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RHYTHMS

Psychology A 2 yr controlled effectiveness trial funded by Pfizer, which randomized 242 Pts receiving only anti-depressants to receive either usual care–control arm or written instructional material on depression and effective treatment
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Indeed, a typical description of rhythm refers to things such as regularity, repetition, expectations, and pattern.
Numerical counting is emphasized, however, and alternatives like word rhythms are not mentioned.
The nurse noticed changes in the patient's cardiac rhythm on telemetry, so she examined a 30-second strip of lead II from the telemetry's full disclosure software (below).
Developing a sensitivity to rhythms, our own, those of others, the rhythms of our immediate surroundings, and rhythms of the universe can help us be more in touch with more of what's going on.
Cutcher says it wasn't easy to adapt to the rhythms that are the lynchpin of Chamecki's choreography: the polka-like frevo and the complex melodies of choro (which means cry), as well as the more familiar samba and bossa nova.
Our bodies have rhythms of sleep, digestion, reproduction, even thinking.
Rhythm is the most perceptually salient dimension of language.
PASADENA - Hundreds of little bodies bounced to the rhythm of African drums Saturday morning at the Pasadena Symphony's free Musical Circus, held at the Civic Auditorium.
This molecular clasp affects genes that control circadian rhythms.
Rich mathematical content is inherent in African rhythms and embedded in drumming a given song.
Through his rich paintings, he bathes the soul and movement of jazz music--its rhythm, sound and heritage--with powerful color.
Blue Rhythms is a welcome exception to this principle.