Over 60 years ago, Selye1 recognized the paradox that the physiologic systems activated by stress can not only protect and restore but also damage the body. What links these seemingly contradictory roles? How does stress influence the pathogenesis of...
O. Arunlakshana, H. O. Schild
A. Grell, David R. Stauffer
Gro Hariem Brundtland
John A. Ludwig, James F. Reynolds
D. A. Andrews, James Bonta
Kenneth J. Arrow
Barry Buzan, Jaap de Wilde, Ole Waeve
Peter Carmeliet, Rakesh K. Jain
Ronald C. Kessler, Katherine A. McGonagle, Shanyang Zhao, Christopher B. Nelson, Michael Hughes, Susan H. Eshleman, Hans-Ulrich Wittchen, Kenneth S. Kendler
Rafael C. Gonzalez, Richard E. Woods, Steven L. Eddins
Edwin H. Sutherland
We examine some issues in the estimation of time-series cross-section models, calling into question the conclusions of many published studies, particularly in the field of comparative political economy. We show that the generalized least squares approach...
Steven C. Hayes, Kirk Strosahl, Kelly G. Wilson
Rajeev Motwani, Rotwani
Albert Mehrabian, James A. Russell
There is conflicting evidence on the benefits of foods rich in vitamin E (α-tocopherol), n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA), and their pharmacological substitutes. We investigated the effects of these substances as supplements in patients who had...
Jie Kang, H. Lemaire, Axel Unterbeck, J. Michael Salbaum, Colin L. Masters, Karl-Heinz Grzeschik, Gerd Multhaup, Konrad Beyreuther, Benno Müller-Hill
Irvin D. Yalom
Christopher D. Wickens
Joseph T. Coyle, Donald L. Price, DeLong
Sol L. Garfield, Allen E. Bergin
George G. Judge
William A. Niskanen
Clemedson Cj, Arne Junsson
Frederick Wolfe, Smythe Ha, Muhammad Yunus, Robert M. Bennett, Claire Bombardier, Don L. Goldenberg, Peter Tugwell, Stephen M. Campbell, Micha Abeles, Patricia Clark, Fam Ag, Stephen J. Farber, Justus J. Fiechtner, C. Michael Franklin, Daniel Hamaty, James L. Lessard, Alan S. Lichtbroun, Alfonse T. Masi, McCain Ga, W. John Reynolds, I. Jon Russell, Robert P. Sheon
Jerome H. Friedman
Much of the prior research on interorganizational learning has focused on the role of absorptive capacity, a firn's ability to value, assimilate, and utilize new external knowledge. However, this definition of the construct suggests that a firm has an...
In patients with heart failure, β-blockade has improved morbidity and left-ventricular function, but the impact on survival is uncertain. We investigated the efficacy of bisoprolol, a β, selective adrenoceptor blocker in decreasing all-cause mortality...
Penelope Brown, Stephen C. Levinson
B. I. (Boris Isaakovich) Shklovskiĭ, Al. L. Efros
A novel system for the location of people in an office environment is described. Members of staff wear badges that transmit signals providing information about their location to a centralized location service, through a network of sensors. The paper also...
Offering a unifying theoretical perspective not readily available in any other text, this innovative guide to econometrics uses simple geometrical arguments to develop students' intuitive understanding of basic and advanced topics, emphasizing throughout...
Jean Piaget, Bärbel Inhelder, Helen Weaver
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
Roy G. Brower, Michael A. Matthay, Alan Morris, David A. Schoenfeld, B. Taylor Thompson, Arthur P. Wheeler, N. Wolfe
Shoshichi Kobayashi, Katsumi Nomizu
N. Troullier, Martins Jl
Relationships between the carbon-oxygen stretching frequencies of carboxylato complexes and the type of carboxylate coordination
Carl Shapiro, Hal R. Varian
Global energy consumption is projected to increase, even in the face of substantial declines in energy intensity, at least 2-fold by midcentury relative to the present because of population and economic growth. This demand could be met, in principle,...
Frederick D. Weil, Robert D. Putnam
Per-Olof Åstrand, Kåre Rodahl
The core of the disclosed novel quantum cascade (QC) laser comprises a multiplicity of nominally identical repeat units, with a given repeat unit comprising a superlattice active region and a carrier injector region. Associated with the superlattice active...
The atmospheric anomalies for the 1997/98 El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) period have been analyzed and intercompared using the data simulated by the atmospheric general circulation models (GCMs) of 11 groups participating in the Monsoon GCM Intercomparison...
Walter W. Powell
A short description is given of software process models and the issues they address. An outline is given of the process steps involved in the spiral model, an evolving risk-driven approach that provides a framework for guiding the software process, and...
The fifth phase of the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP5) will produce a state-of-the- art multimodel dataset designed to advance our knowledge of climate variability and climate change. Researchers worldwide are analyzing the model output...
