Associative-semantic network principle of human mental thesaurus organization
... an endeavor to analyze the outcomes of the celebrated experiment Violin, expressing the structure of associative-semantic links in human brain. Based upon evidence gained from objective neurophysiological methods, certain dictionary articles of the Associative Thesaurus of the Russian Language have thus been analyzed. A comparative analysis of behavioral experiments is offered based on which associative dictionaries have been compiled-alongside with objective experiments of the data of natural sciences....
Power rating of flares power burning associated gas by processing satellite images MODIS
Described modified method for estimating flares power of burning associated gas by processing satellite images MODIS. The program complex estimates associated flared gas volume for a given torch unit and licensed areas within the selected calendar periods. The methodology and software system tested for the most powerful ...
Hemozoin accumulation associated with Opisthorchis felineus infection and the analysis of its role in changing the bile ducts microbiota
... methods of parasite diagnostics and treatment. It is known that hemozoin is produced by parasites causing schistosomiasis and malaria. Recent research has shown that hemozoin is produced by the hepatic trematode Opisthorchis felineus, but the effects associated with the presence of hemozoin in the bile ducts of the host have not been studied yet. The authors compare the concentration of hemozoin in various organs of animals and study the ability of the O. felineus hemozoin to modify the bile ducts ...
Acute renal failure and acute kidney injury: The historical aspects of the syndromes
... the renal failure concept from antiquity to the present. The authors define the term ‘acute renal failure’ and ‘acute kidney injury’. The article presents a classification of these diseases. It is shown that the development of renal failure is associated with a significant increase in age-independent mortality. The main biomarker of a kidney injury, which may be elevated in patients with ischemic heart disease, is creatinine.
1. Rea M. E., Dunlap M. E. Renal hemodynamics in heart failure: ...
Determination of hyperglycemia in patients with acute coronary syndrome
... figures of systolic blood pressure of 140—160 mm Hg; and a body mass index of 30 kg / m2, total blood serum cholesterol 6.0—6.5 mmol / l and an ejection fraction of 30—40 %. The article concluded that developing hyperglycemia in patients with ACS is associated with both risk factors of ACS, and with the manifestation and prognosis of this pathology.
1. Бондарь И. А., Климонтов В. В. Антиоксиданты в лечении и профилактике сахарного ...
Another Critical Idealism of Hermann Cohen
... as opposed to the idealism of the subject. According to Cohen, thinking is shaped in the course of making judgments. Judgment determines the ratio between two different concepts; therefore, Cohen defines judgment as an act of ‘separation’ and ‘association’. This means that the judgment is an act of generation through the variable directions of separation and association. Thus, the Marburg philosopher defines discursive thinking as a correlation between separation and association. Therefore,...
The International Association of Teachers of Russian Language and Literature and its Activity in the Baltic Sea States
The article offers general information about the International Association of Teachers of Russian Language and Literature (MAPRYAL) and its main lines of activity. The authors focus on the activity of MAPRYAL in the Baltic Sea States offering a detailed description of the International Festival of Russian Language ...
Cultural Islam in Northern Europe
... forces promoting the cultural Islam project position it as an antidote for political and radical Islam. At the same time, the main factor preventing the legitimation of cultural Islam across immigrant Moslem groups (or, more precisely, communities, i.e. associations of people originating from countries where Muslims predominate) is the relevant isolatedness of those groups and their commitment to the Ummah. The novelty of research into how Islam and culture interact within those groups is closely associated ...
Strongly associated threefold distributions of projective space
... only or equipping distributions taken separately. Research was carried out by G. F. Laptev method. Determinations of the H -distributionand existence theorems are given in the frame of zero order. Requiring that Λ-, L-, E-distribution were mutually associated we introduce a special class of threefold distributions, which we call strongly associated distributions or SH -distribution. Definition of SH -distribution is given in the frame of the 1st order and the existence theorem is proved.
Social conflicts as seen by residents of Saint Petersburg: An empirical study
This article describes the attitudes of Saint Petersburg residents to social conflicts. The author analyses their assessments of danger associated with social tension in the Russian society. This tension becomes particularly pronounced during the time of economic, social, and political turbulence. The research aims to examine the existing threats and identify opportunities for reducing ...
Normal generalized affine connection associated with the Grassman-like manifold of centred planes
In projective space a Grassman-like manifold of centred planes is considered. The normal affine connection, associated with the manifold, is set in generalized fibering. Field of the affine connection object defines torsion and curvature tensors contained one elementary and one simple subtensor every. A canonical case of normal generalized affine connection ...
Functions of somatisms in the poetry of B. Pasternak
The article analyzes the somatic vocabulary in the poetry of B. Pasternak. It is concluded that the poet actively uses the words of this semantic class that is associated with some peculiarities of his world perception. The quantitative analysis of somatic elements shows that more than 100 somatisms are used in the poet's lyrics. Of these, the words associated with visual perception (eyes, pupil, etc.) are most ...
