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Ttern was replicated across 6 experiments, whether participants generated their own solutionsTtern was replicated across 6 experiments, whether participants generated their own solutions or picked among alternatives, and across several other variations in methodology and materials [5?]. Here we present a new set of follow-up studies and offer a detailed analysis of the data. Rather than simp
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Ricians) who may be classified as managers in the hospitals were not surveyed and these form a group that is likely to be different from the health workers surveyed hence their needs and sources might be different. It is therefore not possible to generalise these results to all health workers in internship hospitals in Kenya. Recommendations The potential for the use of ICT as a tool to aid in kno
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Espread ownership of mobile phones has been made possible by an enabling environment in Kenya where the last few years have seen an increase in availability of a range of mobile phones (both low cost and high end) but it is noteworthy that none of the hospitals studied provide free Internet access for frontline health workers. Internet costs have dropped due tocompetition among service providers;
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Past, future) but a similar context. Consistent with our hypothesis, future-oriented encoding produced superior recall. We discuss these findings in light of their implications for the thesis that memory evolved to enable its possessor to anticipate and respond to future contingencies that cannot be known with certainty. The adaptive function of information storage is intrinsically prospective: It
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Le survivals [24]. Similar results were obtained by immunofluorenscence-based and quantitative approach in Rimm's group from Yale University School of Medicine, a better prognosis in ALDH1(+) patients with non-small cell lung cancer, using the same primary antibody with us [39]. Thus, the choice of antibody may potentially explain the variably predictive and prognostic role of ALDH1 in human epith
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An simply colorful ways of talking. Using different metaphors leads peopleAn simply colorful ways of talking. Using different metaphors leads people to reason differently about social issues and to follow different paths of inference. For example, when people read a report that described crime as a beast, they were more likely to want to fight back by increasing the police force. When they r
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Have assessed GSH in the exhaled breath condensate of subjects with asthma. In these studies, children with mild-tomoderate asthma had significantly lower concentrations of exhaled GSH than healthy controls who were further associated with increased malondialdehyde formation, a marker of lipid peroxidation (57, 70). Within the asthmatics, a 5-day course of systemic corticosteroids increased GSH an