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?Es posible un tratamiento diferente de las adicciones?
Marina Gonzalez,Pedro A.;
Revista de la Asociación Espa?ola de Neuropsiquiatría , 2001, DOI: 10.4321/S0211-57352001000300002
Abstract: drug addiction has today almost the same therapeutic approach that it had in the first sixties. the therapeutic models prevailing now a days have had success in some patients, although some others have repeted failures and relapses with margination problems associated. this facts plus the modern hypothesis about the drug dependence make necesary to review the goals and procedures in addictives disorders treatment.
Number of Faecal Pellets Dropped Daily by the Wild Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)
Pedro Gonzalez-Redondo
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012,
Abstract: An experiment utilizing wild rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus algirus) was conducted to evaluate the number of faecal pellets dropped by the animals in 24 h. When fed with a diet of known composition. Twenty four individually cage-born adult wild rabbits, coming from the Southern Iberian Peninsula (Spain), were fed with a commercial feed having 16.5% Crude Fibre, 16.5% Crude Protein, 89.8% Dry Matter. The average number of faecal pellets dropped per rabbit in 24 h measured during 6 consecutive days, was 373, remaining homogeneous along the days for each rabbit, but with differences between individuals. Values found in this experiment differ from that of the wild rabbit in many locations in its distribution area around the world. The results confirms that the number of faecal pellets dropped daily by the wild rabbit is recommended to be locally tested every time the population size of an area is to be evaluated with the purposes of game management, pest control and in assessing of risk of propagation of the diseases.
Concordancia vs discordancia en la evaluacion del practicum: protocolos, instrumentos y elementos personales del proceso
Antonio Pedro Cid Gonzalez
REDU : Revista de Docencia Universitaria , 2012,
Abstract: En este articulo se trata de aportar el punto de vista correspondiente al tutor en relación al PRACTICUM entendido como un proceso colaborativo entre el supervisor y el tutor, es decir entre la Universidad y los centros colaboradores, con el fin de lograr una formación en función de la que se emite una doble calificación atendiendo al doble carácter curricular-practico del proceso. Este punto de vista pretende ser superador de esta doble interpretación de un mismo proceso que si bien en la mayoría de los casos es coincidente no siempre sucede así dando lugar a una discordancia en las calificaciones que parece injustificada puesto que si el proceso es único (aunque diverso en su contenido) debiera ser calificado como tal, de tal manera que el proceso evaluador conjunto superara su dicotomía interna (teoría-practica). Esta discordancia no es tan significativa en si misma cuanto en lo que subyace a la misma, indicador de falta de comunicación, colaboración y unidad de criterios consecuencia de la ausencia de consenso y seguramente compromiso en la programación. El análisis del proceso de planificación y programación del PRACTICUM, de su implementación, así como, de los instrumentos utilizados en el proceso de evaluación, guiaran algunas de las propuestas que se hacen en este artículo. ABSTRACT Concordance Vs discordance in the assessment of the Practicum: protocols, tools and personal items of the process. This work-paper is about providing the tutor approach of practicum, understood as a collaborative process between supervisor and tutor. We meant to explain the relationship between colleges/universities with the goal of achieving a learning from which we can get a double qualification because the dual nature, curricular-practical, of the process. This approach wants to surpass and improve this dual view of the same process because even most of the times it is equal, it doesn′t always happen this way, creating a discordance that looks unjustified. If the process is unique (although it is diverse in his content), this process should be qualified as such, making the collaborative assessment process surpass its internal dichotomy (theorical-practical). This discordance isn′t as important by itself but as evidenced of communication, collaboration and unity lack as the result of agreement absence and a probable commitment absence in programming. The analysis of the PRACTICUM planning and programming process, of his implementation, and the analysis of the used tools in this assessment process will guide some of the proposal made in this paper.
Bijectiveness of the Nash Map for Quasi-Ordinary Hypersurface Singularities
Pedro Daniel Gonzalez Perez
Mathematics , 2007, DOI: 10.1093/imrn/rnm076
Abstract: In this paper we give a positive answer to a question of Nash concerning the arc space of a singularity, for the class of quasi-ordinary hypersurface singularities, extending to this case previous results and techniques of Shihoko Ishii.
