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Otolith shape variation of seven Atlantic herring Clupea harengus populations from Canada, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Ireland, Norway and Scotland, U.K., covering a large area of the species' distribution, was studied in order to see if otolith shape can be used to discriminate between populations. The otolith shape was obtained using quantitative shape(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine people's false memories for end-of-life decisions. DESIGN In Study 1, older adults decided which life-sustaining treatments they would want if they were seriously ill. They made these judgments twice, approximately 12 months apart. At Time 2, older adults and their self-selected surrogate decision makers tried to recall the older(More)
FUNDING: Overall, 2004-2005 was another excellent year in which the department continued to excel in education, research and service. Research funding in the department was $4,501,221 (total costs) in NIH support (source: NIH Website). This is a decline of about 2 million from the previous year. While this decline is large and concerning, a major(More)
We present a preliminary measurement of CP-violation parameters in the decay B 0 → K + K − K 0 , using approximately 347 million BB events collected by the BABAR detector at SLAC. Reconstructing the neutral kaon as K 0 S → π + π − , K 0 S → π 0 π 0 , or K 0 L , we analyze the Dalitz plot distribution and measure fractions to intermediate states. We extract(More)
Below is a partial list of current students' regional, national, and international publications that were published while in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at the University of South Florida. Bolded names note individuals who were students at the time the publication was published (some of whom have since graduated). (2000). Quality of life after(More)
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