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Dincyurek, Sibel - - 2008
This study is performed aiming to find out the resolution strategies our youth develop for the conflicts they live through along the way to being a mature individual, grown teenager-young-teen-adolescent, who can keep abreast of the rapid progress and improvement in technical and social areas today.
Murrell, Amy - - 2008
This study investigated the relationship between parenting stress and relational conditioning. Fourteen students who were not mothers, 14 mothers who reported high parenting stress and 14 mothers with low parenting stress completed two matching-to-sample (MTS) computer tasks, each requiring formation of three 3-member classes. The first MTS task examined class ...
Krohn, Katherine - - 2008
Students (N = 158) in three sections of an undergraduate educational psychology course equivalent in content and assessment procedures completed five-min writing quizzes over assigned subject matter at the beginning of most class sessions. The study compared the effects of three separate writing contingencies on writing scores and multiple-choice exam ...
Whitaker, Simon - - 2008
It is argued that the determinates of low frequency (less than once an hour) challenging behavior are likely to be more complex than those of high frequency behavior involving setting events that may not be present when the behavior occurs. The analysis of case records is then examined as a ...
Casey, Sean - - 2008
The effectiveness of within-session and across-session variations of a progressive time delay procedure for teaching sight words was evaluated for five participants with cognitive delays. Participants were exposed to five target stimuli using two variations of progressive time delay procedures in an alternating treatments design, followed by the most effective ...
Pritchard, Joshua - - 2008
In 1998 James Carr and Eric Burkholder authored a tutorial teaching the behavior analyst to graph single subject designs in Microsoft Excel 97. This tutorial has continued to be utilized across the release of four new versions. The release of Office 2007, however, requires that this tutorial be updated. The ...
MacKenzie, Clyde L., - - 2008
This article covers the biology and the history of the bay scallop habitats and fishery from Massachusetts to North Carolina. The scallop species that ranges from Massachusetts to New York is Argopecten irradians irradians. In New Jersey, this species grades into A. i. concentricus, which then ranges from Maryland though ...
Temple, Jeromey - - 2008
Food insecurity, the inability to access an adequate food supply, is often considered an issue confronting developing countries only. Yet, conservative estimates show that about S per cent of the Australian population are food insecure at any point in time. This paper uses newly released data from the 2004/05 ABS ...
Onyx, Jenny - - 2008
This paper examines the effect of funding contracts on the capacity of third-sector organizations to effectively advocate. The relationship is not simple or obvious, with some organizations reporting 'mature relationships' with particular (state) departments, and others reporting difficulty with state or federal government jurisdictions. The paper spells out the negative ...
Henman, Paul - - 2008
Over the last decade, the spatial or geographical nature of social and economic indices has proliferated. It is well understood that there are geographical variations in prices, particularly housing prices. What we do not know is relative wages--that is, given a wage in one place, what is the wage to ...
Hodgson, Helen - - 2008
One of the core issues taken into account in tax transfer systems is the family circumstances of a particular recipient. Family tax transfer payments may be delivered through either the tax or the welfare system. However, the fundamental requirement is that there is a family, maintaining children. The concept of ...
Jones, Paul - - 2008
New 2007 survey data on political communication is used to study the relation between commercial and ABC/SBS television consumption and Australian political and civic culture. The first section outlines the demographic characteristics of viewers who rely, respectively, for their news and current affairs, on commercial as compared with public service ...
Johnson, Guy - - 2008
Governments have shown an interest in early intervention strategies to reduce youth homelessness, but critics say that early intervention programs lack clear outcomes. This paper investigates what happens when early intervention programs are not in place and young people progress to adult homelessness. The paper assesses the 'social adaptation' hypothesis ...
Pease, Bob - - 2008
The concept of attitudes has been an important component of campaigns to address men's violence against women. Attitudes have been examined in relation to men's perpetration of violence, women's experience of violence and community and institutional responses. In this article we argue that there has not been sufficient interrogation of ...
Grunseit, Anne - - 2008
Studies of school violence have been generally Been informed either by social disorganisation or social control theory. However applications of social disorganisation theory to school violence sometimes make little attempt to control for individual differences in propensity to violent behaviour. This study of 2,616 Australian high school students uses multilevel ...
Arshad, Haadia - - 2008
Burke, Jennie - - 2008
Currie, Geoff - - 2008
Baxter, John - - 2008
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