Rumination is characterised by an effortless recurrent regurgitation of recently ingested food into the mouth, with consequent spitting and/or re-chewing and re-swallowing. A study with 28 patients detected the manoeuvre that causes regurgitation by measuring the electrical activity of the abdomen and chest muscles. Later, patients were able to suppress rumination.
The Chemical Ecology and Toxicology group at UAB analysed the concentration of certain molecules of the Senecio pterophorus shrub, which are toxic to vertebrates and invertebrates, in plants collected in their native environment and in three non-native environments, to determine whether changes in their own chemical composition and toxicity take place.
This study examines how design features in learning environments based on digital simulation regulate efficacy and learning transfer. The results indicate that high levels of user control, as well as feedback after the performance simulation, resulted in higher estimates of self-efficacy and knowledge transfer.
The challenge of promoting argumentation in a science class requires teachers to engage in critical reflection processes. In this research, we show how a participatory process of critical reflection on argumentation and its teaching with teachers changes their epistemic, didactic and conceptual conceptions on this competence as well as the structure and quality of their arguments.
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DL B.11870-2012 ISSN 2014-6388