Jack A. Chambers

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A 5-page questionnaire was sent to 500 audiologists who were randomly selected from the directory of members of the American Academy of Audiology to assess the clinical practices most commonly used by certified audiologists in the United States. Survey content was limited to only those practices and procedures routinely used by audiologists across the(More)
To investigate traits differentiating highly creative research scientists from less creative ones, a questionnaire was sent to 740 male scientists (400 chemists and 340 psychologists). Half of each group had achieved eminence as research scientists; the other half had not achieved research eminence, but were matched on relevant variables. Results indicated(More)
This study presents the results of a nationwide survey of computer networks in higher education conducted during 1971-73. Five major and 18 minor networks were identified. The five major networks included: the ARPA Net, the California State College network, the University of Iowa/Iowa State University network, the Michigan Educational Research Information(More)
A long-term, totally implantable, electrically actuated, abdominally positioned left ventricular assist system (ALVAS) is being developed, characterized in vitro, and evaluated in vivo for utilization in patients with end-stage cardiac failure refractory to conventional therapeutic techniques. The first two major subsystems of the ALVAS (the pusher-plate(More)
BACKGROUND In the severely burned patient, coverage of exposed bone in the dorsal ulnar wrist can be a difficult problem. This is especially challenging in patients with a high percentage total body surface area (TBSA) where donor flaps can be scarce. The use of previously burned and/or recently grafted skin as flaps is an option. It has been postulated(More)