Accession Number:

AD0283946

Title:

AN APPLICATION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SCALING METHODS TO CONTENT ANALYSIS: THE USE OF EMPIRICALLY DERIVED CRITERION WEIGHTS TO IMPROVE INTER-CODER RELIABILITY

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DELAWARE UNIV NEWARK

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Report Date:

1962-08-20

Pagination or Media Count:

1.0

Abstract:

AD-283 9464N6 Improvement of inter-coder reliability by the use of empirically-derived criterion weights. An application of psychological scaling methods to conten an .AD-283 947Div 16 U TISTBSAT Dugway Proving Ground, Utah. THE REHYDRATION OF AEROSOLIZED BACTERIA I COMPOUNDS WHICH ENHANCE THE SURVIVAL OF REHYDRATED PASTEURELLA TULARENSIS, by V. J. Cabelli. Feb 62, 56p. incl. illus. tables, 9 refs. Technical rept. no. DPGR 314 A Proj. 4D98-05-029-02 Unclassified report No automatic release to foreign nationals. DESCRIPTORS Bacterial aerosols, Pasteurella, Aerobiology, Viability, Cysteine, Phosphates, Cells Biology, Impingers, Diffusion, Carbohydrates. Various chemical compounds were studied for their influence on the survival of aerosolized Pasteurella tularensis following rehydration in the liquid impinger. A hypothesi is given to explain the death of the organisms on rehydration and the requirement for certain compounds to enhance survival. A chemically defined collecting and holding fluid for this organism is described. Author

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APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE