients to adjuvant platinum-based chemotherapy. Expand
Loss of heterozygosity in DNA mismatch repair genes in human atherosclerotic plaques.
It is found that loss of heterozygosity on hMSH2, hPMS1, and hMLH1, occurs in atherosclerosis. Expand
Tradition and socio-economic status are Greek keys to academic success
Abstract This chapter describes two studies of parental influence conducted in Greece. The first is a national study that employed a stratified random sample of 759, 5th- and 6th-grade studentsExpand
The Self-Concept and Career Aspirations of Greek Students in Greece, France, Germany and Egypt
The main determinant of a child's self-concept seems to be his/her immediate family environment, and the level of career aspiration was shown to be relatively high among all groups involved in the study. Expand
Transient acute obstructive hydrocephalus of unknown origin in a 13-month-old infant.
A case of a 13-month-old female infant who was admitted to the authors' department with the chief complaints of drowsiness and vomiting, and initial CT scan revealed obstructive hydrocephalus, and shunting was scheduled. Expand