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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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The meter, complexity of rhythms created by dotted rhythms, triplets and irregular accents manifest the spirit of Korean peasant dance and music.
Yes, the flamenco and tap rhythms can be quite similar, but the dynamic is almost contradictory: tap being light, quick, and airy, while flamenco is earth driven, and downward in emphasis.
Rhythms and EarthLink determined the technical and procedural requirements to make the transition as quick and convenient as possible for residential customers.
Indeed, some of these mice lost their circadian rhythms altogether (SN: 5/14/94, p.
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.
Experts in circadian rhythms say they're biological, emanating from an internal clock that dictates everything from when we sleep to when we're most productive at work.
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That suggested that retinoic acid could regulate circadian rhythms.