The Relationship of Smartphone Addiction and Alexithymia

İbrahim Gündoğmuş ◽  
Mehmet Sinan Aydın ◽  
Ayhan Algül
2012 ◽  
Vol 21 (01) ◽  
pp. 029-034 ◽  
Asife Sahinarslan ◽  
Bulent Boyaci ◽  
Sinan Kocaman ◽  
Salih Topal ◽  
Ugur Ercin ◽  

2019 ◽  
Vol 64 ◽  
pp. 03013 ◽  
Ilya V. Dunichkin ◽  
Emanuele Naboni ◽  
Anna E. Korobeinikova ◽  
Olga I. Poddaeva

Subject of research: visualization of the wind regime of residential buildings on the slope area in the Arctic. Goals: the purpose of the study is to identify the problems of visualization of the wind regime on the slopes and the analysis of patterns of airflow around the sloping territories, affecting the comfort of pedestrians. Materials and methods: airflow patterns of slope areas with different characteristics and comfort assessment for humans are analyzed in the course of work. Geotechnical methods are presented in solving the problems of wind erosion and the stability of hillsides and complex terrain within the city limits. Results: The importance and novelty of the research in studying the relationship of slope geometry and environmental quality, as a decrease in comfort inevitably leads to a decrease in the development of nearby urban areas in settlements on the coast of the Arctic Ocean, problems with climate and local climate, as well as a decrease in the quality of life of people. The article considers the relationship of plastic relief with the aeration regime of the territory, the dependence of aerodynamic roughness on their height, features of aeration of the slope and hilly terrain, factors affecting the direction and speed of the wind and methods for studying the aeration regime of slope areas. Findings: The possibilities of applying existing approaches to research and visualization for slope areas are demonstrated. The direction of development of the technique for visualization of slope areas has been determined.

2009 ◽  
Vol 8 (1) ◽  
pp. 17-28 ◽  
Richard S. Balkin ◽  
Michelle Perepiczka ◽  
Ruth Whitely ◽  
Sandy Kimbrough

2010 ◽  
Vol 3 (4) ◽  
pp. 177-184 ◽  
Jimson Samson ◽  
Reena John ◽  
Shalini Jayakumar

The purpose of this study was to analyze mandibular fracture site, relationship of the fracture line to the periodontium, vitality of teeth, displacement of the fracture segments and their implications, and determine whether to retain or remove the teeth in the fracture line. Fifty patients with 62 fractures were involved in this study. An electric pulp tester was used to measure the pulpal response. The degree of fracture displacement and the relationship of the fracture line to the periodontium were evaluated using panoramic radiographs. Fractures of the parasymphysis region constituted a majority of 60.87% in the gross displacement category. Four of 50 patients showed no response presurgically and minimal response postoperatively on pulp vitality testing. Patients with teeth in the fracture line showing no response on pulp vitality testing should be advised extraction to avoid further complications.

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