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  • Describe and evaluate the multi-store model of memory
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  • Describe and evaluate Bruce and Young's model of face recognition
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  • Decision-making model analysis
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  • Loss causation model
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  • Describe and answer in economic terms a managerial decision you have knowledge about
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  • Public transport demand model – a study on public bus of dhakacity
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  • A critical analysis of the malthusian and alternative principles underlying one scientific article's model of population capacity as controlled by biophysical limitations.
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  • Mosfet mobility model at nanoscale including temperature effects
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  • A model of auditory attention
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  • Toward a model of strategic management
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  • Describe the reflective journal
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  • Howrad sheth model
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  • Complex dynamics in a nonlinear cobweb model for real estate market
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  • A dynamic macroeconomic model for the us telecommunications
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  • The development and use of the six markets model
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  • The role of cluster theory for economic development: does porter’s competitive diamond fail to explain dubai’s financial cluster?
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