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© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/008467209X12524724282032 Archive for the Psychology of Religion 31 (2009) 357-374 brill.nl/arp Th e Impact of Positive and Negative Spiritual Experiences on Distress and the Moderating Role of Mindfulness Niko Kohls a),c) , Harald Walach b

In: Archive for the Psychology of Religion

Distress Calls in Neotropical Frogs Walter Hödl, Günter Gollmann Institut für Zoologie der Universität Wien, Althanstr. 14, A-1090 Wien, Austria Abstract. Large neotropical hylid and leptodactylid frogs frequently emit loud distress calls under hand held conditions. In spite of remarkable

In: Amphibia-Reptilia
Author: ANN M. BROWN

REFERENCES Frankenberg E. Vocalisations of males of three geographical forms of Ptyodactylus from Israel (Reptilia: Sauria: Gekkoninae) J. Herpetol 1974 8 59 70 Frankenberg E. Distress calls of gekkonid lizards from Israel and Sinai Isr. J. Zool 1975 24 43 53 Marcellini D

In: Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution
The problem of places of refuge for ships in distress is a pressing issue in maritime circles. Places of Refuge for Ships in Distress by Anthony Morrison examines the problem in the context of international and national law and analyses the remedies that have been suggested for resolving this troubling issue. The book examines places of refuge under international law, the laws of four major maritime States and the European Union. Places of Refuge for Ships in Distress analyses two proposed solutions – voluntary guidelines and a new convention. The book asserts that additional solutions are needed and examines potential alternatives.

Places of Refuge for Ships in Distress is particularly useful, not only as an assessment of the specific problem, but also the wider examination of international maritime and environmental law that underpins any solution. It will serve as an essential resource to individuals involved in international, maritime and environmental law and those concerned with the threat to the environment posed by the carriage of dangerous goods by sea.

THE CONTROL OF DISTRESS VOCALIZATION BY AN IMPRINTED STIMULUS HOWARD S. HOFFMAN1) (The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa. U.S.A.) (With 7 Figures) (Rec. 28-V-1967) Previous investigations of imprinting have, almost without exception, em- ployed locomotor responses in assessing

In: Behaviour

STIMULI ELICITING DISTRESS CALLS IN ADULT PASSERINES AND RESPONSE OF PREDATORS AND BIRDS TO THEIR BROADCAST by MICHAEL R. CONOVER1) (Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Utah State University, Logan, Utah 84322-5210, U.S.A.) (With 1 Figure) (Acc. 5-VII-1994) Summary This study examined the

In: Behaviour

PERCEPTION OF DISTRESS CALLS IN MALLARD DUCKLINGS (ANAS PLATYRHYNCHOS) by STEPHEN J. GAIONI and CHRISTOPHER S. EVANS') (Psychology Department, Washington University, St. Louis, MO 63130, U.S.A.) (With 8 Figures) (Acc. 1-II-1986) Introduction When a young mallard duckling is separated from its

In: Behaviour

Minton S.A. A contribution to the herpetology of West Pakistan Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist 1966 134 27 184 Paulsen K. Das Prinzip der Stimbildung in der Wirbeltierreihe und beim Menschen, Akad. Verlag, Frankfurt 1967 Stephanski R.A. Falls J.B. A study of distress calls of song, swamp, and white

In: Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution

RESPONSE OF COYOTES TO AVIAN DISTRESS CALLS: TESTING THE STARTLE-PREDATOR AND PREDATOR-ATTRACTION HYPOTHESES by KRISTI K. WISE 1) , MICHAEL R. CONOVER and FREDERICK F. KNOWLTON 2) (Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Utah State University, Logan, Utah 84322-5210, USA) (Acc. 11-V-1999) Summary

In: Behaviour