William L. Rosenberg

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Based on a longitudinal sample of 1381, this study develops and tests a moderated mediation model of electronic mentoring (e-mentoring). Results show evidence that frequency of interaction between protégés and mentors mediates the relationships between program antecedents (the protégé’s previous internet experience and initial motivation to participate) and(More)
The Schlager genetically hypertensive mouse has been shown to be a valuable animal model with which to study human essential hypertension. Previous studies have characterized renal morphology, juxtaglomerular index, hematocrit, prostaglandin levels, brain catecholamines, social behavior, and patterns of inheritance. The present study continues the(More)
An investigation was performed on a new strain of genetically hypertensive mice to study those aspects of the renal glomerulus which have in the past been implicated in the etiology of renal parenchymal hypertension. Morphometric analyses were carried out utilizing a computerized graphic data analysing system on information obtained through transmission(More)
Kidneys of genetically hypertensive and normotensive mice were studied with respect to kidney weight, number and volume of glomeruli, and filtration surface area. The hypertensive animals have a larger kidney weight to body weight ratio and possess fewer glomeruli per kidney. The superficial cortical glomeruli of the hypertensives are slightly smaller in(More)
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