Results Most Rorschach aggression variables showed no significant correlation to the Dimensions of EPQ(P>0.05), AgC and some other Rorschach Aggression Variables showed significant correlation (P<0.05) but the scores were very low.
In experiment 1 we modified the material of Isabelle Blanchette & Kevin Dunbar (2002) after further analyzing their research, the results are consistent with Blanchette & Kevin Dunbar (2002) that the analogical inferences integrated into the representations of target information.
The simulated experimental results showed that significance t testing is highly related to population distribution effect size and sample capacities, yet rarely related to the numbers of randomly selected samples;
This article expounded the basic characteristics of the good design idea and logistic rule and the way to promote the effect of evaluated hypothesis and descriptive results with advanced statistic graph by the explanation for theory and method, and then urged researchers to regularize the statistic method.
Results: The latencies of N2? P3 were prolonged significantly and amplitude of P3 was reduced significantly in depression compared with the control group(t=2.86,3.89,8.66,P<0.01),Conclusion: The patients with somatoform disorder have extensive neural cognitive functive deficits.
Resu lts The in spection between Computer-based test and the Paper-and-pencil test: t=1.448, P=0 .150, sex: t=2.842, P=0.005. Conclusion The following results wer e obtained: ① Neither CBT or PPT has no significant difference on examinee performance.
Results: The Cronbach's α of the questionnaire was 0.93, The Cronbach's α of subscales of the questionnaire were 0.57-0.81. Conclusion: These results can be used as a norm of mental health of college students in Hebei Province.
In the second example, we obtain a proof of the Chalyh-Veselov conjecture that the Calogero-Moser system with integer parameter is algebraically integrable, using the results of Felder and Varchenko.
As an application of the results we prove a generalization of Chevalley's restriction theorem for the classical Lie algebras.
We apply these results to intersection theory on varieties with group actions, especially to Schubert calculus and its generalizations.
In this paper, we prove three types of rigidity results related to CAT(-1) spaces, namely the rigidity of the isometric actions on CAT(-1) spaces under the commensurability subgroups, the higher rank lattices and certain ergodic cocycles.
This extends the results and simplifies the proof for the classical orbit structure description of  and , which applies whenF=Z.