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  1. S. J. Koopman (2008). Statistical Algorithms for Models in State Space Form: Ssfpack 3. Timberlake Consultants.score: 290.0
     
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  2. J. Matthews, R. Beringen, F. P. L. Collas, K. R. Koopman, B. Ode, R. Pot, L. B. Sparrius, J. Van Valkenburg, L. N. H. Verbrugge & R. S. E. W. Leuven, Risk Analysis of Non-Native Monkeyflower (Mimulus Guttatus) in the Netherlands.score: 270.0
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  3. J. Matthews, R. Beringen, F. P. L. Collas, K. R. Koopman, B. Ode, R. Pot, L. B. Sparrius, J. Van Valkenburg, L. N. H. Verbrugge & R. S. E. W. Leuven, Risk Analysis of Non-Native Curly Waterweed (Lagarosiphon Major) in the Netherlands.score: 270.0
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  4. A. A. Kaptein, J. J. E. Koopman, J. A. Weinman & M. J. Gosselink (2011). 'Why, Why Did You Have Me Treated?': The Psychotic Experience in a Literary Narrative. Medical Humanities 37 (2):123-126.score: 150.0
    In this paper, the authors suggest an approach that may be helpful in teaching medical humanities to medical students. In the context of an honours class on medicine and literature, students (1) read a novel on an illness, (2) interviewed a patient with the medical condition described in the novel and (3) wrote an essay on the biomedical, narrative and literary aspects of these sources of information. The authors compared the story of Chekhov's literary protagonist Kovrin in The Black Monk (...)
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  5. Shane J. Ralston, Ol' Ben Franklin the Pragmatist? Campbell and Pangle on the Philosophical Credentials of an American Founder.score: 15.0
    Is Benjamin Franklin the old Dewey or the new Socrates? James Campbell embraces the view that he is the old Dewey, or, at least, following the late H.S. Thayer, a nascent pragmatist of a Deweyan stripe. Lorraine Pangle, among others, defends the view that Franklins thought and writings are distinctly Socratic. I would like to accomplish two objectives in this essay that might initially appear incompatible, one, to question the premise of the question and, two, to assume the premise's acceptability (...)
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