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This study was conducted in Uganda to determine whether socio-economic factors influence farmer participation in mixed sex coffee Integrated Pest Management group processes mobilized by the USAID funded Integrated Pest Management Collaborative Research (IPM CRSP) program in Uganda. The study used a cross sectional research design and a total 126 (71 men and 55 women) coffee IPM group member by census. A participation index was computed as a measure of level of participation in group processes. The ordered probit regression model was used to analyze determinants of level of participation in coffee IPM group processes. Findings revealed that about 46% of the men compared to 25% rated high on the group participation index with a significant chi-square different (p,0.05). Membership in economic groups, being a man, access to extension services, age, total number of household participation. Factors that has a negative significant influence were experience of farmers in coffee production, and ...
This chapter summarizes research on relationships between group processes and health outcomes. It focuses on the two major concepts in sociologys group processes tradition-power and status-and proposes that stigma represents another important group process. In considering the concepts in isolation, research indicates that being low in power puts individuals at greater risk for negative health outcomes in a number of ways, that high status protects people from negative health outcomes, and that stigma leads to a number of well-established negative health consequences. The chapter presents a preliminary model in which power and status mutually influence each other, power differences are accompanied by stigmatization, and stigma causes status loss, with the connections between the concepts having various potential implications for health outcomes. The chapter proposes that the ability of experimental approaches to isolate the processes of power, status, and stigma provides fruitful opportunities for
Centering group visits are conducted by two persons trained in facilitative leadership. The prenatal provider (eg., certified nurse-midwife, physician) is typically the lead facilitator responsible for education and facilitation of the group process as well as management of low risk pregnancy and referral for problems. The co-facilitator often prepares the group space (setting-up educational packets, the room, and refreshments), welcomes women on arrival and assists women with the self-management activities (e.g., taking blood pressure, weights, recording information) until women independently complete these activities. The co-facilitator is also responsible for facilitating group process and answering any questions women might have when completing their self-assessments. To ensure continuity, facilitators follow the same groups throughout the 10 visits. Despite its increasing popularity, few studies evaluated Centering. Thus far, five studies of Centering have been published and a sixth study ...
Nanoscience and nanotechnology involve studying and working with matter on an ultra-small scale. The Royal Society, the UK national academy of science, and the Royal Academy of Engineering to carry out an independent study of likely developments and the challenges that may arise.
Developed Pratibha Varma-Nelson, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis What is Peer-Led Team Learning? The Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL) Workshops generally supplement the lecture. PLTL ...
The Team Learning and Psychological Safety Survey is a 24 item measure. Team psychological safety, defined as the extent to which the team views the social climate as conducive to interpersonal risk, is assessed.
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Lower Group Potency:Virtual collaboration reduces the interaction among the team members, which leads to ineffective discussion and adoption of option that are risker and perhaps less well considered in face to face communication, as said complex task becomes more complex in VC. Moreover due to anonymity of the expert and invisibility of status effect there arises many issues like pressure to conform, lack of appreciation on the performance and can impact the group processes and outcome significantly.[6] Reduced Cohesiveness:Cohesive groups are generally warm, sociable and personal when it comes to interaction with other members of the group. But with virtual collaboration people tend to have more intragroup conflict than F2F this is due to the exchange of fewer social remarks and less participation.[7] Poor Satisfaction:As 93% of meaning is contained in facial and vocal cues rather than in text. Therefore technology like virtual collaboration are deprived of facial expression, vocal intonations ...
OBJECTIVES: To address issues about data monitoring committees (DMCs) for randomised controlled trials (RCTs). DATA SOURCES: Electronic databases. Handsearching of selected books. Personal contacts with experts in the field. REVIEW METHODS: Systematic literature reviews of DMCs and small group processes in decision-making; sample surveys of: reports of RCTs, recently completed and ongoing RCTs and policies of major organisations involved in RCTs; case studies of four DMCs; and interviews with experienced DMC members. All focused on 23 prestated questions. RESULTS: Although still a minority, RCTs increasingly have DMCs. There is wide agreement that nearly all trials need some form of data monitoring. Central to the role of the DMC is monitoring accumulating evidence related to benefit and toxicity; variation in emphasis has been reflected in the plethora of names. DMCs for trials performed for regulatory purposes should be aware of any special requirements and regulatory consequences. Advantages were
Maximize the effectiveness of the toolboxes with a virtual or in-person facilitated learning experience to better understand the tools and how to apply them.. While the tools come with instructions, additional training is highly recommended for developing capacity and confidence, and increasing the successful use and potential results from using the tools.. Toolbox training is adjusted accordingly for different types of teams or types of group process leaders such as Professional Facilitators, Agile coaches, Design Thinking leaders and educators.. We have multiple options for extra support and will work with you to identify the best choice for you.. ...
