Ronald C. Page

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Although it appears that many assume job analysis information is accurate, there is considerable evidence from other fields to suggest that the types of subjective judgments often involved in job analysis may be subject to systematic sources of inaccuracy. Drawing from the social, cognitive, and industrial-organizational psychology literatures, this review(More)
Brain malignancy, either primary or metastatic, in general is associated with a very poor outcome in spite of the best therapy modern medicine has to offer. The multimodality approach appears to offer the best chance of achieving our goal of improved survival (quality and quantity) and ultimately cure. Hyperthermia, though its application to brain cancer(More)
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