Last edited by Tadal
Tuesday, October 13, 2020 | History

4 edition of Multivariate analysis of the walking behavior in institutional Down"s syndrome males found in the catalog.

Multivariate analysis of the walking behavior in institutional Down"s syndrome males

Multivariate analysis of the walking behavior in institutional Down"s syndrome males

  • 61 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gait in humans,
  • Down syndrome -- Physiological aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert Joseph James.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationix, 176 leaves
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13552224M
    OCLC/WorldCa2132154

      What roles do insulin sensitivity, insulin secretion, dyslipidemia, hypertension, obesity, and physical activity play in the incidence of the metabolic syndrome in nondiabetic adults? 1-Analysis of a First-Fill Adherence Program. Austin S, Witry, M, Polgreen, L, Jermeland B, University of : [email protected] Objectives: In Fall , a grocery store chain pharmacy in a midwestern college town, implemented a first fill phone call adherence program. The program was designed to prospectively identify drug therapy problems in order to help patients stay.

    walking patterns in toddlers, preadolescents and older adults with Down syndrome (DS) and typical development (TD). Participants walked on a treadmill at preferred, faster and. a disorder resulting from exposure to a major stressor with symptoms of anxiety, dissociation, recurring nightmares, sleep disturbances, problems in concentration, and moments in which people seem to "relive" the event in dreams and flashbacks for as long as 1 month following the event.

    Full text of "ERIC ED The Effect of the Man-Made Environment on Health and Behavior." See other formats. Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Single-Subject Design Study knowledge of single subject research and applied behavior analysis, but your constant encouragement made this study possible. And, to Dr. Ellen Usher who also served on my Tau-U analysis data across all participants and tasks .. 80 Ta Non-targeted information Author: Matthew A. Cody Davis.


Share this book
You might also like
[Letters to Dr. Priestly, in answer to those he addressed to the Jews

[Letters to Dr. Priestly, in answer to those he addressed to the Jews

Behaving

Behaving

Indiana County, PA cemeteries

Indiana County, PA cemeteries

Investigation of sub-surfact structure in North York Township by seismic refraction method.

Investigation of sub-surfact structure in North York Township by seismic refraction method.

The history of the South African forces in France

The history of the South African forces in France

Picasso as a book artist.

Picasso as a book artist.

Foundations and Changing Practices in Extension

Foundations and Changing Practices in Extension

Navajo Shepherd and Weaver (Rio Grande Classic)

Navajo Shepherd and Weaver (Rio Grande Classic)

scrutable Oriental

scrutable Oriental

Irish theatre

Irish theatre

Beginner Activities

Beginner Activities

Model theory.

Model theory.

Molecular Biology of the Cell 3 The Problems Book Answer Manual

Molecular Biology of the Cell 3 The Problems Book Answer Manual

Conjunctions

Conjunctions

Platos method of dialectic

Platos method of dialectic

Multivariate analysis of the walking behavior in institutional Down"s syndrome males Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Multivariate analysis of the walking behavior in institutional Down's syndrome males. [Robert Joseph James]. In statistics, multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) is a procedure for comparing multivariate sample means.

As a multivariate procedure, it is used when there are two or more dependent variables, and is often followed by significance tests involving individual dependent variables separately. Such multivariate genetic analyses are usually more powerful than univariate genetic analyses (Schmitz, Cherny,&Fulker ), may aid in understanding underlying biological mechanisms, and may provide a faster route to gene-finding and elucidating environmental factors that influence a Cited by: Multivariate Behavior Genetic Analyses of Aggressive Behavior Subtypes Article (PDF Available) in Behavior Genetics 40(5) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

A practical guide for multivariate analysis of dichotomous outcomes. Lee J(1), Tan CS, Chia KS. Author information: (1)University of Hawaii, USA.

A dichotomous (2-category) outcome variable is often encountered in biomedical research, and Multiple Logistic Regression is Cited by: Studies Demonstrating the Effectiveness of Applied Behavior Analysis Methodology with Children with Down Syndrome Assessment and Treatment of Challenging Behavior Anderson, C.M., & Long, E.

Use of a structured descriptive assessment methodology to identify variables affecting problem behavior. Journal of AppliedFile Size: 25KB. There were no sex or race differences in the efficacy of exercise in treating the metabolic syndrome: % of men, % of women, % of black, and % of white participants with the.

