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The effects of orthographic neighborhood in reading and laboratory word identification tasks: a review
Manuel Perea,Eva Rosa
Psicológica , 2000,
Abstract: Los efectos de "vecindad" ortográfica en lectura y en tareas de reconocimiento de palabras: Una revisión. En este trabajo se ofrece una revisión de la literatura reciente sobre los efectos de "vecindad" ortográfica (esto es, del papel de las palabras que pueden ser creadas alterando una letra de la palabra-test, preservando las posiciones de las otras letras; Coltheart et al., 1977) en lectura y en tareas de reconocimiento visual de palabras. En primer lugar, se efectúa una revisión sobre los dos efectos más importantes de "vecindad" ortográfica: el tama o de vecindad y la frecuencia de vecindad, en la que se muestra el papel inhibidor de los vecinos de alta frecuencia en la lectura. Seguidamente, se examina la influencia de la estructura ortográfica en los efectos de repetición y facilitación ortográfica, en la que de nuevo se aprecia el papel inhibidor de las palabras vecinas. Finalmente, se analiza la evidencia empírica de los efectos de vecindad ortográfica en el contexto de los modelos de lectura y reconocimiento visual de palabras.
Información, conocimiento y bibliotecas en el marco de la globalización neoliberal (P. López López, J. Gimeno Perelló)
San Segundo Manuel, Rosa
Revista Espa?ola de Documentación Científica , 2006,
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Classification of Incidence Scrolls(I)
Rosa Cid,Manuel Pedreira
Mathematics , 2000,
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to obtain a classification of scrolls of genus 0 and 1, which are defined by a one-dimensional family of lines meeting a certain set of linear spaces in ${\bf P}^n$. These ruled surfaces will be called incidence scrolls and such a set will be the base of the incidence scroll. Unless otherwise stated, we assume that the base spaces are in general position.
Classification of Incidence Scrolls (II)
Rosa Cid Manuel Pedreira
Mathematics , 2002,
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to obtain a classification of the scrolls in Pn which are defined by a one-dimensional family of lines meeting a certain set of linear spaces in Pn, a first classification for genus 0 and 1 is given in paper [1]. These ruled surfaces are called incidence scrolls, and such an indicated set is a base of the incidence scroll. In particular, we compute its degree and genus. For this, we define the fundamental incidence scroll to be the scroll in Pn formed by the lines which meet (2n-3) P{n-2}'s in general position. Then all the others incidence scrolls will be portions of degenerate forms of this. In this way, we can obtain all the incidence scrolls in Pn, n>2, with base in general position.
Another classification of Incidence Scrolls
Rosa Cid,Manuel Pedreira
Mathematics , 2002,
Abstract: The aim of this paper is the computation of the degree and genus of all incidence scrolls in Pn. For this, we fix the dimension of a linear space which have a base space of this fixed dimension. In this way, we can obtain all the incidence scrolls with a line as directrix curve, those whose base contains a plane, and so on.
Condi??es morfodinamicas associadas a afogamentos: contribui??o à seguran?a nas praias oceanicas da cidade do Rio de Janeiro
Bulh?es, Eduardo Manuel Rosa;
Sociedade & Natureza , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1982-45132010000100009
Abstract: in oceanic beaches of rio de janeiro drowning accidents are identified as a major public security problem in recreational environments. the number of rescues of bathers in these beaches reaches 5000 per year. the aim of this study is to identify critical morphodynamic beach conditions on the surfzone that represent hazards and can expose bathers to the risk of drowning and other associated injuries. these hazards are breaking waves, surfzone bottom topography and the formation of longshore and rip currents, named here as nearshore circulation cell. these are a result of physical interaction between hydrodynamic marine conditions promoted by waves with the adjustment of the sandy bottom topography on the surfzone, and while people use these beaches as a recreational place, this can promote unsafely conditions for most swimmers. the evaluated hypothesis is that previous identification of hazardous beach conditions, which can be made by the identification of modal wave climate, and the morphodynamic response of each beach for the input of wave energy, can generate differentiated conditions along the beaches and even along the same beach. morphodynamic analysis can identify several hazards and. rescue data can be used to identify areas where the most accidents take place and areas of high concentration of bathers. the result reached is a forecasting guide of hazardous beach conditions, which correlates breaking wave height, tidal oscillations and morphodynamic beach states.
