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    • Mediterranean diet adherence is associated with lifestyle, physical fitness, and mental wellness among 10-y-olds in Chile 

      Muros, José Joaquín; Cofre-Bolados, Cristian; Arriscado Alsina, Daniel (1); Zurita, Félix; Knox, Emily (Nutrition, 03/2017)
      Objective: The aim of this study was to assess adherence to the Mediterranean diet (MD) within a population of children from Santiago, Chile. A secondary aim was to examine the relationship between MD adherence, body ...
    • MEG spectral analysis in subtypes of mild cognitive impairment 

      López, María Eugenia; Cuesta, Pablo; Garcés, Pilar; Castellanos, Nazareth; Aurtenetxe, Sara; Bajo, Ricardo (1); Marcos, Alberto; Delgado, ML; Montejo, Pedro; López-Pantoja, JL; Maestú, Fernando; Fernández, A (AGE, 06/2014)
      Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) has been described as an intermediate stage between normal aging and dementia. Previous studies characterized the alterations of brain oscillatory activity at this stage, but little is known ...
    • Mejora del rendimiento académico de alumnos con necesidades específicas de apoyo educativo mediante una metodología innovadora desarrollando la creatividad y su relación con la lateralidad en Educación Primaria. 

      González Inza, María Ángeles (1); Llamas Salguero, Fátima (1); López-Fernández, Verónica (1) (Revista nacional e internacional de educación inclusiva, 03/2016)
      Este estudio analiza la relación neuropsicológica entre creatividad y lateralidad y su influencia con el rendimiento académico en alumnos con necesidades específicas de apoyo educativo (ANEAE) y en alumnos sin ningún ...
    • Memoria cultural en el Egipto Faraónico. Algunas reflexiones sobre su origen, función y pervivencia histórica 

      Pérez Largacha, Antonio (1) (Panta Rei. Revista Digital de Ciencia y Didáctica de la Historia, 2019)
      Los estudios de J. Assmann sobre las características que tiene la memoria cultural en las primeras civilizaciones han originado diferentes debates además de haber abierto nuevas líneas de investigación. En este trabajo ...
    • Memoria, educación y humanismo en tiempos de stalin: La clase de esgrima (2015), de klaus härö 

      Barrenetxea Marañón, Igor (1) (Historia del Presente, 2019)
      Following the dismantling of the USSR, many of the countries thereby constituted recovered their National History; a special case were the Baltic countries. A past marked by the effects of Stalin's re-occupation of said ...
    • Memory of visual paired associates in healthy aging. A transcultural study 

      Álvarez González, Miguel Ángel; Cruz, Teresa; Balmaseda Serrano, Raquel (1); Gracia Morilla, Candela; García Morales, Leidy; Fernández-Cahill, María; Manzanero, Antonio L. (Consejo General de la Psicologia de Espana, 2021)
      The present study contrasts performance in an immediate and delayed recall test across two aging populations without known neurological disorders from different cultural contexts. A total of 191 individuals, 97 Cubans and ...
    • Memory, politics and emotions: internet memes and protests in Venezuela and Ukraine 

      Makhortykh, Mykola; González Aguilar, Juan Manuel (1) (Continuum, 03/05/2020)
      The article discusses interactions between emotions, memory and user-generated digital content in the context of online protest campaigns. Using as a case study anti-government protest in Ukraine (2013–2014) and Venezuela ...
    • Menstrual health and period poverty among young people who menstruate in the Barcelona metropolitan area (Spain): protocol of a mixed-methods study 

      Medina-Perucha, Laura; Jacques-Avino, Constanza; Valls-Llobet, Carme; Turbau-Valls, Rosa; Pinzon, Diana; Hernández, Lola; Briales Canseco, Paula; López-Jiménez, Tomás; Solana Lizarza, Enara (1); Munros Feliu, Jordina; Berenguera, Anna (BMJ Open, 2020)
      Introduction The importance of menstrual health has been historically neglected, mostly due to taboos and misconceptions around menstruation and androcentrism within health knowledge and health systems around the world. ...
    • Mental health professionals’ attitudes towards mental illness: professional and cultural factors in the INTER NOS study 

      Olmo-Romero, Francisco del; González-Blanco, María; Sarró, Salvador; Grácio, Jaime; Martín-Carrasco, Manuel; Martínez-Cabezón, Ana C; Giampaola, Perna; Pomarol-Clotet, Edith; Varandas, Pedro; Ballesteros-Rodríguez, Javier; Rebolleda-Gil, Carlos; Vanni, Giovanna; González-Fraile, Eduardo (1) (European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, 2018)
      BACKGROUND: Research shows that personnel working in mental health facilities may share some of the societal prejudices towards mental illness. This might result in stigmatizing behaviours towards people suffering from ...
    • La mercantilización de la producción y de la difusión del conocimiento y sus efectos. Los universitarios como sujetos sujetados 

