Victoria E. Erosa Martín

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Several authors have suggested that lack of sexual knowledge is a primary reason for inappropriate sexual behaviour in men with intellectual disabilities. This hypothesis, counterfeit deviance, is tested in the current report with two separate cohorts comparing sex offenders and controls, both with intellectual disability. The Socio-Sexual Knowledge and(More)
Instructions have long been considered a highly efficient route to knowledge acquisition especially compared to trial-and-error learning. We aimed at substantiating this claim by identifying boundary conditions for such an efficiency gain, including the influence of active learning intention, repeated instructions, and working memory load and span. Our(More)
Handling and sharing this load of information poses additional challenges in project management tasks. The problem increases when several groups from different laboratories disperse around the world need to share documents or simply use the available information in a confidential way. In this context we propose a general genomic projects management system(More)
UN Resolution 1325 marked a groundbreaking achievement in terms of recognizing for the first time the need to increase the involvement of women in peace processes to perform a more active role and institute a gender perspective in peacekeeping. Some other UN resolutions followed, as for instance 1820, 1888, 1889 and 2122. The aim of this paper is to analyze(More)
This chapter provides guidelines for developing a university library collection for bioinformatics programs. The chapter discusses current research and scholarly communication trends in bioinformatics and their impact on information needs and information seeking behavior of bioinformaticians and, consequently, on collection development. It also discusses(More)
The Triple Helix model is a prescriptive model of innovation that takes a sociological perspective to explain how the reciprocal relations between university-industry-government contribute to the creation and capitalization of knowledge. The model emphasizes the role of the university as promoters of socioeconomic development especially in those regions(More)
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