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In order to model the Akerlof-Shiller "animal spirits" and "confidence," we apply the Brock-Hommes heterogeneous expectations framework to a dynamic equilibrium model of loanable funds.
Conclusions: Kitesurfing activities result in proportionate adaptations in the dynamic equilibrium of athletes, maybe in function of adaptations in the neuromuscular structure, resulting in a better performance in situations that cause disequilibrium.
Improvement in muscle force, flexibility, dynamic equilibrium and overall functional state by regular exercises may minimize or revert the elderly's physical weakness (Penha et al.
The challenge of maintaining dynamic equilibrium as complex variables compound
Although during some phase of these movements, the objective of the individual may be to maintain dynamic equilibrium, be firmly established, resist change to their position, or minimize fluctuations, the individual will eventually want to change position by moving easily and sometimes suddenly.
Cell Structure and Function explores how cells, the basic building blocks of all organisms, function as systems of organelles and associated structures in a dynamic equilibrium between their internal and external environments.
Movement, according to the creators, "is a need for action clinging from our identities, a dynamic equilibrium open to the imagination, storytelling and emotions".
Concentrating his inquiry on the role of the theory of dynamic equilibrium, and its impact on the field of economics, Pomini presents his material in terms of national and international contexts.
Speaking about his work, Shapiro cites Kandinsky's concept of dynamic equilibrium.
Our goal is to determine the dynamic equilibrium of chemotherapy drugs and HIA during hematopoiesis.
The topics include relative frequency and dynamic equilibrium in phonology and morphology (1948), the logical basis of linguistic theory (1962), the use of the present to explain the past (1972), Wilhelm von Humboldt's notion of linguistic creativity (1987), and aspects of the neural representation of spoken language (2008).

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