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81. Application of Artificial Intelligence for Preoperative Diagnostic and Prognostic Prediction in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer Based on Blood Biomarkers. (Abstract)

Application of Artificial Intelligence for Preoperative Diagnostic and Prognostic Prediction in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer Based on Blood Biomarkers. Purpose: We aimed to develop an ovarian cancer-specific predictive framework for clinical stage, histotype, residual tumor burden, and prognosis using machine learning methods based on multiple biomarkers.Experimental Design: Overall, 334 patients with epithelial ovarian cancer (EOC) and 101 patients with benign ovarian tumors were randomly (...) assigned to "training" and "test" cohorts. Seven supervised machine learning classifiers, including Gradient Boosting Machine (GBM), Support Vector Machine, Random Forest (RF), Conditional RF (CRF), Naïve Bayes, Neural Network, and Elastic Net, were used to derive diagnostic and prognostic information from 32 parameters commonly available from pretreatment peripheral blood tests and age.Results: Machine learning techniques were superior to conventional regression-based analyses in predicting multiple

2019 Clinical Cancer Research Controlled trial quality: uncertain

82. Mobile Internet Telephony Improves Speech Intelligibility and Quality for Cochlear Implant Recipients. (Abstract)

was considered. Volunteers with less than 50% aided monosyllabic word discrimination were excluded.Smartphone communication was changed from GSM to VoIP on two separate devices (A and B).Speech intelligibility was assessed with the Hochmair-Shulz-Moser (HSM) test in noise, speech quality with the mean opinion score (MOS) survey and the perceptual evaluation of speech quality (PESQ) algorithm.With device A, the mean HSM scores were 64.40% ± 32.41 with GSM and 77.28% ± 21.60 with VoIP (p = 0.0573). 66.7 (...) Mobile Internet Telephony Improves Speech Intelligibility and Quality for Cochlear Implant Recipients. The objective of this study was to investigate the benefit of mobile Voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) over conventional mobile phone calls (Global System for Mobile Communications, GSM) on speech intelligibility and quality for cochlear implant (CI) recipients.Cross-sectional, prospective.Tertiary referral center.A volunteer sample of experienced, German-speaking, adult CI recipients

2019 Otology and Neurotology

83. What bridges the gap between emotional intelligence and suicide risk in victims of bullying? A moderated mediation study. (Abstract)

What bridges the gap between emotional intelligence and suicide risk in victims of bullying? A moderated mediation study. Recent research has demonstrated that victims of bullying report serious problems, such as depression, which heighten the risk of suicide. Emotional intelligence (EI) has been increasingly recognized as a protective factor, but little is known about the mechanisms underlying the relation between EI and suicide risk in victims. This study aimed to test a theoretical model

2019 Journal of Affective Disorders

84. Childhood intelligence in relation to major causes of death in 68 year follow-up: prospective population study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

(by 16-58%) the association of intelligence with outcome rates.Conclusions In a whole national population year of birth cohort followed over the life course from age 11 to age 79, higher scores on a well validated childhood intelligence test were associated with lower risk of mortality ascribed to coronary heart disease and stroke, cancers related to smoking (particularly lung and stomach), respiratory diseases, digestive diseases, injury, and dementia.Published by the BMJ Publishing Group Limited (...) Childhood intelligence in relation to major causes of death in 68 year follow-up: prospective population study. Objectives To examine the association between intelligence measured in childhood and leading causes of death in men and women over the life course.Design Prospective cohort study based on a whole population of participants born in Scotland in 1936 and linked to mortality data across 68 years of follow-up.Setting Scotland.Participants 33 536 men and 32 229 women who were participants

2017 BMJ

85. The Last Mile: Where Artificial Intelligence Meets Reality. Full Text available with Trip Pro

development through to eventual deployment, there are strong reasons to take a more agile approach, iteratively developing and testing artificial intelligence within the context in which it finally will be used.©Enrico Coiera. Originally published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (http://www.jmir.org), 08.11.2019. (...) The Last Mile: Where Artificial Intelligence Meets Reality. Although much effort is focused on improving the technical performance of artificial intelligence, there are compelling reasons to focus more on the implementation of this technology class to solve real-world applications. In this "last mile" of implementation lie many complex challenges that may make technically high-performing systems perform poorly. Instead of viewing artificial intelligence development as a linear one of algorithm

