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• #### The effect of process conditions on coal pyrolysis and char reactivity ﻿

(1994)
The effect of process conditions on coal pyrolysis and char reactivity is systematically studied using the thermogravimetric reactor equipped with in-situ video microscopy imaging (TGA/VMI). This system provides a complete ...

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• #### The Effect of Response Modality on Task Performance When Using an Interactive Voice Response System for Older and Younger Adults ﻿

(2013-04-18)
The purpose of this experiment was to gain a greater understanding of how set- level compatibility affects task performance of older adults while using an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) System. Set-level compatibility ...
• #### The effect of resuspension of estuarine sediments on the biodegradation of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons ﻿

(1995)
Polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are a class of contaminants commonly found in bottom sediments near highly industrialized areas. Resuspension of these sediments can make these contaminants more available for ...
• #### The effect of secondary tasks and stimulus type on ratings of telephone hold workload ﻿

(2011)
Auditory progress bars (APBs) are aural stimuli designed to convey time progression. To investigate the relationship of APBs and workload ratings during a telephone holding context, two APBs were tested alongside ...
• #### The effect of shear on the thermal conductivity of non-Newtonian fluids ﻿

(1994)
This work considers the effect of shear on the thermal conductivity of non-Newtonian fluids. These fluids display a variation of viscosity as a function of shear rate, and this study determines whether the thermal conductivity ...
• #### The effect of simultaneous, controlled release of angiogenic and osteogenic growth factors on the enhancement of osteogenesis within craniofacial defects ﻿

(2008)
Successful translation of experimental therapeutics to the clinical setting will require development of challenging in vivo models which mimic oral and craniofacial wound healing environments, and can accurately assess a ...
• #### THE EFFECT OF STEADY AND OSCILLATORY SHEAR STRESS ON ENDOTHELIAL CELL FUNCTION ﻿

(1987)
It has become increasingly evident that hemodynamic shear stresses have an important role in both the normal physiology and the pathobiology of the vascular endothelium. In this study, the effects of physiological levels ...

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• #### The effect of synaptic plasticity on spatial representation and navigation ﻿

(2009)
Synaptic plasticity, or the change in weight of the connections between cells, is a key mechanism underlying the brain's spatial representation and navigation functions. Experimentalists have shown that grid cells in the ...
• #### THE EFFECT OF THE DOES-NOT-APPLY RATING AND A COMPARISON OF ITEM- AND DIMENSION-LEVEL PAQ INTERRATER RELIABILITY: A MONTE CARLO STUDY (JOB ANALYSIS) ﻿

(1986)
Recent research with the PAQ that investigated the ability of job-naive raters to make PAQ ratings based on limited job information found average interrater reliabilities for item ratings in the .40 range (Jones, Main, ...
• #### THE EFFECT OF TIME PRESSURE AND DISPLAY FORMAT ON CUE UTILIZATION IN MULTIPLE CUE DECISION-MAKING ﻿

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It has been hypothesized that under time pressure decision makers increase the weight given to the most important information cues at the expense of other available relevant information. Three studies were performed to ...

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• #### The effect on risk perception of increasing the cognitive availability of accident scenarios ﻿

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Consistent biases in the perception of risk have been demonstrated by research. An imaging task was used in this study in an attempt to change those perceptions. The task consisted of sketching scenarios depicting an ...
• #### The effectiveness of multidimensional symbols in the display of complex multivariate data: Exploring the cognitive limitations ﻿

(1990)
Environments that involve the Command, Control and Communication of Information (C$\sp3$I), necessitate a special method of data display to insure that task relevant information is communicated effectively. The present ...
• #### THE EFFECTS OF A LARGE OSCILLATING FIELD IN MAGNETIC RESONANCE; A STUDY BY LOW FREQUENCY DOUBLE ELECTRON MUON RESONANCE ﻿

(1986)
There has been a considerable amount of investigation, both theoretical and experimental, of how spin systems behave in magnetic resonance when the applied dc field and the rf oscillating field have comparable amplitudes. ...