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There are actions we can take, when trapped in rumination, to release themselves from the obsessive oblivion.
The count of the number of rumination chews and the determination of the time spent on the rumination of each, per animal, were performed with the use of a digital stopwatch.
In this experiment, we aimed to induce offense-focused rumination by adapting instructions for a negatively focused writing condition in a study of the victim perspective by McCullough, Root, and Cohen (2006).
Using brain imaging technology, Hamilton and his colleagues found that, in depressed patients, increasing levels of activity in the DMN relative to the TPN are associated with higher levels of maladaptive, depressive rumination and lower levels of adaptive, reflective rumination.
In order to apply this feature in a systematic context, we had to determine three things: 1) in which taxa it is known to occur, 2) whether there are different types of rumination, and 3) whether there are any indications as to the polarity of this character.
For the estimation of the behavioral variables, feeding and rumination variables (min/kg of DM and NDFap), feed efficiency (g DM and NDF/h), rumination efficiency (g of DM and NDFap/bolus and g DM and NDFap/h) and mean intake of dry matter (DM) and neutral detergent fiber corrected for ash and protein (NDFap) per feeding period, we considered the voluntary intake of DM and NDFap on the 15th day of each period and the 30th and 31st day of the experiment, with the remains being computed on the 16th day of each period and the 31st and 32nd day of the experiment.
Save for the occasional Bill Walsh, there's no room for rumination, no instances calling for introspection.
The evening's performances included excerpts from David Neumann's minimalist rumination on humanity, tough, the tough (featuring 2005 Bessie winner and most excellent neo-vaudevillian Chris Yon), and Tere O'Gonnor's scary/funny Frozen Mommy (with a memorable and strikingly idiosyncratic score by Jim Baker).
This would be rumination enough for some filmmakers, but Fast intensifies the project by cutting and reassembling the interviews, ignoring the boundaries between past and present to create a netherworld--a time out of time.
A "predictable surprise," of course, is an oxymoron, but it makes for a catchy title--and in the case of this book, an interesting and nicely conceived rumination on how leaders in business and government might do a better job of avoiding calamities that they should at least have had a good inkling of.
He starts with an analysis of Vasari's concept of disegno, focus of much post-Vasarian theoretical rumination.
Time spent in various feeding activities (eating fodder, eating concentrate, standing rumination, sitting rumination and drinking) by each animal in the three pregnant groups was recorded in four different sessions (each session of 24 h per week).
Unfortunately, the production, directed by Shira Dubrovner, feels more like a personal rumination than a fully realized drama.
While the artist doesn't often wax nostalgic or engage in overt autobiographical rumination, he does acknowledge that his One Hundred Fish Fountain (all works 2005) is rooted in his memories of boyhood fishing expeditions with his father.