2019 Journal of medical Internet research

86. A Virtual Counseling Application Using Artificial Intelligence for Communication Skills Training in Nursing Education: Development Study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

A Virtual Counseling Application Using Artificial Intelligence for Communication Skills Training in Nursing Education: Development Study. The ability of nursing undergraduates to communicate effectively with health care providers, patients, and their family members is crucial to their nursing professions as these can affect patient outcomes. However, the traditional use of didactic lectures for communication skills training is ineffective, and the use of standardized patients is not time (...) - or cost-effective. Given the abilities of virtual patients (VPs) to simulate interactive and authentic clinical scenarios in secured environments with unlimited training attempts, a virtual counseling application is an ideal platform for nursing students to hone their communication skills before their clinical postings.The aim of this study was to develop and test the use of VPs to better prepare nursing undergraduates for communicating with real-life patients, their family members, and other health

2019 Journal of medical Internet research

87. Survey: Emotional intelligence: enhancing value-based practice and compassionate care in nursing Full Text available with Trip Pro

. This study provides a foundation for further research on emotional intelligence measures and successful graduation from nursing school as well as postgraduation success. Context Nursing school admission officers and educators alike have expressed growing interest in criteria for admission to nursing school beyond those traditionally used (standardised testing scores and previous academic achievement). This interest has grown in a care climate where a greater need for human-centred caring (the patient's (...) experience of being cared for) over and above instrumental caring (nursing care activities) has been identified. Findings from this longitudinal study by Rankin demonstrated a correlation between emotional intelligence (EI) measures at admission to nursing school with academic retention as well as clinical and academic performance during the first year of nursing school. Methods This study tested the hypothesis that EI predicts first year nursing school programme outcomes that included retention

2015 Evidence-Based Nursing

88. Latent TB infection (LTBI): testing and treatment

Latent TB infection (LTBI): testing and treatment Latent TB infection testing and treatment programme Technical guidance and specification Latent TB infection testing and treatment programme: technical guidance and specification 2 About Public Health England Public Health England exists to protect and improve the nation’s health and wellbeing, and reduce health inequalities. We do this through world-leading science, knowledge and intelligence, advocacy, partnerships and the delivery (...) PHE publications PHE supports the UN gateway number: GW-404 Sustainable Development Goals Latent TB infection testing and treatment programme: technical guidance and specification 3 Contents About Public Health England 2 1. Background 4 1.1 Programme monitoring 4 1.2 Eligibility 4 1.3 Testing 5 1.4 Treatment 5 2. Aim of document 6 3. Data flow process 7 3.1 Testing data 7 3.2 Community/secondary care/treatment data collection 8 3.3 LTBI data excel template 8 3.4 Laboratory data 8 4. Data extract

2019 Public Health England

89. Intelligent Condition Diagnosis Method Based on Adaptive Statistic Test Filter and Diagnostic Bayesian Network Full Text available with Trip Pro

Intelligent Condition Diagnosis Method Based on Adaptive Statistic Test Filter and Diagnostic Bayesian Network A new fault diagnosis method for rotating machinery based on adaptive statistic test filter (ASTF) and Diagnostic Bayesian Network (DBN) is presented in this paper. ASTF is proposed to obtain weak fault features under background noise, ASTF is based on statistic hypothesis testing in the frequency domain to evaluate similarity between reference signal (noise signal) and original signal

2016 Sensors (Basel, Switzerland)

90. Assessment of the Speech Intelligibility Performance of Post Lingual Cochlear Implant Users at Different Signal-to-Noise Ratios Using the Turkish Matrix Test Full Text available with Trip Pro

Assessment of the Speech Intelligibility Performance of Post Lingual Cochlear Implant Users at Different Signal-to-Noise Ratios Using the Turkish Matrix Test Spoken word recognition and speech perception tests in quiet are being used as a routine in assessment of the benefit which children and adult cochlear implant users receive from their devices. Cochlear implant users generally demonstrate high level performances in these test materials as they are able to achieve high level speech (...) perception ability in quiet situations. Although these test materials provide valuable information regarding Cochlear Implant (CI) users' performances in optimal listening conditions, they do not give realistic information regarding performances in adverse listening conditions, which is the case in the everyday environment.The aim of this study was to assess the speech intelligibility performance of post lingual CI users in the presence of noise at different signal-to-noise ratio with the Matrix Test