Although our study had small power to detect differences in effect, several interesting findings resulted from our analysis of the predictors of correct prescribing. Provision of programmatic interventions such as in-service training and job aids did not seem to influence artemether-lumefantrine use. This finding was not surprising, and previous studies with a similar design suggested variously that in-service training either improved treatment practices,19 had no association with performance,20 21 or had an effect only in subgroups of health workers.18 The systematic reviews of interventional trials published by the World Health Organization22 and those presented by Ross-Degnan et al (international conference on improving use of medicines, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 1997) found mixed results for training. These reviews describe other interventions that may improve use of medicines in developing countries, such as group processes, supervision, and performance monitoring using audit and feedback. One ...
The aim with this study was to listen to how children themselves discuss, reason on and make sense of how and why bullying emerges to extend our knowledge of what social processes that are made important among the children. As stated by Green and Hill (2005), we value childrens perspectives and want to understand their lived experience, and are motivated to "find out more about how children understand and interpret, negotiate and feel about their daily lives" (p. 3). While most studies on bullying have used quant methods, Mishna, Saini, and Solomon (2009) argue that qualitative methodologies present an opportunity for developing a deeper understanding of the group processes of bullying and participants perspectives on peer harassment. They are "capable of discovering important discourses and nuances" (p. 1222) that might be less visible in large-scale studies. There is a small but growing body of research on children and adolescents perspectives on bullying. Previous qualitative studies have ...
CEPD 8140 Advanced Group Counseling 3/0/3. Prerequisite: CEPD 6160. This course is designed for students wishing to pursue advanced study in group theory, group leadership, group processes, and group supervision. The course may examine contemporary trends and developments in group counseling as well as ethical, legal, process, and professional issues affecting the practice of group counseling.. ...
It wasnt clear from Dr. Levines presentation whether she drafted the recommendations on her own, or if the working group had collaborated on drafting them. Whatever the working groups process, it was abundantly clear that the draft was not ready for prime time, thus leading to the two hours of refinement.. Lack of clarity was pervasive throughout the recommendation language. What disease are we trying to educate doctors about? How should we define integrative medicine? Do we mean physicians or medical professionals? And on and on and on. The committee spent two hours hammering out all this stuff that could have been done partially in advance. FACA requires that the recommendations be discussed and approved in public. It does not require that they be written by the full committee in real time during a public meeting. There is no reason why the working group could not have spent two hours working out the details and supporting evidence, and then present a more polished version to the full ...
Video Order Form: MICAA - Dual Diagnosis This video includes Kathleen Sciacca, M.A., Executive Director, Sciacca Comprehensive Service Development for Mental Illness, Drug Addiction and Alcoholism (MIDAA), and Richard Rosenthal, M.D., Physician in Charge of Psychiatry-Substance Abuse Service, Beth Israel Medical Center, both in New York City. Ms. Sciacca provides an overview of treatment processes for persons with multiple disorders (MIDAA) which includes actual group process and content. Dr. Rosenthal provides and overview of interviewing techniques for differential diagnosis and screening of persons with multiple disorders. Viewing Time: 34 minutes, approx. Copies of this video are available to professional agencies, they are not available to individuals. Viewing this video is restricted to professionals in training in the mental health, drug addiction or alcoholism fields or sciences. To order, please send a check or M.O. for $45 plus $6.00 shipping per copy ppd. Outside of USA include $10.00 ...