      Acevedo, Fernando (1) (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 2021)
      This essay offers a theoretical and political perspective on the expansion of higher education in Latin America that differs from the predominant one in the current academic mainstream. Based on a bibliographic research, ...
    • Meta-Mender: A meta-rule based recommendation system for educational applications 

      Romero Zaldivar, Vicente Arturo; Burgos, Daniel (1) (Procedia Computer Science, 2010)
      Recommenders are central in current applications to help the user find useful information spread in large amounts of data. Most Recommenders are more effective when huge amounts of user data are available in order to ...
    • Meta-rule based recommender systems for educational applications 

      Romero Zaldivar, Vicente Arturo; Burgos, Daniel (1); Pardo, Abelardo (IGI GlobalEducational Recommender Systems and Technologies: Practices and Challenges, 2011)
      Recommendation Systems are central in current applications to help the user find relevant information spread in large amounts of data. Most Recommendation Systems are more effective when huge amounts of user data are ...
    • Meta-rules: Improving adaptation in recommendation systems 

      Romero Zaldivar, Vicente Arturo; Burgos, Daniel (1) (LWA. Lernen, Wissen und Adaptivitat, 2010)
      Recommendation Systems are central in current applications to help the user find useful information spread in large amounts of post, videos or social networks. Most Recommendation Systems are more effective when huge amounts ...
    • Meta-rules: Improving adaptation in recommendation systems 

      Romero Zaldivar, Vicente Arturo; Burgos, Daniel (1) (Proceedings ABIS 2010 - 18th Intl. Workshop on Personalization and Recommendation on the Web and Beyond, 2010)
      Recommendation Systems are central in current applications to help the user find useful informat ion spread in large amounts of post. videos or social networks. Most Reconunendation Systems are more effective when huge ...
    • Metamodel for integration of Internet of Things, Social Networks, the Cloud and Industry 4.0 

      Cueva Lovelle, Juan Manuel; Montenegro, Carlos Enrique; Rainer, J Javier (1); González-Crespo, Rubén (1) (Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, 2017)
      Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the world. Software for manufacturing industry is perceived as the new industrial revolution. It is creating new opportunities for both the economies and the society. Deployment of ...
    • Metamodel to support decision-making from open government data 

      Rodríguez Rojas, Luz Andrea; Cueva Lovelle, Juan Manuel; Tarazona Bermúdez, Giovanny Mauricio; Montenegro, Carlos Enrique; Giménez de Ory, Elena (1); González-Crespo, Rubén (1) (Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, 06/2018)
      The use of public open data is an opportunity for citizens and businesses to create products that contribute to decision-making, monitor and control public institutions as well as to improve the quality of life. Open data ...
    • Method for analysing the user experience in MOOC platforms 

      Pascual Espada, Jordán (1); Castillo Rodríguez, Cristina (1); García Díaz, Vicente (1); González-Crespo, Rubén (1) (2014 International symposium on computers in education (SIIE), 2014)
      MOOCs have recently become very popular, since some of these massive online courses can reach thousand students. Faculty members from top universities deliver courses through MOOC platforms: Coursera, Edx, Miriada X, etc. ...
    • Methodological approaches to analyse financial exclusion from an urban perspective 

      Ruza-Paz-Curbera, Cristina; Fernández–Olit, Beatriz (1); Cuesta-González, Marta de la (Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics, 2018)
      This paper aims to appraise the problem of financial exclusion in Spain after the process of banking system restructuration. The paper proposes a theoretical model for explaining the phenomenon of financial exclusion ...
    • Methodological framework for the allocation of work packages in global software development 

      Ruano-Mayoral, Marcos; Casado-Lumbreras, Cristina (1); Garbarino-Alberti, Helena; Misra, Sanjay (Journal of Software: Evolution and Process, 05/2014)
      Global software development in software development industry is a new aspect for many software project managers. In this scenario, the allocation of work packages among project participants is not a simple task. This ...
    • Methodology for Computer Security Incident Response Teams into IoT Strategy 

      Enciso Bernal, Alejandro (1); Martinez Monterrubio, Sergio Mauricio (1); Parra Puente, Javier (1); González-Crespo, Rubén (1); Verdú, Elena (1) (KSII transactions on internet and information systems, 2021)
      At present, the Colombian government shares information on threats or vulnerabilities in the area of cybersecurity and cyberdefense, from other government agencies or departments, on an ad-hoc basis but not in real time, ...