Marie Angelopoulos

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The present study examined relations between dietary restraint and self-reported patterns of alcohol use, including separate assessment of quantity and frequency of alcohol consumption. One hundred seventy-six female university undergraduates completed the Restraint Scale (RS) and measures of their usual quantity and frequency of alcohol consumption over(More)
Adult referential behavior (gaze direction) and salience (target activation) were independently manipulated in a study of novel word learning. Children (seventy-five 18-month-olds and seventy-two 24-month-olds) were trained in different conditions with a novel word in the context of 2 remote-controlled toys. In response to the novel word at test,(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Nontraumatic primary intraventricular hemorrhage in adults is uncommon. The purpose of this study was to identify clinical features, risk factors, and outcome of primary intraventricular hemorrhage in adults. METHODS We identified computed tomography scans for nontraumatic primary intraventricular hemorrhage performed between 1982(More)
that Me-LPPP, in addition to MEH-PPV, is hole-limited with a Ca cathode. For conjugated polymer films, such as PAni, the improvement in quantum efficiency is due to an increase in the anode work function to 5.1 ± 0.1 eV, which results in a nearly ohmic contact. For nanoparticle mono-layers, the improvement is due to an increase in the local electric field(More)
Conjugated polymers in the nondoped and doped conducting state have an array of potential applications in the microelectronics industry. Conducting polymers are effective discharge layers as well as conducting resists in electron beam lithography, find applications in metallization (electrolytic and electroless) of plated through-holes for printed circuit(More)
The continuing drive by the semiconductor industry to fabricate smaller structures using photolithography will soon require dimensional control at length scales comparable to the size of the polymeric molecules in the materials used to pattern them. The current technology, chemically amplified photoresists, uses a complex reaction-diffusion process to(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare the differential implications of sociodemographic and situational factors on the risk of injury among disabled and non-disabled children. DESIGN Data from the Emergency Department Injury Surveillance System (EDISS) were used to compare, in a quasi case-control approach, injured children with or without disability with respect to(More)
Moisture absorption in model photoresist films of poly(4-hydroxystryene) (PHOSt) and poly(tert-butoxycarboxystyrene) (PBOCSt) supported on silicon wafers was measured by X-ray and neutron reflectivity. The overall thickness change in the films upon moisture exposure was found to be dependent upon the initial film thickness. As the film becomes thinner, the(More)
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±1 is characteristic of the C±N stretching mode in the QBB moiety, [11] where Q and B denote the quinoid and benzenoid rings, respectively. The 1310 cm ±1 peak, apart from showing a red shift to 1300 cm ±1 , gains substantial intensity. Along with this, a new feature appears at 1240 cm ±1 , which is assigned to C±N + stretching in the BBB moiety. We notice(More)
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