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- ItemThematic Links Between the Historical and Prophetic Sections of Daniel(1989) Stefanović, Zdravko
- ItemFor the Asian First and Then for the Westerner(1990) Stefanović, Zdravko
- ItemThe Transition from Nonoral to Oral Feeding in Children(1991) Dunbar-Smalley, Sandra; Jarvis, Ada H.; Breyer, MartyIn this single-subject study, an evaluation was completed to determine the effect of occupational therapy intervention on the oral intake of 3 children who had their nutritional needs met by nonoral methods prior to the administration of an oral feeding program. Treatment consisted of a gradual increase of food presentation with the application of behavioral management methods and the presentation of developmentally appropriate play activities. Oral intake was measured during baseline and intervention phases to establish the effect of intervention. An analysis indicated an increase in oral intake in the intervention phase in 2 of the 3 children. The results, that occupational therapy intervention can increase the oral intake of children in transition from nonoral to oral feeding, might be strengthened through the replication of this study on larger populations.
- ItemYour Word is Truth(Philippine Publishing House, 1991) Stefanović, Zdravko
- ItemThe Aramaic of Daniel in the light of Old Aramaic(JOST Press, 1992) Stefanović, Zdravko
- ItemJacob's Well(Yale University Press, 1992) Stefanović, Zdravko
- ItemDaniel: A Book of Significant Reversals(1992) Stefanović, Zdravko
- ItemHiddekel(Yale University Press, 1992) Stefanović, Zdravko
- ItemBridging East and West: Joseph Wolff’s Vision of a Global Advent Mission(1000 Missionary Movement Publications, 1992) Stefanović, Zdravko; Fernandez, Gil G.
- ItemAdriatic Sea(Yale University Press, 1992) Stefanović, Zdravko
- Item“Go at Once!”: Thematic Reversals in the Book of Esther(1994) Stefanović, Zdravko
- ItemThe Great Reversal: Thematic Links between Genesis 2 and 3(1994) Stefanović, Zdravko
- Item“One Greater than the Temple”: The Sermon on the Mount in the Early Palestinian Liturgical Setting(1995) Stefanović, Zdravko
- ItemSpectrophotometric Determination of Bromate Ions Using Phenothiazines(1995) Farrell, E. Sebastian; Joa, J. F.; Pacey, Gilbert E.A highly sensitive spectrophotometric method for the determination of bromate ion is described. The method is based on the reduction of aqueous bromate ion by a phenothiazine in acidic conditions to produce a colored species. The method is suitable for bromate ion determination in the 1–700 μg/l range. For the most sensitive reagent, trifluoperazine, the limit of detection and limit of quantitation were calculated to be 0.67 and 2.25 μg/l, respectively.
- ItemDesign and Evaluation of a New Thermospray Liquid/Liquid Extractor for the Extraction of Semivolatile and Nonvolatile Organic Compounds from Water(1996) Farrell, E. Sebastian; Pacey, Gilbert E.The recovery of several semivolatile organic compounds (SVOCs) using a new thermospray liquid/liquid extractor (TSLLE) was investigated. The base system includes a 300 mL multiport extraction vessel, jacketed in a 500 mL cooling flask, a dual-stage condenser for progressive cooling, several thermospray probes, and solvent/sample delivery systems. Aqueous mixtures of SVOCs were used to evaluate the TSLLE. For most compounds, recovery values of 80−100% were obtained during a single cycle in <1 h. The design, evaluation, and extraction capability of the TSLLE are discussed.
- ItemThe Presence of the Three and a Fraction: A Literary Figure in the Book of Daniel(Institute of Archaeology, 1997) Stefanović, Zdravko
- ItemBehavior of Model Ionic Compounds under Thermospray Liquid/Liquid Extraction Conditions(1997) Farrell, E. Sebastian; Pacey, Gilbert E.Our previously reported procedure for the extraction of semivolatile and nonvolatile organic compounds from aqueous samples by thermospray liquid/liquid extraction was extended to the extraction of charged organic compounds from water. By thermally disrupting or extricating the solvation shell of hydrated ions, the thermospray process facilitates the extraction of these analytes from the aqueous matrix. The effects of probe temperature, probe flow rate, and sample pH on the extraction efficiency of model compounds such as phenylalanine, benzoate ion, p-toluenesulfonate ion, and naphthalenetrisulfonic acid trisodium salt were investigated. Under optimized conditions, the percent recoveries for these compounds were 95, 97, 91, and 13%, respectively.
- ItemLike Father, Like Son. Belshazzar's Relationship to King Nebuchadnezzar(1998) Stefanović, Zdravko
- ItemA Child’s Occupational Performance: Considerations of Sensory Processing and Family Context(1999) Dunbar-Smalley, SandraSensory processing problems can be serious enough to affect a child’s performance in school and home environments but often go undetected or are misunderstood. Poor sensory processing can affect a child’s ability to successfully perform daily activities because of its effect on cognitive, sensory, and motor development. The relationship of sensory processing to children’s occupational performance in their daily lives is an important consideration.
- ItemA Developmental Screening Program in Primary Health Care: Meeting the Challenges of Children in Low-income Families(1999) Dunbar-Smalley, Sandra; Reed, Carol NimanEarly identification of developmental variances among young children is important for securing adequate intervention in a timely manner During the lost decade, mandated programs have increased the availability of early intervention services. Although early intervention services have increased, many children with mild developmental and behavioral problems are still undetected or do not get referred to an early intervention program until the problems increase. Initial visits to a primary-care center are often the first opportunity for professionals to assess the developmental status of young children. This is an ideal opportunity for screening, parent education, and direct intervention. The following article describes a program designed to provide early identification of developmental and behavioral problems of children who are at risk because of poverty. The three-tier approach provides general observations of child behaviors, a structured play group, and developmental screening and/or formal assessment. Program outcomes and implications are discussed also.