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  1. Crib. General course of Neuropathology, 2011
    2 course. DNU them. Olesya Potter. Psychology faculty. Basic answers to questions included in the course.
  2. Collective decision making
    In everyday life, many decisions are made not by individuals, but by groups. Family members decide together where to go on vacation; a jury of judges finds the defendant guilty; the city council votes for an increase in property taxes, or the president and the Joint Chiefs of Staff decide to send troops to the zone of international conflict. What do such decision making has to do with decision making?
  3. Decision making exercises
    Like all types of thinking, dyadic decision making requires training. Practice your decision-making abilities by asking yourself the following questions: • Should I buy item X? • Should I examine question X? • Should I develop a character trait X? • Should I join Organization X? • Should I go to country / city X? In the exercise “object
  4. Making decisions in everyday life
    When making decisions in everyday life, the mind map helps you balance competing factors. Take as an example the situation when you decide whether or not to buy a new car. You would like to have a sufficiently comfortable and reliable car, but do not have large funds. In this regard, you may have to contact the seller of used cars - and
  5. THEORETICAL COURSE
    THEORETICAL
  6. Decision making and out of crisis
    This book is about making decisions and mastering the crisis situation in anesthesiology. What is a crisis? This is “a period of increased danger or anxiety, the outcome of which determines the likelihood of the occurrence of serious consequences.” In our case, the period of increased danger usually represents a short-term significant event (or chain of events), fraught with an undoubted and acute threat to the patient.
  7. List of abbreviations
    AH - arboretum
  8. LIST OF ACCEPTED ABBREVIATIONS
    ACTH - adrenocorticotropic hormone TSA - fetal alcohol syndrome ACT - asparta Amin aspartate aminotransferase - BAA adenosine triphosphate - biologically active points bottom height
  9. List of abbreviations
    AA - aplastic anemia ABD - anemia of Blackfen - Dayemond AGA - autoimmune hemolytic anemia AD - blood pressure ATP - adenosine triphosphoric acid colony stimulating factor
  10. Simple decision making
    A simple choice of two alternatives is known as the dyadic solution (from the Latin word dyas, which means “two”). Dyadic solutions are the first step in putting things in order, say, in the list of your priorities. Dyadic solutions are solutions according to the type of evaluation of alternative qualities and include the following simple types of choice: yes / no; better / worse; stronger / weaker; more
  11. Introduction to the NOZ course
    Make every citizen an active participant. preservation of his own health, forming a responsible attitude to his health, availability of knowledge about the state of his health and knowledge of measures to strengthen it and prevent disease. Minister of Health and Social Development of the Russian Federation TA Golikova Scientific and practical foundations of health as an educational
  12. Four-day course
    The book is built in the form of a four-day course on visual problem solving. My approach is to consistently use images. Thanks to them, we are moving from a self-image, expressed by the words “I can’t draw,” to another one: “This is a picture I’ve painted, which I think can change the world.” Why do I need four days? For two reasons: first of all, experience
  13. Lectures. The history of pharmacy: a course of lectures and a collection of practical problems, 2009
    The course of lectures is presented under the special secondary education system. Contains material on the course "History of Pharmacy". Methodical development is accompanied by material for practical tasks on
  14. Examples of decision making leading to unsatisfactory measures in critical situations
    Why is it important to understand the abstract ideas of the science of knowledge? What can a practicing anesthetist extract from this material? This model of the thinking process of an anesthetist should help him to determine which system of actions will be successful and which one will not succeed in performing anesthesia. In tab. 1.3 are examples of how the decision making model allows you to understand the origins of mental errors.
  15. List of abbreviations accepted in the text
    Ag-At - antigen-antibody complexes. AD - blood pressure, ADH - antidiuretic hormone. HIV is a human immunodeficiency virus. VP - intrarenal pressure. DG - hydrostatic pressure. GBM - glomerular basement membrane. HRT - delayed-type hypersensitivity. GNT - immediate type hypersensitivity. DIC - disseminated syndrome
  16. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS TAKEN IN THE TEXT
    A / H - albumin-globulin coefficient. ADH ACOA - acetyl-coenzyme A. ACTH - adrenocorticotropic hormone. ACTH - adrenocorticotropic hormone. ALAT - alanine aminotransferase. ASAT - aspartate aminotransferase. ATP - adenosine triphosphate. AFRT - amido-phosphoribosyltransferase. IVH - higher fatty acids. GAG - glucose aminoglycans. SSGC - the main complex
  17. Ethical standards adopted by the American Psychological Association (APA)
    (cited by the publication Psychological Diagnostics, Moscow, 2000. pp. 280-293.) There are many attempts to develop such a “code of honor”, ​​although, as far as we know, they exist only in the “local” variants adopted in separate associations. Ethical standards of the psychologist, adopted by the American Psychological Association. Copyright held by the American Psychological Association.
  18. Operative Surgery 3 course, 6 semester
    Operative surgery 3 course, 6
  19. Operative Surgery 4 course, 7 semester
    Operative Surgery 4 course, 7
  20. General Surgery 4 course, 8 semester
    General Surgery 4 course, 8
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