Results for 'Sølvi Helseth'

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    Flexible Visual Processing of Spatial Relationships.Steven L. Franconeri, Jason M. Scimeca, Jessica C. Roth, Sarah A. Helseth & Lauren E. Kahn - 2012 - Cognition 122 (2):210-227.
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    Research Involving Children: Some Ethical Issues.Sølvi Helseth & Åshild Slettebø - 2004 - Nursing Ethics 11 (3):298-299.
    In a Norwegian study on how children aged 7-12 years cope during a period of serious illness within the family and on their quality of life at this time, several ethical questions became apparent. These were mainly concerned with the vulnerability of children during research, with their ability to make autonomous decisions, and with considerations regarding how to respect their right to confidentiality during the research process. In this article we approach these questions using our experience from this previous study, (...)
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    Targeting and Tailoring an Intervention for Adolescents Who Are Overweight: Some Ethical Concerns.K. Riiser, K. Londal, Y. Ommundsen, N. Misvaer & S. Helseth - 2015 - Nursing Ethics 22 (2):237-247.
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    Nurses as Moral Practitioners Encountering Parents in Neonatal Intensive Care Units.Liv Fegran, Sølvi Helseth & Åshild Slettebø - 2006 - Nursing Ethics 13 (1):52-64.
    Historically, the care of hospitalized children has evolved from being performed in isolation from parents to a situation where the parents and the child are regarded as a unit, and parents and nurses as equal partners in the child’s care. Parents are totally dependent on professionals’ knowledge and expertise, while nurses are dependent on the children’s emotional connection with their parents in order to provide optimal care. Even when interdependency exists, nurses as professionals hold the power to decide whether and (...)
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    Giovanni of Capestrano's Liturgical Office for the Feast of Saint Bernardino of Siena.Daniele Solvi - 2017 - Franciscan Studies 75:49-71.
    In the years following the death of Bernardino of Siena Giovanni of Capestrano was intensely involved with the tasks of his role as the main supporter of the cause of canonization. This project, which finally came to be realized in the Jubilee year of 1450, was close to his heart for both personal reasons and for the legitimating power that a Bernardino who had been proclaimed a saint would have for advancing the interests of the Observant movement. Along with a (...)
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  6. Enchiridion Metaphysicum: Sive, de Rebus Incorporeis Succincta & Luculenta Dissertatio. Pars Prima: De Exsistentia & Natura Rerum Incorporearum in Genere. In Qua Quamplurima Mundi Phæomena Ad Leges Cartesii Mechanicas Obiter Expenduntur, Illiúsque Philosophiæ & Aliorum Omnino Omnium Qui Mundana Phæomena in Causas Purè Mechanicas Solvi Posse Supponunt, Vanitas Falsitásque Detegitur.Henry More, E. Flesher & William Morden - 1671 - Typis E. Flesher. Prostat Apud Guilielmum Morden, Bibliopolam Cantabrigiensem.
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    The Simple Paradoxes of Validity and Bradwardinian-Buridanian Semantics: A Journal of Analytic Scholasticism.Miroslav Hanke - 2010 - Studia Neoaristotelica 7 (2):116-160.
    This paper deals with the simple paradoxes of validity and with the possibility of solving them in terms of Bradwardinian-Buridanian semantics. The paradoxes of validity as conceived here are cases of semantic pathology, which result due to the use of terms signifying the validity of inference. Semantic paradoxes are a semantico-epistemological phenomenon which is a symptom of the need to revise several apparently acceptable semantic assumptions. The analysis of possible solutions to the paradoxes focuses on Bradwardinian-Buridanian semantics and as a (...)
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    Selection for Representation in Higher-Order Adaptation.Solvi Arnold, Reiji Suzuki & Takaya Arita - 2015 - Minds and Machines 25 (1):73-95.
    A theory of the evolution of mind cannot be complete without an explanation of how cognition became representational. Artificial approximations of cognitive evolution do not, in general, produce representational cognition. We take this as an indication that there is a gap in our understanding of what drives evolution towards representational solutions, and propose a theory to fill this gap. We suggest selection for learning and selection for second order learning as the causal factors driving the emergence of innate and acquired (...)
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