CAARS

AcronymDefinition
CAARSComputer Assisted Adolescent Referral System
CAARSCustomer Acquisition and Retention System (email marketing; also seen as CARS)
CAARSConners Adult Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Rating Scales
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008 (Bonferroni correction) Table 2 Regression analysis of the CAARS subscales of inattention and hyperactivity/impulsivity on the different domains of the WFIRS WFIRS Beta t p [R.
In terms of Brian's ADHD symptoms, there were no clinical elevations on either self-report or observer screening versions of the CAARS.
In producing this prototype under the CAARS program, SAIC is committed to supporting DHS and DNDO in their fight against terrorism," said Preston.
These variables, representing the sources of individual differences identified by previous research, were as follows: (a) the WMS-III Working Memory Index score (WM), (b) the WJ-III Math Fluency (MF) subtest score, (c) the WJ-III Passage Comprehension (PC) subtest score, (d) the WAIS-III Performance Intelligence Quotient (PIQ), (e) the WAIS-III Verbal Intelligence score (VIQ) minus the PIQ score, and (f) the CAARS DSM-IV Total Symptoms Index score (DSM-IV TSI).
Both the L-3 and SAIC CAARS systems utilize this principle.
SAIC's basic CAARS system uses an electron accelerator developed by Accuray Corporation.
AS&E is developing a CAARS system that would utilize a different physical principle than the L3 and SAIC systems.
136) (5) Passport Systems states that laboratory experiments and simulations predict that Passport MAX will be able to meet the scanning requirement that DNDO has set for CAARS, i.
Subjects in the active group achieved overall significant median reductions from baseline in investigator-rated CAARS total ADHD symptom scores by study end, -11.
The AS&E CAARS project appeared promising, but encountered unspecified technical problems and DNDO terminated it; however, some of its technology is being applied to another project.
41) Joel Rynes, Program Manager, CAARS Program, Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, Department of Homeland Security, provided detailed information for this section, personal communications, April-August 2008.
Once the test campaigns are complete, DNDO expects to have data to quantify the performance and cost of the two CAARS systems and the Eagle so that it could perform a cost-benefit analysis that would consider both high-Z and traditional contraband detection.