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Rather than from a first-hand study of Jewish people, his delineation of Shylock stems from a collection of Italian stories, Il Pecorone, published in 1558, although written almost two centuries earlier.
Dr. Isaacs was so pleased with the quality of her biographical study of Sara Sullam that he considered submitting it to the Century Magazine or Harper's but he decided that its Jewish subject probably would not interest them and published it in The Messenger, `` so our readers will be benefited instead ''.
Although Miller noted in 1907 that a difference in the pleural blood supply existed between animals, nowhere in his published works is it found that he did a comparative study of the intrapulmonary features of various mammalian lungs other than in the dog and cat ( Miller, '13 ; ;
In the study published in the February 2007 print issue of Nature Neuroscience, researchers have found a part of the brain that behaves differently for altruistic and selfish people.
With Robert Morison ’ s 1672 Plantarum umbelilliferarum distribution nova it became the first group of plants for which a systematic study was published.
The exposition of these ideas, encouraged by Widor and Munch, became Schweitzer's next task, and appeared in the masterly study J. S. Bach: Le Musicien-Poète, written in French and published in 1905.
In 2001, Bruce Rothschild and others published a study examining evidence for stress fractures and tendon avulsions in theropod dinosaurs and the implications for their behavior.
In another study of ancient DNA published by the same authors in 2011, both the control and coding regions of mitochondrial DNA ( mtDNA ) recovered from Jomon skeletons excavated from the northernmost island of Japan, Hokkaido, were analyzed in detail, and 54 mtDNAs were confidently assigned to relevant haplogroups.
A 1997 study published by The Gerontological Society of America concluded that Alexander Technique instruction shows signs of helping to improve balance and increase functional reach in women over the age of 65.
In a small study published in 1995, the opioid buprenorphine was shown to have potential for treating severe, treatment-resistant depression.
Being himself without sufficient authority, he appealed in a number of letters, afterward published under the title of Minḥat Ḳenaot ( Jealousy Offering ), to Solomon ben Adret of Barcelona, the most influential rabbi of the time, to use his powerful authority to check the source of evil by hurling his anathema against both the study of philosophy and the allegorical interpretations of the Bible, which did away with all belief in miracles.
After this essay was circulated in samizdat and then published outside the Soviet Union ( initially on July 6, 1968, in the Dutch newspaper Het Parool through intermediary of the Dutch academic and writer Karel van het Reve, followed by The New York Times ), Sakharov was banned from all military-related research and returned to FIAN to study fundamental theoretical physics.
In 2005 the US government body NIMH published the results of a major independent ( not funded by the pharmaceutical companies ) multi-site, double-blind study ( the CATIE project ).
The first authoritative knowledge of the earliest ballroom dances was recorded toward the end of the 16th century, when Jehan Tabourot, under the pen name " Thoinot-Arbeau ", published in 1588 his Orchésographie, a study of late 16th-century French renaissance social dance.
It was at the Watkinson library that Whorf became friends with the young boy, John B. Carroll, who later went on to study psychology under B. F. Skinner, and who in 1956 edited and published a selection of Whorf's essays as Language, Thought and Reality.
A complete map was published in 2009 ( Flood, et al., 2009 ) using these previous results with high quality mapping obtained in 2006 ( by researchers at Memorial University, Newfoundland, Canada who are project partners in this study.
In 1963 Lorenz published a theoretical study of this effect in a well-known paper called Deterministic Nonperiodic Flow .< ref > Elsewhere he said
A longitudinal study published in February 2006 in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology showed a link between psychosocial stress and bacterial vaginosis independent of other risk factors.
In a recent academic study that was published in the Journal of Finance, Drexel University ’ s LeBow College of Business professors Jie Cai, Jacqueline Garner, and Ralph Walkling examined how corporate shareholders voted in nearly 2, 500 director elections in the United States.
The paper published by Dr Sudhir Shah makes it clear that dozens of people had access to Hira Ratan Manek during the study and he went on at least one excursion: " Most surprisingly, he had himself climbed the famous Shatrunjay mountain ( Palitana hill ) on 4. 4. 01, on 401st day of his legendary fasting along with 500 fellowmen without anybody ’ s help, within 1. 5 Hrs.
A study published in 2012 also found that conspiracy theorists frequently believe in multiple conspiracies, even when one conspiracy contradicts the other.
In 1975 George Mandler published an influential psychological study which distinguished between slow, serial, and limited conscious processes and fast, parallel and extensive unconscious ones.
