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  1. Jul 2021
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    1. How is a pseudoconsole different from a pseudoterminal ?

      I'm guessing that's just a Microsoftism to make it easier to search/find things that are specifically about Microsoft's flavor of pseudoterminal.

      I see they don't use the word "pseudoterminal" at all, but they do mention

      ConPTY, or the Windows PTY

      where PTY is another synonym/name for pseudoterminal. So I think we're safe in saying that this is talking about a pseudoterminal.

  4. Mar 2021
    1. "When walking in a group of three, there is bound to be someone I can learn from: There will be good qualities that I can imitate, and reflect on bad qualities that I can correct in myself."
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  6. Dec 2020
    1. The Difference Between Telehealth and Telemedicine: Learn How to Use These Terms Fluently

      The intersection of medicine and technology can be a confusing place. This article explains the difference between telehealth and telemedicine. After reading it, you’ll be able to fluently use these terms in your everyday and professional life

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    1. Sex difference in the computerized neurocognitive battery administered to the PNC. Mean (±SEM) of z‐scores for accuracy (top) and speed (bottom) for females (red bars) and males (blue bars) across the sample on each behavioral domain. ABF, abstraction and mental flexibility; ATT, attention; WM, working memory; VME, verbal memory; FME, face memory; SME, spatial memory; LAN, language reasoning; NVR, nonverbal reasoning; SPA, spatial processing; EID, emotion identification; EDI, emotion differentiation; AGE, age differentiation; MOT, motor speed; SM, sensorimotor speed.

      PNC'ye uygulanan bilgisayarlı nörobilişsel pildeki cinsiyet farkı. Her davranışsal alandaki örnekte kadınlar (kırmızı çubuklar) ve erkekler (mavi çubuklar) için doğruluk (üst) ve hız (alt) için z-puanlarının ortalaması (± SEM). ABF, soyutlama ve zihinsel esneklik; ATT, dikkat; WM, çalışma belleği; VME, sözel bellek; FME, yüz hafızası; KOBİ, uzamsal bellek; LAN, dil mantığı; NVR, sözsüz akıl yürütme; SPA, mekansal işleme; EID, duygu tanımlama; EDI, duygu farklılaşması; YAŞ, yaş farklılaşması; MOT, motor hızı; SM, sensorimotor hızı.

    2. Sex differences in neuropsychological performance. Mean (±SEM) is shown for males (blue) and females (red) on abstraction and mental flexibility (ABF), attention (ATT), verbal memory (VMEM), spatial memory (SMEM), language reasoning (LAN), spatial processing (SPA), sensory function (SEN), and motor speed (MOT).

      Nöropsikolojik performansta cinsiyet farklılıkları. Erkek (mavi) ve kadınlar (kırmızı) için soyutlama ve zihinsel esneklik (ABF), dikkat (ATT), sözlü bellek (VMEM), uzamsal bellek (SMEM), dil muhakemesi (LAN), uzamsal olarak ortalama (± SEM) gösterilir işleme (SPA), duyusal fonksiyon (SEN) ve motor hızı (MOT).

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  15. Oct 2019
    1. Younger consumers have become information hunters and gatherers, taking pleasure in tracking down character backgrounds and plot points and making connections between different texts within the same franchise

      This is actually a really good point about the apparent new phenomenon with our generation. The previous generation wasn't really interested in the background(s) of the characters, writers etc and how it tied in to other mediums or other shows in terms of similarities with plots etc. Nowadays, with the wide open access to info on the internet, fandoms have blossomed.

  16. May 2019
    1. get the Negroes to forgive the people the people who have brutalized them for four hundred years,


    2. Martin Luther King can continue to teach the Negroes to be defenseless

      MLKs way in the eyes of Malcom X

    3. black people–we should have the right to defend ourselves

      they should use their rights which are technically the same as whites

    4. movement preaches violence
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    1. alid or invalid on a priori ground*y Thus, de-pending on the problem, the laboratory may bean altogether appropriate setting for an investiga-tion and certain real-life environments may behighly inappropriate. Suppose, for example, oneis interested in studying the interaction betweenmother and child when the child is placed in astrange and unfamiliar situation. Clearly the lab-oratory approximates this condition far better thanthe home. Conversely, if the focus of inquiry isthe modal pattern of parent-child activity pre-vailing in the family, observations confined to thelaboratory can be misleading. As I have docu-mented elsewhere in greater detail (Bronfenbren-ner, in press), patterns of parent-child interactionin the laboratory are substantially and systemati-cally different than those in the home. Specifi-cally, so far as young children are concerned, theresults indicate that the strangeness of the labora-tory situation tends to increase anxiety and othernegative feeling states and to decrease manifesta-tions of social competence (Lamb, 1976b; Ross,Kagan, Zelazo, & Kotelchuck, 1975; Lamb, Note3). Possibly in response to this reaction of thechild, parents tend to exhibit more positive inter-i actions toward their children in the laboratory' than in the home (Schlieper, 1975; Shalock, 1956;Belsky, Note 4). In addition, Lamb (1976b;Note 3) reported that the tendency of the infantat home to display more affiliative behaviors (e.g.,looking, smiling, reaching, vocalizing) toward thefather than the mother was reversed in the labora-tory. Moreover, consistent with the arguments ofSroufe (1970) and Tulkin (1972) that the lab-oratory is especially likely to be an anxiety-arous-ing situation for lower-class families, Lamb foundsocioeconomic differences in father-infant inter-action favoring the middle class in the laboratory,'whereas such differences had not been present inI the h o m e.Again, the fact that

      Since my Action Research is based on building relationships with the families from Room 3, I was interested to see the impact of laboratory research vs. home environment research. According to this paragraph, it is hard to get a clear picture of parent-child relationship in either setting due to a number of factors. If I understand it correctly, however the laboratory environment is less optimal to infants, young children and families of lower socio-economic status. Increased anxiety was cited as a contributing factor. I believe that the Hawthorne Effect could contribute to the difference is how parents responded positively to their children in the laboratory versus at home. So far, of the homes I have visited this semester, there is not a significant amount of difference between how the children are interacted with at school, compared to how they are interacted with at home. It will be interesting to see, based on what I've read in this paper, if what I have experienced recently will be evident with all of the families. I also wonder, if age and familiarity are factors? I work with one-year-olds and they have all developed a secure relationship, over time, with me, unlike the people who conducted this research. Any thoughts from others, is greatly appreciated, regarding whether or not you too experience what the article says or what I have experienced.

  18. Apr 2019
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    1. ThisAdornianideaofthreadingtheHegelianneedle

      Repeat with a difference