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Modeling the interplay of information seeking and information sharing

Reijo Savolainen
2019 Aslib Journal of Information Management  
Purpose -The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the creation of a holistic picture of information behavior by examining the connections between information seeking and sharing.  ...  The study draws on conceptual analysis of 27 key studies examining the above issue, with a focus on the scrutiny of six major models for information behavior.  ...  The present study contributes to information behavior research by scrutinizing how HIB models developed so far have conceptualized the interplay of information seeking and sharing.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ajim-10-2018-0266 fatcat:kfyeotd5fjavjbhmd62tzr7na4

Understanding cross‐border mergers and acquisitions of African firms: The role of dynamic capabilities in enabling competitiveness amidst contextual constraints

William Y. Degbey, Taina Eriksson, Peter Rodgers, Nnamdi Oguji
2020 Thunderbird International Business Review  
The article's contribution is the development of a DC framework and testable propositions for African EMNEs' cross-border M&As.  ...  Overall, the article contributes to the emerging literature on the international expansion of African EMNEs through cross-border M&As by underscoring the role of DCs.  ...  seek a better understanding of the contextual factors that motivate firms from emerging economies to undertake such a form of internationalization, and also to examine the extent to which EMNE M&A behavior  ... 
doi:10.1002/tie.22138 fatcat:mappa3xcjbhdfm3bx6c4v4mdum

The relationship context of human behavior and development

Harry T. Reis, W. Andrew Collins, Ellen Berscheid
2000 Psychological bulletin  
The influence of social relationships on human development and behavior is receiving increased attention from psychologists, who are central contributors to the rapidly developing multidisciplinary field  ...  In this article, the authors selectively review some of the significant strides that have been made toward understanding the effects of relationships on development and behavior and the processes by which  ...  The individualistic perspective that seeks the causes of behavior within the properties of a single individual must be augmented, and in some cases replaced, by methods for seeking the causes of behavior  ... 
doi:10.1037/0033-2909.126.6.844 pmid:11107879 fatcat:snnwosmwpvh2tekxjszyequeuq

The relationship context of human behavior and development

Harry T. Reis, W. Andrew Collins, Ellen Berscheid
2000 Psychological bulletin  
The influence of social relationships on human development and behavior is receiving increased attention from psychologists, who are central contributors to the rapidly developing multidisciplinary field  ...  In this article, the authors selectively review some of the significant strides that have been made toward understanding the effects of relationships on development and behavior and the processes by which  ...  The individualistic perspective that seeks the causes of behavior within the properties of a single individual must be augmented, and in some cases replaced, by methods for seeking the causes of behavior  ... 
doi:10.1037//0033-2909.126.6.844 fatcat:j54fj36izvbunn5422azuyaasi

A K (plus one) ARDS Modular Model to Improve Non-English Department English Teachers' Competences in a Higher Education

Fransisca Endang Lestariningsih
2018 Journal of Education and Learning (EduLearn)  
A modular model proposed by Kumaravadivelu, with his KARDS model seems appropriate to be applied for the English teachers who are assigned to teach higher education students.  ...  EAP now seeks to understand and engage learners in a critical understanding of the increasingly varied contexts and practices of academic communication [9] .  ...  It not only seeks to establish and sustain an orderly environment so students can engage in meaningful academic learning, it also aims to enhance students' social and moral growth.  ... 
doi:10.11591/edulearn.v12i2.6210 fatcat:x656czofgbc4nemcqm4osjidji

Developing the Field Site Concept for the Study of Cultural Evolution

David Sloan Wilson, Harvey Whitehouse
2017 Cliodynamics  
First, we seek to clarify what exactly a "field site" is in the context of research on human behavior.  ...  As I stressed at the beginning of this essay, conceptual work is required in addition to physical work for field sites to play the same role for the study of cultural evolution as for the study of biological  ...  of human behavior.  ... 
doi:10.21237/c7clio7233542 fatcat:efkdmiaotneyda3orkasuh6mzy

Sex, attachment, and the development of reproductive strategies

Marco Del Giudice
2009 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
traits related to avoidant attachment can be favored as a status-seeking strategy for males.  ...  This target article presents an integrated evolutionary model of the development of attachment and human reproductive strategies.  ...  As models of neuroendocrine systems increase in precision, they will enhance the ability of attachment theorists to specify the causal cascade contributing to patterns of reproductive behaviors.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x09000016 pmid:19210806 fatcat:fzb5b3sbora3nhakhdjfkjwgza

Embodied Cognition and the Direct Induction of Affect as a Compliment to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Tania Pietrzak, Christina Lohr, Beverly Jahn, Gernot Hauke
2018 Behavioral Sciences  
Advantages of embodiment is highlighted as a complimentary process model to deepen the intensity and valence of affective experience.  ...  There is a growing body of evidence for the added value of experiential affect-focused interventions combined with CBT. Evidence for the embodied model of cognition and emotion is reviewed.  ...  Gernot Hauke developed the conceptualization of the embodied cognitive therapy frame and pointed to the IS model proposing to use it for the aspect of therapeutic relationship in the switch model.  ... 
doi:10.3390/bs8030029 pmid:29495377 pmcid:PMC5867482 fatcat:waorn6ze3bhajfxhqcsh2xa4rm

