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Morgan, Alexia - - 2010
Bycatch in U.S. fisheries has become an increasingly important issue to both fisheries managers and the public, owing to the wide range of marine resources that can be involved. From 2002 to 2006, the Commercial Shark Fishery Observer Program (CSFOP) and the Shark Bottom Longline Observer Program (SBLOP) collected data ...
Abbott-Jamieson, Susan - - 2010
The United States has managed and analyzed its marine fisheries since 1871, and since 1970 via NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS). As the primary directive moved from aiding fishermen in expanding their operations emphasizing conservation, the government over time recognized that management involves influencing people not fish, and has ...
Nance, James - - 2010
The potential for growth overfishing in the white shrimp, Litopenaeus setiferus, fishery of the northern Gulf of Mexico appears to have been of limited concern to Federal or state shrimp management entities, following the cataclysmic drop in white shrimp abundance in the 1940's. As expected from surplus production theory, a ...
Stanford, Rex - - 2010
Dalkvist, Jan - - 2010
Reanalyses of data from experiments on telepathic communication of emotions, as evoked by slide pictures, between groups of senders and groups of receivers are reported. In the present study, variability in performance rather than level of performance was in focus. Fits between variability in distributions of hits expected by chance ...
Dagnall, Neil - - 2010
The current study investigated the relationship between paranormal belief and cognitive-perceptual personality measures. Participants completed a questionnaire battery containing a paranormal belief measure, the Schizotypai Personality Questionnaire (SPQ-B), and the Revised Transliminality Scale (RTS). Scores on the SPQ-B and RTS were found to be positively correlated with overall paranormal belief. ...
Parker, Adrian - - 2010
From an evolutionary perspective, it may be advantageous not only to unconsciously react to emotionally threatening stimuli but also to habituate to these if they should prove harmless. A major purpose of the study was to test for the occurrence of this precognitive affective habituation at a subliminal level using ...
Neppe, Vernon - - 2010
An analysis of deja vu subtypes is done in accordance with Neppe's universally accepted operational definition of deja vu (any subjectively inappropriate impression of familiarity of the present experience with an undefined past), the 30 different circumstances for "deja experience" and the 50 postulated explanations for deja vu. Neppe hypothesized ...
Tart, Charles - - 2010
Rowland, Charles R., - - 2010
Zust, Barbara - - 2010
Pregnancy can be a source of both physical and emotional stress for the pregnant woman. Stress can greatly impact one's well-being by increasing blood pressure, reducing coping mechanisms, and ultimately threatening one's homeostasis. Anecdotal data indicates that urban and rural areas afford different sociocultural stress. There is a dearth of ...
Jackman, Deirdre - - 2010
Historically, in Canada, rural nurses provided health care that incorporated not only care of disease processes and acute illness but also care related to social and political aspects of need and advocacy. With the advent of urbanized, acute hospital care and the focus of disease and cure, the role of ...
Eisenhauer, Christine - - 2010
Rural, older adults experience marked disparity in access to quality health care when compared to their urban counterparts. One aspect of promoting health access to these individuals that has received little attention is rural cultural competence. Semi-structured interviews and review of cultural artifacts informed this case study of a rural, ...
Pribulick, Margaret - - 2010
Purpose To identify barriers encountered and solutions employed to improve research recruitment and retention of rural subjects for participation in the Promoting Heart Health in Rural Women (PHH) study.
Ennen, Kathleen - - 2010
Background and Research Objective Stroke, the third-leading cause of Americans' deaths, is often not recognized causing fatal or disabling delays in receiving effective, time-sensitive treatment. To understand the delay in seeking treatment, a sample of rural and non-rural adult residents were surveyed using the Stroke Recognition Questionnaire (SRQ) to assess ...
Pedro, Leli - - 2010
For the growing population of cancer survivors, an obvious conceptual framework to guide the inquiry of health related quality of life (HRQOL) in rural cancer survivors has not emerged. In this paper, Walker and Avant's theory derivation procedures are used to adapt Ashing-Giwa's Contextual Model of HRQOL, the parent Model, ...
Hughes, Judy - - 2010
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a recognized public health problem with direct physical and longerterm psychological health effects. Because of these recognized health impacts, women who have experienced IPV are likely to use health care services. Research suggests that women want to and will disclose that they have experienced IPV ...
Francis, Karen - - 2010
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