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Island

An electronic network used to execute limit orders on the NYSE, NASDAQ, and American Stock Exchange, among others. The Island matches limit orders for execution; if a matching order is not available, an order is displayed on the Island until one is found.

Island

A major electronic communications network that attempts to match investor orders to buy and sell NYSE, ASE, and Nasdaq National Market System and SmallCap securities. Orders that cannot be immediately matched are displayed as limit orders until matched, cancelled, or expiration. Only limit orders placed by subscribing broker-dealers are accepted by Island.
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Although increased activity of the anterior insula has been reported during stuttering in both genders, the activity appears to be higher in the left hemisphere of females (Ingham, 2001:499).
Insula Research creates and conducts strategic and comprehensive multi-site audits nationwide to Fortune 500 companies and others.
Compared with healthy volunteers, bits of recovered anorexics' insulas dimmed when the researchers turned up the heat.
If these findings are confirmed in follow-up replication studies, scans of anterior insula activity could become clinically useful to guide more effective initial treatment decisions, offering a first step towards personalized medicine measures in the treatment of major depression" said Mayberg.
This integration is so remarkable, and this region lights up in so many imaging studies" that experts on insular cortex function have suggested that the insula is the seat of human awareness, maybe even of human consciousness, he said, "or at least a neural correlate of consciousness.
Citation: "Impulsiveness and Insula activation during reward anticipation are associated with genetic variants in GABRA2 in a family sample enriched for alcoholism," Molecular Psychiatry, April 12, 2011.
This volume, the report on the later levels of Insula IX from Silchester's 'Town Life Project', might also bear the subtitle 'An experiment in archaeological publication' as in at least two ways the approach is groundbreaking.
When excessive prices sent a red flag to the insula, the participant passed on the product.
The discovery came after a 38-year-old man, who smoked 40 cigarettes a day, forgot to smoke when his insula was damaged after a stroke.
That might be due to the medial insula, which is a highly connected region with links to all the sensory areas of the brain.
Insula Research is a market research company specializing in mystery shops, audits, and custom research studies such as the QSR Drive-Thru Time Study.
In a University of Chicago study, a stroke patient with a damaged anterior insula made decisions normally about lust but when it came to love, he needed longer to think.