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Efficacy of a group-based parenting program on stress and self-efficacy among Japanese mothers : A quasi-experimental study
Early child development and the impact of parenting on later life are of global concern.The rise in child abuse and maltreatment in Japan suggests that measures to increase self-efficacy and reduce stress would benefit ...
Neutron studies for advanced reactors at n-TOF (CERN)
The neutron time-of-flight facility n-TOF at CERN has been designed to produce cross-section data for neutron induced reactions in the neutron energy range from thermal to GeV. In the first ten years of operation, the ...
Artists as HRI pioneers : A creative approach to developing novel interactions for living with robots
In this article we present a long-term, continuous human-robot cohabitation experiment, which involved two professional artists, whose artistic work explores the boundary between science and society. The artists lived in ...
An efficient inter-site interference model for 4G wireless networks
Due to the large number of wireless cells that are required for accurately evaluating inter-site interference in cellular networks, computational resources often pose a considerable limitation. In this paper, a novel method ...
Source-assisting strategy for differential distributed space time block codes
In this paper, a source-assisting differential distributed space time block coding (SA-DDSTBC) scheme is proposed for cooperative networks. Firstly, in most existing works on distributed space time block coding (DSTBC), ...
Lakatos: An introduction
Lakatos: An Introduction provides a thorough overview of both Lakatos's thought and his place in twentieth century philosophy. It is an essential and insightful read for students and anyone interested in the philosophy of science.
The Green's function formalism as a bridge between single- and multi-compartmental modeling
Neurons are spatially extended structures that receive and process inputs on their dendrites. It is generally accepted that neuronal computations arise from the active integration of synaptic inputs along a dendrite between ...
Water use attitudes in the UK pharmaceutical industry
This paper presents the findings of a small-scale pilot study that sought to identify and explore attitudes toward water use in the pharmaceutical industry based in the United Kingdom. As a result of a series of in-depth ...
Reducing dose for digital cranial radiography : The increased source to the image-receptor distance approach
This investigation proposes that an increased source to the image-receptor distance (SID) technique can be used to optimize occipital frontal and lateral cranial radiographs acquired with direct digital radiography. Although ...
Introduction: Creating Shakespeare
Introduction to journal special issue on 'Creating Shakespeare'