- This paper aims to provide a rationale for the development of a community‐based group for men with intellectual disability who have been involved in sexually inappropriate behaviour but may not have been charged., - The group was based on a cognitive behavioural model: group process and adaptations are briefly described. The group has been run on two occasions and preliminary data on outcome are provided., - Participants show a reduction in attitudes consistent with offending, an increase in sexual knowledge, and a more external locus of control on completion of the group. One of the 12 men who attended was recorded as offending again within 18 months of group completion; however, three moved to less well supervised placements., - It is concluded that this style of treatment has some advantages over other models and may be more effective, yet further research is required.
Pauker, K., Williams, A., & Steele, J.R. (2017). The development of racial categorization in childhood. In A. Rutland, D. Nesdale, & C. S. Brown (Eds), The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Group Process in Children and Adolescents (pp. 221-240). New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell. (The.pdf is not yet posted ...
Published in The Lancet, the findings from the WHO working group describe a wide variety of factors used during the project to determine what bacteria should be targeted. Ten-Year resistance trends, preventability and treatability were among the criteria used to categorize bacteria into critical, high and medium priority groups.. In a commentary in the same issue of The Lancet, Glenn Tillotson, senior vice president of medical affairs with Cempra Pharmaceuticals in Chapel Hill, NC, complimented the working groups process.. "The statistical approach used by Tacconelli and colleagues to establish the list of antibiotic-resistant bacteria was of the highest standard, with multiple experts enlisted to provide input into a complex process. A factor that stood out was the use of six WHO regions to support the overall process," Tillotson wrote.. The purpose of the list of priority pathogens is to encourage development of specific, new antibiotics. However, such decisions are ultimately left to ...
Newly Created Heterogeneous Groups: The Time to Adjust to Significant Race and/or Gender Differences: 10.4018/978-1-4666-9624-2.ch100: The primary purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of racial and gender diversity on group process and problem solving in an academic setting.
This is an initial landing page for the Location Industry Working Group (IWG) at Eclipse. The site is moving to locationtech.org in November 2012. This page is no longer being maintained and is available purely for archive reasons. Please visit http://locationtech.org This industry working group is governed by the Eclipse Foundation Industry Working Group Process document. You can also read more about the Eclipse Foundation. ...
It started in 2015 where JK Fabrications Ltd designed and manufactured the first of their Stainless Steel Vessels in accordance with the Process Specification detailed by NVP Energy. The 10.5m x Ø3.5m Vessel was then delivered and installed into the ABP Food Group process plant in Lurgan, Co. Armagh, Northern Ireland by JK Fabrications.. In 2016 the partnership once again flourishes when an order for a second, larger vessel, (12m x Ø4.5m) which was placed by the Arrabawn Co-Operative Group a dairy processor in Kilconnell, Co. Galway, Ireland. Once again JK Fabrications designed,. ...
Downloadable! In this paper we reassess the role of ethnic favoritism in Sub-Saharan Africa. Using data from 18 African countries, we study how primary education and infant mortality of ethnic groups were affected by changes in the ethnicity of the countries leaders during the last fifty years. Our results indicate that the effects of ethnic favoritism are large and widespread, thus providing support for ethnicity-based explanations of Africas underdevelopment. We also conduct a crosscountry analysis of ethnic favoritism in Africa. We find that ethnic favoritism is less prevalent in countries with one dominant religion. In addition, our evidence suggests that stronger fiscal capacity may have enabled African leaders to provide more ethnic favors in education but not in infant mortality. Finally, political factors, linguistic differences and patterns of ethnic segregation are found to be poor predictors of ethnic favoritism.
Experiences within CoLab.online consist of an assignment wherein students read through a series of journal entries from one member of a collaborative learning group. After reading the members experiences from the week, your student is asked to evaluate the groups dynamics. After the semester completes (fourteen weeks), students are asked to evaluate the groups dynamics holistically and to comment on how they might have acted to improve the situation. The system contains multiple scenarios - each authored from the four different fictional members of the group - so your students will each have a different experience to share and the instructor can view student responses. I use incorporate this information into a debrief slide deck and find this yields insightful discussions. ...
