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Falsas Memórias: quest?es teórico-metodológicas
Alves, Cíntia Marques;Lopes, Ederaldo José;
Paidéia (Ribeir?o Preto) , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-863X2007000100005
Abstract: false memories (fm′s) occur when a person remembers events that never happened to him, situations at which he/she was not present, places where he/she has never been, or when he/she remembers some event differently from what really happened. the purpose of this work was to present a historical review of fm′s, some theoretical models and their contributions to the comprehension about them. the drm (deese-roediger-mcdemott), which is used to study fm′s, is also presented. we could see the importance and the necessity of this study for psychology and for psychologists, mainly those who work directly with the people's memory.
Levantamento da flora apícola em Santa Luzia do Paruá, Sudoeste da Amaz?nia, Maranh?o
Marques, Luiz Junior Pereira;Muniz, Francisca Helena;Lopes, Gislane da Silva;Silva, José Malheiros;
Acta Botanica Brasilica , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-33062011000100017
Abstract: the plant species visited by apis mellifera l. were surveyed by pollen analysis in santa luzia do paruá municipality, located in northwestern maranh?o state. natural vegetation is amazon rainforest, mean annual temperature varies between 26°c and 27°c, relative air humidity between 79 and 82%, and total rainfall between 2000 and 2400 mm. this study was conducted from august 2005 to july 2006 in three apiaries of the region, with monthly sampling of honey, pollen and plants. the samples were analyzed by the acetolysis method. the pollen types were identified and counted in honey samples to determine mean frequency of the three apiaries. in the pollen samples, pollen types were identified by comparison with the pollen of plants (flower buds) deposited in the reference collection. the main plant families used as floral resource by a. mellifera are amaranthaceae, arecaceae, asteraceae, urticaceae, euphorbiaceae, lamiaceae, fabaceae-mimosoideae, flacourtiaceae, myrtaceae, poaceae and rubiaceae. in the honey samples, the pollen types of mimosa pudica, borreria and members of the arecaceae family were most important during the rainy season. at harvest time (transition between rainy and dry season), hyptis, borreria, and an undetermined pollen type of the asteraceae family were most important. the pollen types that show major constancy in the sample pollen were euterpe oleracea, asteraceae type 1, mimosa pudica and borreria.
Descri??o de Brontostoma doughertyae sp. nov. e estudo morfológico comparativo com B. rubrum (Amyot & Serville, 1843) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Reduviidae: Ectrichodiinae)
Gil-Santana, Hélcio R.;Lopes, Catarina M.;Marques, Oton Meira;Jurberg, José;
Entomología y Vectores , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0328-03812005000100006
Abstract: brontostoma doughertyae n. sp. (hemiptera-heteroptera: reduviidae: ectrichodiinae), from espírito santo and bahia states, brazil is described based on male specimens. a comparative analysis between the phallic structures of brontostoma rubrum (amyot & serville, 1843) and b. doughertyae sp. nov. is presented. three structures are important to distinguish them: the gonoporal process (prg); support of the phallosoma (sph) and the phallosoma (ph). a key for the brazilian species of brontostoma is presented.
A prática de exercícios físicos regulares como terapia complementar ao tratamento de mulheres com depress?o
Vieira, José Luiz Lopes;Porcu, Mauro;Rocha, Priscila Garcia Marques da;
Jornal Brasileiro de Psiquiatria , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0047-20852007000100007
Abstract: objective: to analyze the effective of the physical exercise as therapeutical complement in the depression?s treatment. methods: this clinical assay had the participation of women?s patient taken care of for the sus in the maringá?s university hospital in treatment with antidepressants (n = 18: gc = 9; ge = 9). the research design was elaborated with two sessions of water exercise/week, during 12 weeks. the instrument used was hamilton?s scale for depression, applied to the beginning and after 12 weeks of the clinical assay. for statistics analysis the tests of wilcoxon and mann-whitney were used. results: the depression level reduced in the experimental group after 12 weeks (32.66 ± 3.12 to 24.88 ± 2.13 points, p = 0.007*) and no differences were found in control group (31.11 ± 3.51 to 30.22 ± 3.04 points, p = 0.059). after 6 months, it haven?t significant statistical differences for the control group (31.11 ± 3.51 for 30.22 ± 2.81 points, p = 0.201). however, the experimental group returned next to the initiates levels of depression (32.66 ± 3.12 for 29.66 ± 1.22 point, p = 0.027*). conclusion: in this preliminary study the patients submitted to the physical exercises pratice associated to the conventional treatment to depression had evidenced a significant improvement to that they hadn't pratice physical exercises. the physical effects of the exercises on the depressive symptoms disapeared with the interruption of the physical exercise in the evaluation follow up of 6 months.
Qualidade dos ensaios de competi??o de cultivares de milho no Estado do Rio Grande do Sul
Marques, Daniela Giffoni;Storck, Lindolfo;Lopes, Sidinei José;Martin, Thomas Newton;
Ciência Rural , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-84782000000300001
Abstract: this study aimed to quantify the proportion of experiments with statistical difference for blocks, cultivar and the f test assumption (additivity, normal distribution, random error, and error variance homogeneity among cultivars) observance. also, the effects on the least significant difference (lsd) based on tukey test (p=0.05) were quantified when some assumption was not observed. the statistical analysis was based upon 307 sets of experimental cultivar competition data carried out from 1993 to 1996 in the state of rio grande do sul, brazil. among the experiments with significant differences in treatments (cultivars), 85.67% had an average lsd equal to 30.28%. low frequency of non assumption observance was verified and increased the lsd. lack of additivity on the model occured in 8.75% the trials and not modify lsd of data transformation. no random error effect was verified in 9.88% of the experiments due to variability among plots at the same block caused by inadequate block placement in the experimental area.
