Kathy Fitzgibbon

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Tests made of the sensory-perceptual, cognitive, and psychomotor abilities of untreated young patients with essential hypertension have revealed a pattern suggesting a slight functional impairment of the central nervous system. Reduced performance was most marked for those tasks requiring speed and psychomotor coordination, particularly when the behaviors(More)
Systematic ratings were made on the Tulane Test-Behavior Scale of the global and integrated behaviors observable for hypertensive and normotensive subjects as they worked to complete a battery of neuropsychological tests--the degree of attention and effort displayed, for example, self-confidence and self-criticism. The results for 82 subjects (41 subject(More)
Failure prognostics is an open research field with options of deeper investigations. Traditionally the applications are statistical methods which do not give accurate results. As the aeronautic systems have become more complex the accuracy of prognosis is already a fact that needs to be considered. Based on the necessity of methods that improve prediction(More)
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