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Neis·ser

(nī'sĕr),
Albert L.S., German physician, 1855-1916. See: Neisseria, Neisser coccus, Neisser syringe.

Neis·ser

(nī'sĕr),
Max, German bacteriologist, 1869-1938. See: Neisser stain.
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NBC Reporter Lisa Parker will emcee a presentation of live music and theater performances, student and artwork features, the Kate Neisser Award, and more.
[2] Orji NG, Badaroglu M, Barnes BM, Beitia C, Bunday BD, Celano U, Kline RJ, Neisser M, Obeng Y, Vladar AE (2018) Metrology for the next generation of semiconductor devices.
Al preguntar por el numero de veces que se hablo acerca del evento, implicitamente se asume que el intercambio social es un mecanismo de consolidacion del recuerdo y, ademas, como insinuan algunos autores (Bernsten, 2009; Neisser, 1982) lo transforma.
This question about one or several intelligences has remained as a polemic question in psychology (see Neisser et al., 1996).
Danielssen and Boeck in 1847 classified leprosy into three main clinical types as shown in (Box 2).1 Same authors in 1848 divided leprosy into nodular and anesthetic (Box 2).2 Hansen and Looft in 1895 divided it into tuberosa and maculoanesthetic types (Box 2).3 But, term nodular and maculoanesthetic were used by Kobner.4 Neisser in 1903 described the disease under three forms (Box 2).5 Darier used the term 'tuberculoid' in relation to leprosy.4
Section 3 will also feature Neisser's Analysis by Synthesis because of the revolution his 1967 book "Cognitive Psychology" created.
(2) However, Albert Neisser, who jointly discovered Mycobacterium leprae, also discovered the first human pathogenic example of meningococcus, N.
Inferential reasoning performance, measured in almost all intelligence tests, has explained some of the variability of school achievement performance, job performance, and knowledge of daily events (Beier & Ackerman, 2001; Gottfredson, 2002; 2006; Gottfredson & Deary, 2004; Kuncel, Hezlett & Ones, 2004; Neisser et al., 1996).
Syphilis is well known for its protean cutaneous manifestations, which led early clinicians to christen the disease "the great imitator." Lues maligna, or nodular-ulcerative syphilis, is a rare but severe manifestation of secondary syphilis first described by Bazin in 1859, with early systematic studies by Haslund and Neisser in the late 1800s (1, 2).
This guide illustrates how to apply Ulric Neisser's perceptual cycle model and the associated schema theory in aviation decision making in emergency situations, from the perspective of why the actions and assessments made sense at the time they were made.