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Tools for the Mind
Revisiting the literature from the 1990s on instructional technology is like journeying back to a more nostalgic and hopeful time when the promise of computers—and their potential impact on studentExpand
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Comparing Consumers' Recall of Prepurchase and Postpurchase Product Evaluation Experiences
This study explores the phenomenon of postpurchase product evaluations primarily by comparing consumers' recalled postpurchase evaluation experiences with the recalled prepurchase evaluationExpand
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Connecting Student Learning & Technology
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Coming together in pain and joy: A multicultural and arts-based suicide awareness project
Abstract The issue of suicide is still taboo in many cultures and the silence surrounding this problem is often destructive. Those affected by suicide have few opportunities to express their pain andExpand
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Paths to Knowledge
It is not the purpose of the present paper to deal with "the nature of knowledge." Justice could not be done to such a broad subject in the space available, nor would it be easy to add to suchExpand
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Formatting space-related displays to optimize expert and nonexpert user performance
We investigate the impact reformatting alphanumeric information on current Space Shuttle computer displays had on the speed and accuracy of experts and nonexperts in two different search tasks. Expand
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An Exploration of The Importance of Self-Care to the Drama Therapy Intern
This paper is an investigation into the self-care practices and attitudes of a small number of drama therapy interns. After a review of the literature, the paper examines my own process of discoveryExpand
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Droperidol in the Management of Hyperactivity, Self-Mutilation and Aggression in Mentally Handicapped Patients
  • M. Burns
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of international medical research
  • 1 January 1980
An assessment of the efficacy of long-term oral droperidol in the control of hyperactivity, self-mutilation, aggression and temper tantrums has been made by reference to the case history notes ofExpand
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The incidence of posttransfusion hepatitis. II. A 13-year survey including 2 years during which blood donors were screened by means of liver function studies.
Incompatibility, bacterial contamination, and transmission of homologous serum hepatitis (H.S.H.) are generally regarded as the most common causes of severe, or possibly fatal complications, directlyExpand
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Survival of lyophilized yeasts.
  • M. Burns
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Sabouraudia
  • 1 November 1962
Some members of the genus Candida and genus Saccharomyces are freeze-dried by a relatively new method, which is described in full. Stability of the desiccates is measured by colony counts and testedExpand
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