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    • The opinion of professional caregivers about the platform understAID for patients with dementia 

      Malak, Roksana; Krawczyk-Wasielewska, Agnieszka; Mojs, Ewa; Grobleny, Bartosz; Glodowska, Katarzyna B.; Millán-Calenti, José Carlos; Núñez-Naveira, Laura; Samborski, Wlodzimierz (International Scientific Information, 2016-10-10)
      [Abstract] BACKGROUND: The person with dementia should be treated as an unique person regarding symptoms directly associated with dementia, such as problems with memory, hallucinations, and delusions, as well as other ...
    • The optimal top marginal tax rate: Application to Hungary 

      Kiss, Aron (Universidade da Coruña, Servizo de Publicacións, 2013)
      [Abstract] The paper applies recent developments in the theory of optimal income taxation to the Hungarian personal income tax system. The main conclusion is that the optimal top marginal tax rate in Hungary is likely to ...
    • The organiation of alphabets of nucleic acids and proteins as a structural prototype of human language alphabets 

      Figatner, Yury; Makagonov, Pavel (Universidade da Coruña, 2012)
      [Abstract] An alphabet analysis of English, Spanish, Russian, and Vietnamese texts, which belong to different language groups, shows that among vowels there is a predominant group of four letters that is equal to the number ...
    • The Origin of Dual-form Adverbs: Grammaticalization or Lexicalization? 

      Chao Castro, Milagros (Universidade da Coruña, 2008)
      [Abstract] The formation of dual-form adverbs, items derived from an elementary adjective which present a suffixless and a suffixed adverbial variant, e.g. short/shortly, is a complex process in which up to three different ...
    • The origins of Christopher Columbus, a never-ending controversy 

      Rodríguez López-Abadía, Arturo (Universidade da Coruña, 2014)
      [Abstract] Arturo Rodríguez López-Abadía Casa-Museo de Colón, Valladolid A lot of speculation and hypothesis has been and still is about Christopher Columbus' birthplace, but the historiographic consensus mostly favours ...
    • The Other in the Eye: A Transgeneric Approach to the Neo-Baroque Monster 

      Abuín Sanjuán, Marcelo (2016)
      [Abstract] My purpose on this degree dissertation is to examine horror creatures in English-language fiction. To achieve this, three different texts have been selected: Arthur Machen's short story ““The Great God Pan”” ...
    • The Pangaean inheritance 

      Twidale, C. R.; Vidal Romaní, Juan Ramón (Universidade da Coruña, 1994)
      [Abstract] Very old palaeosurfaces have been identified and dated in several parts of the former Gondwana and Laurasia. In Australia the separation from Antarctica was complete by the end of the Eocene so that any surface ...
    • The Parlement of the Thre Ages: some notes on the place of origin of one of its manuscripts 

      Moskowich, Isabel; Alfaya Lamas, Elena (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2001)
      [Abstract] The central goal of the present study is to explore the geographical origins of T, one of the manuscripts of the medieval alliterative poem. The Parlement of the Thre Ages (British Museum, MS 31042). For ...
    • The Parthenon, Athens 

      Gravalos, P (Grec-o-PostersAspioti-Elka), 1900)
    • The partial volume effect in the quantification of 1H magnetic resonance spectroscopy in Alzheimer's disease and aging 

      Mato-Abad, Virginia; Quirós, Alicia; García-Álvarez, Roberto; Pereira-Loureiro, Javier; Álvarez-Linera, Juan; Frank, Ana; Hernández-Tamames, Juan Antonio (IOS Press, 2014)
      [Abstract] 1H-MRS variability increases due to normal aging and also as a result of atrophy in grey and white matter caused by neurodegeneration. In this work, an automatic process was developed to integrate data from ...
    • The patronage in the financing of social and sustainable projects 

      Nieto-Mengotti, Manuel; Gago-Cortés, Carmen (Palgrave, 2019)
      [Abstract]: Traditionally, many companies have contributed, altruistically, to the generation of crowdfunding platforms as a space of knowledge and innovation where entrepreneurs develop their projects independently or ...
    • The Pedagogy of the Sasquatch: Imagining the Aboriginal without Feathers in Eden Robinson’s Monkey Beach 

      Darias Beautell, Eva (Universidade da Coruña, 2008)
      [Abstract] This paper analyzes Canada’s foundational myths of Nature and Natives vis-à-vis recent negotiations of that same relationship by Aboriginal writers, and will offer a reading of Eden Robinson’s novel Monkey Beach ...
    • The perceived value of videos in newspapers on iPad 

      Nozal, Teresa; González-Neira, Ana; Sanjuán Pérez, Antonio (OberCom, 2015)
      (Abstract) This work sets out to analyse the perceived value of the videos inserted in paid-for editions of tablet newspapers. It is a qualitative investigation centred on a user profile defined by two parameters: regular ...
    • The perspectives of family policy in Russia amid increasing cohabitation 

      Mitrofanova, Ekaterina; Artamonova, Alyona (Universidade da Coruña, Servizo de Publicacións, 2016)
      [Abstract] Russia has long been characterized by early and universal marriage. After the Soviet Union collapse, the average age of marriage has been rising, and cohabitations have become common. Many scholars explain the ...
    • The phenomenological road to Cognitive Semiotics 

      Sonesson, Goran (Universidade da Coruña, 2012)
      [Abstract] Like M. Jordan, who discovered in his old age that he had always been talking prose, I realized a few years ago that I have been doing cognitive semiotics my whole life. In my 1978 dissertation I argued for an ...
    • The Phylogenetic Likelihood Library 

      Flouri, Tomas; Izquierdo-Carrasco, F.; Darriba, Diego; Aberer, Andre J.; Nguyen, Lam-Tung; Minh, B.Q.; Haeseler, Arndt von; Stamatakis, Alexandros (Oxford University Press, 2015-03-01)
      [Abstract] We introduce the Phylogenetic Likelihood Library (PLL), a highly optimized application programming interface for developing likelihood-based phylogenetic inference and postanalysis software. The PLL implements ...
    • The poetics of ressentiment. Case: Timo K. Mukka's novel Laulu Spirjan Lapsista - The Song of Sipirja's Children 

      Martinen, Leena Makela (Universidade da Coruña, 2012)
      [Abstract] In my presentation I study the concept of ressentiment, witch is adapted from Mikhail Bakhtin´s theory of novel by Michael André Bernstein. The concept is also used by several other philosophers and scholars, ...
    • The politics of renewable power in Spain 

      Duffield, John (Universidade da Coruña, Servizo de Publicacións, 2020)
      [Abstract] Government support for renewable power in Spain has varied over time. After fostering a boom in the first decade of the 2000s, public support dried up in the early 2010s before making a reappearance in the last ...
    • The Post-War Reconstruction of the Ecclesiastical Building in Italy. The Role of the Pontifical Central Commission for Sacred Art 

      Pirro, Michela (Universidade da Coruña, 2020)
      [Resumen] Aunque consideramos que el Concilio Vaticano II es el destino final de un camino de renovación para la historia del arte sacro contemporáneo, sin embargo, es necesario centrarse en su fase preparatoria durante ...
    • The Pragmasemantics of quotation. with reference to postmodern romanian poetry 

      Popescu, Carmen (Universidade da Coruña, 2012)
      [Abstract] A corpus of postmodern Romanian poetry reveals truly innovative quotational strategies. Here quotation as signifier is vital for the construction of the poetic meaning. As a sui generis poetic device, it can ...