The
purpose of the present study was to learn the relationship among satisfaction
with life, family care degree, psychological dependency and subjective bias of senior
high school student. We are using the Life Satisfaction Scale (LSIB), Family
Care Scale (APGAR), Dependent Scale (Dy), Prejudice Scale (Pr), for 300 high
school students in the school randomly sampling survey. Life satisfaction was
investigated with the APGAR test, psychological dependence, prejudice
relationship personality. Through this study, we have drawn the following
results: 1) Life satisfaction was significantly positively correlated with the
degree of care to the family (r = 0.311, p < 0.01), and psychological
dependence (r = -0.399, p < 0.01), subjective bias
negative correlation (r = -0.328, p < 0.01). APGAR and
dependence (r = -0.147, p < 0.05), biased were negatively
correlated (r = -0.134, p < 0.05). Dependence and
prejudice were positive correlation (r= 0.661, p < 0.01); 2) as for high school
students of different gender within life satisfaction, family care degree,
dependency and prejudice score comparison, APGAR t test

The paper
elaborates the features and superiority of applying multimedia technology to
chemistry experiment instruction in details, and introduces the practical
application of multimedia technology in demonstration experiment. The
application of multimedia technology in chemistry experimental instruction has
its own features, namely enjoyment, great information capacity, sharing network,
easy operation and flexibility. The paper concludes the superiority of applying
multimedia technology to the chemistry experiment instruction from nine perspectives.
Meanwhile, the paper elaborates its disadvantages. Simulated experiments cannot
take place of real experiments. The relationship among teachers, students and
multimedia needs to be dealt with properly, and the multimedia courseware
should be scientific. Prospective forecast of multimedia technology in
chemistry experimental instruction is also demonstrated.

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OBJECTIVE: To analyze the distribution of traditional Chinese medicine constitution types in elderly patients with insomnia.METHODS: The epidemiological data were collected from communities in the Yangpu District, Shanghai via a cross-sectional field survey. The elderly participants were enrolled by using the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) scale and the TCM Constitution Questionnaire.RESULTS: (1)The distribution of imbalanced constitutions between the elderly with insomnia and normal subjects showed statistical difference (P＜0.01) and the elderly with insomnia tend to be of imbalanced constitutions. Among these unbalanced constitutions, deficient constitutions were more frequent than others in the elderly with insomnia, and yang-deficiency and qi-deficiency occurred mostly in unbalanced and simple constitutions. (2) Blood-stasis and qi-stagnation constitutions were more frequent in females than in males among the elderly with insomnia. Frequency of deficiency constitutions in the elderly increased as the age increases. (3) The frequency of composite constitutions was higher than that of simple constitutions in elderly patients with insomnia (74.8%), among which qi-deficiency was more likely to be composite with other constitutions.CONCLUSION: Identification and classification of traditional Chinese medicine constitution types will provide further information for devising projects with systematic intervention for insomnia management.

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We study the upper tail behaviors of the local times of the additive stable processes. Let $X_1(t),...,X_p(t)$ be independent, d-dimensional symmetric stable processes with stable index $0<\alpha\le 2$ and consider the additive stable process $\bar{X}(t_1,...,t_p)=X_1(t_1)+... +X_p(t_p)$. Under the condition $d<\alpha p$, we obtain a precise form of the large deviation principle for the local time \[\eta^x([0,t]^p)=\int_0^t...\int_0^t\delta_x\bigl(X_1(s_1)+... +X_p(s_p)\bigr) ds_1... ds_p\] of the multiparameter process $\bar{X}(t_1,...,t_p)$, and for its supremum norm $\sup_{x\in\mathbb{R}^d}\eta^x([0,t]^p)$. Our results apply to the law of the iterated logarithm and our approach is based on Fourier analysis, moment computation and time exponentiation.

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We study the upper tail behaviors of the local times of the additive L\'{e}vy processes and additive random walks. The limit forms we establish are the moderate deviations and the laws of the iterated logarithm for the L_2-norms of the local times and for the local times at a fixed site.

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Let $B_s$ be a $d$-dimensional Brownian motion and $\omega(dx)$ be an independent Poisson field on $\mathbb{R}^d$. The almost sure asymptotics for the logarithmic moment generating function [\log\math bb{E}_0\exp\biggl{\pm\theta\int_0^t\bar{V}(B_s) ds\biggr}\qquad (t\to\infty)] are investigated in connection with the renormalized Poisson potential of the form [\bar{V}(x)=\int_{\mathbb{R}^d}{\frac{1}{|y-x|^p}}[\omega(dy)-dy],\qquad x\in\mathbb{R}^d.] The investigation is motivated by some practical problems arising from the models of Brownian motion in random media and from the parabolic Anderson models.

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Let \alpha ([0,1]^p) denote the intersection local time of p independent d-dimensional Brownian motions running up to the time 1. Under the conditions p(d-2)

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In this paper we obtain the central limit theorems, moderate deviations and the laws of the iterated logarithm for the energy \[H_n=\sum_{1\le j

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Let S_1(n),...,S_p(n) be independent symmetric random walks in Z^d. We establish moderate deviations and law of the iterated logarithm for the intersection of the ranges #{S_1[0,n]\cap... \cap S_p[0,n]} in the case d=2, p\ge 2 and the case d=3, p=2.

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In this paper, we study the long-term asymptotics for the quenched moment \[\mathbb{E}_x\exp \biggl\{\int_0^tV(B_s)\,ds\biggr\}\] consisting of a $d$-dimensional Brownian motion $\{B_s;s\ge 0\}$ and a generalized Gaussian field $V$. The major progress made in this paper includes: Solution to an open problem posted by Carmona and Molchanov [Probab. Theory Related Fields 102 (1995) 433-453], the quenched laws for Brownian motions in Newtonian-type potentials and in the potentials driven by white noise or by fractional white noise.