Reactor Kinetics with the Group Diffusion Model

“ks's *** n.d. l + s: °k's "k" where s: = geometric shielding parameter in g-th flux
group nk = concentration of k-th element “kg = microscopic cross section of k-th
element in g-th flux group. v -- - The summation convention has been used. We
sum ...

Author: Eugene L. Wachspress

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Neutron flux

Page: 20

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The Collected Mathematical Papers of Arthur Cayley

The system L , M , N , . . . may be termed a group - holding system , or simply a
holder ; and with reference to the two groups to which it gives rise , may be said
to hold on the nearer side the group L - L , L - M , L - N , . . . , and to hold on the ...

Author: Arthur Cayley

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page:

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Mustang Aces of the 357th Fighter Group

At Piryatin the group awaited its groundcrew, but none of them ever made it to the
base from Poltava. As a result, many of the Mustangs were filled with low-grade
fuel by Russian groundcrews, which made it hard for the machines to reach full ...

Author: Chris Bucholtz

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 184603986X

Category: History

Page: 96

View: 633

The 357th Fighter Group produced 42 aces, more than any other group within the USAAF. It was also the first group in the Eighth Air Force to be equipped with the P-51. Thanks to this fighter and the talented pilots assigned to the group (men such as Bud Anderson, Kit Carson, John England and Chuck Yeager) the 357th achieved a faster rate of aerial victories than any other Eighth Air Force group during the final year of the war. It also claimed the highest number of aerial kills – 56 – in a single mission. The group was awarded two Distinguished Unit Citations (the unit equivalent of the Medal of Honor). Written by Chris Bucholtz, this book is crammed full of first-hand accounts, superb photography and some of the most colorful profiles to be found in World War II aviation.

The Conclusions and Recommendations of the President s Working Group on Financial Markets

3 E. Margin B. Continuation of the Working Group All group members , except
CFTC Chairman Gramm , have concluded that legislation should be enacted to
provide for federal oversight of futures margins . In addition , I strongly believe
that ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Stock exchanges

Page: 183

View: 353


The Group Effect

Introduction Hornsey and his colleagues1 wrote, “Everybody can recognize
situations where they have been members – or leaders – of groups that have
been more or less cohesive, and the subjective experience of being in a
cohesive group ...

Author: John Bruhn

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781441903648

Category: Social Science

Page: 171

View: 885

Sociologists and anthropologists have had a long interest in studying the ways in which cultures shaped different patterns of health, disease, and mortality. Social scientists have documented low rates of chronic disease and disability in non-Western societies and have suggested that social stability, cultural homogeneity and social cohesion may play a part in explaining these low rates. On the other hand, in studies of Western societies, social scientists have found that disease and mortality assume different patterns among various ethnic, cultural and social-economic groups. The role of stress, social change and a low degree of cohesion have been suggested, along with other factors as contributing to the variable rates among different social groups. Social cohesion has been implicated in the cause and recovery from both physical and psychological illnesses. Although there has been a large amount of work established the beneficial effects of cohesion on health and well-being, relatively little work has focused on HOW increased social cohesion sustains or improves health. This work is based on the premise that there are risk factors, including social cohesion that regulate health and disease in groups. One of the challenges is how to measure social cohesion – it can be readily observed and experienced but difficult to quantify. A better understanding of how social cohesion works will be valuable to improving group-level interventions.

The Group as Therapist

This book took shape in my head over many years, and I am grateful to all those
who encouraged me in workingwith groups and breaking new ground. My thanks
to Drs Alan Edwards and Bruin Tammes, whose groups on the neurosis unit at ...

Author: Rachael Chazan

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 1853029068

Category: Psychology

Page: 206

View: 238

In this clear and accessible text, Rachael Chazan argues the case for the classical analytic group and demonstrates its potential benefits. She applies the model to couples and multiple family groups, and groups with psychotic and borderline personalities, using illustrations from her own extensive clinical experience.

The Group Approach To Leadership Testing

This circumscribes three important aspects of leadership function: the individual,
the group and the task: and indicates leadership as a functional relationship
between these three basic variables. In respect of the first two, it can only be
highly ...

