Population dynamics and dissimilarities of biological nature (differences in turnover rate and seasonal alterations in standing stock) can cause significant divergences between the L and D foraminifera (e.g., Jorissen & Wittling
, 1999; De Stigter et al, 2007; Duros et al, 2014).
After each case, questions were posted to the audience, and answers from delegates recorded with an electronic audience response system, provided by NASCI, and expertly handled by Ms Michele Wittling
. At the end of the course, each delegate was credited with 70 supervised case reviews.
This type of asymmetrical activation of cerebral hemispheres is linked in the literature to states of depression and increased vulnerability to stress (Wittling
1997, Hecht 2010).
and Roschmann (1993), researching these phenomena discovered "that in subjects viewing emotional films the right hemisphere indicated stronger affective reactions.
The Clinton School Committee cut its proposed budget for the second time during the budget season, wittling
it down to an almost 3.4 percent increase from the budget of Fiscal Year 2008.
[62.] Huster RJ, Westerhausen R, Kreuder F, Schweiger E, Wittling
Although impedance cardiography might contribute to a better physiological differentiation of emotions, only a few studies have used it for this purpose (Harrison et al., 2000; Neumann et al., 2001; Sinha et al., 1992; Wittling
, Block, Schweiger, & Genzel, 1998).
However as Christmas approached, a clutch of teams including Everton and Liverpool were gradually wittling
down United's lead.
(far right, with wife Maureen and children Cody James, and Emily) of Park Falls.
It used to be said in my time that when other countries were wittling
their squads down to 18, we were struggling to get 18 and I suppose it will always be like that.
CLINTON - The School Committee cut its proposed budget for the second time Wednesday night, wittling
it down to an almost 3.4 percent increase from the budget of the current fiscal year, which ends on June 30.