2016 Balkan medical journal

91. Higher emotional intelligence is related to lower test anxiety among students Full Text available with Trip Pro

Higher emotional intelligence is related to lower test anxiety among students For students attending university courses, experiencing test anxiety (TA) dramatically impairs cognitive performance and success at exams. Whereas TA is a specific case of social phobia, emotional intelligence (EI) is an umbrella term covering interpersonal and intrapersonal skills, along with positive stress management, adaptability, and mood. In the present study, we tested the hypothesis that higher EI and lower TA

2016 Neuropsychiatric disease and treatment

92. Survey of Expert Opinion on Intelligence: Causes of International Differences in Cognitive Ability Tests Full Text available with Trip Pro

Survey of Expert Opinion on Intelligence: Causes of International Differences in Cognitive Ability Tests Following Snyderman and Rothman (1987, 1988), we surveyed expert opinions on the current state of intelligence research. This report examines expert opinions on causes of international differences in student assessment and psychometric IQ test results. Experts were surveyed about the importance of culture, genes, education (quantity and quality), wealth, health, geography, climate, politics (...) , modernization, sampling error, test knowledge, discrimination, test bias, and migration. The importance of these factors was evaluated for diverse countries, regions, and groups including Finland, East Asia, sub-Saharan Africa, Southern Europe, the Arabian-Muslim world, Latin America, Israel, Jews in the West, Roma (gypsies), and Muslim immigrants. Education was rated by N = 71 experts as the most important cause of international ability differences. Genes were rated as the second most relevant factor

2016 Frontiers in psychology

93. Testing Relations of Crystallized and Fluid Intelligence and the Incremental Predictive Validity of Conscientiousness and Its Facets on Career Success in a Small Sample of German and Swiss Workers Full Text available with Trip Pro

Testing Relations of Crystallized and Fluid Intelligence and the Incremental Predictive Validity of Conscientiousness and Its Facets on Career Success in a Small Sample of German and Swiss Workers This study examined the relation of fluid and crystallized intelligence with extrinsic (occupational skill level, income) and intrinsic (job satisfaction) career success as well as the incremental predictive validity of conscientiousness and its facets. Participants (N = 121) completed the Reynolds (...) Intellectual Assessment Scales (RIAS), the Revised NEO Personality Inventory (NEO-PI-R), and reported their occupational skill level, income, and job satisfaction. Results revealed that crystallized intelligence was positively related to occupational skill level, but not to income. The association of crystallized intelligence and job satisfaction was negative and stronger for the lowest occupational skill level, whereas it was non-significant for higher levels. Fluid intelligence showed no association

2016 Frontiers in psychology

94. In Silico Testing of an Artificial-Intelligence-Based Artificial Pancreas Designed for Use in the Intensive Care Unit Setting Full Text available with Trip Pro

In Silico Testing of an Artificial-Intelligence-Based Artificial Pancreas Designed for Use in the Intensive Care Unit Setting Effective glucose control in the intensive care unit (ICU) setting has the potential to decrease morbidity and mortality rates which should in turn lead to decreased health care expenditures. Current ICU-based glucose controllers are mathematically derived, and tend to be based on proportional integral derivative (PID) or model predictive control (MPC). Artificial (...) intelligence (AI)-based closed loop glucose controllers may have the ability to achieve control that improves on the results achieved by either PID or MPC controllers.We conducted an in silico analysis of an AI-based glucose controller designed for use in the ICU setting. This controller was tested using a mathematical model of the ICU patient's glucose-insulin system. A total of 126 000 unique 5-day simulations were carried out, resulting in 107 million glucose values for analysis.For the 7 control ranges

2016 Journal of diabetes science and technology

95. Cognitive differences between orang-utan species: a test of the cultural intelligence hypothesis Full Text available with Trip Pro