Author: Harris, Henry

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136347526

Category: Psychology

Page: 300

View: 313

First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Group Counseling Handbook

CHAPTER 1 Why Do Groups ? A. therapist who sees an individual client for $
100 is generating less income that a therapist facilitating a group of twelve clients
at $ 25 each . Also , many clients who can't afford $ 100 for a therapy session can
 ...

Author: Christopher Seavey

Publisher: Kendall Hunt

ISBN: 9780787278038

Category: Medical

Page: 286

View: 409

If you have ever facilitated a group, you have then had the experience of being involved in a very powerful and dynamic setting. This book will show you the "how to" and provide innovative materials to keep the group process going in a positive and eclectic manner.

The Group

My mother introduced me to The Group when I was a teenager. Knowing I
wanted to be a novelist, my mother often gave me books by contemporary female
writers ('contemporary' meaning written sometime between 1900 and the mid-
1970s.) ...

Author: Mary McCarthy

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0748126937

Category: Fiction

Page: 448

View: 882

THE GROUP follows eight graduates from exclusive Vassar College as they find love and heartbreak, forge careers, gossip and party in 1930s Manhattan. THE GROUP can be seen as the original SEX AND THE CITY. It is the first novel to frankly portray women's real lives, exploring subjects such as sex, contraception, motherhood and marriage.


The Group in Society

In conjunction with the group's task, development (history and shared experience
), and member characteristics, the group's structure (procedures, arrangement,
etc.) then exerts influence on group members' interactions. Key elements of
group ...

Author: John Gastil

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1412924685

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 307

View: 176

The Group in Society meets the challenges of teaching courses on small groups by revealing the full complexity of small groups and their place in society. It shows students the value of learning how to carefully study a group's history and context, rather than merely learning a fixed set of group participation skills. This text brings together disparate theories and research (from communication, social psychology, organizational and managerial studies, and sociology) in a way that helps students make sense of a complex body of scholarship on groups. Features & Benefits Part I – Theorizing Groups: builds a strong theoretical foundation, exploring social theory and the group, forming and joining groups, the life and death of the group, and changing society through group life Part II – Understanding Groups in Context: explores the histories, purposes, memberships of a variety of groups—including juries, families, executive committees, study groups, and political action groups—thus enabling the student reader to speak clearly about group formation, norms, roles, tasks, and relationships. Detailed end-of-chapter case studies explicitly connect with the concepts, theories, and empirical findings introduced in each respective chapter; examples include the powerful group bonds of the modern terrorist cell; the wired network of groups in the anti-Globalization movement; and the deliberation of a jury in a murder trial Teaching & Learning Ancillaries Teaching resources are available at www.groupinsociety.org and include chapter summaries, discussion questions, and practical applications; a sample course schedule; Embedded Systems Framework PowerPoint slides; group project assignments, group project worksheets, and a group project description and contract; and links to useful Web resources such as small group teaching resources and active wikis on small groups. An open-access student study site at www.sagepub.com/gastilstudy features e-flashcards, practice quizzes, and other resources to help students enhance their comprehension and improve their grade.

The Group Theatre

he late Helen Krich Chinoy (1922–2010), born to Ukrainian immigrants in
Newark, NJ, became one of our most distinguished American theater scholars
and devoted over three decades to her study of the Group Theatre. This was a
natural ...

Author: Helen Krich Chinoy

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137294604

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 283

View: 827

The Group Theatre , a groundbreaking ensemble collective, started the careers of many top American theatre artists of the twentieth century and founded what became known as Method Acting. This book is the definitive history, based on over thirty years of research and interviews by the foremost theatre scholar of the time period, Helen Chinoy.

Psychotherapeutic Change Through the Group Process

orphanage background were groundless, he used the group setting to speculate
about the possible consequences of revealing his true background outside the
group. At this point, his primary concern was no longer the initial fear that others ...

