Torkildsen

Tor·kild·sen

(tor'kild-sĕn),
Arne, Norwegian neurosurgeon, 1899-1968 . See: Torkildsen shunt.
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Torkildsen and collaborators (2006) (12) investigated the effect of the semantic organization of long term memory for inconsistency answers from children aged 20 months old.
Tais como George Torkildsen (2005) "Leisure and Recreation Management' e Contemporary Geographies of Leisure, Tourism and Mobility (2002) de Michael Hall.
Haque RM, Torkildsen GL, Brubaker K, Zink RC, Kowalski RP, Mah FS, Pflugfelder SC.
It would be Coventry who opened the scoring though, as great play from the team allowed Christina Torkildsen through on goal, and the Coventry player didn't hesitate in putting it away.
Challenge tests were performed according to the method described by Torkildsen et al.
Thus, those who have CAD when they are younger tend to have subsequent increases in morbidity and mortality, whereas having a diagnosis of CAD later in life does not tend to be strongly linked to the development of other health conditions (Grytten Torkildsen, Lie, Aarseth, Nyland, & Myhr, 2008).
Peter Blute and Peter Torkildsen, both lost re-election bids in 1996.
6) Torkildsen O, Grytten N, Aarseth J, Myhr KM, Kampman MT.
A study by Storniark and Torkildsen (2004) already showed the relevance of including pictorial food stimuli in studying selective attentional processing in patients with eating disorders.
Recent studies (Arias-Trejo & Plunkett, 2009; Rama, Sirri, & Serres, 2013; Torkildsen, Syversen, Simonsen, Moen, & Lindgren, 2007) have reported on the formation of lexical relations in this same age range in English, French, and Norwegian.