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Propriedades psicométricas da Escala de Intenções Comportamentais de Permanência na Organização (EICPO) (2010)
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Gomes Menezes, I., & Bittencourt Bastos, A. V. (2010). Propriedades psicométricas da Escala de Intenções Comportamentais de Permanência na Organização (EICPO). Estudos e Pesquisas em Psicologia, 10(3), 800-817. https://doi.org/10.12957/epp.2010.8916

RESUMO Um elevado nível de rotatividade (turnover) dos trabalhadores gera custos de recrutamento, treinamento e desenvolvimento. Diferentes modelos teóricos foram desenvolvidos para explicar o turnover, e várias medidas atitudinais de intenções de pe... Read More about Propriedades psicométricas da Escala de Intenções Comportamentais de Permanência na Organização (EICPO).

Construção, desenvolvimento e validação da Escala de Intenções Comportamentais de Comprometimento Organizacional (EICCO) (2010)
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Gomes Menezes, I., & Bittencourt Bastos, A. V. (2010). Construção, desenvolvimento e validação da Escala de Intenções Comportamentais de Comprometimento Organizacional (EICCO). Avaliação Psicológica, 9(1), 119-127

Tendo em vista a inexistência de uma medida para avaliação do comprometimento organizacional que integre as perspectivas atitudinal e comportamental, o presente trabalho buscou desenvolver e validar a Escala de Intenções Comportamentais de Comprometi... Read More about Construção, desenvolvimento e validação da Escala de Intenções Comportamentais de Comprometimento Organizacional (EICCO).

Intenção de permanência na organização: um constituinte ou consequente do comprometimento organizacional? (2010)
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Bastos, A. V., & Menezes, I. G. (2010). Intenção de permanência na organização: um constituinte ou consequente do comprometimento organizacional?. Estudos de Psicologia (Natal), 15(3), 299-307. https://doi.org/10.1590/s1413-294x2010000300010

O desejo de permanecer na organização tem sido considerado ora um componente constituinte, ora um consequente do comprometimento organizacional. A presente pesquisa teve como objetivo testar a influência de variáveis atitudinais (bases afetiva e inst... Read More about Intenção de permanência na organização: um constituinte ou consequente do comprometimento organizacional?.

The perceived challenges facing alcohol treatment services in England: A qualitative study of service providers (2010)
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Perryman, K., Rose, A. K., Winfield, H., Jenner, J., Oyefeso, A., Phillips, T. S., …Drummond, C. (2011). The perceived challenges facing alcohol treatment services in England: A qualitative study of service providers. Journal of substance use, 16(1), 38-49. https://doi.org/10.3109/14659891003706399

Background: Although there is currently a high level of need for alcohol treatment in the United Kingdom, there has been a lack of research into alcohol treatment to date. This study reports on what the current challenges to alcohol treatment service... Read More about The perceived challenges facing alcohol treatment services in England: A qualitative study of service providers.

XML document design via GN-DTD (2010)
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Zainol, Z., & Wang, B. (2010). XML document design via GN-DTD. European Journal of Scientific Research, 44(2), 314-336

Designing a well-structured XML document is important for the sake of readability and maintainability. More importantly, this will avoid data redundancies and update anomalies when maintaining a large quantity of XML based documents. In this paper, w... Read More about XML document design via GN-DTD.

No pain, no gain - the provocation of laughter in slapstick comedy (2010)
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Peacock, L. S. (2010). No pain, no gain - the provocation of laughter in slapstick comedy. Popular entertainment studies, 1(2), 93-106

This article explores the relationship between danger and laughter in the work of a number of what might be defined as slapstick or physical comedians. The notion of physical comedians risking life and limb in order to generate laughter from an admir... Read More about No pain, no gain - the provocation of laughter in slapstick comedy.

Aspiration, inspiration and illustration: initiating debate on reflective practice writing (2010)
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Knowles, Z., & Gilbourne, D. (2010). Aspiration, inspiration and illustration: initiating debate on reflective practice writing. Sport Psychologist, 24(4), 504-520. https://doi.org/10.1123/tsp.24.4.504

The present article contemplates the future of reflective practice in the domain of applied sport psychology and, in so doing, seeks to engender further critical debate and comment. More specifically, the discussion to follow revisits the topic of 'r... Read More about Aspiration, inspiration and illustration: initiating debate on reflective practice writing.

REFAME: rain estimation using forward-adjusted advection of microwave estimates (2010)
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Behrangi, A., Imam, B., Hsu, K., Sorooshian, S., Bellerby, T. J., & Huffman, G. J. (2010). REFAME: rain estimation using forward-adjusted advection of microwave estimates. Journal of hydrometeorology, 11(6), (1305-1321). doi:10.1175/2010JHM1248.1. ISSN 1525-755X

A new multiplatform multisensor satellite rainfall estimation technique is proposed in which sequences of Geostationary Earth Orbit infrared (GEO-IR) images are used to advect microwave (MW)-derived precipitation estimates along cloud motion streamli... Read More about REFAME: rain estimation using forward-adjusted advection of microwave estimates.

