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COMPARTIMENTA O E ESTRUTURA O DA PAISAGEM DE PARAúNA-GO
Maria Helena Melo Cunha Santos
Boletim Goiano de Geografia , 1981,
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Using Response Surface Methodology and High-Intensity Sweeteners’ Positive Synergy to Optimize Peach Nectar Acceptability  [PDF]
Lauro Melo, Juliana Maria Porto Cardoso, Juliana Rosa Battochio, Helena Maria André Bolini
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2013.45064
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Combining the high-intensity sweeteners’ positive synergy with response surface methodology (RSM), it is possible to optimize food and beverage products liking, masking undesired sensory attributes and reducing costs and consumers’ additives intake (up to 50%). A RSM based on a five-level, two variable central composite rotatable designs (CCRD) was applied, varying aspartame and acesulfame-K concentrations in order to optimize consumers’ sensory liking (n = 118) for peach nectar in terms of appearance, aroma, flavor, and overall liking. Statistically valid models were found for flavor and overall liking attributes and highest liking values were found for samples combining the two sweeteners (therefore overcoming acesulfame-K’s sensory limitations) in lower concentrations, confirming the synergetic effect and allowing cost reduction and less additives intake, without losing sensory quality.

Contratransferência e enquadre psicanalítico em Pierre Fédida
Dias, Helena Maria Melo;Berlinck, Manoel Tosta;
Psicologia Clínica , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-56652011000200014
Abstract: the objective here is to discuss pierre fedida’s broad and complex thinking regarding psychoanalytic technique through an articulation of the notions of countertransference and setting in the psychoanalytic clinic. the model implicit in fedida’s conception of countertransference is the fictitious mother-baby relationship, where the mother is a receiver able to be in resonance with the child’s psychic state. as a result, she can activate the baby’s language and consequently alleviate its suffering. fedida sees in the countertransference a function that regulates the "intersubjective experience" between analyst and patient and has a function of para-excitation, governed at a pre-conscious level of naming. this is what sustains the analytic setting as a space of potency that engenders an analytic situation. we also call attention to the evocative style of fedida’s writing, as it mobilizes thinking and insight proper to freudian metapsychology. in short, his work has contributed significantly to a broader understanding of psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
Icnito de Habita o (Serpulidae) da Forma o Riachuelo, Bacia Sergipe-Alagoas.
Daniela Melo Andrade,Maria Helena Zucon
Anuário do Instituto de Geociências , 2007,
Abstract: A margem continental do leste e norte do Brasil apresenta uma série de bacias marginais, cujo desenvolvimento está diretamente relacionado com a separa o da placa africana/sul-americana, eem ambos os lados do Atlantico Sul, as bacias têm uma história geológica comum. Com a abertura do Atlantico Sul, o mar transgressivo cobriu os depósitos da fase evaporítica protomarinha com águas moderadamente quentes e hipersalinas, possibilitando a deposi o sucessiva de carbonatos. Assim, o registro desta fase marinha inicial é representado por uma extensa plataforma carbonática que se estende ao longo de 3.500 km de litoral brasileiro, desde a bacia de Santos até a bacia de Barreirinhas. A Forma o Riachuelo aflora numa faixa de aproximadamente 20 km de largura, entre os municípios de Itaporanga e Pacatuba, noEstado de Sergipe. A Forma o Riachuelo engloba um complexo de plataforma mista siliciclásticacarbonática, onde podem ser reconhecidos três membros: Angico, Taquari e Maruim. Os Polychaetas s o encontrados abundantemente em alguns intervalos das sequências marinhas, principalmente em rochas do Albiano inferior daForma o Riachuelo, Coniaciano da Forma o Cotinguiba e Campaniano superior da Forma o Calumbi. As formas mais comuns s o as secretorasde tubos calcários, p. ex., Serpula, Diploconcha e Hamulus, entretanto formas escavadoras, p. ex., Terebella, ocorrem de forma localizada. O presente trabalho tem como