Indexing: Concepts and Theory

Birger Hjørland
2018 Knowledge organization  
Third, by drawing on various theories of genre and activity systems, I underpin the connection between social organization and knowledge organization further by seeking to integrate these with knowledge  ...  The second level examines the role of knowledge organization in scholarly communication by means of how indexing reflects and responds to the rhetorical activities of scholarly articles.  ...  Acknowledgements Acknowledgements is usually the place where one expresses a Acknowledgments I am grateful to Blaise Cronin, Pamela Sandstrom, and the anonymous referees of this article for their thoughtful  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2018-7-609 fatcat:ck62ps2gwvhvvlzyetcflqmciu

Epilogue [chapter]

Deborah Brandt
2020 Approaches to Lifespan Writing Research: Generating an Actionable Coherence  
And we see that to share the power of writing is to share the means for all to articulate their needs, interest, and learning into the great experiment of literacy.  ...  The publishers and the Series editors are committed to the principle that knowledge should freely circulate. We see the opportunities that new technologies have for further democratizing knowledge.  ...  (this volume) take up statistical modeling for writing research in ways that contribute to this conversation.  ... 
doi:10.37514/per-b.2020.1053.3.2 fatcat:xvmeodke7fezrk2pmmyeeh4vtu

The relationship between cognitive ability, emotional intelligence and negative career thoughts: A study of career-exploring adults

Dennis Dahl, Frans Cilliers
2012 South African Journal of Human Resource Management  
intelligence and negative thoughts pertaining to career in a sample of unemployed, non-student adults.Motivation for study: There is a need for research which investigates the psychological factors that  ...  contribute to successful career exploration and decision-making.  ...  The second level addresses information processing (i.e. how the individual recognizes, attends to, remembers, elaborates upon, and uses information from the environment).  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajhrm.v10i2.461 fatcat:oa5qmz4uyraxdeibpb4goythuq

The Birth of Modern Criminology and Gendered Constructions of Homosexual Criminal Identity

Jordan Blair Woods
2014 Journal of Homosexuality  
Through an analysis of Cesare Lombroso's writings, the article argues that a multifaceted stigma of deviance attached to homosexuality and gender nonconformity in early criminological theory.  ...  This article analyzes the treatment of sexual orientation and gender identity at the birth of the discipline around the 1870s.  ...  Scholars have ascribed the growing popularity of Lombroso's theory of crime to discussions of his work in Ellis's (1890) The Criminal. 7.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00918369.2014.969053 pmid:25265480 fatcat:wvq2qhoz4nfffknkktvgxeftha

Irrational Beliefs and Emotionality in Adolescents with and without Bronchial Asthma

Laura Silverglade, Donald J. Tosi, Pamela Sharrett Wise, Ayres D'costa
1994 The Journal of general psychology  
the development of different behaviors for men and women may contribute to sex differences in irrational beliefs.  ...  According to Ellis's model of human disturbance, irrational beliefs mediate the arousal of distress.  ...  I acknowledge that I have had the opportunity to obtain additional information regarding the study and that any questions I have raised have been answered to my full satisfaction.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00221309.1994.9921196 pmid:7964662 fatcat:senxj6ny5rehhcnbiwcqniak6m

Disappear here: violence after Generation X

2015 ChoiceReviews  
Though the song is not identified in the novel, Baelo-Allué suggests that Clay is referring to "Los Angeles" from the 1980 album by the punk rock band X (60).  ...  We control every part of your life . Together we  ...  We drive the ambulances We direct your calls. . We are cooks and taxi drivers. We are everyone you come into contact with on a daily bases. We know everything about you.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.194366 fatcat:3lgcnbvj4ng53hhqvrf3lje2ny

Stress Management in Young Adults: Implications of Mandala Coloring on Self-Reported Negative Affect and Psychophysiological Response

Christina Muthard, Rebecca Gilbertson
2016 Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research  
Psi Chi is a member of the As so cia tion of Col lege Honor So ci et ies (ACHS), and is an affiliate of the Ameri can Psy cho logi cal As so cia tion (APA) and the Association for Psy cho log i cal Science  ...  Mem ber ship is open to gradu ate and under gradu ate students mak ing the study of psy chol ogy one of their major interests and who meet Psi Chi's min i mum qual i fi ca tions.  ...  However, past studies investigating how irrational beliefs relate to emotional distress have employed activating events that are anomalous with Ellis's (1994) conceptualization of an authentic activating  ... 
doi:10.24839/2164-8204.jn21.1.16 fatcat:zylkgm3mmrau5cw7csczr2jbpe
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