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Time perspective is an important but subtle cognitive construct underlying personality, decision making, and goal setting. This study identified 3 temporal dimensions--temporal extension, temporal attitude, and temporal structure--and reviewed the associations among them. T. J. Cottle's (1969, 1977) work on temporal profiles was briefly reviewed; it(More)
  • R. A. Synowicki, Greg K. Pribil, +6 authors Simon Kaplan
  • 2004
Two techniques are presented for measuring the refractive index of fluids. The first is a reflective technique where liquid is applied to a rough surface to hold the liquid during measurement. Ellipsometric psi and delta data are acquired and analyzed to determine the fluid refractive index. The second technique is refractive and uses a hollow prism cell to(More)
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