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    • 19 appearance of the latent fingerprint also increased (Figure 3). Figure 3 depicts physical fingerprint area data for weeks 1-3 only; this is because at the beginning of the experiment no degradation had taken place at the initial start of those...
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    • 22 Table 1: Percent of samples with their % degradation for that particular temperature range. Temperature % degradation 25°C 50°C 75°C 0.0 -2.0 44% 28% 11% 3.0-5.0 17% 39% 11% 6.0-10.0 39% 33% 11% 11.0-20.0 0% 0% 66% Figure 3: Mean % physical...
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    • 23 DNA Concentration (ng/μl)-2024681012255075Temperature (°C)Mean Concentration (ng/μl)Week 1Week 2Week 3Week 4(°C)(°C)(°C) Figure 4: Mean DNA concentrations in ng/μl obtained from physical fingerprint samples over temperature ranges....
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    • The I-Text Distance Learning System 60 if(hours == 0 && minutes < 5 && seconds % 2 == 0){ time_txtFormat.color = 0xFF0000; time_txt.defaultTextFormat = time_txtFormat; } if(hours == 0 && minutes < 5 && seconds % 2 == 1){ time_txtFormat.color =...
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    • The I-Text Distance Learning System 72 Professor Console (Add Message Component):
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    • 52 Measurement Model Results The measurement model specified seven factors: (1) information source A; (2) information source B; (3) information source C; (4) socio-cultural preference; (5) destination image; (6) travel motive; and (7) visiting...
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    • 54 independent-mediating-dependent construct structure. The fit indices of the hypothesized model indicated that the model represented a good fit to the data [Satorra-Bentler Scaled χ²(218, N = 973) = 870.75, p < 0.001, CFI = 0.905, IFI =0.905,...
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    • 59 Figure 5. Final SEM model output. Note. Satorra-Bentler Scaled χ²(218, N = 973) = 870.75, p < 0.001, CFI = 0.905, IFI =0.905, RMSEA = 0.056 [(Confidence interval = 0.052~0.059)]. ISs* ISA ISB ISC SCP* TM DI VI ISA1 ISA2 ISA3 ISB1 ISB2 ISB3 ISB4...
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    • 124 modification process. Examination of skewness and kurtosis (univariate and multivariate) indicated that maximum likelihood estimation was appropriate for this study. The correlations among the indicators of nine constructs were all...
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    • 125 ----------------------- Insert Table 13 Here ----------------------- Structural Model Results To examine the goodness-of-fit of the hypothesized model, the measurement model was re-specified by imposing the structure of each model (see Figure...
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    • 144 Figure 3. Final SEM model output. Note. Satorra-Bentler Scaled χ²(218, N = 973) = 870.75, p < 0.001, CFI = 0.905, IFI =0.905, RMSEA = 0.056 [(Confidence interval = 0.052~0.059)]. ISs* ISA ISB ISC SCP* TM DI VI ISA1 ISA2 ISA3 ISB1 ISB2 ISB3 ISB4...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 22 age data were not obtained from the norm study. MATERIALS Self-Report of Psychopathy Scale To assess the construct of psychopathic traits in undergraduate students, this study utilized the SRPS (Levenson et...
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    • present; only one sample did not have any DNA. This data is the reason method three was chosen to extract the DNA from the aim two samples. Both table 2 and figure 2 show the sample breakdown for each method tested. Once quantification was...
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    • STATISICAL ANALYSIS Student's t-Test: Results Method 1 vs Method 2 t=-0.7SS st dev= 0.624E-Ol degrees of freedom 73 The probability ofthis result, assuming the null hypothesis, is 0.453 Group A: Number ofitems= 41 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00...
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    • Student's t-Test: Results Method 1 vs Method 3 t= -1.21 sdev= 0.937 degrees of freedom = 80 The probability ofthis result, assuming the null hypothesis, is 0.230 Group A: Number ofitems= 41 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000.000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00...
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    • Student's t-Test: Results Method 2 vs. Method 3 t= -1.05 sdev= 0.982 degrees of freedom = 73 The probability of this result, assuming the null hypothesis, is 0.297 Group A: Number of items= 34 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.340E-04...
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    • Abstract The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of Complex Training on lower body power, measured by vertical jump, following a six week program. Furthermore, the project was also aimed at determining whether it matters that the first...
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    • dropped once again to between four and six. For subjects to participate in the Kettlebell/countermovement squat jumps group they had to be capable of swinging a Kettlebell of at least 40 lbs. for four to six repetitions. Participants were also...
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    • time analysis was 0.35 (partial eta squared = 0.12; Table 1). Participants in the squats group improved 2.25 inches on average, 1.72 inches on average for the kettlebell group, and 0.83 inches for the control group. Further examination of the...

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