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O valor da informática educacional para a melhora do desenvolvimento lógico-matemático de crian as
Heron Beresford,Aline Silvestre Rosa,Thaís Silvestre Rosa,Fabrício Bruno Cardoso
Meta : Avalia??o , 2010,
Abstract: O objetivo deste estudo foi desenvolver uma avalia o acerca da eficácia da ludoergomotricidade em um programa de informática educacional junto com o treinamento de estimula o cortical, voltada para intervir na n o manuten o de um estado de aten o e concentra o prolongado, de 25 crian as com idade entre 5 e 7 anos ao realizarem tarefas de natureza lógico-matemática. Para avaliar o efeito causado pela interven o, as crian as foram avaliadas no momento inicial, durante e após a interven o, pelo Teste Gestáltico Visomotor de Bender. Os resultados obtidos neste estudo recebram tratamento estatístico a partir da análise de variancia, que foi efetivada sobre os resultados nos instantes que indicaram um F = 116.29 e P=0.01.
Aline Rosa,Thaís Silvestre,Fabrício Bruno Cardoso,Heron Beresford
Ulbra e Movimento : Revista de Educa??o Física , 2010,
Abstract: Introduction: Attention has an important role in the daily life of each individual, because, through it interact with the environment responding to stimuli applied in the midst, besides assisting in the organization of mental processes. Objective: The present article was to evaluate the correlation between the state of care in the performance of children aged 5-7 years, to meet a logical-mathematical task. Methodology: This research is used the method of evaluation of a context that allowed us to elaborate a descriptivestudy about the phenomenon studied, strategies have been used as the Test of Mental Processing and visual and motor gestalt test Bender - B-SPG.Conclusion: We conclude that there is a correlation between two variablesspecified, ie, attention and performance to meet a logical-mathematical task,and also the difficulty that this type of task is due in part to the low attentionspan and small concentrations.
Gabriel da Silva de Freitas Alves,Alisson Padilha de Lima,Fabrício Bruno Cardoso
Brazilian Journal of Biomotricity , 2012,
Abstract: ALVES, G. S. F.; LIMA, A. P.; CARDOSO, F. B. Avalia o da auto eficácia metacognitiva de atletas de futebol do estado de Rond nia. Brazilian Journal of Biomotricity. v. 6, n. 2, p. 77-83, 2012. This study aimed to evaluate whether soccer players aged between 17 and 18, are perceived as subjects metacognitive, that is, thinking subjects in their daily practice, or more precisely, in the ambience of the game. To achieve the objective of this study was used as the methodological strategy of Self-Efficacy Questionnaire for Athletes Metacognitive – QAEMA, contained in a frame with 19 closed questions and for each of three areas related to their responses. For each answer the research subject should respond via codes (never, sometimes or always). Through the results, we can realize that none of the athletes achieved a result consistent with the highest degree of EMEA, 10% (3) of the athletes had their results between 28 and 36 points, ie showed a high BSE, is also 10% (3) of the athletes who presented results with an average AEM, 43, 33% (13) of the athletes had their results consistent with the low level of BSE and finally realizes that 36.66% (11) of the athletes had a very low BSE. Thus, the present study to conclude that athletes evaluated here showed a low level metacognitive which may influence the poor performance of these competitions to be played.
Alisson Padilha de Lima,Glauber Bedini de Jesus,Fabrício Bruno Cardoso,Iris Lima e Silva
Brazilian Journal of Biomotricity , 2011,
Abstract: LIMA, A. P.; JESUS, G. P., CARDOSO, F. B.; SILVA, I. L.; BERESFORD, H. Uma avalia o da eficácia de um programa neuromotor de exercícios físicos para idosos. Brazilian Journal of Biomotricity, v. 5, n. 1, p. 26-33, 2011. Aging process is characterized by organic alterations, due to individual’s life style. The present study had the objective to evaluate the efficacy of a program of neuro-motor physical exercises focused to elderly with impairments in physical attributes of agility and dynamic balance. The research consisted in a experimental study with pre- and post-interventions (pretest and posttest) and control group. Sampling was made with 100 elders, with ages varying from 75 to 80 years, in two groups, control group (CG) and experimental group (EG), which were submitted to 40 sessions with 50 minutes, corresponding to a total of thirteen and one half weeks, with a periodicity of three times a week, performing the program of neuro-motor physical exercises; as an assessment strategy, it was used the protocol of balance and agility proposed by Rikli and Jones (2008), called “Foot Up and Go”. After the intervention period, a significant difference was observed between the groups, and experimental group was better, since analysis of variance to F (Post-EG vs Post-CG) = 18,29, showing p=0,02. Tukey′s test was used to diminish doubts about the relationship of significance of the analysis, showing that this significance is related with both comparisons done, and the difference among the averages of 1.30 second is statistically relevant, since Q=6.04 and p=0.01, what demonstrates that performance improvement of the members of experimental group occurred due to the efficacy of the program of neuro-motor exercises, thus proving its importance to physical fitness on elderly evaluated.
