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The row space of H is Sd , the dual subspace of S, which in turn is the row space of G. Since each row vector gi of G is a vector in S, and each row vector h j of H is a vector in Sd , the inner product between them is zero, gi h j = 0. The row space of G is the dual space of the row space of H. Thus for each matrix G of dimension k n with k linearly independent vectors, there exists a matrix H of dimension (n k) n with n k linearly independent vectors, so that for each row vector gi of G and each row vector h j of H it is true that gi h j = 0 [4].
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Wiklund, I., Karlberg, J., & Lund, B. (1994). A double-blind comparison of the effect on quality of life of a combination of vital substances including standardized ginseng G115 and placebo. Current Therapeutic Research, 55(1), 32 42. Winkel, D., Aufdemkampe, G., Matthijs, O., Meijer, O. G., & Phelps, V. (1996). Diagnosis and treatment of the spine. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen. Winstead-Fry, P., & Kijek, J. (1999). An integrative review and meta-analysis of therapeutic touch research. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, 5, 58 67. Woelk, H., Burkard, G., & Grunwald, J. (1994). Bene ts and risks of the hypericum extract LI 160: Drug monitoring study with 3250 patients. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology, 7(Suppl. 1), S34 S38. Wong, A. H. C., Smith, M., & Boon, H. S. (1998). Herbal remedies in psychiatric practice. Archives of General Psychiatry, 55, 1033 1044. Woo, C. C. (1993). Post-traumatic myelopathy following flopping high jump: A pilot case of spinal manipulation. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, 16(5), 336 341. Wood, C. (1993). Mood change and perceptions of vitality: A comparison of the effects of relaxation, visualization, and yoga. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 86, 254 258. Yun, T.-K. (1996). Experimental and epidemiological evidence of the cancer-preventive effects of Panax ginseng C. A. Meyer. Nutrition Reviews, 54(11), S71 S81.
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ongoing psychological distress under conditions of established duress (e.g., medical procedures). Alternatively, in the realm of primary prevention, for example, psychologists have contributed to the literature on injury prevention (e.g., seat belts and bicycle helmets). The existing literature (or descriptions of practice) is largely devoid of frameworks (rather than speci c theoretical approaches) that might guide the systematic provision of effective intervention to children and families. Intermediary frameworks are needed to apply well-established and promising treatments, based on cognitive-behavioral, family systems, or other theories, in a clinically relevant manner. If psychological practice is to continue to be increasingly integrated into child health care, such blueprints for the provision of effective and costef cient psychological interventions to pediatric populations will be critical. The model that we present provides an organization for illustrating examples of child health psychology research and practice. Based on prevention guidelines from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), it has been applied to pediatric psychology practice at The Children s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). The model evolved at CHOP in the mid- to late 1990s from a series of conversations among physicians, psychologists, and hospital administrators about models for providing psychological services at an academic pediatric health care hospital and system. It is a competencebased framework, which allows for the integration of research and clinical practice in child health psychology. Existing models of psychological services in child health were threatened nationally during the 1990s when managed care shifted the focus of psychological care and created threats to the sustenance of mental health care generally. Psychological interventions in child health psychology that were based on fee-for-service payment or on contracts with public and private health insurance companies (and Health Maintenance Organizations [HMOs]) were threatened. At the same time, funding from the National Institutes of Health was limited. These constraining forces were counterbalanced by the astuteness of the prediction of a new morbidity in pediatrics (Haggerty, Roghmann, & Pless, 1975). More children with diseases that were often fatal (e.g., cancer, cardiac disease, low birth weight infants) were surviving longer, but with attendant serious and/or chronic health problems. The psychological implications of intensive long-term care of an ill infant, child, or adolescent for families were becoming more evident. At the same time, the associations between behavior and health outcomes were more apparent. Finally, in the health care setting, the provision of increasingly highly technological care within shorter hospital stays highlighted the challenges and complexity of providing care in the face of
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calculate the difference between the times of successive responses (interresponse times), calculate the reciprocal of the interresponse times (response speeds), and use the response speeds for further analysis. There are various reasons for transforming a measure. In some cases the distribution of the transformed data may be simpler than the distribution of the raw data. For example, it may be more symmetrical, or the ratio of the standard deviation to the mean (the coef cient of variation) may be more constant in the transformed data than in the raw data. In some cases a theory may make simpler predictions about one dependent variable than about another. Another reason for transforming a measure is to use a dependent variable that is typically used by others in order to permit direct comparison of new results with previous ones. Probably the most important reason for transforming data is to obtain a dependent variable that accounts for a higher percentage of the variance in the data. For example, a discrimination ratio, such as rate of response in the presence of a stimulus relative to the absence of a stimulus, often accounts for treatment effects better than an absolute measure, such as rate of response in the presence of a stimulus (Church, 1969). Two types of transformations have been found to be particularly useful. One of them is the expression of a dependent variable as a relative, rather than absolute, value. The other is a nonlinear but order-preserving transformation. Examples are the logarithm, reciprocal, square root, and others in a ladder of transformations (Tukey, 1977). Some investigators are reluctant to use any transformations because of concern about distorting the raw data. This concern is misguided because there is no particular reason to believe that the easiest variable to measure is the most fundamental for understanding the learning process. Of course, it is important to specify precisely the transformations that are used because the conclusions that apply to a particular dependent variable may not apply to a transformation of the dependent variable. For example, a signi cant interaction based on one dependent variable (such as time) may not be present on a transformation of that variable (such as speed). Summary Measures A measure of behavior is usually conceptualized as containing a true value plus random error. The random error is assumed to have a mean of zero and a symmetrical (usually normal) distribution with some standard deviation. If one examines the original measure of behavior, the true value can be lost in the random variability. To reduce this random variability, a measure of central tendency is used. The typical measure is the mean or the median, but variants of these measures of central tendency are sometimes used. The median provides a way to reduce the effects of outliers. The measure
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