Toric embedded resolutions of quasi-ordinary hypersurface singularities
Pedro Daniel Gonzalez Perez
Mathematics , 2003,
Abstract: We build two embedded resolution procedures of a quasi-ordinary singularity of complex analytic hypersurface, by using toric morphisms which depend only on the characteristic monomials associated to a quasi-ordinary projection of the singularity. This result answers an open problem of Lipman in Equisingularity and simultaneous resolution of singularities, Resolution of Singularities, Progress in Mathematics No. 181, 2000, 485-503. In the first procedure the singularity is embedded as hypersurface. In the second procedure, which is inspired by a work of Goldin and Teissier for plane curves (see Resolving singularities of plane analytic branches with one toric morphism,loc. cit., pages 315-340), we re-embed the singularity in an affine space of bigger dimension in such a way that one toric morphism provides its embedded resolution. We compare both procedures and we show that they coincide under suitable hypothesis.
Approximate Roots, Toric Resolutions and Deformations of a Plane Branch
Pedro Daniel Gonzalez Perez
Mathematics , 2008,
Abstract: We analyze the expansions in terms of the approximate roots of a Weierstrass polynomial $f$ defining a plane branch $(C,0)$, in the light of the toric embedded resolution of the branch. This leads to the definition of a class of (non equisingular) deformations of a plane branch $(C,0)$ supported on certain monomials in the approximate roots of $f$. As a consequence we find out a Kouchnirenko type formula for the Milnor number $(C,0)$. Our results provide a geometrical approach to Abhyankar's straight line conditions and its consequences. As an application we give an equisingularity criterion for a family of plane curves to be equisingular to a plane branch and we express it algorithmically.
Application of AHP in the Design of a Strategy Map  [PDF]
Luis E. Quezada, Pedro I. Palominos, Miguel A. Gonzalez
iBusiness (IB) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ib.2013.53B028

This paper presents an application of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) to support the creation of a strategy map. A strategy map is a representation of the cause-effect relationships between strategic objectives of a Balanced Scorecard (BSC). The method proposed establishes the relationships that are important within the strategy map. The case of seven companies is presented, where the method is applied and the results are compared with the actual maps defined by the companies. The comparison is made to determine in which extend the proposed method is useful for establishing the causal relationships in a strategy map.

Creativity in Children with Attention Déficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)  [PDF]
Gracia Gonzalez-Carpio, Juan Pedro Serrano, Marta Nieto
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2017.83019
Abstract: Research about creativity in ADHD children is very limited and has shown discordant results. Some features of cognitive functioning in ADHD, such as scattered attention, difficulty suppressing brain activity of the default neural network, inefficiency to inhibit irrelevant stimuli that access consciousness, or common markers-based genetics, are at the base of the connection between ADHD and creativity. The aim of this study is to explore whether the ADHD children are more creative and obtain better results in the divergent tasks traditionally considered as measures of creativity regarding children control. Method: The sample comprised 68 children, aged 8 to 13 years. A group of 34 children diagnosed with ADHD (M age 10.5, SD = 1.6) was compared to a control group of 34 without ADHD (M age = 10.8, SD = 1.7). None were under pharmacological treatment. The children were assessed using the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking Figurative (TTCT). Results: ADHD children showed better results in some areas of creativity, showing higher scores in Fluency, with a greater number of responses, Originality, with a greater number of unusual or unconventional responses, together with higher scores in Creative strengths, which include measures for movement or action, emotional expressiveness, story-telling articulateness, unusual visualization, humor or fantasy. Partial η2 effect sizes ranged from 0.19 to 0.34. As a consequence of those partial superior resultados, the ADHD children show a higher global creativity index than the control group. Conclusions: Our results suggest that children diagnosed with ADHD are more creative, than typically developing children, not in all evaluated areas but in some of them. This finding could provide guidance for the use of more effective assessments and interventions to promote this positive quality in children with ADHD.
Life originated during accelerating expansion in the multiverse
Pedro F. Gonzalez-Diaz
Physics , 2009,
Abstract: It is argued that all notions associated with the origin of life should be related with the participatory anthropic principle of Wheeler and must be extended into the realm of the multiverse. Also discussed is the notion that life can only be possible in a given universe during a finite period along which such a universe expands in an accelerated fashion. We advance finally the idea that life, cosmic accelerated expansion and quantum theory are nothing but three distinct faces from a single, unique coin which describes the physical reality.
Quantum State and Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking in Gravity
Pedro F. Gonzalez-Diaz
Physics , 1993, DOI: 10.1142/S0218271894000265
Abstract: A spontaneous symmetry breaking mechanism is used in quantum gravity to obtain a convergent positive definite density-matrix as the most general quantum state of Euclidean wormholes
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