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    • Emotions in Conflict 5 Chapter 2 Literature Review Interpersonal relationships are a fundamental part of the human experience. Throughout a typical day, it is common for an individual to have numerous interactions with other people. Each...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 10 (Benning, Patrick, & Iacono, 2005). The subscale of Impulsive Antisociality describes carefree nonplanfulness, impulsive nonconformity, machiavellian egocentricity and blame externalization. The final...
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    • the countermovement jumps and ballistic bench throws after a warm-up without performing a heavy resistance exercise before. In the next training session, as a complex pair, 3 RM squats followed by seven countermovement jumps were tested. In another...
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    • measure involvement, the researchers used 20 questions developed by Zaichkowsky (1985) that asked about personal relevance to bipolar adjectives. A golf tournament was sponsored by B&O. B&O is a high-quality company that develops and manufactures...
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    • The Human Element 5 Chapter 2 Proposal From the onset of crisis communication research, scholars have been eager to identify and categorize crises into groups or types, based on the event that leads to the crisis. Later, Benson (1988) challenged...
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    • 7 Chapter 2 Literature Review Math can pose problems for students, teachers, and parents alike. This project examines peer-revised research to determine common characteristics of successful and not so successful math students, teachers, and home...
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    • SOCIAL THINKING INTERVENTIONS Chapter 2 Literature Review In the history of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) Asperger syndrome is a relatively new diagnosis. It has only been recognized in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental...
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    • The Human Element 6 each new crisis brings a new response with little consistency or any type of pattern developing. Haruta and Hallahan (2003) offer an explanation for this extreme difficulty when they present the idea that these events being used...
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    • 8 What Is a Reluctant Reader? While many factors can contribute to lack of motivation where reading is concerned, reluctant readers frequently share similar hallmarks. Some researchers have described a reluctant reader as a student Who has shown...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 12 However, manipulation can be theorized to come in many forms. It may be that psychopaths are better at group processes and are social manipulators. It may also be that they manipulate the individual setting...
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    • LIFE ON THE LINE 13 Literature Review A topical literature review is used for understanding contributions of specific areas and determines where this project fits in the puzzle of communication research. Organizational Culture In order to create or...
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    • 113 variables. Standardized parameter estimates are normalized unstandardized parameter estimates that allow parameters throughout the model to be compared and thus are more functional (Hoyle, 1995). When results are interpreted, unstandardized...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 13 of the successful psychopath may be more easily open to research. Cleckley described in his account an individual named Anna, who was by all means charming. He described her in a way that makes her very...
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    • 11 Sherman 2008). Much of classroom disruptions are attributed to students struggling to combat ADHD; a great deal of disruptions could be reduced or even eliminated by implementing preventative approaches. A preventative outlook involves the...
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    • LIFE ON THE LINE 14 insider as ‘culture’” (p. 128). More broadly, in studying organizational culture, an interpretive approach is called for. An interpretive approach allows researchers to view truth as subjective and to stress the...
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    • pressure, and enthusiasm and passion (Beaven & Wright, 2008). All of these attributes can be developed through experience. In conclusion, engaging in an empirical learning experience is beneficial for a student. By engaging in that sort of...
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    • KUDZU Leadership 15 gap. “Effective communicators will more likely make effective leaders because they understand the need to place quality effort in communicating with their followers” (McFarlane, 2010, p. 7). The author included information...
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    • 8 Chapter 2 Literature Review When children enter school, they bring an array of experiences and background knowledge to the classroom as they try to understand their new world of learning in the academic world away from home. In terms of literacy,...
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    • differences in advertisements (Diehl, Terlutter, & Weinberg, 2003; Han & Shavitt, 1994; Lee & Lim, 2008; Sotnikova, 2010). Each researcher has applied these aspects to advertising and the effect they have on the audience’s perception of an...
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    • Fishback Intern 15 indirect pressures from the environment (Hall, 1982, pp. 280-81). Yet, despite these shortcomings, the goal approach does focus on the rational purposive aspects of the organization, it is a value-free approach, and the method is...

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