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Normas de concretude para 909 palavras da língua portuguesa
Janczura, Gerson Américo;Castilho, Goiara Mendona de;Rocha, Nelson Oliveira;van Erven, Terezinha de Jesus Cordeiro;Huang, Tin Po;
Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-37722007000200010
Abstract: concreteness norms were collected for 909 words using a seven point judgment scale, where each extremity highly represented the abstract or concrete levels, respectively. results showed a bi-modal distribution suggesting that words may be classified either as concrete or abstract. the average reliability of the norms was r=0.97. concreteness judgments were not influenced by sex, age, word written frequency or category size. the results indicate that concreteness may be considered as an independent word attribute.
Raciocínio condicional: a conclus?o depende do conhecimento armazenado na memória
Castilho, Goiara Mendona de;Janczura, Gerson Américo;
Estudos de Psicologia (Natal) , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-294X2012000100007
Abstract: alternative examples stored in memory are fundamental for the correct interpretation of the conditional proposition "if p, then q". this paper proposes that associative strength and set size of semantic categories have a critical role in activation of alternative models. also, the more the number of alternative models generated as a function of inference type, the greater the difficulty of the task due to information overload in working memory. experiment 1 confirmed significant effects of associative strength, category set size, type of inference and interaction effects. experiment 2 showed that the effects of associative strength are context-dependent determined by the reduction of semantic field. these findings are consistent with the hypothesis that knowledge stored in memory plays an important role in conditional reasoning.
Influência do conhecimento conceitual sobre o raciocínio indutivo
Mendona de Castilho, Goiara;Janczura, Gerson Américo;
Estudos de Psicologia (Natal) , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-294X2002000100015
Abstract: this work investigated whether knowledge about different types of categories, properties and tipicality affects inductive judgments. the first pre-experimental study identified different types of categories according to 3 types of instructions. only in the forced without definition condition distinct ontological categories were identified. in the second pre-experimental study participants made classificatory judgments about property types. the results indicated that properties were judged to be different regarding to generality, being classified in either superficial or essencial. the experiment 1 investigated wether category and property types and examples wich varied in tipicaliy influenced the estimatives about occurrence of events. the results confirmed that conceptual information influenced inductive judgments.
Para uma aprecia o da arte visual russa
Jeová Rocha de Mendona
Galáxia , 2008,
Abstract: Esta resenha tem por objetivo apresentar 13 ensaios sobre a cultura visual russa coletados na antologia intitulada Tekstura. A abordagem multidisciplinar do livro encaminha seu leitor para textos que variam da arquitetura ao cinema, tópicos estes relacionados, principalmente, ao século XX. Palavras-chave Cultura visual russa-muldisciplinaridade. Abstract The present book review aims at presenting 13 essays on Russian visual culture as collected in the anthology entitled Tekstura. The multidisciplinary approach of the book guides its reader with essay topics ranging from architecture to cinema related mainly to the 20th century. Key words Russian visual culture-multidiscipline.
Multimodal Stratified Approach for Prevention of Thromboembolism in Patients Undergoing Total Hip Arthroplasty  [PDF]
Elmano de Araújo Loures, Glauco Mendona Rocha, Daniel Naya Loures, Isabel Cristina Gon?alves Leite, Clarice Naya Loures
Open Journal of Orthopedics (OJO) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojo.2018.812045
Abstract: Objective: To demonstrate the efficacy and safety of a multimodal stratified approach for prevention of thromboembolism in patients undergoing primary total hip arthroplasty. Method: A longitudinal retrospective clinical study of a cohort of 341 individuals undergoing total hip arthroplasty between March 2008 and July 2016. Of these, 242 patients met the criteria for inclusion in the study. Individuals with a history of deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary thromboembolism, thrombophilia, hypercoagulation conditions, and chronic users of anticoagulants before surgery received enoxaparin at a dose of 40 mg/day for 21 days. For the other group, acetylsalicylic acid was prescribed at a dose of 200 mg/day for 30 days. All patients had surgical risk assessed by the American Anesthesiology Association classified as I or II, and underwent regional anesthesia, effective hydration, the same protocol of early postoperative rehabilitation, and the use of compression stockings. Drug cost analysis was performed based on the Brasíndice. To date, there are no publications in PubMed and Scielo on this subject regarding the Brazilian population. Results: The need for blood transfusion in the enoxaparin group was higher and the overall complication and hemorrhagic rates were also significantly higher (p < 0.010) in this group. Aspirin prescription costs 39 times less than enoxaparin. Conclusion: In patients without predisposing factors to thromboembolism and undergoing primary total hip arthroplasty, the multimodal approach with acetylsalicylic acid seems to be effective, with low cost and a low rate of complications.
The daily life of students at Alfredo Pinto nursing school (1949 - 1956)
Meirelles, Marcia da Rocha;Amorim, Wellington Mendona de;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692008000600011
Abstract: aim: to analyze students' strategies to adapt to the system established by the dean of alfredo pinto nursing school (1949-1956). method: this historical-social study uses the thematic oral history to guide data collection. sources: students' oral statements related to the period from 1949 to 1956 and written documents from the file of the nurse maria de castro pamphiro at unirio. results: students immediately faced the challenge of adapting to the school's rules regarding eating, clothing, and all changes presented in their daily life. discussion: they created, along the course, strategies to cheat on rules, adapt to new customs and make life more enjoyable.
