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Ethical Issues in Nursing

• Katharine V Smith , Nelda S Godfrey examine nurses’ perceptions of what it means to be a good nurse and to do the right thing. • Participantsviewed ethical nursing as a complex

Publicservice:Experiencednurses’views ...

publicserviceandwhytheydidit.Participantsviewed public service as their responsibility as a professional nurse. S ocially engaged nurse citizens participate in public

. Face recognition isrelatively spared in W S,despite abnorm ...

Participantsviewed unique instances of768 gray-scale photographic images insixblocks foreach ofthe categories offaces(males and females ofvarious ages, races,facialexpressions, and views), objects(abstractsculptures),places (indoor and outdoor), and textures (created by randomly scramb lingobject ...

Interactive Video Training of Perceptual Decision-Making in ...

In these studies participantsviewed film/video clips of an opponent's action, such as a baseball pitch (Burroughs, 1984) or a tennis serve (Day, 1980; Haskins, 1965; Farrow et al., 1998; Scott, Scott, & Howe, 1998; Singer et al., 1994).

The Representation of Left-Right Orientation: A Dissociation ...

If left-right orientation is ignored by the perceptual matching process, we should find poor performance even after participantsviewed pennies. Methods Twenty-four people volunteered to participate in this experiment.