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A noise-shaped switching power supply using a delta-sigma modulator
- S. Dunlap, T. Fiez
- Computer Science, Engineering
- IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I…
- 14 June 2004
A technique to reduce in-band tones in switch-mode power supplies is described. It takes advantage of the noise-shaping properties of the delta-sigma (/spl Delta//spl Sigma/) modulator to eliminate… Expand
Using DIBELS: A Survey of Purposes and Practices
Using a mail survey and face-to-face interviews, this study explored educators' use of and perceptions about DIBELS, a widely used reading assessment and intervention instrument. Analysis included… Expand
Effects of transcutaneous electric acupoint stimulation on drug use and responses to cue-induced craving: a pilot study
BackgroundTranscutaneous electric acupoint stimulation (TEAS) avoids the use of needles, and instead delivers a mild electric current at traditional acupoints. This technique has been used for… Expand
A therapeutic dose of zolpidem has limited abuse-like effects in drug-naïve females: a pilot study.
- S. Licata, D. Penetar, S. Dunlap, S. Lukas
- Psychology, Medicine
- European journal of pharmacology
- 19 November 2008
Zolpidem has abuse potential, particularly among individuals with histories of drug abuse. This double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross over pilot study investigated the subjective effects of… Expand
FAMILY LITERACY AND SOCIAL POLICY: PARENT PERSPECTIVES AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS
The impact of two federally funded education programs, Head Start and Chapter I, on parent‐child literacy involvement was examined through interviews of parents whose children participated in the… Expand
Reducing the Risks: Reflections on Bridging Home and School Communication.
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN TEACHERS AND PARENTS: DEVELOPING PARTNERSHIPS
Teachers of young children must both nurture children and promote their cognitive development, goals that are facilitated when teachers and parents work as partners. The authors review research on… Expand