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, Ger. Alsen, island, 121 sq mi (313 sq km), Sønderjylland co., S Denmark, in the Lille Bælt, separated from the mainland by the narrow Alensund. Sønderborg (partly situated on the mainland) is the main city; other towns include Augustenborg and Nordborg.
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, Denmark.
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Professor Alsen is a longtime Salinger scholar who witnessed the Nazi regime firsthand as a child in Germany.
In the literature there are some studies suggesting that there is no significant relationship between the variables of age and self-efficacy (Uysal, Kosemen, 2013; Brink, Alsen, Herlitz, Kjellgren, Cliffordson, 2012).
Recent trials by North Dakota State University found that the hard red spring wheat varieties 'Alsen,' 'Elgin and 'Glenn' showed the highest amount of protein of the 18 varieties tested.
Hoedemaeker, Ph.J., Reboulet, S., (reporters), Aguirre-Urreta, M.B., Alsen, P, Aoutem, M., Atrops, F., Barragan, R., Company, M., Gonzalez Arreola, C., Klein, J., Lukeneder, A., Ploch, I., Raisossadat, N., Rawson, P.F., Ropolo, P, Vasicek, Z., Vermeulen, J., Wippich M.G.E.
CUTLINE: (1) Karen Alsen of Keene, N.H., gets ready to taste one of the 16 varieties of garlic at the Seeds of Solidarity booth at the garlic festival yesterday.
We also thank Emilia Alsen and Francelina Morillo for their help with data collection.
Alsen - Matthew Alsen, 55, of Roseburg, died May 28.
Similar findings related to illness perceptions in several patient groups (such as patients with type 2 diabetes, patients who have undergone coronary artery bypass surgery, patients experiencing an acute myocardial infarction, patients recently diagnosed with head and neck cancer) show that patients' own beliefs about their illness influence health behavior and health outcomes (Alsen, Brink, Persson, Brandstrom, & Karlson, 2010; Hermele, Olivo, Namerow, & Oz, 2007; Scharloo et al., 2005; Searle, Norman, Thompson, & Vedhara, 2007).
As Eberhard Alsen states, "the collection contains stories that reveal both his earlier pessimistic outlook and his artistic debt to Ernest Hemingway, on the other hand it contains stories that demonstrate his later religious outlook and his emergence as a writer with a distinctly original voice" (102).
Modern medicine's approach to treating heart disease isn't to withhold therapies until after the heart fails, Alsen and colleagues pointed out January 18 in Neurology.
Previous research shows that many people view a heart attack as an acute event rather than a sign of a chronic condition (Alsen et al 2008; Wiles and Kinmonth 2001).