The Relationship between Heart Rhythm Variability and the Heart Rate in Adolescents and Young Adults
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The biblical anthoponyms Jospeh the All-comely and Mary Magdelene in Marina Tsvetaeva’s poetic interpretation
This paper studies the informative and associative aspects of the precedent biblical anthroponyms Jospeh the All-comely and Mary Magdalene as units of Marina Tsvetaeva’s personosphere. The author characterizes the text formation and pragmatic functions of the mentioned anthroponyms in Tsevtaeva’s ...
Young ‘s body mass index and its im¬pact on the frequency and variability of the heart rhythm at quiet and after phy¬sical load
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Freud’s cognitive and linguistic insights in the theory of dream interpretation
... ‘touching points’ of S. Freud’s theory of dream in¬terpretation and modern cognitive linguistics. The authors stress the relevance of such lin¬guistic transformations as metaphor, metonymy, symbolisation, paronymy, homonymy, language game, and associative networks for Freud’s theory. Moreover, polysemy, initial context conditions, and the transfer of content from one coding into another — from the iconic image system into the symbolic conceptual one — also play an important role in dream ...
European and Eurasian integration: similarities and differences
... research is the comparative analysis. It is noted that the economic integration of countries in the post-Soviet space follows the path of the European Union in terms of adopting the organization principles. However, despite some similarities, integration associations have significant differences in the starting conditions, motives and context of integration, and the tools and mechanisms for its implementation. The authors conclude that the implementation of certain fundamental principles of constructing ...
The goecological seismic risk associated with the construction of an underground gas storage in the Kaliningrad region
This article justifies the methodology for assessing the geoecological seismic risk associated with the construction of the Kaliningrad Underground Gas Storage (KUGS). A modified Leopold matrix helped obtain semi-quantitative seismic safety estimate for the object under consideration. The risk assessment is taken into account when developing ...
A semicanonical normal affine connection associated with the distribution
In manydimensional projective space distribution of planes is considered. The way of giving normal generalized affine connection associated with the distribution is proposed. It is shown that this connection is given by connection tensor and normal linear connection object. They define its curvature and torsion tensors. Semicanonical case is investigated when subtensor of the connection ...
Scenarios of increasing the economic efficiency of the Kaliningrad regional transport system
... intermediate, investment, and consumer goods (as defined in the International Classification for Broad Economic Categories ICT BEC-4). Our calculations show that higher value added and greater economic efficiency of a regional transport system are associated with re-orientation towards investment and consumer goods. The most visible effect is associated with rail and road transport. As to sea transport, the decisive role is played by an increase in the physical volume of cargo handled. The results ...
The category of the psychosomatic in the psychological discourse of the 20th century
... various psychogenic factors of development and understood as a form of soma-tization of affective or psychopathological conditions. The author addresses the theoretical and methodological problems of modern understanding of psycho-somatic disorders associated with the multiplicity of their psychological mod-els, criteria for the presence/absence of organic disorders, and the possibilities of compensation and reverse development. The article also focuses on the psy-chosocial risk factors for pathogenesis ...
The concept of “network” in the system of basic concepts of regional economic geography
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Flupirtine in the complex therapy of diabetic polyneuropathy pain
... endorses PRAC recommendation. 28.06.2013 EMA/384191/2013.
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Mythologization of the city in the works of B. Schulz and F. Kafka
... the city in Kafka's works, while for B.Schultz the connection between nature and spirituality of the city returns the author to the idea of the mythical alfa and omega of life. The article describes the image of the city-labyrinth which both authors associate with the motif of wandering whereas the cathedral is associated with the paternal archetype.
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Cross-border cooperation between nongovernmental organisations in the Pomeranian and Warmian-Masurian voivodeships
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Personal determinants of somatic reactions in adolescents
The author discusses personal traits of adolescents and the development of somatic reactions. The author confirms numerous survey data concerning the association of dysfunctional personal characteristics and the severity of somatic symptoms in the adolescent population. Multiple regression analysis demonstrates that a high degree of somatic reactions are typical of adolescents with emotional instability ...
A cognitive approach to argumentation and message produc-tion
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Algorithm for creating conceptual metaphors
In modern science, metaphor is associated with human thinking. It is an important research issue in psycholinguistics and cognitive science. The analysis of the formation of a conceptual metaphor is relevant since it is a phenomenon associated with cognitive and conceptual processes; ...
Frame approach to analysing the semantisation of the biblical quasi-anthroponym prodigal son in the language of Russian poetry
... the biblical text. The study proposes a new methodology for analysing the biblical anthroponym in a poetic text.
The results obtained suggest that the realisation of the quasi-anthroponym prodigal son in Russian poetry texts of different periods is associated with either inheriting or transforming conceptual basic biblical meanings. If the basic frame scenario is executed with high precision, i.e. using a complete set of ideationally significant slots, the biblical quasi-anthroponym prodigal ...