Author: Dorothy Stock Whitaker

Publisher: Transaction Publishers

ISBN: 020236836X

Category: Social Science

Page: 305

View: 427

Psychotherapeutic Change through the Group Process discusses the relation between the properties of groups and therapeutic change. The purpose is to develop a view of groups that accounts for the diversity, complexity, and fluidity of the group situation. The view examines the group in depth, attending not only to overt events, but also to covert aspects of specific situations. The work addresses manifest behaviors, underlying motivations; and the cognitive, rational aspects of the group. It explores the intense affect which may be generated under conditions of group interaction; not merely to the group or individual, but to the individual in the group and to the group as the context for personal experience and change. The research presented here was initially explored in small group studies. Separate investigations considered the ways in which patients and therapists view group events, the nature of deviation, and the development of group standards. They consider factors associated with therapeutic improvement and therapeutic failure; and characteristic concerns of early sessions. These, plus several discussions of theory and methodology have been published separately. The authors' working procedure has been to study intensively a relatively small number of groups, relying upon careful observation of natural groups rather than upon laboratory experimentation. The overall effort has been to understand the processes of therapy groups in all their clinical richness and intricacy and yet to impose a scientific discipline and control on our analyses. This has meant a continuing attempt to develop appropriate analytic procedures so that clinical analyses can be as firmly rooted as possible in concrete data and reproducible methods. This book is a unique effort at the scientific grounding of social work practice. Dorothy Stock Whitaker is professor of social work at York University. She is author of Emotional Dynamics and Group Culture: Experimental Studies of Individual and Group Behavior and Using Groups to Help People. Morton A. Lieberman is professor of psychiatry and director of the Aging and Mental Health Program at the University of California, San Francisco. He is also director of the Alzheimer's Center at the university and is regarded as a leading expert in the fields of psychology of aging and group therapy.

The Group

Belonging to the group. Conforming. Accepting. Fitting in. Belonging. All that
potential subverted, perverted, warped and channelled into narrow little tracks
that we call career or lifestyle. We're being controlled by our own desires, and
those ...

Author: Ravinder Chahal

Publisher: Osiris Press Ltd

ISBN: 1905315015

Category:

Page: 184

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The Group is a book that talks to people who are successful in an economy that they do not believe in. Aimed at those for whom it is fashionable to be knowing, it tells the story of Khaled, an arch-cynic for whom everyone is a fake or a loser. The only problem is Khaled has done very little himself that he can be proud of and is beginning to bore himself. Faced with the prospect of drifting through life in obscurity he dreams up a satirical scam to reveal how easily people can be manipulated, and how thin their dreams and aspirations are. But rather than escape The Group, his scam only serves to show how hollow he has become, and how he needs to completely recalibrate his own life. The Group is a dark and wickedly funny book, a modern media satire about people who tell lies and people who believe them.

The Group as an Object of Desire

INTRODUCTION The group as an object of desire refers to the passionate group,
a group in which there is a high level of commitment and involvement, in which
there are intense experiences of closeness and intimacy, and in which there are
 ...

Author: Morris Nitsun

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135446059

Category: Psychology

Page: 320

View: 875

Why do people find it so difficult to talk openly about sex? In this original and ground-breaking book, Morris Nitsun argues that desire and sexuality are key components of human experience that have been marginalized in the group psychotherapy literature. Drawing on theory from psychoanalysis, developmental psychology and sociology, while keeping the group firmly in focus, he creates a picture of the potential in group therapy for the most intimate narrative. Highlighting current concerns about sexual identity, boundary transgression and what constitutes effective psychotherapy, detailed clinical illustrations cover areas such as: The erotic connection The dissociation of desire The group as witness Erotic transference and counter-transference Psychotherapists and all those interested in sexual development and diversity will value the challenging approach to sexuality this book offers.

Counselor and The Group

CHAPTER Group Member l1 Nature, Roles, and Behaviors The most valuable
resources a counseling group has at its disposal are its members. The members
are crucial to the success of the group and it is imperative that group leaders ...

Author: James P. Trotzer

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1134940173

Category: Psychology

Page: 850

View: 818

The third edition of this text is expanded and embellished by the addition of chapters by noted group experts. It is logically organized into chapters that present the merits, rationale, dynamics, process and developmental tasks of group counseling. It discusses leader and member dynamics in depth, provides technical guidance for organizing and running groups, and gives special emphasis to the use of structured activities in groups and the relevance of family theory as a resource to group leaders. Readers will not only learn about groups but will learn how to lead groups. The group process model presented is explained clearly using language and diagrams that are easy to follow. The activities at the end of each chapter provide an experiential extension to the content so that readers can internalize and apply concepts. The book is intended to be a hands-on tool that will give credence to groups as a helping process in which clients learn to solve personal and interpersonal problems, learn and grow in personally meaningful ways.