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Studying human judgments of relevance

Theresa Dirndorfer Anderson
2006 Proceedings of the 1st international conference on Information interaction in context - IIiX  
This paper discusses the ways participants in a two-year ethnographic study judged relevance when engaged in searching and research tasks.  ...  In presenting some of the findings from this longitudinal study, the paper demonstrates the value of this approach for enhancing our understanding of the evolving nature of human relevance judgments.  ...  From this research, we can conclude that perceptions of a search topic and the content of documents change during the course of a research project and therefore investigating a relevance judgment made  ... 
doi:10.1145/1164820.1164825 dblp:conf/iiix/Anderson06 fatcat:2aiefxooxvd57lpdtt3kl4rdru

Temporal information searching behaviour and strategies

Hideo Joho, Adam Jatowt, Roi Blanco
2015 Information Processing & Management  
This paper reports the findings of a user study that explored temporal information searching behaviour and strategies in a laboratory setting.  ...  Searching for domain experts was a key tactic in Future search, and file types of relevant documents are different from other temporal classes.  ...  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions described here are the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the sponsors.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2015.03.006 fatcat:khoo5lx6gnc6nncznbr7vyvm4a

Interacting with information resources: digital libraries for education

Ann Blandford
2006 International Journal of Learning Technology  
This paper reviews the capabilities of libraries for supporting learning.  ...  We consider the various roles traditional libraries play and how they are being transformed into digital information repositories.  ...  I am grateful for stimulating discussions with Anne Adams, Simon Attfield, George Buchanan, Hanna Stelmaszewska and Claire Warwick on the topics covered in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijlt.2006.010617 fatcat:7ywuxvhbifbb3kz4sn6yqqhj7e

Coaching efficacy research: learning from the past and looking to the future

Ian D. Boardley
2017 International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology  
of CE proposed in the model. 8 Several outcomes of CE proposed in the model have also been empirically supported. 15 Summary of key findings 9 In terms of coaching behaviour, stronger support  ...  group-) level. 3 In summary, given the body of research reviewed presently and the emergence of 4 relevant conceptual models and frameworks since the original CE model was conceived, a 5 revised CE model  ... 
doi:10.1080/1750984x.2017.1290816 fatcat:atat4ystqzh3dm53cvj7jf2ura

Reliability of Perceptual-Cognitive Skills in a Complex, Laboratory-Based Team-Sport Setting

Matthias Hinz, Nico Lehmann, Kevin Melcher, Norman Aye, Vanja Radić, Herbert Wagner, Marco Taubert
2021 Applied Sciences  
The temporal occlusion paradigm is often used in anticipation and decision-making research in sports.  ...  The test provides a foundation for future temporal occlusion studies, including recommendations for new explanatory approaches in cognition research.  ...  Acknowledgments: We want to thank all students that were involved in the test design and the data collection. We also thank all team-handball players in this study for their participation.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app11115203 fatcat:pjsvodr3kbb3ddupkrn6nzo3ia

Follow-Up Support for Effective type 1 Diabetes self-management (The FUSED Model): A systematic review and meta-ethnography of the barriers, facilitators and recommendations for sustaining self-management skills after attending a structured education programme

Fiona Campbell, Julia Lawton, David Rankin, Mark Clowes, Elizabeth Coates, Simon Heller, Nicole de Zoysa, Jackie Elliott, Jenna P. Breckenridge
2018 BMC Health Services Research  
A line of argument approach was used to synthesise the findings. The search identified 18 papers from six studies. The studies included were judged to be of high methodological quality.  ...  We undertook a meta-ethnography of relevant qualitative studies, identified using systematic search methods.  ...  The funding body had no role in the design of the review, identification of studies, analysis and interpretation of data or in the writing of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-018-3655-z pmid:30482202 pmcid:PMC6258400 fatcat:ryoemzcl5nd53olx4nisfqlz2q

Systematic review of the links between human resource management practices and performance

M Patterson, J Rick, S Wood, C Carroll, S Balain, A Booth
2010 Health Technology Assessment  
Reviews in Health Technology Assessment are termed 'systematic' when the account of the search, appraisal and synthesis methods (to minimise biases and random errors) would, in theory, permit the replication  ...  HTA findings also help to improve the quality of clinical practice in the NHS indirectly in that they form a key component of the 'National Knowledge Service'.  ...  This chapter provides a narrative summary for relevant longitudinal research relating specifically to the health sector and health professionals.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hta14510 pmid:21050585 fatcat:3uerx3vqircupgyryxmfy6sdze

Interventions for promoting reintegration and reducing harmful behaviour and lifestyles in street-connected children and young people

Esther Coren, Rosa Hossain, Jordi Pardo Pardo, Brittany Bakker
2016 The Cochrane library  
of these findings for further research and research methods to improve evidence in relation to the primary research objective.• To consider adverse or unintended outcomes.  ...  No studies measured the primary outcome of reintegration and none reported on adverse effects.We found no consistent results on a range of relevant outcomes within domains of psychosocial health, substance  ...  We found insufficient studies for preparation of a useful funnel plot, so we did not prepare this.  ... 
doi:10.1002/14651858.cd009823.pub3 pmid:26760047 pmcid:PMC7096770 fatcat:p44e5wat4bhn5pftbbzc5f2nyi

