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  1. 3 de dez. de 2014 · This raises great expectations that whole-brain modeling and computational connectomics may provide an entry point for understanding brain disorders at a causal mechanistic level, and that computational neuropsychiatry can ultimately be leveraged to provide novel, more effective therapeutic interventions, e.g., through drug discovery and new targets for deep brain stimulation.

  2. Great Expectations Narrative Techniques. Charles Dickens uses narrative techniques to help readers understand the characters and important themes in his novel Great Expectations, published in 1860. He uses the first person point of view, vivid descriptions of the setting, a chronological accounting of events and ...

  3. Great Expectations is written in the first-person point of view, with Pip acting as both the protagonist and narrator of the novel. Pip doesn’t narrate events as they happen, but looks back at his life and tells the story based on what he remembers, a style known as retrospective narration. For example, when Pip describes leaving for London ...

  4. Great Expectations: A Framework for Assessing and Understanding Key Factors Affecting Student Learning of Foundational Reading Skills New Dir Child Adolesc Dev . 2017 Mar;2017(155):13-30. doi: 10.1002/cad.20192.

  5. A shared understanding of your data. Getting everyone on the same page is essential to deriving business value from data. Great Expectations offers an intuitive approach to testing data that automatically generates widely-readable results—making vital collaboration between technical and nontechnical teams easier.

  6. healthy network dynamics. This raises great expectations that whole-brain modeling and computational connectomics may provide an entry point for understanding brain disorders at a causal mechanistic level, and that computational neuropsychiatry can ultimately be leveraged to provide novel, more effective thera-

  7. 20 de mar. de 2007 · Although previous research provides empirical support for the Freshman Myth, qualitative inquiry is necessary to enhance our understanding of the content, complexities, and impact of students expectations about college. The current study analyzes in-depth interview data from nine students at three key time points in their transition from high school to college to provide new insights into the ...