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Comparison of Working Memory in Hearing Loss and Normal Children
Mohammad Rezaei,Gohar Lotfi,Farzad Wiesi
Pajouhan Scientific Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Introduction: Hearing loss children may have problems in auditory-verbal memory due to impaired auditory input, but likely they have no deficit in visual-verbal memory because of intact visual input. In this study auditory-verbal and visual-verbal memory of sever to moderate (56-70 dB) hearing loss students in special schools compared with normal group.Materials and Methods: In this descriptive cross sectional study, hearing loss and normal children compared by means of working memory subtest of "reading and writing in elementary school students test".Results: The findings indicated that hearing impaired children on sound, word and sentence auditory-verbal memory were significantly weaker than the control group, but they had similar function in sound (reverse) auditory-verbal memory skill with their. Normal and hearing impaired group have similar performance in letter and picture visual-verbal memory.Conclusion: According to the results seems hearing impairment is the cause of poor performance in auditory working memory. Also children with hearing impairment have the same function in tasks based on visual processing to normal children, whereas, in tasks based on auditory processing are weaker than them.
Comparison of phonological awareness between children with cochlear implants and children with hearing aids
Farzad Weisi,Mohammad Rezaei,Gohar Lotfi,Ayub Valadbeigi
Pajouhan Scientific Journal , 2013,
Abstract: Introduction: Advanced phonological skills are important for the acquisition of reading skills. Children with hearing impairment have reading skills are weaker than others because of auditory inputs and due to the defect in phonological skills. The use of hearing aids and cochlear implants help to collect information on people who are hard of hearing.Material and Methods: This descriptive - analytic study was done on 12 children with cochlear implant and 12 children with hearing aids that was selected from second grades students of Tehran primary schools. Children's phonological performance was assessed by phonological subtests of Nama reading test and the data were analyzed using SPSS 16.Results: The results showed that the means of scores of children with cochlear implants in Rhyme task were significantly greater than the children with hearing aids (P=0.034). But in means of scores of Phone deletion and Nonword reading tasks were not significant different between two groups (P=0.919, P=0.670).Discussion: Cochlear implant with accessibility auditory inputs can facilitated the acquisition of phonological awareness skills in hearing loss children. But whereas the other language inputs such as sight and touch input helped to developing these skills, children with hearing aids too also can acquisition these skills.
Neuropathic hand pruritus
Gohar Amr
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2009,
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Toward a Revolutionary Emirati Poetics : Ghabesh's Beman Ya Buthayn Taluthin?
Saddik Gohar.
Nebula , 2008,
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Frontiers of Violence and Fear: A Study of Native American and Palestinian Intifada Poetry.”
Saddik Gohar
Nebula , 2005,
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Optimal regularity in the optimal switching problem
Gohar Aleksanyan
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: In this article we study the optimal regularity for solutions to the following weakly coupled system with interconnected obstacles \begin{equation*} \begin{cases} \min (-\Delta u^1+f^1, u^1-u^2+\psi^1)=0 \\ \min (-\Delta u^2+f^2, u^2-u^1+\psi^2)=0, \end{cases} \end{equation*} arising in the optimal switching problem with two modes. We derive the optimal $C^{1,1}$-regularity for the minimal solution under the assumption that the zero loop set $\mathscr{L}:= \{ \psi^1+\psi^2=0\}$ is the closure of its interior. This result is optimal and we provide a counterexample showing that the $C^{1,1}$-regularity does not hold without the assumption $\mathscr{L} = \overline{ \mathscr{L}^0} $.
Identification of Temporal Shifting Trends of Submarine Indus Canyon, Pakistan  [PDF]
Gohar Ali Mahar, Nayyer Alam Zaigham
Journal of Water Resource and Protection (JWARP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jwarp.2013.55052
Abstract:

Indus Canyon is one of the most prominent sub-aqueous features of the Indus Delta. Indus River, originating from the Manasarovour Lake, hosting at the foot of high Himalayan Mountains Glaciers, forms a huge delta after travelling more than 300 km at the north eastern coastline of the Arabian Sea. In view to assess the temporal geomorphic change associated with the Indus Canyon, a study has been carried out based on the bathymetric surveyed data compiled in 1895 and satellite data compiled in 1998. The result of the study shows distinct changes in the orientation of the Indus submarine Canyon. Moreover, significant erosional activities have also been identified, associated with the Canyon channel and the channel’s walls. Canyon’s head has shifted westward rotating about 22°. In addition, the chronological study of the water flow and sediment discharge of the Indus River shows a drastic decline in the flow of river water into the Indus Delta and the sea. This phenomenon appears to modify the fluvial as well as marine dynamics of Indus River consequently affecting the Indus Canyon on a significant scale.

Comprehensive Information System on Mobile Devices via Bluetooth Application Server  [PDF]
Abbas Ali Lotfi Neyestanak
iBusiness (IB) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/ib.2010.23039
Abstract: Advantage of cell phones and their rapid progress on facilities and applications, made a technical trend to develop software implementations for this kind of systems. On the other hand, Java package with some efficient tools and products made it quite desirable for producers in a wide range of applications. In this paper the Bluetooth technology has been studied and its defects and premiums and security threats are investigated and compared with other technologies. Finally a comprehensive information system is designed, simulated and implemented based on cell phone communications. This system actually utilizes the Bluetooth technology to send and receive variety of packets such as data, image, and sound between computer and cell phone. These transferred data are then processes at the either sides and the revealed data is presented to the user. Wide 100 meter coverage has been considered for this system utilizing advanced automatic traffic management routines.
The dialectics of homeland and identity: Reconstructing Africa in the poetry of Langston Hughes and Mohamed Al-Fayturi
S M Gohar
Tydskrif vir letterkunde , 2008,
Abstract: The article investigates the dialectics between homeland and identity in the poetry of the Sudanese poet, Mohamed Al-Fayturi and his literary master, Langston Hughes in order to underline their attitudes toward crucial issues integral to the African and African- American experience such as identity, racism, enslavement and colonisation. The article argues that – in Hughes's early poetry – Africa is depicted as the land of ancient civilisations in order to strengthen African-American feelings of ethnic pride during the Harlem Renaissance. This idealistic image of a pre-slavery, a pre-colonial Africa, argues the paper, disappears from the poetry of Hughes, after the Harlem Renaissance, to be replaced with a more realistic image of Africa under colonisation. The article also demonstrates that unlike Hughes, who attempts to romanticize Africa, Al-Fayturi rejects a romantic confrontation with the roots. Interrogating western colonial narratives about Africa, Al-Fayturi reconstructs pre-colonial African history in order to reveal the tragic consequences of colonisation and slavery upon the psyche of the African people. The article also points out that in their attempts to confront the oppressive powers which aim to erase the identity of their peoples, Hughes and Al-Fayturi explore areas of overlap drama between the turbulent experience of African-Americans and the catastrophic history of black Africans dismantling colonial narratives and erecting their own cultural mythology.
Empathy heals: Learn to walk a mile in their shoes…
Muneer Gohar Babar
International e-Journal of Science, Medicine & Education , 2011,
Abstract: Every year thousands of health care education studentsaround the globe embark on the journey to becomehealth professionals with idealism and enthusiasmfor curing disease and disability and improving theirpatients’ quality of life. Despite the intention of thefaculty to nurture these qualities, it is ironic that somestudies have reported a decline in humanitarianism,enthusiasm and idealism among students1. In recenttimes this predominant assumption has led to a beliefthat empathy must be taught to health professioneducation students. Yet it is not clear precisely whatempathy is, from a philosophical or sociological point ofview, or whether it can be taught.
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