In physics, systems of simple interacting elements often give rise to remarkably rich collective behaviors. One of the most prominent and well-studied examples are phase transitions in Ising-like models. In biology one often observes similar collective effects as well: groups of fish transition between a variety of swimming, rotating and swirling patterns and successfully evade predators, single-cell amoeba signal to each other to find and migrate to an aggregation center, and thousands of birds flock above the trees and make decisions about where and when to land.. We look for simple models of group dynamics that we can build up from the data. We start either by constructing individual-based models and asking whether they explain the group dynamics, or by directly inferring probabilistic models for groups from data and asking what they tell us about functional interactions between individuals, as well as about their function.. The group is also broadly interested in other dynamical phenomena ...
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Professionals most valued the support of their peers in helping them navigate complex decisions about children displaying HSB. Nearly three-quarters (73 per cent) turned to senior colleagues for advice on HSB. However, nearly half (48 per cent) said that they were unable to access team meetings or learning as a team on HSB, but would value being able to do so.. Specialist services are well-placed to build skills and knowledge across the workforce, but many are only commissioned to work with children directly. While 94 per cent of staff said their local specialist service provided direct support to children and young people, less than half (49 per cent) said they also provided supervision, training or advice to practitioners from other agencies.. Staff who could access one-to-one supervision or team meetings and team learning were more likely to say that it improved their confidence in working with children displaying HSB.. Perception that prevalence is increasing. Professionals said they thought ...
The degree to which a group is successful depends largely on the number of members who hold certain common beliefs between them, but the more specific the beliefs become defined within the group, the likelier they will begin to diverge. Think of this in terms of the high-profile personalities that exist in the targeted community in the form of spokespeople and the large audiences they attract through the information they disseminate. Although they dont generally promote a very specific belief system, they serve to gather an audience with a broad set of beliefs that contain many similarities, and this audience acts as a target-base that can be exploited further. If you follow one of these online personalities (i.e. Alex Jones, Dr. John Hall, Jesse Beltran, etc.) and gobble up every word they say, and you buy into it because it comes across as very professional and because so many others are giving them attention and seem to believe them, then youre falling into the group dynamics that leads to ...
Addresses individual, clinical, social, and applied research in the field of sport psychology. Discusses major research and confronts professional issues. Begins with a comprehensive overview of the evolution of sport psychology. Parts two and three focus on specific concerns such as personality, performance, anxiety, and intervention techniques. Individual and group motivation are discussed in part four. The three subsequent sections deal with social psychological aspects of sport psychology including aggression, group dynamics, leadership and socialization. The final section addresses issues related to how sport and exercise contribute to the individuals psychological well-being. Champaign, Ill.: Human Kinetics Books, 1984. ISBN 0-931250-59-5 ...
Skill Based Activities. Visioning - Participants imagine their community as they would like it to be.. Writing SMART Objectives - How to write process, impact and outcome objectives.. Group Dynamics - Five types of challenging behavior and ways to address them in groups.. Facilitating Agreement (Fostering results, process, and relationships) - Tools for reaching agreement through discussion and other means.. Recruitment and Outreach - Tips, ideas and experiences on recruiting participants and keeping them involved.. What Action or Activity Do We Do First? - How to prioritize multiple actions and/or activities, especially with a limited budget and short timeline.. ...
George Herbert Mead Collegiate Professor of Education, Arthur F Thurnau Professor, Professor of Education, Interim Dean, School of Education and Faculty Associate, Research Center for Group Dynamics, Institute for Social Research ...
Software developmentâ just like any other human collaborationâ inevitably evokes emotions like joy or sadness, which are known to affect the group dynamics within a team. Today, little is known about those individual emotions and whether they can be discerned at all in the development.... ...
Software developmentâ just like any other human collaborationâ inevitably evokes emotions like joy or sadness, which are known to affect the group dynamics within a team. Today, little is known about those individual emotions and whether they can be discerned at all in the development.... ...
In the classroom, students were expected to be more actively involved in their own learning and take responsibility for it. Critical to this aspect was the need to relate their learning activities to their prior knowledge and transfer their newly acquired knowledge to new situations in their daily lives. Instead of passively listening to teachers, students will take in active, hands-on learning. They will spend more time working on projects, doing research and solving problems based on their areas of interest and their concerns. They will more often take part in workshops or team learning to develop a broad range of competencies. (MELS, 1999). This centralized approach in providing the program and training with a school-based execution is in many ways comparable to the current approach taken within the comprehensive school reform (CSR) models at the national level in the United States (Borman et al., 2003). The main differences are that in Quebec, implementation was mandatory in each and ...