Eighth Val-de-Grâce Emerging Infectious Diseases Seminar, Paris, France, March 29, 2019

Paul Le Turnier, Jocelyn Raude, Catherine Leport, Corinne Jadand, Bruno Hoen, Didier Che, Sylvie Sargueil, Patrick Zylberman, Jean-François Guégan
2020 Emerging Infectious Diseases  
A WHO guideline for emergency risk communication (ERC) policy and practice Communicating risk in public health emergencies A WHO guideline for emergency risk communication (ERC) policy and practice Communicating  ...  risk in public health emergencies: a WHO guideline for emergency risk communication (ERC) policy and practice ISBN 978-92-4-155020-8  ...  Acknowledgements The World Health Organization (WHO) Department of Infectious Hazard Management produced these guidelines in collaboration with the Department of Communications.  ... 
doi:10.3201/eid2603.191386 fatcat:snlfppjpzzgarhzsdom3kgbfdq

System evaluation of archival description and access

Junte Zhang
2012 SIGIR Forum  
Second, we research whether there is a changing search behavior when the same user interacts more and repeatedly with a single EAD finding aid.  ...  The method evolved from known-item search-start from a known document and formulate a question to which that document is a suitable answer-to include judgements of relevance with the aim to find all relevant  ...  These only have 26 and 23 one-click sessions respectively. So here there is complete agreement among the users for a specific search behavior, i.e. only getting an overview and then stop.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2093346.2093367 fatcat:uoqzc5kavva2hn3j7kxzybhlwu

Interventions for promoting reintegration and reducing harmful behaviour and lifestyles in street-connected children and young people

Esther Coren, Rosa Hossain, Jordi Pardo Pardo, Mirella MS Veras, Kabita Chakraborty, Holly Harris, Anne J Martin
2013 Evidence-Based Child Health A Cochrane Review Journal  
2013) Interventions for promoting reintegration and reducing harmful behaviour and lifestyles in street-connected children and young people. The Cochrane Library.  ...  Again, these findings reflected uncertainty and did not show a clear trend. Summary of change scores (Appendix 3): the change scores indicated very mixed results.  ...  Summary of change scores (Appendix 3): the change scores in this category were also mixed, as discussed in more detail in the summary of results.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ebch.1923 pmid:24040679 fatcat:s2qmwhm655gcvjzbj7pghlxixm

The Psychology of Internet Fraud Victimisation: a Systematic Review

Gareth Norris, Alexandra Brookes, David Dowell
2019 Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology  
Relevant databases and websites were searched using terms related to psychology and fraud victimisation. A total of 44 papers were extracted and 34 included in the final analysis.  ...  Despite a growing body of research, the total number of studies able to identify specific psychological processes associated with increased susceptibility to online fraud victimisation was limited.  ...  Additional studies examining the relevance of ELM have found mixed support for the relevance of this individual factor relating to fraud victimisation (see Whitty 2013; Chang 2008), although Vishwanath  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11896-019-09334-5 fatcat:njdy7vrq2rfsndkpernpfuy36u

Information seeking in the context of writing

Simon Attfield, Ann Blandford, John Dowell
2003 Journal of Documentation  
Following Sharples (1996), we treat writing as a design activity and explore parallels between the psychology of design and information seeking.  ...  Significant parallels can be found and ideas from the psychology of design offer explanations for a number of information seeking phenomena.  ...  report the evolution of search tactics, search terms, relevance judgments and sources by a group of students engaged in the task of writing a research proposal for their masters theses.  ... 
doi:10.1108/00220410310485712 fatcat:i42swjyhd5fsjioon4g4zjqhxa

Interacting with Information

Ann Blandford, Simon Attfield
2010 Synthesis Lectures on Human-Centered Informatics  
The series will publish state-of-the-art syntheses, case studies, and tutorials in key areas. It will share the focus of leading international conferences in HCI.  ...  It encompasses a huge range of issues, theories, technologies, designs, tools, environments and human experiences in knowledge work, recreation and leisure activity, teaching and learning, and the potpourri  ...  Our research in this area has been funded by EPSRC and ESRC. Ann Blandford and Simon AttfieldNovember 2009  ... 
doi:10.2200/s00227ed1v01y200911hci006 fatcat:fjdkdevqpvepfjhxkjcm5u75hu

Considering Objective and Subjective Measures for Police Use of Force Evaluation

Paula M. Di Nota, Jennifer F. Chan, Juha-Matti Huhta, Judith P. Andersen
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
In spite of significant interest in the application of police use of force (UOF) from organisations, researchers, and the general public, there remains no industry standard for how police UOF is trained  ...  Using longitudinal data from a sample of Canadian police officers (n = 57) evaluated during UOF training scenarios, we discuss how objective and subjective measures reflect changes in officer performance  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank members of the HART Lab for assisting with data collection, as well as the partnering police agency for their cooperation and participation.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18105351 pmid:34069786 fatcat:hgnwfjahlfae3mwpp7y5wyplkq
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