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  • Behavior
  • The purpose of the study was first to survey the many methods of research and various practical programs which had been developed, in child study and, second, to give them a social psychological and sociological appraisal 'as a means of prediction and control' of behavior. (brocku.ca)
  • Part II, 'Practical Programs,' reviews in six chapters the most striking efforts of educators, juvenile court authorities, psychiatrists, and social workers to develop methods of dealing with behavior problems of children. (brocku.ca)
  • Migration
  • Where the needs of residents change rapidly due to (im)migration, social and economic mobility and transience, there needs to be robust mechanisms of compiling and updating the evidence base on which policy and planning changes must necessarily be founded. (uel.ac.uk)
  • research
  • In this paper we propose the same idea of intervention studies and the use of three methods for a health promotion research control group selection: Propensity score, Mahalanobis' distance and Mahalanobis within Propensity Calipers. (scielo.br)
  • In addition to recording our observations during field surveys for this study, we performed a documentary review and interviewed expert members of ethics committees, research participants, and researchers who had experience with requesting ethics approvals for research protocols in the field of social sciences and health. (springer.com)
  • The development of research, the emergence of human rights and democracy issues in low- and middle-income countries, and the progressive encompassing of health in development are leading to more requests for research authorizations for purposes that have social, privacy, and integrity implications for participants in clinical trials and other studies. (springer.com)
  • Vampires, the fundamental class process, and the circuit of money capital are concepts that link the genetics of cancer and recent advances in oncology research to political economy. (arpejournal.com)
  • You'll learn the fundamentals of psychology and research, develop critical-thinking skills, and learn to analyze and integrate information from other disciplines to the field of psychology. (jsc.edu)
  • integrity
  • Frequent national and international presenter, lecturer and author on the topics of distance and online learning, student ethics, and academic integrity, Dr. Louder is an Assistant Professor of Practice in the TTU College of Education. (ttu.edu)
  • Paper presented at the 2011 International Center for Academic Integrity Conference: Thinking Globally, Acting Locally: Revisiting & Reviving the Fundamental Values of Integrity, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (ttu.edu)
  • interactions
  • Accordingly, the current protocol was developed to obtain an improved understanding of social exclusion by examining the patterns of event-related brain activation that are present during social interactions. (jove.com)
  • psychological
  • Given parietal cortexs known role in constructing egocentric maps of physical space, our present findings may help to explain the linguistic, psychological and behavioural links between social and physical space. (jove.com)
  • computational
  • The papers are organized in topical sections on CA theory and implementation, computational theory, physical modeling, urban, environmental and social modeling, pedestrian and traffic flow modeling, crypto and security, system biology, CA-based hardware, as well as crowds and cellular automata. (indigo.ca)
  • The Euclidean distance approach has less computational load and is generally applicable, particularly where rapid 'what-if' analyses are required for decision support in a planning context. (uel.ac.uk)
  • ABSTRACT
  • Here, we highlight the potential for our understanding of the mechanisms underlying abstract social cognition to benefit from a similar approach, and review evidence that these mechanisms may be best understood in terms of the kinds of computations (e.g., distance judgments, perspective taking), rather than the domains of knowledge, that they involve. (frontiersin.org)
  • Psychology
  • A broad choice of electives in developmental, abnormal and social psychology allow expand your knowledge and allow you to tailor your degree toward a particular interest. (jsc.edu)
  • A bachelor's degree in psychology provides a strong foundation for graduate study as well as entry into any number of careers, including social work, human resources, public relations, marketing and administration. (jsc.edu)
  • therefore
  • Therefore, since 2001, the fundamental pastoral policy of the Diocese has been to give the mission a permanent form, and to impress a more decidedly missionary approach on the life and activities of the parishes and of every other ecclesial situation. (vatican.va)
  • develop
  • In the original project, "Health and Local Development: a progress review towards the millennium goals with relation to health in the Brazilian cities which develop social agendas", cities with social agendas from Brazil were matched separately by state. (scielo.br)
  • nature
  • So, major changes in the nature of work the number of jobs, the nature of jobs, career opportunities, job content, social relationships at work, working conditions of various kinds can affect a significant segment of society. (december.com)
  • socially
  • Considering the various definitions that appear in the literature, in this paper, "social skills" are defined as the set of behaviors that is necessary to deal with issues related to interpersonal relationships, in a socially competent manner ( Del Prette & Del Prette, 2014 ). (scielo.br)
  • capitalism
  • As an example, this paper employs the historical, theoretical, and methodological evolution of oncology as a contextual background for advancing a Marxian analysis of modern finance capitalism and the countervailing emergence of the social and solidarity economy (SSE). (arpejournal.com)
  • data
  • This is not the case with other host cities where in Vancouver and now in Sochi and Rio large amounts of primary data collection become necessary because fundamental data on the environment, economy and society are not readily available at sufficient granularity. (uel.ac.uk)
  • network
  • To enrich this effort and by capitalizing on ideas from the social network analysis domain, we build a tool that can help classify malware families using features driven from the graph structure of their system calls. (hindawi.com)
  • make social
  • All these factors make social relationship between members of the same sex easier than between members of the opposite sex. (pep-web.org)
  • important
  • Identification plays a more important part in social than in sexual ties. (pep-web.org)
  • In addition to identifying social skills that are important in the general population (such as paying compliments or expressing displeasure), there has been a growing interest in examining behaviors that may be important for specific segments of the population or in particular relationship contexts. (scielo.br)
  • process
  • While this has been very helpful in developing an understanding of what happens to a person following exclusion, it has not helped to clarify the moment-to-moment dynamics of the process of social exclusion. (jove.com)
  • world
  • If a person would have an identity, would be one thing, oneself, this entails an attempt to integrate all the fragments of social experience into a more coherent whole, a world in other words, as singular as the self (Hart 2003). (thememorybank.co.uk)
  • skills
  • The internal structure of the Portuguese version of the Marital Social-Skills Inventory-Villa & Del-Prette is coherent with the original structure, and psychometrically sound for the evaluation of marital social-skills among Portuguese couples. (scielo.br)
  • Social skills have been extensively studied in recent decades, and Del Prette and Del Prette, in Brazil, have made notable contributions ( Manolio & Ferreira, 2011 ). (scielo.br)
  • physical
  • Using fMRI, we found that the tasks of evaluating social compatibility and of evaluating physical distances engage a common brain substrate in the parietal cortex. (jove.com)
  • Part I, 'Varieties of Maladjustment,' contains but one chapter, which reports forty-six illustrations of various sorts, of organic peculiarities, and physical, mental, and emotional difficulties related to divergent habits and attitudes indicative of social maladjustment. (brocku.ca)
  • Planning
  • It will support rapid assessments of inequalities and 'what-if' analyses in local social infrastructure planning. (uel.ac.uk)