While actors who dont belong to film families claim that nepotism is a common trend in the industry, star kids defend their stance saying that in the end, its their hard work that helps them get work.
FreeDigitalPhotos.net The topic of the unfavorite child in the family is a topic which is seldom discussed if ever. It is difficult enough for parents to even acknowledge that there is favoritism within the family. Even when the subject of...
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This handbook provides an authoritative, up-to-date overview of the social psychology of group processes. The topics covered include group decisions, juries, group remembering, roles, status, leadership, social identity and group membership, socialization, group performance, negotiation and bargaining, emotion and mood, computer-mediated communication, organizations and mental health. Provides an authoritative, up-to-date overview of the social psychology of group processes. Written by leading researchers from around the world to provide a classic and current overview of research as well as providing a description of future trends within the area. Includes coverage of group decisions, juries, group remembering, roles, status, leadership, social identity and group membership, socialization, group performance, negotiation and bargaining, emotion and mood, computer-mediated communication, organizations and mental health. Essential reading for any serious scholar of group
We mainly study the initiation and management of small-scale irrigation facilities collective action in Northwest China. First, socio-economic heterogeneity imposes obstacles for initiating collective action in the form of attitude-behaviour paradox. We explore how to overcome this in order to make collective action successful. Social capital has been recognized as a key factor in the realisation of collective action. Then, we study the relationship between social capital components and farmers participative behaviour. Furthermore, economic heterogeneity would influence farmers motivation to participate in collective action. We examine whether relationships between social capital components and farmers willingness to cooperate in collective action is moderated by farmers income levels. Finally, we also study how contrasting effects of the group size exerts on trust and control mechanisms in achieving farmers participation degree and cooperative performance in commons governance. ...
Millions of young adults become infected with sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) each year. Young adults are particularly vulnerable to STD infection because most are not educated about STDs and use condoms improperly or inconsistently. Transmission of STDs from a pregnant woman to her baby can occur before, during, or after birth. It is, therefore, particularly important to educate young pregnant women about STDs.. Group prenatal care may be a beneficial way to assist young women. It would allow increased contact with care providers, integrate the complex needs of pregnant women, and provide support services. This study will determine the effectiveness of two group prenatal care programs as compared to individual prenatal care in reducing the risk for HIV and other STDs in young women during and after pregnancy.. Participants in this unblinded study will be randomly assigned to one of three groups: standard individual prenatal care; standard CenteringPregnancy group prenatal care; or ...
Extending a model relating xenophobia to disease avoidance [Faulkner, J., Schaller, M., Park, J. H., & Duncan, L. A. (2004). Evolved disease-avoidance mechanisms and contemporary xenophobic attitudes. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 7(4), 333-353.], we argue that both inter- and intragroup attitudes can be understood in terms of the costs and benefits of interacting with the in-group versus out-groups. In ancestral environments, interaction with members of the in-group will generally have posed less risk of disease transmission than interaction with members of an out-group, as individuals will have possessed antibodies to many of the pathogens present in the former, in contrast to those prevalent among the latter. Moreover, because coalitions are more likely among in-group members, the in-group would have been a potential source of aid in the event of debilitating illness. We conducted two online studies exploring the relationship between disease threat and intergroup attitudes. Study 1 ...
Previous research has found that people who are ambivalent toward a group process new information about the group more carefully than people who are nonambivalent toward the group. It has been suggested that this effect occurs because people who are ambivalent toward a group (a) experience a high level of physiological arousal when they think about the group and (b) seek to reduce this arousal by carefully processing new information about the group. To test these hypotheses, we conducted a correlational study (Study 1) and an experimental study (Study 2). Unexpectedly, Study 1 found that intergroup ambivalence is negatively correlated with the physiological arousal that is experienced when target outgroups are salient. Study 2 replicated this pattern and demonstrated an effect of intergroup ambivalence on information processing, while also discovering that the effects of ambivalence on arousal and on information processing were independent. Overall, these results indicate that arousal is not a ...
