CTGVCognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt
CTGVCongenitally-corrected Transposition of the Great Vessels
CTGVCorrected Transposition of Great Vessels (cardiology)
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To specifically detect CTGV, we used a reverse primer that annealed to the flanking regions of an 18-nt deletion in the HA gene, a molecular signature of the CTGV-like strains from Brazil (1,3,5).
During molecular characterization, when amplifying the ha gene, a deletion of 18 nucleotides was observed, allowing this virus introduction in the group of PSTV, (23) ARAV, (11) GP2V, (10) and CTGV. (27) Despite these similarities, Muriae virus had unique characteristics that allowed its differentiation from other samples of VACV.
Many researchers posit that learners' attitudes and beliefs toward subject matter, especially mathematics, are as important as achievement (Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt (CTGV), 1992; Lent, Brown, & Larkin, 1984; Marsh, Cairns, Relich, Barnes, & Debus, 1984; Sedighian & Sedighian, 1996).
To the Editor: Cantagalo virus (CTGV) is a strain of vaccinia virus (VACV; Poxviridae) that was isolated from pustular lesions on dairy cattle and dairy workers in Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil, in 1999 (1).
In early Jasper Woodbury experiments, researchers found that some teachers tended to structure the problem solving process as a strategy for implementation (CTGV, 1992).
Video can link conceptual learning to real-life experiences and facilitates transfer of learning, as exemplified by the videodisc anchored instruction research by the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt (CTGV).
The design of the materials tested is based on the concepts of "anchored instruction" (Bransford, Sherwood, Hasselbring, Kinzer, & Williams, 1990; Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt (CTGV), 1993a) and "flexibly adaptive instructional design" (Schwartz, Brophy, Lin, & Bransford, 1999a; Schwartz, Lin, Brophy, & Bransford, 1999b).
The notion of an anchor was developed by the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt University (CTGV 1990, 1993).
Group 1 comprises Aragatuba virus (ARAV), Cantagalo virus (CTGV), Guarani P2 virus (GP2V), and Passatempo virus (PSTV); group 2 comprises GP1V, Belo Horizonte virus (VBH), BeAn 58058 virus (BAV), SPAn232 virus (SAV), and VACV-Western Reserve (WR).
One of the most interesting contributions in this field is that developed by the Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt (CTGV, 1990) (3) which considered fundamental, the creation of learning-generating environments that enabled the student to be taught to think, reason, solve problems, and develop learning abilities by means of carrying out complex tasks that subsequently allow the transferal of new problem situations.
For this to take place, emphasis must be placed on involvement and interactivity (CTGV, 1993).