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Structured Parallel Programming: How Informatics Can Help Overcome the Software Dilemma

The state-of-the-art programming of parallel computers is far from being successful. The main challenge today is, therefore, the development of techniques and tools that improve programmers

Taquicardia atrial postincisional: cartografía tridimensional

Halimi,** Hanane Charfedinne,** Francoise Hidden-Lucet,** Joelci Tonet,** Robert Frank**   * Departamento de Electrocardiografía y Electrofisiología, Instituto Nacional de Cardiología "Ignacio Chávez

Structured Parallel Programming: How Informatics Can Help Overcome the Software Dilemma

The state-of-the-art programming of parallel computers is far from being successful. The main challenge today is, therefore, the development of techniques and tools that improve programmers

Structured Parallel Programming: How Informatics Can Help Overcome the Software Dilemma

The state-of-the-art programming of parallel computers is far from being successful. The main challenge today is, therefore, the development of techniques and tools that improve programmers

Correlated delay of reinforcement in the instrumental conditioning of conversational behavior

deception; the switch appeared to ROBERT FRANK WEISS, CHARLES M. BECK, and MARK H. STICH them as a mere incidental to the University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla. 73069 serious business of opinion change through

Delay of reinforcement and delay shifts in dyadic communication

Participation in dyadic communication can be reinforced by the opportunity to speak in reply. Social analogs of delay of reinforcement and shifts in delay of reinforcement were investigated. In an experimental conversation modeled on discrete-trials instrumental conditioning, instrumental response speeds were faster when the opportunity to speak in reply was immediate rather than...

Classical conditioning of attitudes as a function of persuasion trials and source consensus

Bernardino, California 92407 1 RICHARD A. FEINBERG Department of Consumer Sciences, Purdue University , West Lafayette, Indiana 47907 2 ROBERT FRANK WEISS and MICHELE K. STEIGLEDER University ofOklahoma

Communication and conditioning: Correlated reinforcement

, Indiana 47907 1 MARY JANE WILLIAMS Department of Marketing and General Business, Murray State University , Murray, Kentucky 42071 2 ROBERT FRANK WEISS and MICHAEL J. CLUTS University of Oklahoma , Norman

Radiofrequency ablation of coronary sinus-dependent atrial flutter guided by fractionated mid-diastolic coronary sinus potentials

BackgroundThe efficacy of radiofrequency (RF) ablation of an uncommon coronary sinus (CS)-dependent atrial flutter (AFL) was evaluated using conventional electrophysiological criteria in a highly selected subset of patients with typical and atypical AFL.MethodsFourteen patients with atrial flutter (11 males, mean age 69 ± 9 years) without previous right or left atrial RF ablation...

Chemotherapy-Induced Regression of an Adrenocorticotropin-Secreting Pituitary Carcinoma Accompanied by Secondary Adrenal Insufficiency

Received 12 September 2013; Accepted 6 November 2013 Academic Editors: G. Aimaretti and C. Capella Copyright © 2013 Robert Frank Cornell et al. This is an open access article distributed under the ... of Interests The authors declare that they have no conflict of interests. Authors’ Contribution Robert Frank Cornell, James W. Findling, Daniel F. Kelly, and James P. Thomas contributed to analysis and

Minimal Information for Neural Electromagnetic Ontologies (MINEMO): A standards-compliant method for analysis and integration of event-related potentials (ERP) data

We present MINEMO (Minimal Information for Neural ElectroMagnetic Ontologies), a checklist for the description of event-related potentials (ERP) studies. MINEMO extends MINI (Minimal Information for Neuroscience Investigations)to the ERP domain. Checklist terms are explicated in NEMO, a formal ontology that is designed to support ERP data sharing and integration. MINEMO is also...

C-Reactive Protein in Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia/Cardiomyopathy and Relationship with Ventricular Tachycardia

 Martial T. Yitemben,5 Benjamin Granger,6 Fabrice Larrazet,1 Robert Frank,4 and Guy Fontaine4 1Service de Cardiologie, Hôpital Saint Camille, 2 rue des pères camilliens, 94366 Bry-sur-Marne, France 2Hôpital

C-Reactive Protein in Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia/Cardiomyopathy and Relationship with Ventricular Tachycardia

 Martial T. Yitemben,5 Benjamin Granger,6 Fabrice Larrazet,1 Robert Frank,4 and Guy Fontaine4 1Service de Cardiologie, Hôpital Saint Camille, 2 rue des pères camilliens, 94366 Bry-sur-Marne, France 2Hôpital

C-Reactive Protein Levels in the Brugada Syndrome

,6 Robert Frank,2 Françoise Hidden-Lucet,2 and Guy Fontaine2 1Service de Cardiologie, Hôpital Saint Camille, 2 Rue des Pères Camilliens, 94366 Bry sur Marne, France 2Unité de Rythmologie, Hôpital

C-Reactive Protein Levels in the Brugada Syndrome

,6 Robert Frank,2 Françoise Hidden-Lucet,2 and Guy Fontaine2 1Service de Cardiologie, Hôpital Saint Camille, 2 Rue des Pères Camilliens, 94366 Bry sur Marne, France 2Unité de Rythmologie, Hôpital

Ablación segmentaria del ostium de la vena pulmonar superior izquierda para eliminar actividad eléctrica anormal generadora de fibrilación atrial paroxística idiopática

, Milton E Guevara-Valdivia, Pedro Iturralde, Roberto Castañeda, Ramón Villavicencio, J Antonio González Hermosillo, Marco A Martínez-Ríos, Robert Frank* y Manuel Cárdenas   Instituto Nacional de

Sex differences in social influence: Social learning

for reprints should be addressed to Robert Frank Weiss, Department of Psychology, University of Oklahoma , Norman, Oklahoma 73019 , USA 1 University of Oklahoma , Norman, Oklahoma 73019 , USA Sex

Monotonicity of drive effects in the instrumental conditioning of attitudes

Psychology, University of Oklahoma , Norman, Oklahoma 73019 1 Department of Consumer Sciences, Purdue University , West Lafayette, Indiana 47907 2 ROBERT FRANK WEISS, VICKIE L. WENNINGER, and SUSAN SICLARI

Delay of the reinforcing opportunity to speak in reply under invariable initial disagreement

Speaking in reply has the functional properties of reinforcement, and delay of the opportunity to speak in reply has the functional properties of delay of reinforcement. In an experimental conversation modeled on discrete-trials instrumental conditioning, instrumental response speeds were faster when the opportunity to speak in reply was immediate rather than delayed (N = 80, p...

A delay of argument gradient in the instrumental conditioning of attitudes

Delay of argument effects in persuasive communication are analogous to delay of reinforcement effects in conditioning. Speed (1/latency) of agreement is a negatively accelerated decreasing function of delay of argument. Delay combines multiplicatively with number of persuasion trials to determine speed.