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  2. Human fertilization - Wikipedia

    Fertilization age is sometimes used postnatally (after birth) as well to estimate various risk factors. For example, it is a better predictor than postnatal age for risk of intraventricular hemorrhage in premature babies treated with extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. Diseases affecting human fertility

  3. Age and female fertility - Wikipedia

    A 2004 study by Henri Leridon, PhD, an epidemiologist with the French Institute of Health and Medical Research, of women trying to get pregnant, without using fertility drugs or in vitro fertilization, had the following results on rates of conception by age: At age 30 75% will have a conception ending in a live birth within one year

  4. Classical test theory - Wikipedia

    History. Classical test theory was born only after the following three achievements or ideas were conceptualized: 1. a recognition of the presence of errors in measurements,

  5. Neuroblastoma - Wikipedia

    Based on a series of 493 neuroblastoma samples, it has been reported that overall genomic pattern, as tested by array-based karyotyping, is a predictor of outcome in neuroblastoma: Tumors presenting exclusively with whole chromosome copy number changes were associated with excellent survival.

  6. Psychology of religion - Wikipedia

    Researchers have also investigated attachment system dynamics as a predictor of the religious conversion experience throughout childhood and adolescence. One hypothesis is the correspondence hypothesis, which posits that individuals with secure parental attachment are more likely to experience a gradual conversion experience. Under the ...

  7. Superscalar processor - Wikipedia

    A superscalar processor is a CPU that implements a form of parallelism called instruction-level parallelism within a single processor. In contrast to a scalar processor, which can execute at most one single instruction per clock cycle, a superscalar processor can execute more than one instruction during a clock cycle by simultaneously dispatching multiple instructions to different execution ...

  8. Extraversion and introversion - Wikipedia

    Varieties. William McDougall discussed Jung's conception, and reached this conclusion: "the introverts are those in whom reflective thought inhibits and postpones action and expression: the extroverts are those in whom the energies liberated upon the stirring of any propensity flow out freely in outward action and expression."

  9. Astrology - Wikipedia

    Astrology is a range of divinatory practices, recognized as pseudoscientific since the 18th century, that claim to discern information about human affairs and terrestrial events by studying the apparent positions of celestial objects.