② Level of culture Seventy-three illiteracy cases (10.8%) 211 elementary school cases (31.2%) 164 middle school cases (24.3%) 90 high school cases (13.3%) 29 technical secondary school cases (4.3%) 109 over junior college cases (16.1%).
Indoor exposure to chemical and biological agents and health efects in primary school children
While the Greek sample was based on epidemiological screening procedures of the total population of 8- to 11-year-old children, the Turkish subjects came from one primary school situated in an area densely populated by Turks.
An epidemiological investigation of emotional and behavioural problems in primary school children in Japan
1860 primary school children, aged from 6 to 12 years, from urban suburban and rural areas in Japan were assessed by their school teachers according to the Rutter scale.
Psychiatrically disturbed children noted an excess of negative and loss events and children attending paediatric clinics reported fewer events, particularly fewer positive happenings, than non-attending primary school children.
The first one is a conjecture of Ian Hughes which states that iff1, ..., fn are primary invariants of a finite linear groupG, then the least common multiple of the degrees of thefi is a multiple of the exponent ofG.
The condition, which is expressed in terms of the intertwining operators of each primary summand of the quasi-regular representation, is then interpreted in the case of the compact Heisenberg manifolds.
A method of algebraic operation of special matrices involved in the problem is given in this paper for obtaining a new solution for the m + 1 experiments based upon the old solution for the primary m experiments.
Primary customers get in the system according to a Poisson process, and they will receive service immediately if the server is available upon arrival.
The resulting average value of the Avrami exponent at n = 3.34 suggests that primary crystallization may correspond to a three-dimensional spherulitic growth.