). Maternal style is the term used to differentiate both species differences and individual differences in maternal behaviors toward older infants that reﬂect the balance between permissive and restrictive rearing (e.g., Hinde and Simpson, 1975). Maternal style in early infancy is reﬂected by how...
Push, scream, or leave: how do consumers cope with crowded retail stores?
School of Business, Clayton State University, Morrow, Georgia, USA
Abstract Purpose – The paper examines coping strategies that consumers use within crowded retail stores. Speciﬁcally, this study explores and...
parenting style were designed to capture the patterning of behaviors that defined these environments (e.g., Sears, Maccoby, & Levin, 1957; Whiting & Child, 1953). In these approaches, factor analysis might be used to identify control as a behavioral attribute underlying the pattern of correlations among...
years, studies have begun to explore the fields
of cycle times and operations management, human resource development and product
development strategy within the fast food industry (Lashley 1998; Pitta 2010; Whiting and
Weckman 2004). This study provides case material for discussions of how queuing...
Wesley, S. (1782) quoted in Montgomery, 2003, p.63, cited in Woodhead, M. (2005), p.30
Whiting, B. B. and Whiting, J. W. M. (1975) cited in Woodhead, M. (2005), p.35
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Woodhead, M. (2005) ‘Children and development’, in Oates, J., Wood, C. and Grayson, A. (eds) Psychological Development and Early Childhood, Oxford, Blackwell/The Open University...
their desire for a
standardized research process. Although the interpretivists have several general criteria, many specific criteria arise because ofthe differences among individual
studies and theorists. In this section, we will discuss (1)
Whiting et al.'s research and how it exemplifies...
2006; Whiting & Edwards 1973,
1988). The psychologist Eleanor Maccoby
(1998, 2002) has argued that this pattern of
sex segregation plays a key role in the development of adult gender. Unfortunately
the causes of sex segregation remain poorly
Gender Role Development
Gender is "the most fundamental of human categories" ( Banaji & Prentice, 1994, p. 315 ). The fact that gender differences in behavior are observable in every human culture that has been studied, and that male and female stereotypes are similar across cultures ( Williams...
of mother-infant interaction in
the feeding situation. In J. A. Ambrose (Ed.), The functions of stimulation in early
post-natal development. London: Academic Press, in press.
Ainsworth, M. D. S., & Bell, S. M. Attachment, exploration, and separation: illustrated by the
behavior of one-year-olds...
race and ethnicity”, American Psychologist, Vol. 63 No. 8, pp. 651-70.
Podsakoff, N. P., Whiting, S. W., Podsakoff, P. M., & Blume, B. D. (2009). Individual-and organizational-level consequences of organizational citizenship behaviors: A meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 94(1), 122...
defines niche markets, outlines the steps to evaluate an operation’s current strategic position, examines how a niche market focus might affect that position, and finally, sketches out the important components of a niche marketing plan.
Essential elements of a niche marketing strategy to consider include...
induce us to encourage rather than discourage the discovery and delineation of
cultural differences through such approaches. Much as we might like to be able
to develop hypotheses regarding known differences in behavior and to test them,
we have probably not yet reached that stage. Compared to...
hypotheses about attitudes and behavior.
For example, in a research project during the 1980s,
my associates and I used a combination of ethnography and survey research to study television’s
behavioral effects in Brazil (see Kottak 1990a).
Our most general research question was this:
might examine how principalsand teachers classify students, how
differentgroups of students define school or peer relationships,or how
differentculturalgroupsdefine successin school. They would then explorehow these specificmentalisticpatternsrelateto other culturalpatterns.
would focus on a...
optician. It helped us to get a better insight on the optician industry and also the differences between franchise and niche opticians on aspects like the selling process and strategies that are being used for relationship management. It also gave us the breakthrough for our consulting product, that...
differences between sales and market orientation
What is the org’s focus?
What business are you in
To whom the product is directed
What is your primary goal
How do seek to achieve your goal?
Inward on the org’s needs
Selling goods and services
1. Large companies have expanded the diversity of their technology profiles’ bodies of understanding ‘, absorptive capacity enabling the firm to coordinate and benefit from external technical development in the supply chain, and to explore new opportunities outside the company.
day- even though students and parents report few problem behaviors online. Social networks focused on supporting relationships between teachers and their students are now used for learning, educator professionals development and content sharing
g. APPLICATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
role of purchase site to become a center for many possible activities. In the next step of the analysis, respondents were classified into habitat groups or niches based on differences in behavioral patterns. In forming these groups, participation scores on the four factors were used in a multi-step...
risks of overconfidence?
Understand how entrepreneurial motivation encompasses the factors by which goal-directed behavior is initiated, energized, and maintained
Tolerance for ambiguity