Terman


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(tûr′mən), Lewis Madison 1877-1956.
American psychologist who developed the intelligence quotient (IQ) as a measure of intelligence and created an English version of the tests used in the Binet-Simon scale.
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When Friedman and Martin began their research in 1991, they planned to spend six months examining predictors of health and longevity among the Terman participants.
In 1945, Frederick Terman became dean of engineering at Stanford.
Slated to occur March 13-15 in San Francisco, the event will begin with a keynote address by Steven Terman, principal attorney at Olsson Frank Weeda Terman Bode Matz PC, a Washington, D.
They include; Michael Landa, Acting Director of the FDA's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition; Bruce Silverglade, a principal with the Washington, DC law firm of Olsson Frank Weeda Terman Bode Matz PC; and Michael Taylor, FDA's Deputy Commissioner for Foods.
Clinics Basel), Benedetti (psychiatry and clinical neurosciences, San Raffaele Hospital, Milano), and Terman (clinical psychiatry, Columbia U.
Gary Baise has joined the law and lobbying firm of Olsson Frank Weeda Terman Bode Matz as a principal in the firm's agricultural practice.
In counseling our clients on this, initially some were puzzled as to whether employers were footing the bill," observes Mark Terman, partner in charge of the employment law practice group at Los Angeles law firm Reish Luftman Reicher & Cohen, which works with many large employers.
With an electrical engineering doctorate from MIT, Terman was a professor of engineering at Stanford in the 1930s, spent the Second World War directing the Harvard University Radio Research Lab, returned to Stanford after the war as its dean of engineering, and became the University's provost in the 1950s.
More recently, Terman (2005) identified differences in litter size between sows carrying different PRLR genotypes in favour of genotype AA.
Stanford engineering professor and provost Frederick Terman was the first to recognize the importance of keeping bright Stanford engineering graduates together in community and created a close, symbiotic relationship between the university and nearby technology companies in order to do just that.
Research conducted too recently to be included in Golden's review confirms that light therapy can effectively treat mood disorders, says psychologist Michael Terman of Columbia University.