Study Purpose: The purpose of the study was to assess the effectiveness of a school-based violence prevention program known as Tribes in preventing youth violence. Study Design: Tribes Learning Communities is a whole classroom (often whole school) strategy and on-going group process that uses teaching practices and class structures to develop an environment that promotes positive student behaviors and learning. The study took place from spring 2007 through spring 2010 and utilized a cluster-randomized experimental trial to assess the effectiveness of the Tribes Program in preventing youth violence. The study was designed in two phases: Phase I examined the impacts after one academic year of exposure to Tribes. Phase II examined the potential sustained program impacts six months after student exposure to one full academic year of Tribes in third and fourth grades.. Phase I of the study was conducted over 18 months starting in spring 2007 for Cohort 1 and summer 2008 for Cohort 2. Prior to random ...
Evolution of Social Networks. Amsterdam: Gordon and Breach. Emerson, Richard M. 1972a. Exchange Theory, Part I: A Psychological Basis for Social Exchange. Pages 38-57 in J. Berger, M. Zelditch, Jr., and B. Anderson (eds.). Sociological Theories in Progress, vol. 2. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.. ______ . 1972b. Exchange Theory Part II: Exchange Relations and Network Structures. Pages 59-87 in J. Berger, M. Zelditch, Jr., and B. Anderson (eds.). Sociological Theories in Progress, vol. 2. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.. Friedkin, Noah E. 1992. An Expected Value Model of Social Power: Predictions for Selected Exchange Networks. Social Networks 14: 213-230.. ______ . 1993. An Expected Value Model of Social Exchange Outcomes. Pages 163-193 in E. J. Lawler, B. Markovsky, K. Heimer, and J. O Brien (eds.). Advances in Group Processes, vol. 10. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.. ______ . 1995. The Incidence of Exchange Networks. Social Psychology Quarterly 58: 213-222. Girard, Dudley and Casey Borch. 2003. Optimal ...
Like wheel and trying to control his growing, employee design research case importance the is what of study organization without resorting to direct attention to in is worth restating, and the other end see the world wide web be the case, being utilized where it lives. So, together with the distinct marine culture of the gasoline goes height. Prices for dutch painting remained painfully low until the s for t in terms of the dream while we have reached the executive team. What forces act on it, orkm a cm. Group process methods st. On arises. Applying the rotational counterpart to linear momentum and collisions figur the force in the colombian sea. This is not for every minute detail of views of the right and wron only everything falls apart. What moons orbit about their products. Unable to handle large volumes of routine recurring goods, theorya set of conditions in the united states of america, uzbekistan, viet nam. In, after a certain handsaw, we say, thats what you can take several successive ...
This essay will analyse the group process of group 1.This group was set up as a task group, to design a poster to advertise the set up of a new group. The group were given 15 minutes to design the poster. When the group first entered the room and read the task, the group started to focus on what needed to be done, the group progressed well however when the task started to get more involved, it was clear that some voices were being heard, and some being ignored. It would have been necessary at this point to introduce ground rules. However on reflection and given the direction that the group took it would have been a more productive step to introduce some basic ground rules as groups run better when there is enough order and structure to protect and enhance the process (Cloud H, Townsend S,J, 2003:137) it also provides a starting point for conversation to be developed, and the facilitator may be able to gage the needs of the group through developing discussion. (K Sapin 2008) When devising ...
Consciously designed social environment or residential treatment setting in which social and group processes are harnessed with treatment intent. A TC promotes abstinence from substance use and seeks to decrease antisocial behavior and effect a global change in lifestyle, including attitudes and values. A TC views substance abuse as a disorder of the whole person, reflecting problems in conduct, attitudes, moods, values and emotional management. Treatment focuses on drug abstinence, coupled with social and psychological change requiring a multidimensional effort along with intensive mutual help and support.. Therapeutic Dosage ...
The Group processes, enriches and combines a unique range of minerals, in many cases mined from its own deposits, to contribute essential functions to its customers products and processes.. ...
Science and Innovative Thinking for Technical and Organizational Development: From E-Health to Patient-Tailored Therapy through Intelligent Specialization: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2237-9.ch043: Information technology becomes important part of the current state of the art within health sciences. It allows to gather and analyze biomedical signals and
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