The use of article 31(3)(c) of the VCLT in the case-law of the ECtHR : an effective anti-fragmentation tool or a selective loophole for the reinforcement of human rights teleology? (2010)
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Tzevelekos, V. (2010). The use of article 31(3)(c) of the VCLT in the case-law of the ECtHR : an effective anti-fragmentation tool or a selective loophole for the reinforcement of human rights teleology?. Michigan Journal of International Law, 31(3), 621-690

In Part I the Article will briefly introduce the question of the fragmentation of international law, and will more extensively delineate the role that the ILC attributed to Article 31(3)(c) and the ILC's expectations regarding its success in this rol... Read More about The use of article 31(3)(c) of the VCLT in the case-law of the ECtHR : an effective anti-fragmentation tool or a selective loophole for the reinforcement of human rights teleology?.

In search of alternative solutions : can the state of origin be held internationally responsible for investors' human rights abuses that are not attributable to it? (2010)
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Tzevelekos, V. (2010). In search of alternative solutions : can the state of origin be held internationally responsible for investors' human rights abuses that are not attributable to it?. Brooklyn Journal of International Law, 35(1), 155-231

The paper establishes a three-step (due diligence, positive effect of human rights and extraterritoriality) argument for the responsibility of the home state for the human right breaches of its investors in third countries.

Coming down on the winning side: Britain and the South Asia crisis, 1971 (2010)
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Smith, S. C. (2010). Coming down on the winning side: Britain and the South Asia crisis, 1971. Contemporary British History, 24(4), (451-470). doi:10.1080/13619462.2010.518410. ISSN 1361-9462

The 1971 South Asia crisis demonstrated that Britain, despite the contemporaneous discussions which were taking place over British accession to the European Economic Community, continued to possess global interests. After a brief period of neutrality... Read More about Coming down on the winning side: Britain and the South Asia crisis, 1971.

Icons of desire : the classical statue in later Victorian literature (2010)
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Thomas, J. (2010). Icons of desire : the classical statue in later Victorian literature. Yearbook of English Studies, 40(1/2), 246-272

The sculptural trope enjoyed a revival in later Victorian literature, especially the classical sculptural nude. These ancient figures retain their function as mediators between the gods and their human votaries for their Victorian admirers, but they... Read More about Icons of desire : the classical statue in later Victorian literature.

Capture and reuse of composable failure patterns (2010)
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Wolforth, I., Walker, M., Papadopoulos, Y., & Grunske, L. (2010). Capture and reuse of composable failure patterns. International Journal of Critical Computer-Based Systems, 1(1/2/3), 128-147. doi:10.1504/IJCCBS.2010.031710

Emerging safety analysis techniques use composition of failure models or fault simulation in formal models of a system to determine relationships between the causes and effects of failure. Most recent work has focused on developing system modelling a... Read More about Capture and reuse of composable failure patterns.

Investigating the encoding-retrieval match in recognition memory : effects of experimental design, specificity, and retention interval (2010)
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Dewhurst, S. A., & Knott, L. M. (2010). Investigating the encoding-retrieval match in recognition memory : effects of experimental design, specificity, and retention interval. Memory & cognition, 38(8), (1101-1109). doi:10.3758/MC.38.8.1101. ISSN 0090-502X

Five experiments investigated the encoding retrieval match in recognition memory by manipulating read and generate conditions at study and at test. Experiments 1A and 1B confirmed previous findings that reinstating encoding operations at test enhance... Read More about Investigating the encoding-retrieval match in recognition memory : effects of experimental design, specificity, and retention interval.

T.M. Knox and the study of economic activity (2010)
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Connelly, J. (2010). T.M. Knox and the study of economic activity. International Journal of Social Economics, 37(11), (880-893). doi:10.1108/03068291011082847. ISSN 0306-8293

Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to show how T.M. Knox sought to conceptualise economic activity in the context of his philosophical background and in relation to the analysis of the nature of economics offered by Lionel Robbins. Design/methodol... Read More about T.M. Knox and the study of economic activity.

Preserved monitoring and control processes in temporal lobe epilepsy. (2010)
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Andrés, P., Mazzoni, G., & Howard, C. E. (2010). Preserved monitoring and control processes in temporal lobe epilepsy. Neuropsychology, 24(6), (775-786). doi:10.1037/a0020281. ISSN 0894-4105

The aim of this study was to assess an aspect of metamemory never examined before in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE): the ability to upgrade the accuracy of one's memory predictions after study. Method: Four lists of different levels of di... Read More about Preserved monitoring and control processes in temporal lobe epilepsy..

Early algebra and mathematics specialists (2010)
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Murray, M. (2010). Early algebra and mathematics specialists. Journal of mathematics and science: collaborative explorations, 12(1), 73 - 81. https://doi.org/10.25891/S019-KF79

This paper discusses early algebra as it relates to the Mathematics Specialist program. Early algebra is described based on research and readings from the body of literature focused on early algebra. Reasons why early algebra should be emphasized in... Read More about Early algebra and mathematics specialists.


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