Condi es Morfodinamicas Associadas a Afogamentos. Contribui o à Seguran a nas Praias Oceanicas da Cidade do Rio de Janeiro / Morphodynamic Conditions Related to Drowning Victims.Contribution to Beach Safety on Rio de Janeiro’s Oceanic Beaches
Eduardo Manuel Rosa Bulh?es
Revista Sociedade & Natureza , 2010,
Abstract: Nas praias oceanicas da cidade do Rio de Janeiro, o número de resgates realizados por ano é da ordem de milhares. Este estudo visa identificar condi es críticas à seguran a dos banhistas nas praias oceanicas da cidade, através da elabora o de estudos em clima de ondas, propaga o de ondas em águas rasas e condi es morfodinamicas nas praias que podem se apresentar como perigosas à integridade dos milhares de banhistas freqüentadores das praias cariocas. Os perigos relacionados s o a arrebenta o das ondas, a topografia móvel do leito praial e a forma o de correntes longitudinais e de retorno na zona de surfe. Esses processos naturais s o resultado da intera o física entre a hidrodinamica marinha próxima à costa e o relativo reposicionamento do fundo arenoso nas praias que, de fato, exp e banhistas ao risco de afogamentos. A hipótese testada é a de que a partir de estudos em clima de ondas, s o identificadas condi es médias de ondula o que ao se propagarem até as praias, geram condi es morfodinamicas diferenciadas até mesmo ao longo de um mesmo arco praial. Por sua vez, os estágios morfodinamicos podem apresentar características perigosas aos banhistas. A análise das estatísticas de salvamentos permite identificar segmentos nas praias onde há maior ou menor concentra o de banhistas em situa o de risco. Como resultado, chegou-se a um guia de avalia o de risco nas praias, através da correla o entre altura de ondas, nível da maré e estágios morfodinamicos, que, em último caso, define os qualitativos das praias que exp e os banhistas a riscos.
Training of Non-University Level Teachers in Cooperative Learning Methods  [PDF]
Rosa María Pons, Yael Sharan, José Manuel Serrano, Clotilde Lomeli, Céline Buchs
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2013.43A043
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This article proposes a teacher training program in Cooperative Learning Methods (CLM). The analysis of the effects of the program on the development of CLM instructional designs is based on an eight category system which supports the development of instructional design that organizes the classroom from a cooperative perspective. This study also proves the existing differences among professionals teaching at different levels of the non-university education levels. The results demonstrate the efficacy of the training process of teachers who work in non-university educational system and its effect on their practice.

Psychological Variables for Identifying Susceptibility to Mental Disorders in Medical
Rosa Sender,Manel Salamero,Manuel Valdés
Medical Education Online , 2004,
Abstract: Introduction: This study analyses some psychological variables related to susceptibility to mental disorders in medical students. Methods: A sample of 209 first- and second-year medical students was evaluated using the State and Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI), and three questionnaires: Sensitivity to Punishment and Sensitivity to Reward Questionnaire (SPSRQ), General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-28) and UNCAHS scale of STRAIN. Results: Thirty percent of the students suffered from emotional distress as measured by de GHQ-28, and showed significantly higher scores on trait anxiety, sensitivity to punishment and reward scales, and had higher levels of strain both in the academic environment and their personal life. Women scored significantly higher than men on trait anxiety and sensitivity to reward. Logistical regression found that trait anxiety and strain in non-academic life were the best predictors of the development of a mental disorder. Conclusions: The study confirms the usefulness of the STAI for detecting psychological distress and the validity of the SPSRQ for identifying subjects likely to present emotional distress when facing high environmental demands. Subjects most likely to present with mental illness are those who evaluate their personal (non-academic) lives as more stressful.
SECCIóN ESPECIAL: OLEICULTURA EN PROCESO DE CAMBIO: RETOS Y OPORTUNIDADES. NúMERO ESPECIAL. HOMENAJE A LA PROFESORA OLGA SENISE BARRIO. PRESENTACIóN
Manuel Parras Rosa,Marta Mu?oz Guarasa
Revista de Estudios Empresariales. Segunda época , 2010,
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