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There is still uncertainty about the diagnosis and nature of the plague; some scholars have been forced to abandon certainties and be filled with doubts: from believing that the mediaeval Black Plague was, in reality, the bubonic plague (although with unusual characteristics) to stating that there is very little evidence to support a retro-diagnosis. This article looks at this in depth, not only reviewing the historiography but also giving new interpretations which question previous hypotheses through research on images of the time, comparing them to the most recent investigative data...
2015: Medicina e Historia
John E Randall, Benjamin C Victor, Tilman J Alpermann, Sergey V Bogorodsky, Ahmad O Mal, Ukkrit Satapoomin, K K Bineesh
Koeda et al. (2014) published a review of fishes of the genus Pempheris of the Red Sea. They concluded that there are four species: P. adusta Bleeker, P. mangula Cuvier, P. nesogallica Cuvier, and a new species, P. tominagai. We show that the first three species they cite are not present in the Red Sea, as follows. 1) P. adusta is a western Pacific species (type locality Ambon), described only from the holotype, and without a dark border on the anal fin. Koeda et al. (2014) mistakenly apply that name to P. flavicycla which is a widespread Indian Ocean species characterized by a prominent broad black border along the anal fin...
2014: Zootaxa
Gitit Kavé, Ariel Knafo, Asaf Gilboa
Picture-naming performance for 48 black-and-white drawings was investigated in 1,145 Hebrew speakers, ages 5-86. Both a linear and a curvilinear quadratic model fit the data, reflecting an increase in ability with age as well as an increase followed by a decrease beyond that linear rise. Late-life performance was more affected by access difficulty than was early-life performance, with children's responses limited by lexicon size. Immigrants performed more poorly than nonimmigrants, but an identical correlation between participant age and naming scores was found in both groups...
September 2010: Psychology and Aging
Carol Bergfeld Mills, Shari R Metzger, Catherine A Foster, Melaina N Valentine-Gresko, Stephanie Ricketts
SE, a 19-year-old female college student and a color-grapheme synesthete, reported consistent synesthetic experiences (photisms) for digits, and most letters in the Roman and Hebrew alphabets over a 6-month period. Photisms for later-learned Hebrew letters were influenced by those of the Roman alphabet and photisms for auditorily presented words were influenced by the spelling of the words. As hypothesized, in two studies, SE's solution times for addition problems were significantly slower when the colors of the digits in the problems mismatched her synesthetic photisms than when they matched or were in black (p < 0...
2009: Perception
S T Jacobsen, C K Hull, A H Crawford
Over a 2-year period, the Orthopaedic Service at the Cincinnati (OH) Children's Hospital Medical Center noted eight patients to present with unusual fractures and musculoskeletal problems due to nutritional rickets. All were black, had been breast-fed until 6-12 months of age, and were vegetarians. Four were Black Hebrews who did not include any dairy products or vitamin D supplements in their diet. The diagnosis of nutritional rickets must still be considered when patients present with bone problems and the history reveals a dairy product-free diet...
November 1986: Journal of Pediatric Orthopedics
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