The aim of this study was to assess the factors, including surgical portosystemic shunts, which affect survival in adults with Budd‐Chiari syndrome.

Multivariate retrospective analysis was performed using characteristics recorded at the time of diagnosis in patients admitted from toof whom 82 were treated with surgical Cited by: A multiple logistic regression analysis was performed to identify possible determinants of IR in adults with DS.

All variables with a statistically significant difference between groups were selected for the final analysis, which included age, gender, BMI, waist-to-height ratio, abdominal fat percentage, TSH levels, and daily fruit and fiber Cited by: As revealed from Table 2 and Figure 1, Figure 2, Figure 3, Figure 4, the obtained results in the current study revealed significant differences when comparing the mean values of the measured gait parameters of DS group with the mean values of the obese group as well as the control en with DS showed a significant decrease in the measured gait parameters in comparison with the obese Cited by: 4.

Number: Policy. For Applied Behavior Analysis for Autism, see CPB - Autism Spectrum Disorders. Aetna considers Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) experimental and investigational for Down Syndrome in the absence of an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) co-morbidity because of insufficient evidence in the peer-reviewed literature.

ABSTRACT. Background: The behavioral susceptibility model proposes that inherited differences in traits such as appetite confer differential risk of weight gain and contribute to the heritability of weight.

Evidence that the FTO gene may influence weight partly through its effects on appetite supports this model, but testing the behavioral pathways for multiple genes with very small effects is Cited by: Multivariate analysis in thoracic research Multivariate analysis is based in observation and analysis of more than one statistical outcome variable at a time.

In design and analysis, the technique is used to perform trade studies across multiple dimensions while taking into account the effects of all variables on the responses of interest.

A computerized measure of 22 visual, attentional, perceptual, cognitive and psychomotor abilities and a structured road test were administered to elderly drivers age 62 and by: The Experiences of Teachers Teaching Children With Down Syndrome in the Early Years of Schooling iv Abstract This qualitative research examined teachers' experiences of teaching children with Down syndrome in the early years of schooling in general education classrooms.

Results: We propose using principal-component-based multivariate regression (PCBMR) to test for gene pleiotropy with comprehensive evaluation. This method generates one or more independent canonical variables based on the principal components of original traits and conducts a multivariate regression to test for association with these new variables.

Multivariate analysis: a generic term for any statistical technique used to analyze data from more than one variable Cite 2 mechanisms that can produce selection bias: 1. control selection bias. The metabolic syndrome is characterized by a cluster of several metabolic and cardiovascular risk factors such as abdominal obesity, insulin resistance, atherogenic dyslipidemia, and hypertension [1].

Although there are different definitions of the metabolic syndrome, the uniform pathophysiology of this syndrome is insulin resistance [2]. To examine the relationship between the metabolic syndrome and its components and gait speed among older U.S. men and women. Whether these associations are independent of physical activity was also explored.

Eight hundred and thirty-five men and women aged ≥50 years from the continuous National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey – were by:   OBJECTIVE: Adaptive behaviour in Down syndrome is described to increase until middle childhood and to begin to decline in adolescence, whereas significant deterioration in middle adulthood has been attributed to early onset of dementia.

Nevertheless, opinions diverge about when the slowing down of adaptive and cognitive abilities starts. Our aims were to describe the profile of adaptive Cited by:. The final sample for analysis consisted of 7 participants (3 males, 4 females) that were complete respondents for the variables of interest at Wave IV.

The participants ranged from years. Weighted and unweighted receiver operator characteristics (ROC) analyses were performed predicting metabolic syndrome from the WHtR.

Background Sex chromosomal aneuploidy is the most common disorder of sex chromosomes in humans, with an incidence of 1 in newborns. The addition of more than one extra X and/or Y chromosome to a normal male karyotype of 46,XY is less frequent and has its own distinctive behavioral profile.

This study is the first to investigate the effects of increasing number of extra Xs and Cited by: 5. The purpose of this research study is to determine which measures best capture cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk and type 2 diabetes (T2DM) risk in children and adolescents with Down syndrome (DS).

We hypothesize that DS is associated with worse cardiometabolic risk factors for a given body mass index compared to controls.