Measurements and indices used in the work are as defined by Roper & Voss (1983): mantle length (ML); mantle width index (MWI); fin length index (FLI); fin width index (FWI); index arm I length (AILI); index arm II length (AILII); index arm III length (AILIII); index arm IV length (AILIV) and hectocotylized arm length index (HcLI) (Tabla 1).
ML: mantle length, MWI: mantle width index, FLI: fin length index, FWI: fin width index, AILI: index arm I length, AILII: index arm II length, AILIII: index arm III length, AILIV: index arm IV length, and HcLI: hectocotylized arm length index.
There were no differences between patients with neglect and without neglect, with respect to gender, U = 680.5, Z = -.01, P =.990, age, U = 1173.5, Z = -1.2, P =.225, time poststroke onset, U = 1295.5, Z = -.45, P =.651, aetiology, U = 1072.5, Z = -.65, P =.514, Motricity Index arm
, U = 9270, Z = -.64, P =.523, Motricity Index leg, U = 8170, Z = -1.53, P =.125, and MMSE, U = 612.5, Z = -1.64, P =.101.
Short-term market interest rates, including the rates most ofte used to index ARMs
, rose nearly as much as long-term market rates during the first half of 1994.