objetivo principal identificar os icnogêros que ocorrem na localidade Porto dosBarcos 2, da Forma o Riachuelo. Esta localidade é representada por uma exposi o de siltito argiloso amarelo, com concre es, e camadas que mergulham 20oNE, ocorrem ainda uma fauna associada composta por amonóides, biválvios, gastrópodos e equinóides, está a 10°43’22”S - 37o10’51”W, no município de Riachuelo. A constru o dos icnitos dehabita o (Dominichnia) desta forma o é atribuída a poliquetas de hábito suspensívoro epibent nico. Geralmente os tubos s o encontrados dispersos no sedimento, no entanto amostras do icnito preservado evidenciam a varia o no diametro do tubo de acordocom a extens o do icnofóssil. As informa es quanto a extens o do tubo e seu diametro s o parciais, já que a preserva o do icnofóssil completa é rara. Os dados obtidos mostram uma varia o de 1,0 mm a3,5cm no tamanho, enquanto o diametro é de 1,0 a 4,0 mm. variando com freqüência de acordo com a distancia da sec o observada em rela o ao ponto de fixa o no sedimento. A varia o da espessurada parede é diretamente proporcional a extens o do icnito e sua textura é diferenciada de acordo com a de
Instrumentos relacionados ao diabetes mellitus adaptados e validados para a cultura brasileira
Raquel Curcio,Maria Helena Melo Lima,Neusa Maria Costa Alexandre
Revista Eletr?nica de Enfermagem , 2011,
Abstract: Trata-se de um estudo de revis o integrativa, cujo objetivo foi buscar evidências disponíveis na literatura sobre os instrumentos e escalas relacionados ao diabetes mellitus adaptados e validados para a cultura brasileira. Após busca nas bases eletr nicas BDENF, SciELO, LILACS, foram incluídos sete instrumentos que atenderam aos critérios de inclus o: Diabetes Mellitus Knowledge (DKN-A); Diabetes Mellitus Attitude (ATT-19); Diabetes Quality of Life Measure (DQOL-Brasil); Diabetes Quality of Life for Youths (DQOLY-Brasil); Diabetes 39 (D-39); Insulin Management Diabetes Self-efficacy (IMDSES); Problem Areas in Diabetes (PAID) e Summary of Diabetes Self-Care Activities Questionnaire (QAD). Os resultados permitiram tra ar uma compara o entre os instrumentos disponíveis, além de conhecer as limita es quanto ao processo de valida o e aplica o clínica. Espera-se que esse estudo possa contribuir para uma maior divulga o dos instrumentos relacionados ao diabetes mellitus disponíveis para a cultura brasileira, e oferecer subsídios para a sua utiliza o em pesquisa ou assistência de enfermagem.
Sign Language Interpreters: Perception Analysis about Working with Deaf Students in a Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology in the Northern Region of Brazil  [PDF]
Cesar Gomes de Freitas, Cristina Maria Delou, Gildete da Silva Amorim, Edilene de Melo Teixeira, Helena Carla Castro
Creative Education (CE) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2017.84050
Abstract: The interpreters of Sign Language have an essential role in the education of deaf students in all countries including Brazil. They mediate the whole teaching and learning process as they are responsible for the communication between teachers and students. Due to their important role, their performance has direct implications in the student’s academic success as well as in the process of their inclusion in the society, which begins at early age at school. In the present study we investigated the perception of Brazilian interpreters that work in a Federal Institute of education, science and technology in the northern region of Brazil. Thus we analyzed their opinion about different aspects involving their work with students with hearing disabilities in this institution. On that purpose we employed a quali-quantitative approach by using a questionnaire with structured and non-structured questions. According to the interpreters’ point of view, some actions still have to be done to achieve the effective inclusion of students with hearing impairment in the educational institution evaluated. On that matter the work of interpreters should be more recognized as important for the teaching and learning process of deaf students leading to the improvement of their work conditions for attending them. These professionals also reported the importance of teachers learning sign language for improving the psychological aspects of these students and their perception of the institution acceptance.
