Jennifer A Crichton

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In recent years, both functionalist and dynamic systems approaches have assumed increasing prominence in the study of emotion and its development, but the similarities and differences between these perspectives remain largely unexplored and open to more systematic examination. In this article, the authors argue that both approaches share a systems view of(More)
The subcutaneous implantation of stilboestrol pellets in ewe and wether feeder lambs has been shown to result in a faster rate of gain in weight (Andrews, Beeson & Harper, 1949; Jordan, 1950; O’Mary, Pope, Wilson, Bray & Casida, 1952; Means, Andrews & Beeson, 1953 ; Andrews & Beeson, 1953 ; Bell, Smith & Erhart, 1954; Clegg, Albaugh, Lucas & Weir, 1955).(More)
A review of the literature shows that the subcutaneous implantation of stilboestrol increases rate of gain in weight and efficiency of food conversion in lambs (Andrews, Beeson & Harper, 1949; Jordan, 1950; Perry, Andrews & Beeson, 1951; O’Mary, Pope, Wilson, Bray & Casida, 1952; Means, Andrews & Beeson, 1953) and in cattle (Clegg 8t Cole, 1954). The oral(More)
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