Uma avalia??o da eficácia da estimula??o rítmico-sonora voltada para idosas
Beresford, Heron;Benvenuto, Mira Célia;Mota, Renata de Sousa;Silva, Iris Lima e;Cardoso, Fabrício Bruno;
Revista Brasileira de Geriatria e Gerontologia , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1809-98232011000100007
Abstract: objective: to evaluate the effectiveness of the rhythmic sound stimulation with focus on ludoergomotricity directed on 30 elderly women who have difficulties in performing skills in terms of coordination and speed, some body movements, synchronized to rhythmic sound stimulus. methodology: this study was developed in a format or experimental design, with an evaluation before (pretest) and after (postest) an assessment, on 30 elderly women aged between 60-65 years, using the test pattern rhythm (tpr), whose goal is to evaluate the perceptual-motor associated with the rhythmic pattern noise. results and conclusions: after 32 sessions of intervention which lasted 45 minutes, the analysis of variance used in this study revealed significant differences between pre x post-tests f = 3.04 and p = 0.021. there improves the performance of body movements, synchronized, rhythmic sound stimuli of study participants.
Kênia Felipe de Godoi Jesus,Glauber Lameira de Oliveira,Talita Ad?o Perini,Fabrício Bruno Cardoso
Ulbra e Movimento : Revista de Educa??o Física , 2010,
Abstract: This study aimed to assess satisfaction with body image in adolescents in the state of Rondonia, aged 12 (twelve) and 18 (eighteen) years and belonging to the public schools ofthe city of Ji- Parana. The adolescent participants were submitted to the questionnaires BSQ (Body Shape Questionnaire) and the EAT-26 (Eating Attitudes Test) and anthropometric measurements through the standardization of ISAK, in order to obtain their Body Mass Index(BMI). Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, expressed as percentage using the Excel 2007 program. The second study revealed the analysis of the BSQ presence of excessive preoccupation with the body in both groups but more prevalent among female adolescents. In the analysis of the EAT-26 was also possible to detect the presence of eating disorders among adolescents of both genders, with lower prevalence in males. When made a comparative analysis of positive results in two simultaneous instruments applied to the BMI,it can be seen that the indices fall within the normal limits, yet we found dissatisfaction in most adolescents evaluated in this study, it can be inferred that the concern is through a purelyaesthetic.
Cell proliferation and apoptosis in ameloblastomas and keratocystic odontogenic tumors
Amaral, Fabrício Rezende;Mateus, Gláucia Cardoso Paix?o;Bonisson, Lucas Alves;Andrade, Bruno Augusto Benevenuto de;Mesquita, Ricardo Alves;Horta, Martinho Campolina Rebello;Marigo, Helenice de Andrade;
Brazilian Dental Journal , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-64402012000200001
Abstract: a high proliferative activity of the odontogenic epithelium in ameloblastoma (am) and keratocystic odontogenic tumor (kot) has been demonstrated. however, no previous study has simultaneously evaluated cell proliferation and apoptotic indexes in am and kot, comparing both lesions. the aim of this study was to assess and compare cell proliferation and apoptotic rates between these two tumors. specimens of 11 solid am and 11 sporadic kot were evaluated. the proliferation index (pi) was assessed by immunohistochemical detection of ki-67 and the apoptotic index (ai) by methyl green-pyronine and in situ dna nick end-labelling methods. kot presented a higher pi than am (p<0.05). no statistically significant difference was found in the ai between am and kot. pi and ai were higher in the peripheral cells of am and respectively in the suprabasal and superficial layers of kot. in conclusion, kot showed a higher cell proliferation than am and the ai was similar between these tumors. these findings reinforce the classification of kot as an odontogenic tumor and should contribute to its aggressive clinical behavior.