James G. March, Johan P. Olsen
A. F. Filippov, F. M. Arscott
Nina Eliasoph, Sidney Verba, Kay Lehman Schlozman, Henry E. Brady
Gretchen M. Spreitzer
Charles J. Fombrun, Mark Shanley
Christopher H. Scholz
Four clinical interview questions, the CAGE questions, have proved useful in helping to make a diagnosis of alcoholism. The questions focus on Cutting down, Annoyance by criticism, Guilty feeling, and Eye-openers. The acronym "CAGE" helps the physician...
M. C. (Merlin C.) Wittrock
Recent evidence indicates that the nucleus basalis of Meynert, a distinct population of basal forebrain neurons, is a major source of cholinergic innervation of the cerebral cortex. Postmortem studies have previously demonstrated profound reduction in...
Secondary building units (SBUs) are molecular complexes and cluster entities in which ligand coordination modes and metal coordination environments can be utilized in the transformation of these fragments into extended porous networks using polytopic...
This paper examines the reflection problem that arises when a researcher observing the distribution of behaviour in a population tries to infer whether the average behaviour in some group influences the behaviour of the individuals that comprise the group....
Gresham M. Sykes
Joseph H. Silverman
François Boller, Jordan Grafman
Thomas H. Davenport, J. Short
Robert N. Bellah
Using data from a 50-state survey of policies, state case study analyses, the 1993-94 Schools and Staffing Surveys (SASS), and the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), this study examines the ways in which teacher qualifications and other...
O Abe, Rikiya Abe, K Enomoto, Kiyoshi Kikuchi, H Koyama, Y Nomura, Kazuko Sakai, K Sugimachi, T Tominaga, Junichi Uchino, Y. Yoshida, Anthonie Van De Velde, Joop A. van Dongen, Jan B. Vermorken, G Giokas, B Lissaios, Vernon Harvey, Tm Holdaway, Ronald D. Kay, B H Mason, Alan S. Coates, John F. Forbes, Focan C, J. P. Lobelle, U Peek, G.D. Oates, Jenny Powell, Michel Durand, Louis Mauriac, S. Bartholomeus, Martine Piccart-Gebhart, Rebecca Gelman, Jay R. Harris, Charles L. Shapiro, Ak Kathleen Hancock, Muneera Masood, John Parker, J J Price, S Jackson, Joseph Ragaz, Thierry Delozier, Macé-Lesec'h J, J.L. Haybittle, Constance Cirrincione, Henderson Ic, A Korzun, Rb Weiss, William C. Wood, Michael C. Baum, J Houghton
Putting the enterprise into the enterprise system
Paul P. Carbone, Henry S. Kaplan, Musshoff K, David Smithers, Tubiana M
Porous media : fluid transport and pore structure
Of the various methods for measuring pain the visual analogue scale seems to be the most sensitive. For assessing response to treatment a pain-relief scale has advantages over a pain scale. Pain cannot be said to have been relieved unless pain or pain...
R. L. Graham, Eugene L. Lawler, J. K. Lenstra, A. H. G. Rinnooy Kan
Undergraduates expressed their attitudes about a product after being exposed to a magazine ad under conditions of either high or low product involvement. The ad contained either strong or weak arguments for the product and featured either prominent sports...
Martin Melaver, M. M. Bakhtin, Vern W. McGee, Caryl Emerson, Michael Holquist
Randomization, bootstrap and Monte Carlo methods in biology
H. Vincent Poor
Materials with nanoscopic dimensions not only have potential technological applications in areas such as device technology and drug delivery but also are of fundamental interest in that the properties of a material can change in this regime of transition...
This chapter discusses the problem of defining an increase in risk in a way that can be used for economic purposes. Comparisons of riskiness or uncertainty are commonly restricted to comparisons of variance, largely because of the long history of the...
Rainer Storn, Kenneth V. Price
Vadim I. Utkin
Random sets and integral geometry
A new fixative which primarily stabilizes carbohydrate moieties was developed for immunoelectron microscopy. It contains periodate, lysine and paraformaldehyde. Theoretically, the carbohydrates are oxidized by periodate and cross-linked by lysine. The...
Anthony B. Atkinson, Joseph E. Stiglitz
Chin Chiang, Ying Litingtung, Eric Lee, Keith E. Young, Corden Jl, Heiner Westphal, Philip A. Beachy
This paper introduces a social network perspective to the study of strategic alliances. It extends prior research, which has primarily considered alliances as dyadic exchanges and paid less attention to the fact that key precursors, processes, and outcomes...
Keith Beven, Mike Kirkby
We investigate the relation between Tobin’s Q and the structure of equity ownership for a sample of 1,173 firms for 1976 and 1,093 firms for 1986. We find a significant curvilinear relation between Q and the fraction of common stock owned by corporate...
Prediction of small molecule binding modes to macromolecules of known three-dimensional structure is a problem of paramount importance in rational drug design (the “docking” problem). We report the development and validation of the program GOLD (Genetic...
Abagail McWilliams, Donald S. Siegel