Euroregions as a factor of successful international integration in modern conditions
... Europe. The authors employed the historical-descriptive approach and factual consideration of the cross-border and macro-regional level of interaction between European countries. The main results are as follows. The crisis in several EU countries is associated with a complex of causes that deplete the platform for multilateral cooperation in Europe. To a lesser extent, the crisis has affected the states that are actively involved in cross-border cooperation projects. The formation of European regions ...
Immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome (IRIS) in HIV-infected patients: risk factors, clinical features, outcomes, prevention
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Construction works impact on the vegetation in the сoastal zone of the Pregolya river in Kaliningrad
... modern structure of the Pregolya eco-systems. The research included standard methods of studying the aquatic vegetation. The lower current of the river Pregolya within the Kaliningrad city borders is studied for the period from 2013—2019. The associations are named in the traditions of the dominant system. It is established that the total number of species in the direct impact zone and downstream has remained the same. However, the structure of plant communities and their species composition ...
‘Genuine criticism’: An unknown reception of Kant’s philosophy in early works of Schopenhauer
... at the time, Schopenhauer believed his vision of objectives and essence of philosophy to be a direct continuation of Kant’s philosophy, the central objective being the construction of metaphysics of a science responsible for the conceptual grasping associated with cognizing the divine and supersensible. Schopenhauer called such science ‘genuine criticism’ and the faculty of supersensible cognition a ‘better consciousness’. Fourthly, Schopenhauer’s alteration of Kant’s epistemology related ...
Territorial Framework for Local Community Organization
... we study the features of localities at a regional level, namely, the formation of vernacular areas. We conclude that neighbourhood, which requires consolidation to improve the living environment, is manifested today in new forms including owners’ associations.
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Specific ways to interpret the biblical expressions paradise and hell in the headings of aphoristic definitions
This paper describes ways to interpret the lexemes paradise and hell in definition-like aphorisms resembling a dictionary entry. These definitions use both traditional universal ways to interprets words and specific ones, in particular, association, antonymy-based distinction, repetition-based distinction, and formal signalling. When association is invoked, the lexemes paradise and hell are interpreted based on metaphorical convergence and metonymic adjacency. Antonymy-based distinction ...
The ‘border’ concept in ‘Das Provisorium’ by W. Hilbig
In this article the author attempts to outline some of the problems associated with the concept of border’ in contemporary German literature
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Emotional and receptive-axiological aspects of the speech act of threat in everyday conflict communication in Russian
... of threat is an instrument of influence exerted on the listener. Its effectiveness depends on the strength of the negative emotions of anxiety, fear, etc. initiated in the listener. At the same time, the production of threatening statements is often associated with the speaker's emotional state, which in some cases can serve as a catalyst for imperative influence. The speech act of threat, being an element of conflict discourse, contradicts the traditional principles of productive communication ...
The population structure and the growth of the bivalve mollusc Ruditapes philippinarum in Amur bay (the Sea of Japan)
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The Role of the Sublime in Kant’s Religion: Moral Motivation and Empirical Possibility
... universal respect for the law — awakens the moral feeling of subjects in the sense of the possibility of overcoming one’s perverted nature; 2) as moral perfection it provides immediate transparency to the end goal of morality; 3) just as in the case of associative construction of empirical concepts, the sublime provides the prototype for association through which empirical acts are determined as moral ones; 4) the image of Christ also acts as motivator by encompassing said transparency and standard ...
Migration Flows in Europe: Space and Time Transformation
... nachale XXI veka: geoehkonomicheskij podhod [Evolution of the Russian economic space at the beginning of the century XXI: geo-economic approach], Vestnik Associacii rossijskih geografov-obshchestvovedov [Bulletin of Russian geographers, social scientists Association], no. 1, p. 258—268.
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Socially efficient entry barriers?
... reserves of competition incentives can be used to overcome the current negative economic tendencies. The lowering of entry barriers is traditionally considered a universal instrument of promoting competition. However, lower entry barriers can be mistakenly associated with bringing the market closer to the state of the so-called ‘perfect’ competition. The authors aim to show that the absence of entry barriers does not improve competition in certain markets. On the contrary, it may result in a decrease ...
Russian Socio-Economic Geography: Status, Challenges, Perspectives
... obrazovanie v oblasti obshhestvennoj geografii: problemy i zadachi [Research and education in the field of human geography: challenges], Vestnik Associacii rossijskih geografov-obshhestvovedov. Social'no-jekonomicheskaja geografija [Bulletin of the Association of Russian geographers, social scientists. Social and economic geography], no. 1(1), p. 22.
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‘A power of shuffled letters’: anagrams in the European culture of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
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The morphological features of the renal corpuscles in laboratory mice during a soluble silicon compound experiment
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Poland’s Foreign Policy Mechanisms: Legal Framework and Policy Analysis
... for devising Poland’s foreign policy strategy. Another focus is the contribution of local government to Poland’s foreign policy. The author describes the features of Poland’s foreign policy mechanism and emphasises its potential instability associated with a multi-tier decision-making procedure and blurred boundaries between foreign policy mandates conferred by the Constitution upon the government and president. The latter creates a potential for institutional conflict. It is stressed ...