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INDIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY, 2003, 45(11), 514 REVIEW ARTICLE
"... consequences for the pathophysiology and.treatment of mood disorders AJU ABRAHAM, STUART WATSON, ALLAN H YOUNG Background: Hypothalamicpituitaryadrenal (HPA) axis dysfunction in mood disorders is one of the most robust findings in biological psychiatry. However, considerable debate surrounds the n ..."
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consequences for the pathophysiology and.treatment of mood disorders AJU ABRAHAM, STUART WATSON, ALLAN H YOUNG Background: Hypothalamicpituitaryadrenal (HPA) axis dysfunction in mood disorders is one of the most robust findings in biological psychiatry. However, considerable debate surrounds
Figure 6.8. A diagram of the various regimes of the critical layer when j 6= 1.
, 1995
"... l curve of the first Gortler mode. Figure 6.3. The values of for the lefthand branch of the neutral curve of the first Gortler mode. 36 Figure 6.1. A diagram of the various regimes of the critical layer when j = 1. I: viscous, steady critical layer; LandauStuartWatson equation. II: stron ..."
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l curve of the first Gortler mode. Figure 6.3. The values of for the lefthand branch of the neutral curve of the first Gortler mode. 36 Figure 6.1. A diagram of the various regimes of the critical layer when j = 1. I: viscous, steady critical layer; LandauStuartWatson equation. II
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, 1990
"... Recent theoretical work by Hall & Seddougui (1989) has shown that strongly nonlinear, high wavenumber G6rtler vortices developing within a boundary layer flow are susceptible to a secondary instability which takes the form of travelling waves confined to a thin region centred at the outer edge ..."
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differential equations. We undertake a StuartWatson type of weakly nonlinear analysis of these equations and conclude, in particular, that on this basis there exist stable flow configurations in which the travelling mode is of finite amplitude. Implications of our findings for practical situations
A Critique Of The Minimalist Program
 Linguistics and Philosophy
, 1997
"... this paper was done during the summer of 1995, when the alphabetically second author visited the first as a guest academic researcher in the Mathematics Department of the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY. During this period, Stuart Shieber spent several days with us at IBM discu ..."
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this paper was done during the summer of 1995, when the alphabetically second author visited the first as a guest academic researcher in the Mathematics Department of the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY. During this period, Stuart Shieber spent several days with us at IBM
Weakly Nonlinear LowerBranch Stability of Fully Developed and Developing FreeSurface Flows
, 1988
"... We examine the weakly nonlinear stability of both fully developed and of developing liquid layers. The study of these freesurface flows is more complicated than that of many other flows owing to the fully nonlinear boundary conditions present. The scalings used for the two problems follow from the ..."
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the work of J. S. B. Gajjar, who described their linear stability properties. We use the technique given by F. T. Smith to derive amplitude equations of the type presented by J. T. Stuart and J. Watson. Both flows are found to be supercritically stable in general and a variety of asymptotic cases
RANGE OF VALIDITY OF WEAKLY NONLINEAR THEORY IN RAYLEIGHBÉNARD CONVECTION
"... In this paper we examine the equilibrium states of periodic finite amplitude flow in a horizontal channel with differential heating between the two rigid boundaries. The solutions to the NavierStokes equations are obtained by means of a perturbation method for evaluating the Landau coefficients and ..."
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of the critical Rayleigh number. We find that for small Prandtl numbers the discrepancy of the two methods is noticeable. 1 Weakly NonLinear Theory and Amplitude Equations Weakly nonlinear theory for fluid motions was established by Stuart (1960) and Watson (1960) and has been applied to many fundamental basic
Science Communication Group MSc Science Communication Is There a Difference between a Good Scientist and a Successful Scientist? Assignment in Ethics Module
, 2009
"... 2 ‘I have never seen Francis Crick in a modest mood, ’ is the famous opening sentence of James Watson’s 1968 book The Double Helix. The book, a scientific bestseller, tells the story how Watson and Crick made their revolutionary discovery of the DNA structure. But the appeal of the book lays very mu ..."
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2 ‘I have never seen Francis Crick in a modest mood, ’ is the famous opening sentence of James Watson’s 1968 book The Double Helix. The book, a scientific bestseller, tells the story how Watson and Crick made their revolutionary discovery of the DNA structure. But the appeal of the book lays very
"Evaluation data from 12,000 family cases in California and prevention policy recommendations for family resource agencies and child welfare partners"
"... ABSTRACT The California Child Welfare system is confronting massive change in the way it does business. Child Welfare agencies and their nonprofit partners, communitybased Family Resource Agencies, have formed public/private partnerships to expand services to families considered atrisk for child ..."
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and culturally diverse communities. Located in urban and rural communities, FRC programs provide an array of interconnected services and interventions with families whose diverse issues require an interprofessional or multidisciplinary set of practices (Stuart Foundation). Based on family strengthening
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"... ______________________________________________________________________________ Summary: This article gives an overview of Australia's national military strategy for cyber space and the implied demands for a radical approach to development of our civil skills base. It then looks at developments ..."
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is the Army prepared to rebalance its force structure into non He said that one problem was that the Defence organisation was in danger of being swamped by the "transformationalist" approach (the idea that informatisation changes everything) that is now dominant in the U.S. doctrine (Watson 2007