A memória nas elei es: qual é o número do seu candidato?
Janczura, Gerson Américo,Castilho, Goiara Mendona
Psico , 2008,
Abstract: Dois experimentos investigaram o efeito da propaganda eleitoral, tipo de pista e tipo de número sobre a recupera o com pista intralista e o reconhecimento de números de candidatos aos cargos políticos nas elei es de 2006 no Brasil. Estudantes universitários responderam aos testes de memória e um questionário de interesses e comportamentos antes e depois da camoanha eleitoral. Todos os estímulos utilizados nos testes (fotografias, nomes e números de candidatos e siglas de partidos políticos) foram selecionados do TRE-DF. Os resultados evidenciaram que a propaganda eleitoral aumentou as taxas de recupera o com pista para os números associados aos candidatos à presidência da república e ao senado federal. No reconhecimento para números de candidatos a deputado federal ou distrital obteve-se um efeito do tipo de número. Agrupamentos numéricos mais semanticos foram reconhecidos com maior probabilidade. Os resultados s o discutidos em rela o à influência da repeti o e do chunking sobre a memória.
Removal of nitrogen and phosphorus from dairy wastewater using constructed wetlands systems operating in batch
Henrique Vieira de Mendona,Celso Bandeira de Melo Ribeiro,Alisson Carraro Borges,Ronaldo Rocha Bastos
Ambiente e água : An Interdisciplinary Journal of Applied Science , 2012,
Abstract: This work presents the results of a study conducted for a period of seven months on the effectiveness of constructed wetland systems for the treatment of dairy wastewater aiming at removing, nitrogen and phosphorus. Six experimental systems were assembled with a net volume of 115 L using HDPE tanks, with length/width ratio of 2:1. In three of the systems, gravel 0 was used as substrate, while gravel 0 and sand was used in the three others, in the percentage of 80% and 20%, respectively. The systems were operated in batch cycles of 48 hours, applying 7.5 L of influent per cycle. Four of the experimental units were cultivated, and two kept as controls. The selected species chosen were the macrophytes, Typha domingensis and Hedychium coronarium. The removal efficiency concerning nitrogen compounds showed to be quite promising with values ranging from 29.4 to 73.4%, while phosphorus removal from the beds was lower, reaching efficiencies between 18.61 and 34.3%, considered good values, since the removal of these substances is quite difficult through conventional treatment.
Effects of egg age of Spartocera dentiventris (Berg) (Hemiptera: Coreidae) on parasitism by Gryon gallardoi (Brethes) (Hymenoptera: Scelionidae)
Rocha, Luciane da;Kolberg, Roberta;Mendona Jr., Milton de S.;Redaelli, Luiza R.;
Neotropical Entomology , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1519-566X2006000500013
Abstract: to evaluate the effect of egg age of spartocera dentiventris (berg) on the parasitism by gryon gallardoi (brethes), groups of 12 eggs of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 12 days old were exposed to one female of g. gallardoi on a test tube, with the wasp observed for 2h subsequently. later, the eggs were individualised and incubated (25 ± 1°c; 12h photoperiod) until adult emergence. to identify the preferred age, groups of 12 eggs of 1, 3, 5, 7 and 12 days of age were simultaneously exposed to a parasitoid female on an arena for 2h. these groups were also individualised and incubated until parasitism was confirmed. on all ages tested parasitism was at about 88.5 ± 2.64%, with a reduction in adult parasitoid emergence with age increasing (p < 0.01). the development time increased with increasing egg age (p < 0.01), with males developing faster. parasitoid sex ratio for all ages tested was female-biased (0.49:1), with the proportion of males invariant with host age (p > 0.05). when the egg groups were exposed simultaneously, the female preferred eggs one and three days old. the results indicate a preference of g. gallardoi for younger eggs of s. dentiventris, with host egg age exerting a negative effect on development time and offspring emergence of the parasitoid.
Efeito da época e freqüência de corte de pimenta longa (Piper hispidinervum C. DC.) no rendimento de óleo essencial
Bergo, Celso Luis;Mendona, Hélia Alves de;Silva, Marcos Rocha da;
Acta Amazonica , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0044-59672005000200001
Abstract: long pepper (piper hispidinervum c. dc.) is a native plant of the state of acre. it is characterized by the production of essential oil with high safrol concentration, used in the production of perfumes, cosmetic and insecticides. because it is a plant still in the domestication phase, there is need of research to maximize its productivity. one of these studies refers to the best month of cutting and still if it is possible to make one or more cuts in an interval of 12 months. in this work, our aim was to evaluate the best month and frequency of cutting of long pepper for three years. two experiments were established, using a complete randomized blocks design in an arrangement of split plots, with the years as the main plots and the months as the subplots. the first experiment had four repetitions and eight useful plants by plots in the spacing of 1 m x 1 m. there was only one cut in an interval of 12 months, which was made in october, november, december, january, february, march and april. the second experiment had nine repetitions and two cuts in 12 months, with a four month interval between the first and the second cuts, which were accomplished in: october/february; november/march and december/april. it was verified in both experiments that: 1) the cuts made closer to the end of the rainy season, march and april, were the ones that presented the largest oil productivity; and, 2) the contend of essential oil in relation to dry matter was larger when only one cut was made in an interval of twelve months.
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