The improved mood changes noted in this and earlier studies are based on self-ratings of subjects based on a standard six-dimensional mood-state measure, said Tang, who is now the director of Texas Tech University's Neuroimaging Institute and holder of the Presidential Endowed Chair in Neuroscience in TTU's psychology department.
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Perhaps we already are using a six-dimensional framework to describe the complex motion of objects every day but it is rendered applicable in an unrecognizable form?
[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] It was concluded that this six-dimensional HRQOL measure was as useful for the mining industry as for the general South African population.
TrustTalk is based on a six-dimensional model of trust and collaboration.
The technique employs some mind-bending concepts, such as a six-dimensional lattice based on a hypercube or other building block.