(1) This finding suggests that the difficulty to shift a cognitive set, reflected by the frequency of perseverative responses, is in favor of the WCST as a vulnerability marker for schizophrenia, whereas non-perseverative responses presumably indicate a state, but not a trait marker of the disease.
(2) "Others came back and left their children on the side of the road, but I persevered.
(3) As with the episodic memory test, the Alzheimer and Korsakoff patients made more perseverative errors than did the HD patients on letter fluency.
(4) That is, at each age at least 1 combination of delay and number of locations yielded above-chance A-not-B errors or significant perseverative search.
(5) It was concluded that although stimulus factors are involved in the perseverative response, conditioning factors are not of primary relevance in determining the tolerance.
(6) We must adjust to this new reality, while persevering with a long term plan to reduce current public sector spending.
(7) Others had so much invested emotionally and financially that they “turn their backs on the truth” and persevered.
(8) We have not caved, we have not given in, we have persevered, and we have not backed down.” Insiders said Sony appeared to be shifting its position while giving as strong an impression as possible that it had adopted the same line all along.
(9) An information-processing model is proposed to account for all patterns of oral-verbal perseverative response.
(10) Although essential blepharospasm is considered to be a form of focal dystonia, many patients with blepharospasm have been noted to have concomitant depression, anxiety, phobias, hypochondriasis, and other emotional and behavioral disorders, suggesting a psychiatric component to the disease that is phenomenologically similar to obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in terms of the repetitive, perseverative, and persistent nature of the symptoms.
(11) Beside a severe, global speech retardation, there are some distinct speech characteristics in the young fra(X) males such as rapid speech rhythm, speech impulsiveness and perseverative speech.
(12) Dominant temporal-lobe patients showed more perseverative errors than epilepsy controls.
(13) Perseverative tendencies can be suppressed with practice in discrimination learning situations, but the tendencies can then be fully reinstated by relatively minor distractions.
(14) Nondominant temporal patients manifested more total errors and perseverative errors relative to both dominant temporal and epilepsy controls, and more perseverative responses relative to epilepsy controls.
(15) All were inattentive, perseverative, and disoriented.
(16) Although a few patients were mildly dysnomic, the RR patients were not generally impaired on visual confrontation naming and they did not exhibit perseverative responding on verbal fluency measures.
(17) The inferior convexity lesions produced severe and lasting impairments on all three tasks, perhaps as a result of the perseverative disorder that has been associated with damage to this region.
(18) They made more errors during the sessions, specifically on the trials that were related to cognitive complexity, such as attempting to reach directly towards the reward through the transparent side of the box (a barrier reach), instead of reaching around it (detour) into the open side, as well as other awkward, perseverative or delayed reaches.
(19) For the frontal patients, significant correlations were found between the number of prompts on the AFT and the number of perseverative errors on the WCST.
(20) Yet it's worth persevering with Faludi's voyage into American man's psyche.
(imp. & p. p.) of Preserve
(1) "As the investigation remains live and in order to preserve the integrity of that investigation, it would not be appropriate to offer further comment."
(2) Under blood preservation conditions the difference of the rates of ATP-production and -consumption is the most important factor for a high ATP-level over long periods.
(3) In hypophysectomized rats the activity of alanine aminotransferase was increased, but its normal zonation (predominance in the periportal zone) was preserved.
(4) In this study, a potassium nitrate-polycarboxylate cement was used as a liner and was found clinically to tend to preserve pulpal vitality and significantly eliminate or decrease postoperative pain.
(5) Using serial section electron microscopic reconstructions as a reference, we have chosen as our standard procedure a method that maximizes both the preservation of the cytoskeleton and the proportion of cells staining, while minimizing the degree of nonspecific staining.
(6) A conduit of a diameter of 23 mm was made by hand with a glutaraldehyde preserved xenopericardial graft.
(7) Preservation of dopaminergic and H1 neurotransmission, probably within the blood barrier, is needed to allow the neuroendocrine transduction of cholinergic inputs, whereas the role of 5-HT neurotransmission remains uncertain.
(8) The combination vaccine consisted of 12 Lf tetanus toxoid and 10 TCID50 vaccinia virus "MVA" preserved with gelatine and glucosamine.
(9) Coup leader Captain Amadou Sanogo on Friday pleaded for foreign help to preserve the territorial integrity of the former French colony, a major gold and cotton producer.
(10) During the last 10 years 94% of patients have been normocalcaemic postoperatively, thanks mainly to the re-implantation of autologous parathyroid tissue, preserved by low-temperature storage.
(11) This study demonstrated that significant global and regional ventricular dysfunction develops immediately after removal of the papillary muscles, whereas myocardial contractility is preserved in patients undergoing mitral valve repair.
(12) Formation of the functional contour plaster bandage within the limits of the foot along the border of the fissure of the ankle joint with preservation of the contours of the ankles 4-8 weeks after the treatment was started in accordance with the severity of the fractures of the ankles in 95 patients both without (6) and with (89) dislocation of the bone fragments allowed to achieve the bone consolidation of the ankle fragments with recovery of the supportive ability of the extremity in 85 (89.5%) of the patients, after 6-8 weeks (7.2%) in the patients without displacement and after 10-13 weeks (11.3%) with displacement of the bone fragments of the ankles.
(13) 27% of the neurons revealed high sensitivity to the temperature stimulus with coefficient Q10 from 2.4 to 30; 6% of the neurons reacted by the on-response type; 5% of the neurons changed their activity and preserved the new level.
(14) Because isosmolar albumin solution is easier to prepare than hyperosmolar cryoprecipitated plasma and gives comparable results, it remains our perfusate of choice for continuous perfusion preservation.
(15) The advantages of the incision through the pars plana ciliaris are (1) easier approach to the vitreous cavity, (2) preservation of the crystalline lens and an intact iris, and (3) circumvention of the corneal and chamber angle complications sometimes associated with the transcorneal approach.
(16) In this material the ultrastructural details are very poorly preserved.
(17) Knee preservation is an important factor for better rehabilitation.
(18) The results of our utilization review were conveyed to local hospitals and the blood supplier in an effort to preserved donor blood.
(19) An effective gonadal shield should reduce the gonadal dose to a level low enough to preserve spermatogenesis in most patients.
(20) Osteomalacia is characterized by large osteoid seams and a preserved volume of bone trabeculae.