Affective experiences

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  • Reviews the primary literature and empirical findings related to three major factors that affect military personnel productivity: experience, training, and ability. The majority of studies concerning the relationship between productivity and experience, training, or aptitude find that each of these three factors contributes significantly to

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  • Use of the Guard and Reserve has steadily increased since the first Gulf War in the early 1990s, and this trend is likely to continue as the Global War on Terror persists. Previous research on how deployments affect military families has focused almost exclusively on the Active Component; however, demographic differences between

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  • IT IS ALWAYS DIFFICULT for an author to narrow the list of acknowledgments, let alone for coauthors. So many people have affected the learning and writing process. We decided to list them separately within this section, which also gives us the opportunity to thank each other and those who helped bring us together.

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  • Hi, I’m Tommy. I’m your success coach for the next 28 days. Born and reared in Ireland where I live with my wife Sandra, I have worked most of my life in the motor business. In 2009 I studied and qualified as a life coach because I wanted to improve my skills in motivating and coaching staff. I discovered a new profession that actually produces very positive results. In 2011, affected by the economic crisis, I wrapped up my motor business, and free time led me to look at life coaching along with my other skills to help me discover...

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  • Over the course of a few short years, electronic business has advanced from a buzzword to a thriving new channel for the delivery of goods and services and the mediation of financial transactions, shaping the destiny of numerous contemporary enterprises and significantly affecting entire economies worldwide.

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  • People talk a lot about how the world of business has changed; how markets today are not just regional or national, but global; how fastevolving telecommunications technology has dramatically cranked up the speed of doing business; and how employees are seeking more meaningful work along with a voice in the decisions that affect them. It’s true, the world of business has changed. More than ever before, this means that managers must also change to meet these new challenges.

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  • Care for pregnant women differs fundamentally from most other medical endeavours. ‘Routine’ care during pregnancy and birth interferes in the lives of healthy people, and in a process which has the potential to be an important life experience. It is diffi cult to measure the extent to which our efforts may, for example, disturb the development of a confi dent, nurturing relationship between mother and baby. The harmful effects we measure in randomised trials are limited to those we have predicted may occur.

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  • Conflict can be good for a business When it isn’t good, the conflict must be resolved Different methods exist to resolve conflict No one method is best for any conflict, A process that begins when one party perceives that another party has negatively affected, or is about to negatively affect .

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  • The second chapter case study by Rosso et al. presents a medical survey that tests professional drivers for the presence of various psychoactive substances. Positives were identified by using a commercially available immunoassay rapid kit test which indicates consumption of psychoactive drugs. This is of interest and important since the dependence on drugs may pose a risk to drivers in their profession affecting their reaction time and driving judgment. This is one of the first and important contributions to the literature in this area.

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  • · Learn more about the subject, by reading and where possible by talking to others with experience in the area. This learning should cover the purpose of the accounts, the policy questions which they could answer, the different methods for structuring them, and so on. · Bring together the key players in the country and help them learn about the subject.

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  • earning is skill acquisition and increased fluency. A teacher is anyone who affects the environment so that others learn. (By this definition you don't even have to be alive to be a teacher!) These notes describe some building blocks for effective teaching. They do not deliberately target teaching children with autism but you will certainly see that focus.

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  • Neighborhood features may be protective or harmful for health of persons once in old age. Given the rapidly aging population, and the potential economic and social benefits of having older persons age in place, understanding the effects of neighborhoods on the health of the elderly is important for the formulation of public policy. In this paper, we provide an overview of what is known about neighborhoods and health in late life and discuss the potential and challenges of using national survey data to study this topic.

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  • Victor McLaglen’s life was greatly influenced by, and mir- rored, his experiences of the British Empire, an empire he travelled widely and knew well. He had been a Boer War volunteer, potential Canadian homesteader, gold and silver miner in Canada and Austra- lia, farm worker, boxer, wrestler, pearl diver, big game hunter, ma- cho carnival tough guy, music hall performer, World War I soldier, Assistant Provost Marshal of Baghdad, and an actor in the early Brit- ish film industry. Some of his brothers would settle in Kenya and South Africa.

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  • Each year more than 200 million people are affected by floods, tropical storms, droughts, earthquakes, and also operational failures, wars, terrorism, vandalism, and accidents involving hazardous materials. These are part of the wide variety of events that cause death, injury, and significant economic losses for the countries affected. As demonstrated by recent events, natural and manmade hazards can affect anyone in anyplace.

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  • This study content analyzes all the sales promotion related advertisements that appeared in a major Hong Kong news- paper. The research reveals that the alliance between the promotion techniques and the environment is important and underlines the importance a company should place on its environment. As marketing environment has affected promo- tion trends, this study provides marketing practitioners with a new perspective that would encourage them to more strategically manage the sales promotion with the consideration of the environmental dynamics along with the time line.

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  • A probit regression model is estimated in order to analyze how firm age and size affect the likelihood of being a HGF. The analysis confirms that firm age and size affect the probability of a firm becoming any type of HGF. Larger firms are more likely to be HGFs measured in absolute numbers and less likely when HGFs are measured in relative numbers. Firm age has a significant negative impact on the likelihood of being a HGF in almost all regressions, indicating that young firms are more likely to be HGFs irrespective of how HGFs are defined. Thus, new firm...

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học General Psychiatry cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Cellular mechanisms underlying the effects of an early experience on cognitive abilities and affective states...

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  • External environment: Everything outside an organisation that might affect it. –General environment: Broad dimensions/forces in an organisation’s surroundings, creating its overall context. –Task environment: Specific organisations or groups that affect the organisation. •Internal environment: The conditions and forces within an organisation.Political-legal dimension •Economic dimension •Socio-cultural dimension •Technological dimension •International dimension •Impacts are vague, imprecise and long term. •Cannot be influenced by organisations....

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  • The impact of perinatal mental health problems on infants has been studied in HIC, mostly in terms of neuro-psycho-behavioural variables, which are likely to apply in LMICs as well. Infants of depressed mothers show dysregulations affecting their behavior and physiology, thought to be derived from a prenatal exposure to a biochemical imbalance in their mothers (48, 70). Newborns of depressed mothers also have neurotransmitter imbalances (e.g., higher cortisol and lower dopamine and serotonin levels), are described as physiologically less mature (e.g.

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  • The premium price accruing to organic food prod- ucts directly impacts the consumption levels (Aryal et al. 2009). Instead the demand for organic products must be seen in relative proportion of income that is usually spent on food consumption (Tsakiridou et al. 2008). Furthermore, consumer behavior is a dynamic process because of con- tinuous changes in ideas, perceptions and activities of the consumers. Attitude is shaped selec- tively to compromise consumers needs. Learning is gained by experience and it affects consum- ers’ behavior.

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