Jesús González

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Manipulated experimentally mothers' verbal behavior during a routine intramuscular injection in order to help clarify the role of nonprocedural talk (distraction) and parental reassurance on children's reaction to the injection. 42 child-mother dyads were recruited from a general pediatric primary care clinic and were randomly assigned to a parental(More)
Observed 47 children ranging in age from 13 months to 7 years 9 months receiving injections as part of a regular visit to a pediatric clinic. Twenty-three children were randomly assigned to a condition with parent (mainly mothers) present and 24 to a condition with parent absent. During the medical procedure, the child's reactions were observed via(More)
Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) is currently one of the big challenges for Software Engineering. According to a recent report, for each dollar spent on developing an application, companies usually spend from 5 to 20 dollars to integrate it. In this paper, we propose a Domain Specific Language (DSL) for designing application integration solutions.(More)
Resumen. This paper presents a method for semi-automatically building tailored application ontologies from a set of data acquisition forms. Such ontologies are intended to facilitate the integration of very heterogeneous data generation processes and linking with external sources useful to enrich the generated data. The resulting tool is being applied to(More)
  • Ivette Rodríguez Pérez, Transferència de Calor, TESI DOCTORAL, Assensi Oliva Llena, Carlos David Pérez-Segarra, Jesús Castro González +3 others
  • 2007
The known is finite, the unknown infinite; intellectually we stand on an isle in the midst of an illimitable ocean of inexplicability. Our business in every generation is to reclaim a little more land (la meva mare catalana) y en espe-cial al Miquel (trobo a faltar els teus comentaris, consells i la teva amistat). A la Mercè i el Miquel a qui mai els podré(More)
The process of assessing and treating recurrent and unpredictable pain in children with sickle cell disease (SCD) is complex. A conceptual model is presented to aid in understanding the influence of mediating factors such as professional knowledge, attitudes and beliefs about pain, and learning history on the interpretation of objective data and resulting(More)
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