Cognitive differences between orang-utan species: a test of the cultural intelligence hypothesis Cultural species can - or even prefer to - learn their skills from conspecifics. According to the cultural intelligence hypothesis, selection on underlying mechanisms not only improves this social learning ability but also the asocial (individual) learning ability. Thus, species with systematically richer opportunities to socially acquire knowledge and skills should over time evolve to become more (...) intelligent. We experimentally compared the problem-solving ability of Sumatran orang-utans (Pongo abelii), which are sociable in the wild, with that of the closely related, but more solitary Bornean orang-utans (P. pygmaeus), under the homogeneous environmental conditions provided by zoos. Our results revealed that Sumatrans showed superior innate problem-solving skills to Borneans, and also showed greater inhibition and a more cautious and less rough exploration style. This pattern is consistent

2016 Scientific reports

96. Process Overlap Theory and First Principles of Intelligence Testing Full Text available with Trip Pro

Process Overlap Theory and First Principles of Intelligence Testing The purpose of this comment is to put the Process Overlap Theory of Kovacs and Conway in the broadest possible context. I will briefly discuss the nature of intelligence testing and then relate it to the theory under consideration before making a few concluding comments.

2016 Psychological inquiry

97. Performance on the Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test-2 by Children with Williams Syndrome Full Text available with Trip Pro

Performance on the Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test-2 by Children with Williams Syndrome We describe the performance of 292 4- to 17-year-olds with Williams syndrome (WS) on the Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test-2 (KBIT-2; Kaufman & Kaufman, 2004). Mean IQ Composite, Verbal standard score (SS), and Nonverbal SS were in the borderline range relative to the general population, with variability similar to the general population. Correlations between SSs and CA were close to 0, with no significant sex

2016 American journal on intellectual and developmental disabilities

98. Development of an Intelligent POWER Rehabilitation Cluster Machine and Its Clinical Testing and Assessment

Development of an Intelligent POWER Rehabilitation Cluster Machine and Its Clinical Testing and Assessment Development of an Intelligent POWER Rehabilitation Cluster Machine and Its Clinical Testing and Assessment - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100 (...) ). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Development of an Intelligent POWER Rehabilitation Cluster Machine and Its Clinical Testing and Assessment The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02685839 Recruitment Status : Unknown Verified May 2016 by Taipei Veterans General Hospital

2016 Clinical Trials

99. The effect of the emotional intelligence education programme on quality of life in haemodialysis patients. Full Text available with Trip Pro

behavioural changes, the patients filled out the data collection tools six and 12weeks after the completion of the education programme.The mean score of quality of life in the intervention group was 39.94±15.88 in pre-test, 44.87±16.04 six weeks and 52.47±16.07 at the 12weeks after the intervention (p=0.032).The consideration of emotional intelligence educational strategies by nurses requires its incorporation into pre-qualifying nursing degrees and professional development programmes. Nurse managers need (...) The effect of the emotional intelligence education programme on quality of life in haemodialysis patients. This study investigated the effect of the emotional intelligence education programme on quality of life of haemodialysis patients.Nurses need knowledge development regarding the impact of educational strategies on patients' quality of life suffering from chronic diseases.A pragmatic quasi-randomized controlled trial was conducted with 47 haemodialysis patients attending a university

2018 Applied nursing research : ANR Controlled trial quality: uncertain

100. Increases in Emotional Intelligence After an Online Training Program Are Associated With Better Decision-Making on the Iowa Gambling Task. (Abstract)

aspects of the environment ( n = 30). Compared to placebo, participants in the emotional intelligence training group showed increased performance on the total emotional intelligence score of the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test, a performance measure of emotional intelligence, as well as subscales of perceiving emotions and facilitating thought. Moreover, after emotional intelligence training, but not after placebo training, individuals displayed the ability to arrive at optimal (...) ., the point in the task when implicit task learning is thought to have occurred). Greater total improvements in performance on the Iowa Gambling Task from pre- to posttraining in the emotional intelligence training group were also positively correlated with pre- to posttraining changes in Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test scores, in particular with changes in the ability to perceive emotions. The present study provides preliminary evidence that emotional intelligence can be trained

2018 Psychological reports Controlled trial quality: uncertain

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