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Renga

 

(linked verse), a genre of Japanese poetry popular in the 15th and 16th centuries. Several poets, generally three, collaborated on a single renga. Each in turn composed a stanza based on images in the preceding stanza. The result was a chain of stanzas in the form of a tanka, but longer, reaching 100 and sometimes 1,000 stanzas. The classical renga was usually a nature lyric. Its composition, like that of the tanka, was governed by strict rules. A humorous renga, the haikai renga, developed alongside the classical renga and was free in choice of themes and images. The three-line hokku, or haiku, originated from the first stanza of the humorous renga.

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Of Kasen she said, "I was empty, and then this woman walked into my life.
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Recently, Kasen and Jennifer Barnes (same affiliations) determined that this glow should show up more in the near infrared than in the optical, where astronomers had been looking.
In a recent science paper, Jennifer Barnes and Daniel Kasen of the University of California at Berkeley and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory presented new calculations predicting how kilonovas should look.
Adolescents with mental disorders experience peer group problems and poor school performance (Chen, Cohen, Kasen, & Johnson, 2006; Hankin et al.
Algunos trabajos asocian el excesivo visionado de la television en la adolescencia (mas de tres horas diarias) con mas riesgo de desarrollar problemas de atencion, dificultades de aprendizaje y, a largo plazo, bajo rendimiento academico (Johnson, Cohen, Kasen, Brook, 2007).
Adolescence is a period in human development in which an ample variety of maladaptive characteristics can emerge, among which maladaptive personality patterns stand out (Cohen, Crawford, Johnson, & Kasen, 2005; Johnson, Bromley, Bornstein, & Sneed, 2006).
2003; Anderson & Bushman, 2002; Clemente, Espinosa, and Vidal, 2008; Huesmann, Moise-Titus, Podolski, & Eron, 2003; Johnson, Cohen, Smailes, Kasen, & Brook, 2002), sexual conduct (Eyal & Kunkel, 2008; Martino et al.
Todos os entrevistados referiram ter uma crenca religiosa, afirmando que esta contribui de maneira significativa no enfrentamento dos desafios diarios, dado que corrobora os achados de Kasen, Wickramaratne, Gameroff e Weissman (2012) que concluiram, apos estudo longitudinal, que a religiosidade pode contribuir para o desenvolvimento da resiliencia em individuos com alto risco de depressao.
1999; Nijman, Dautzenberg, Merkelback, Jung, Wessel, & Campo, 1999); disordered eating behaviors and clinical eating disorders (Ackard, Neumark-Sztainer, Hannan, French, & Story, 2001; Hund & Espelage, 2005; Johnson, Cohen, Kasen, & Brook, 2002; Romans, Gendall, Martin, & Mullen, 2001); alcohol and substance disorders (Dube et al.
Esas practicas han sido repetidamente asociadas con resultados negativos en el desarrollo de los ninos tales como desajuste interno y externo, menor bienestar emocional, desordenes de personalidad, menor conducta pro social, y ansiedad cognitiva (Lengua, 2006; Wang, Pomerantz, & Chen, 2007; Johnson, Cohen, Chen, Kasen, & Brook, 2006; Knafo & Plomin, 2006; Van Leeuwen & Vermulst, 2004; Collins, & Barber, 2005).