For diatomic molecules, a systematic study using a minimum basis set and the first calculation with a larger basis set were published by Ransil and Nesbet respectively in 1960.
* The first technical design study of a self-replicating interstellar probe was published in a 1980 paper by Robert Freitas
INTERCHI ' 93 published a study by Matias, MacKenzie and Buxton showing that people who have already learned to touch-type can quickly recover 50 to 70 % of their two-handed typing speed.

study and 2011
A 2011 Canadian study looked at the presence of CryAb1 protein ( BT toxin ) in non-pregnant women, pregnant women and fetal blood.
According to a study in 2011, Napoleon Bonaparte, and therefore all the Bonaparte ( males only ), belonged to haplogroup E1b1b1c1 * ( E-M34 *).
For example, the study found that people who believe Osama Bin Laden was captured alive by Americans are likely to also believe that Bin Laden was actually killed prior to the 2011 raid.
A 2011 study found that highly Machiavellian people are more likely to believe in conspiracy theories, since they themselves would be more willing to engage in a conspiracy when placed in the same situation as the alleged conspirators.
Couscous was elected as the third favorite dish of French people in 2011 in a study by TNS Sofres for magazine Vie Pratique Gourmand and the first in East of France.
A 2011 study by Walk Score ranked Chicago the fourth most walkable of fifty largest cities in the United States.
A 2011 published study documented the first metal-free electrocatalyst using relatively inexpensive doped carbon nanotubes that are less than 1 % the cost of platinum and are of equal or superior performance.
Eppig, Fincher, and Thornhill ( 2011 ) in a similar study instead looking at different US states found that in states with higher prevalence of infectious diseases had lower average IQ.
In August 2011, two of three subjects of a pilot study were confirmed to have been cured from chronic lymphocytic leukemia ( CLL ).
* Smith, Gary Scott, Heaven in the American Imagination ( Oxford University Press ; 2011 ) 339 pages ; draws on art, music, folklore, sermons, literature, psychology, and other realms in a study of how Americans since the Puritans have imagined heaven.
A NASA multi-center Technology Applications Assessment Team led from the Johnson Spaceflight Center, has as of January 2011 described " Nautilus-X ", a concept study for a multi-mission space exploration vehicle useful for missions beyond low earth orbit ( LEO ), of up to 24 months duration for a crew of up to six.
In 2011 Thure E. Cerling of the University of Utah and colleagues, published a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of their work with the carbon in the enamel of 24 teeth from 22 Paranthropus individuals who lived in East Africa between 1. 4 million and 1. 9 million years ago.
According to a Stockholm University study in 2011, these pilgrims visit the Holy Land to touch and see physical manifestations of their faith, confirm their beliefs in the holy context with collective excitation, and connect personally to the Holy Land.
A 2011 study found that the TP53 proline mutation did have a profound effect on pancreatic cancer risk among males.
A 2011 study found that TP53 codon 72 polymorphism was associated with an increased risk of lung cancer.
A 2011 study of a Brazilian birth cohort found an association between the non mutant arginine TP53 and individuals without a family history of cancer.
Another 2011 study found that the p53 homozygous ( Pro / Pro ) genotype was associated with a significantly increased risk for renal cell carcinoma.
The relationships of these families were uncertain until 2011, when they were resolved in a molecular phylogenetic study based on two nuclear genes and ten chloroplast genes.
In another study, published in 2011, Jason E. Lewis and colleagues re-measured the cranial volumes of the skulls in Morton's collection, and re-examined the respective statistical analyses by Morton and by Gould, concluding that, contrary to Gould's analysis, Morton did not falsify craniometric research results to support his racial and social prejudices, and that the " Caucasians " possessed the greatest average cranial volume in the sample.
Clinical trials are currently underway in Antwerp, Belgium using VNS for the treatment of tonal tinnitus after a breakthrough study published in early 2011 by researchers at the University of Texas-Dallas showed successful tinnitus suppression in rats when tones were paired with brief pulses of stimulation of the vagus nerve.
In July 2011, a centre for the study of classical Kannada was established under the aegis of Central Institute of Indian Languages ( CIIL ) at Mysore to facilitate research related to the language.
Blood samples taken in 1971 and 2008 from Easter Islanders without any European or other external descent were analysed in a 2011 study, which concluded that the evidence supported some aspects of Heyerdahl's hypothesis.
However, a 2011 study ( AIM-HIGH ) was halted early because patients showed no decrease in cardiovascular events, but did experience an increase in the risk of stroke.

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