• An Examination of the Self-Cognitions of Smokers
    decline in overall health and quality of life. Cigarette smoking is perhaps the most prevalent health behaviour in which university students engage (Keller, Maddock, Hannöver, Thyrian, & Basler, 2008). Factors that encourage the practice of this behaviour are such events as stressful student life, peer...
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  • Manageing Projects
    finish time of the activity represented on fig.1 below. Figure 1 Figure [ 1 ] These times according to Field, M and Keller, L (1998, p.191) are produced by a “Forward Pass” (Field, M and Keller, L.) starting with the first activity which in this case is identified as activity A, as I have not been...
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  • Stereotype Threat Overview
    cognitive ability (Steele & Aronson, 1995; Cole, Matheson, & Anisman, 2007; Good, Aronson, & Harder, 2008; Keller, 2007; Neuville & Croizet, 2007; Good, Aronson, & Inzlicht, 2003; Brown & Day, 2006; Klein, Pohl, & Ndagijimana, 2007). For instance, stereotype threat has been shown to harm the academic...
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  • Do Brand Names in a Foreign Language Lead to Different Brand Perceptions?
    the products that have become an imperative asset that influences consumer brand perceptions in today’s highly competitive environment (Ailawadi & Keller, 2004). Brand names simplify consumer choices by helping them to recognise products more easily (Friedman, 1985). Well-chosen brand names contribute...
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  • Mr Suraj Chaodhary
    proposition allows project management attention and actions to be directed to the most critical activities.” (Stevens, M. Project Management Pathways (2002) p. 16) Appendix 3 – simple calculations 3. PROJECT DURATION AND THE CRITICAL PATH Project duration is the nearest time by which the project can be...
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  • Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies-2012-Joo-25-34
    organizations. For example, transformational leadership is connected to subordinates’ satisfaction with the leader and job satisfaction (e.g., Nemanich & Keller, 2007), follower motivation and leader effectiveness (Judge & Piccolo, 2004), performance (Dvir, Eden, Avolio, & Shamir, 2002), and organizational citizenship...
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  • Was hitler a strong dictator
    Like other German nationalists, he believed in the stab-in-the-back myth (Dolchstoßlegende), which claimed that the German army, "undefeated in the field", had been "stabbed in the back" on the home front by civilian leaders and Marxists, later dubbed the "November criminals".[71] The Treaty of Versailles...
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  • Communication Plan
    Effective Marketing and Communication Factors Recognizing the targeted field is the basis in efficient communication and marketing dynamics, market channels, the budget of the message, and design (Kotler & Keller, 2007). For KFF, the communication purpose will center on the United Kingdom. The marketing...
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  • Network Diagram Calculation
    Critical Path: Project time duration can be determined by the addition of activity duration evaluates from the links, passing from left to right (Lock 2007). It is total time being consumed in planning a project providing a base for the plan of the project. Project Duration is 93 days in this scenario...
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  • Working Capital Management
    THE CASE OF KSE QUOTED OIL & GAS (E&P) FIRMS KHALID HAMEED SHAIKH (9102) INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (IoBM) SECTION A December 28, 2011 IMPACT OF WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT ON PROFITABILITY THE CASE OF KSE QUOTED OIL & GAS (E&P) FIRMS Abstract: This research report...
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  • leadership current theories
    and e-leadership. This structure has the benefit of creating a future focus as well as providing an interesting way to examine the development of the field. Each section ends with an identification of issues to be addressed in the future, in addition to the overall integration of the literature we provide...
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  • Work-Life Balance Essay
    concerns in contemporary society (Wood and de Menezes (2010, p.1575). Therefore it is essential for organisations to incorporate work-life balance strategies with job design and employment policies. According to Wood and de Menezes (2010, p.1575), work-life practices have come to the front position of...
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  • Garmin
    Garmin (GRMN) Recommendation: Buy Industry: Communication Equipment Recent Price $59.37 Analyst: Jennifer Traynor Target Price $60.76 Report Date: 5/2/2007 Highlights • Large-cap growth stock with a market cap of $11.68 billion. • Garmin has the number one GPS market share of 50% in the U.S. and the...
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  • Hjvbhyghb N
    ¨ Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, University of Tubingen, Auf der Morgenstelle 15, 72076 Tubingen, Germany ¨ ¨ Received August 23, 2007 Contents 1. Introduction 2. Technology 2.1. Classical Electronic Noses Based on Chemical Gas Sensors 2.2. New Approaches 2.2.1. Optical Sensor Systems...
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  • Alphabetic Bibliography
    Decentralized Identifiers’’, in Thought Palace Dec 2 2007; at http://mooseyard.com/Jens/2007/12/facebook-anddecentralized-identifiers [22] Alliance to Outfox Phone Fraud, hosted by Verizon at http://www .bell-atl.com/security/fraud/ but now withdrawn; as of August 2007, Verizon had its own scam alert page at http://www22 ...
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  • Brand equity measurement
    Mittal, & Sharma, 1995, p. 11). Although there are many researches about brand equity carried on by numbers of authors, most of their conclusions are consistent with Farquhar’s concept of brand equity as “the value added by the brand to the product” (Srinivasan, Park, & Chang, 2005, p. 1433). However,...
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  • Consumers’ Perceptions When Evaluating Brand Extensions in Relation to the Original Brand
    that of the original brand (Bristol, 2002: 198). Several studies have concluded that the greater the similarity/fit between the original brand and extended brand, the greater the transfer of positive (or negative) affect to the extended brand (Aaker & Keller, 1990; Barrett, Lye and Venkateswarlu, 1999;...
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  • A Review Essay on Marti Kheel’s Nature Ethics and Its Implications for a More Integrative Approach to Transpersonal Psychology
    individual beings. This review essay will focus on Kheel’s criticisms of Warwick Fox’s (1995) Toward a Transpersonal Ecology and concepts from the field of transpersonal psychology more generally. Drawing from feminism, animal advocacy, environmental ethics, and holistic philosophy, Kheel suggests an...
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  • Healthcare Evaluation
    nursing and clinical care were met, Stony Brook University developed a pilot program to do more effectively (Messina, Stoekel, & Voelpel, 2008, p. 198). Accordingly, the administration and facilitators in the program sought ways to assess the level of academic and clinical care competencies its students...
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  • Project Management
    Task 1 Question 1 [pic] [pic] Figure 1: Source: Field; Keller 2007, p 197-198 Question 2 Essential Methodology-Precedence Diagram/Precedence Network Table 1 | |Duration (Days) |Slack/Float ...
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