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Optimal foraging theory predicts that this bee will forage in a way that will maximize its hive's net yield of energy. Optimal foraging theory (OFT) is a model that helps predict how an animal behaves when ..... Kacelnik et al. wanted to determine if this species does indeed optimize net energy gain per unit time as hypothesized.

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Such an outcome is more likely in individuals with high IQs (Howlin et al 2004; ... head circumference growth in children with persistent ASD vs. those with OO. .... inferential language, history, as well as structural and functional imaging will be ...

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Nov 10, 2015 ... Although the utility of the PAI approach will need to be evaluated in prospective research, this ... Predicting Optimal Outcomes in Cognitive Therapy or Interpersonal .... Luty et al. compared the effectiveness of CT and IPT for major ... In this paper, patients are matched to treatment (CT versus IPT) using a ...

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Researchers of the study refer to this as an “optimal outcome” (OO). ... brief summary of the characteristics which qualified a subject with ASD for the Fein et al. study: ... As clinicians, we noted this disparity in needs vs. services and over time, Social ... Disordered will also be a very nuanced group of socially challenged folks.

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Mar 30, 2014 ... Our definition of optimal outcome was similar to that of Helt et al. [16]. ..... We will discuss the inherent characteristics of children, families, and ...

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There is no way to predict how well children will respond to ... “Optimal outcomes” may also be associated with fewer psychiatric ... gender, nonverbal IQ) o Mean verbal IQ in HFA 104.4 vs OO 114.4 (p=0.008) .... Fein, Deborah, et al. "Optimal ...

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Validated Comprehensive Outcome Measures Will Aid Regulation ... Table 1 Table 1 shows that at 30 d, 66% of patients have optimum oncologic outcomes with an absence of major ... [2]Tyritzis, S.I., Hosseini, A., Collins, J. et al. ... F. Cruz , P. Van Kerrebroeck, V.W. Nitti, V. Khullar, S. Herschorn, M.B. Blauwet, and others.