Avalia??o da rela??o entre o déficit de aten??o e o desempenho grafo-motor em estudantes com Síndrome de Down
Macêdo, Luciel;Lima, Iris;Cardoso, Fabrício;Beresford, Heron;
Revista Brasileira de Educa??o Especial , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-65382009000300007
Abstract: this study aimed to evaluate the relationship between attention-deficit disorder and the development of graphomotor skills in language acquisition processes related to reading and writing readiness skills. the participants of the study were five students with down syndrome, both sexes, aged 17-21, enrolled at presidente costa e silva school, belém-pa. the working methodology was a contextual evaluation within a descriptive and correlational study framework. as a methodological strategy, two tests were performed: a mental concentration processing test aimed to evaluate the reaction time to an input stimulus and a graphomotor developmental test was designed to analyze the variables involved in the development of the graphomotor skills. the results indicated that there was a strict relationship between rt (reaction time) and the scores on the graphomotor tests. a low rt implied a low score on the graphomotor developmental test while a high rt implied a high score on the graphomotor developmental test.
The H-index Paradox: Your Coauthors Have a Higher H-index than You Do
Fabrício Benevenuto,Alberto H. F. Laender,Bruno L. Alves
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: One interesting phenomenon that emerges from the typical structure of social networks is the friendship paradox. It states that your friends have on average more friends than you do. Recent efforts have explored variations of it, with numerous implications for the dynamics of social networks. However, the friendship paradox and its variations consider only the topological structure of the networks and neglect many other characteristics that are correlated with node degree. In this article, we take the case of scientific collaborations to investigate whether a similar paradox also arises in terms of a researcher's scientific productivity as measured by her H-index. The H-index is a widely used metric in academia to capture both the quality and the quantity of a researcher's scientific output. It is likely that a researcher may use her coauthors' H-indexes as a way to infer whether her own H-index is adequate in her research area. Nevertheless, in this article, we show that the average H-index of a researcher's coauthors is usually higher than her own H-index. We present empirical evidence of this paradox and discuss some of its potential consequences.
Temperature and curing time affect composite sorption and solubility
Fabrício Luscino Alves de Castro,Bruno Barbosa Campos,Kely Firmino Bruno,Rogério Vieira Reges
Journal of Applied Oral Science , 2013,
Abstract: Objective: This study evaluated the effect of temperature and curing time on composite sorption and solubility. Material and Methods: Seventy five specimens (8×2 mm) were prepared using a commercial composite resin (ICE, SDI). Three temperatures (10°C, 25°C and 60°C) and five curing times (5 s, 10 s, 20 s, 40 s and 60 s) were evaluated. The specimens were weighed on an analytical balance three times: A: before storage (M1); B: 7 days after storage (M2); C: 7 days after storage plus 1 day of drying (M3). The storage solution consisted of 75% alcohol/25% water. Sorption and solubility were calculated using these three weights and specimen dimensions. The data were analyzed using the Kruskal-Wallis and Mann-Whitney U Tests (α=5%). Results: The results showed that time, temperature and their interaction influenced the sorption and solubility of the composite (p<0.05). At 60°C, the composite sorption showed an inverse relationship with the curing time (p<0.05). The composite cured for 5 s showed higher sorption for the 40 s or 60 s curing times when compared with all temperatures (p<0.05). Curing times of 20 s and 40 s showed similar sorption data for all temperatures (p>0.05). The 60°C composite temperature led to lower values of sorption for all curing times when compared with the 10°C temperature (p<0.05). The same results were found when comparing 10°C and 25°C (p<0.05), except that the 20 s and 40 s curing times behaved similarly (p>0.05). Solubility was similar at 40 s and 60 s for all temperatures (p>0.05), but was higher at 10°C than at 60°C for all curing times (p<0.05). When the composite was cured at 25°C, similar solubility values were found when comparing the 5 s and 10 s or 20 s and 40 s curing times (p>0.05). Conclusions: In conclusion, higher temperatures or longer curing times led to lower sorption and solubility values for the composite tested; however, this trend was only significant in specific combinations of temperature and curing times.
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