Envolvimento docente na interpreta??o do seu trabalho: uma estratégia metodológica
Duarte, Adriana;Oliveira, Dalila Andrade;Augusto, Maria Helena;Melo, Savana;
Cadernos de Pesquisa , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-15742008000100010
Abstract: by taking into account the nature, configurations, and meanings of the teaching work as its analysis object, this article discusses the methodology being developed in a research project. the text addresses the methodological-theoretical choices made, the field work done with teachers and the preliminary results achieved. the conclusions confirm the researchers' initial expectation concerning the ability expressed by teachers of getting involved in the analysis of their own work, the confidence in the collective work and the possibility of changes by means of their organization.
As pesquisas etnográficas em enfermagem nas sociedades complexas
Lenardt,Maria Helena; Michel,Tatiane; Pereira De Melo,Lucas;
Colombia Médica , 2011,
Abstract: introduction: multicultural societies of the postmodern world are characterized by the complexity of their structure, organization, and operation. in such societies, there is a heterogeneous set of social players who experience a variety of phenomena in their daily lives in cities. within this context, nursing care has developed and nurses in recent years have turned to ethnography as a tool in understanding socio-cultural reality and experience from the perspective of those living these experiences. this is a theoretical study seeking to reflect upon the application of an ethnographic approach in brazilian nursing research in complex societies. ethnography in brazilian nursing research in complex societies: brazilian nurses have appropriated the methodological tools and theories of nursing and anthropological studies to investigate the experiences and meanings attributed to health-disease process, cultural influence on health-related behaviors, as well as to evaluate and manage work processes. further studies are emphasized to attempt to theorize and reflect upon the methodological construction of this research. this move highlights a shift in focus on nursing research and practice for a more integrative and complex view of human beings and reality. ethnography helps us learn about a given reality and, as a result, we obtain new insights for understanding the phenomena. reflection: it is considered that anthropological knowledge extends the nurses’ views on the subject about which they devote their practice, refining it. being closer to the lives and experience of subjects, permits the perception of phenomena from the perspective of the players involved, offering professionals a different view on the needs and outcomes of nursing care.
Habilidades em consciência fonológica de sujeitos após realiza??o de terapia fonológica
Mota, Helena Bolli;Melo Filha, Maria das Gra?as de Campos;
Pró-Fono Revista de Atualiza??o Científica , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-56872009000200006
Abstract: background: phonological awareness abilities of children with a history of speech-language disorders. aim: to compare the phonological awareness abilities of individuals who recovered from phonological disorders after having gone through speech-language treatment with that of individuals with typical phonological development. method: participants of this study were eighteen individuals, nine in the experimental group and nine in the control group. both groups had their phonological awareness abilities evaluated through the metalinguistic sequential evaluation instrument confias. results: significant statistical differences were observed between the groups in terms of the following performances: rhyme identification, rhyme production, syllable exclusion, on all of the activities involving syllables and on the activities involving phoneme exclusion, phoneme segmentation, and phoneme transposition, on all of the activities involving phonemes and also on all of the activities involving phonological awareness. the control group presented a better performance in all of the activities. conclusions: even after speech therapy the experimental group presented a worse performance in terms of the phonological awareness abilities.
Planejamento da alta hospitalar do paciente diabético: constru??o de uma proposta
Suzuki, Vanessa Ferraz;Carmona, Elenice Valentim;Lima, Maria Helena Melo;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342011000200032
Abstract: the acute and chronic complications that patients with diabetes and their families have to deal with after hospital discharge may be a consequence of the deficiencies in the educational process across hospitalization and the formal preparation for discharge. the objective of this study is to present a proposal of the plan for hospital discharge of adult patients with diabetes. a literature review on the hospital discharge of the assessed population was performed, including articles published between 2004 and february 2009. taking the literature into consideration, a flier was created to guide the discharge process. the flier lists the information that should be collected and worked with the patient during the first four days of hospitalization, considering their individual needs and the ineffective self health management. the discharge must be inserted in the nursing process, as nurses have an essential role in identifying the needs of patients and their families. the flier helps to identify the patient's needs and the actions to be performed by the team.
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