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 (bär-dēn′), John 1908-1991.
American physicist. He shared two Nobel Prizes in physics, one in 1956 for the development of the electronic transistor, and one in 1972 for a theory of superconductivity.
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(Biography) John. 1908–91, US physicist and electrical engineer, noted for his research on electrical conduction in solids; shared Nobel prize for physics 1956 for research on semiconductors leading to the invention of the transistor; shared Nobel prize for physics 1972 for contributions to the theory of superconductivity
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John, 1908–91, U.S. physicist.
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Along with colleagues John Bardeen and Leon Cooper, Schrieffer was awarded the Nobel Prize in physics for developing the BCS theory.
"Both before and after the invention of the telescope, artists and amateur astronomers were looking at the moon, interpreting what they saw, and trying to reconcile this with religious and philosophical beliefs at the time," says David Bardeen, an art historian at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Higgins' (1987) self-discrepancy theory proposes that the concept of the self is best understood by differentiating between three domains (the actual, ideal, and ought self) and that a sense of discrepancy between the different aspects of the self can be associated with emotional struggle (Higgins, 1987; Higgins, Klein, & Strauman, 1985; Stevens, Bardeen, Pittman, & Lovejoy, 2015).
With the simple addition of the tiny transistor (invented by William Shockley, John Bardeen and Walter Brattain) and the introduction of digital communication, the world has been thrust over the cliff into humankind's fourth revolution: information technology (IT).
Si bien es amplia la cantidad de estudios que proponen una medicion general de la IF (Bardeen, Fergus y Orcutt, 2013; Bebane, Flowe y Maltb; 2015; McHugh et al., 2011; McHugh y Otto, 2012) es importante tomar en consideracion que dichos instrumentos se circunscriben a la respuesta de IF, mientras que la EIF se centra en creencias asociadas a la IF.
'Honeywell's unique approach to industrial training and competency development, combined with Windows Mixed Reality platform and devices, is a good example of a major industrial player proactively and creatively driving digital transformation,' said Lorraine Bardeen, general manager for Mixed Reality at Microsoft.
ACT, a prominent third-wave behavior therapy, has emphasized a more contextual approach to understanding one's relationship with cognition and is shown to be an effective treatment of stress, due to its emphasis on cognitive defusion and avoidance (Bardeen & Fergus, 2016; Hiraoka et al., 2015; Hofmann & Bogeis, 2006; Maheux, 2015).
The unique approach to industrial training and competency development is an example of the creative drive to digital transformation, noted Lorraine Bardeen, general manager for Mixed Reality at Microsoft.
Our study aimed at screening and management of chronic hepatitis C genotype 4 infected patients in Bardeen village, Sharkeya Governorate, Egypt, with Sofosbuvir plus Daclatasvir, as well as estimating the safety and efficacy of that regimen.
In an independent review of ATT studies, Fergus and Bardeen [10] concluded that ATT could be classified as a "possibly efficacious treatment" based on the available evidence.
His subsequent research with theoretical physicist John Bardeen showed that they, in fact, invented a semiconductor triode, later called a <<bipolar transistor.>> Fig.