Extra??o, purifica??o e avalia??o da atividade da glutationa S-Transferase de fígado bovino
Torres, Maria Célia Lopes;Soares, Nilda de Fátima Ferreira;Pereira, José Ant?nio Marques;
Ciência e Agrotecnologia , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-70542006000200016
Abstract: considering the detoxication functions of glutathione s-transferase (gst) enzyme, that is important against oxidative stress, cancer and others degenerative diseases, this study aimed to evaluate the stability and activity of glutathione s-transferase extracted from bovine liver, which is commercially available at low cost. the extraction was done in four steps (homogenization/centrifugation, passage through column containing diethylaminoethyl-cellulose (deae), precipitation with ammonium sulfate and passing through column of carboxy-methyl-cellulose (cmc). the extract thus obtained showed activity with 1 chloro 2, 4 dinitrobenzene, in the presence of reduced glutation. the specific activity of the final extract was 5 times greater than the crude centrifuged extract, and was stable for 70 days when stored at 5 oc.
Avalia??o e caracteriza??o dos principais compostos químicos da aguardente de cana-de-a?úcar envelhecida em tonéis de carvalho (Quercus sp.)
Parazzi, Clóvis;Arthur, Cecília Marques;Lopes, Jorge José Correa;Borges, Maria Teresa Mendes Ribeiro;
Ciência e Tecnologia de Alimentos , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-20612008000100028
Abstract: brazilian sugar cane spirit or "cacha?a" is very appreciated for its typical aroma and flavour, which can even be improved by ageing the sugar cane spirit in wood barrels. during the ageing period, many transformations may occur and some new compounds can be incorporated or formed while others disappear. the aim of this work was to evaluate the effect of the wood on the quality and chemical composition of sugar cane spirits when aged in oak barrels. twelve samples of sugar cane spirit were stored in oak barrels and in glass containers, under the same conditions. the samples for analyses were obtained every three months during a three year period. alcohol content and acetaldehyde, ethyl acetate, polyphenol, methyl alcohol, n-butylic, n-propylic, isobutylic, isoamylic, acidity and copper contents were determined. the results showed significant differences between the sugar cane spirits stored in oak barrels and in glass containers. the concentration of all the components analyzed showed significant differences, except for n-butylic. on the other hand, the components stored in glass containers remained in the same concentration, except for ethyl acetate. the material of the containers and the storage period interfere with the chemical characteristics and the quality of sugar cane spirit.
Evaluation of the permeability of the furcation area of deciduous molars conditioned with Er:YAG laser and cyanoacrylate
Lopes-Silva, Adriene Mara Souza;Lage-Marques, José Luiz;
Pesquisa Odontológica Brasileira , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-74912003000300003
Abstract: the purpose of this study was to evaluate in vitro the dentin permeability of the deciduous pulp chamber floor after employing 2-octyl cyanoacrylate and er:yag laser. twenty four deciduous molars were used, divided into four groups. after chemical-surgical preparation each group received a different treatment: group 1 - control, without treatment; group 2 - the floor of the pulp chamber was covered with a fine layer of 2-octyl cyanoacrylate; group 3 - the floor of the pulp chamber was irradiated with er:yag laser (250 mj, 10 hz for 30 seconds, 80 j of energy and 320 pulses), and covered with a fine layer of 2-octyl cyanoacrylate; and group 4 - the floor of the pulp chamber was irradiated with er:yag laser set at the parameters already described. after that the specimens received application of 0.5% methylene blue, for 15 minutes. the teeth were cut, photographed, and the digitalized images were analyzed using the imagelab program. the results obtained were submitted to statistical analysis. group 4 (er:yag) presented the largest averages in percentage of dye penetration area (19.5%), followed by group 1 (11.1%), group 3 (1.4%) and group 2 (0.2%). the experimental model allowed to conclude that the specimens conditioned with 2-octyl cyanoacrylate (group 2) and er:yag laser associated to 2-octyl cyanoacrylate (group 3) presented a decrease in permeability, and the specimens treated with er:yag laser (group 4) presented an increase in permeability of the analyzed area.
Análise de covariancia para melhoria da capacidade de discrimina??o em ensaios de cultivares de milho
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-204X2000000700004
Abstract: the use of experimental techniques in order to increase trial precision is important to detect small yield gain in crops. the aim of this research was to evaluate the potential use of covariance analyses to increase trial precision. data of grain yield and final plant population from 313 corn (zea mays l.) cultivar trials were studied. the experiments were carried out under different environmental conditions of the state of rio grande do sul, brazil, from 1993 to 1996. an hd statistic to compare the precision for use and not use of the covariance analyses was developed. the hd is the amplitude among cultivar mean estimations divided by the lsd value of tukey test. the highest hd value, the best trial precision is obtained, which permits to detect small differences between cultivars. it was verified that covariance analyses increased hd from 4.7 to 19.5 improving cultivar discrimination yields adjusted by the covariable final plant population.
Efeito da altera??o ambiental sobre componentes psicológicos e parametros fisiológicos durante corrida em atletas
Rocha, Priscila Garcia Marques da;Lopes, José Luiz;Moraes, Solange Marta Franzói de;
Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-37722010000200020
Abstract: it was evaluated the effect of environmental alteration in affect, perceived exertion and in physiological parameters during treadmill running in athletes. eighteen handball players participated in four running experimental sessions (baseline, fragmented overrated and unknown) for 20 minutes. it was analyzed: affect, rating of perceived exertion, heart rate and cortisol. information about the running duration was manipulated. it was observed a statistically significant increase in affect during the treadmill running for the "fragmented" and "overrated " sessions, as well as in salivary cortisol level at the 11th minute of running. the control of athletes' affective behavior seems to relieve physiological damage when facing unknown opponents and uncertain game conditions.
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