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A21. Deer-vehicle crash, ecological, and economic impacts of reduced roadside mowing – final report

Edward D. Entsminger
2018 Figshare  
Deer-vehicle crash, ecological, and economic impacts of reduced roadside mowing – final report. Washington, D.C.: Federal Highway Administration.  ...  However, due to several study design flaws, these results are also questionable. First, the treatment and control areas were not comparable.  ...  However, due to several study design flaws, these results are also questionable. First, the treatment and control areas were not comparable.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7464503.v1 fatcat:lpqxtkjl4faznaljhlcnekspku

Complex human-deer interactions challenge conventional management approaches: the need to consider power, trust, and emotion

Taylor R. Stinchcomb, Zhao Ma, Zoe Nyssa
2022 Ecology and Society  
In Indiana, neither wildlife managers nor researchers have assessed public perceptions of deer beyond hunting and farming stakeholders.  ...  Using Indiana as a case, this study draws from the Integrated Adaptive Behavior Model (IABM) to understand human-deer interactions as a complex system.  ...  Acknowledgments: This paper is a contribution of the Integrated Deer Management Project, a collaborative research effort between Purdue University and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources-Division  ... 
doi:10.5751/es-12899-270113 fatcat:53ujzajwcvbijj2hue4sej7cj4

Design and distribution of patient-centered medication

D.G. Morrow, W. Weiner, M. Deer, J. Young, S. Dunn, P. McGuire, M. Murray
2002 Gerontechnology  
The Center for Research and Education on Aging and Technology Enhancement (CREATE) is designed to determine the design and training needs for older adults' interactions with technology.  ...  CREATE at Home: Human Factors Contributions to an Aware Home for Older Adults. Gerontechnology 2002; 2(1): 89.  ...  The participants were asked to navigate through the experimental websites and to answer specific questions, based on the information within the websites.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.080.00 fatcat:rjd6dfbcnfecze75k4ml56z5ba

Digital Escape Rooms as Innovative Pedagogical Tools in Education: A Systematic Literature Review

Agoritsa Makri, Dimitrios Vlachopoulos, Richard A. Martina
2021 Sustainability  
Based on the exhaustive literature review, an agenda for future research is promised and the implications for designing innovative ER approaches have been highlighted.  ...  Additionally, the present study provides insights into the design process of such technology enhanced EERs.  ...  As the studies addressed different questions, postulations, and answer scales, it is impossible to aggregate the participants' answers.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13084587 fatcat:ynlwdmllzjdu5awljxr3goxxza

Evoking 21st-Century Skills: Developing Instrument of Critical Thinking Skills and Mastery of Ecosystem Concepts

Lia Junita Harahap, Rizhal Hendi Ristanto, Ratna Komala
2020 Tadris: Jurnal Keguruan dan Ilmu Tarbiyah  
The research method used was the 4D model (Define, Design, Develop, and Disseminate), however this research did not do the disseminate stage due to the limitation of time.  ...  This study aims to develop the instruments of critical thinking skills and the ecosystem concept mastery.  ...  Expert Validation development model used was the 4D development model (Define, Design, Develop, and Disseminate). However, this study only reached the Develop stage.  ... 
doi:10.24042/tadris.v5i1.5943 fatcat:ijgoj23p5vbpncpor7flwzgujm

Property rights and the gender distribution of wealth in Ecuador, Ghana and India

Carmen Diana Deere, Abena D. Oduro, Hema Swaminathan, Cheryl Doss
2013 Journal of Economic Inequality  
The Gender Asset Gap Project is a joint initiative of an international research team that was formed in 2009 with four objectives: 1) to collect individuallevel asset data from three different countries  ...  Abstract: Women's ability to accumulate wealth is often attributed to whether they have property rights; i.e., a legal personality to own and manage property.  ...  The empirical analysis contained herein is due to the efforts of many people and we would like to acknowledge the contributions of our team members: Zachary Catanzarite (Ecuador); William Baah-Boateng,  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10888-013-9241-z fatcat:qb3zxy3eljekfndw6wor6xnqka

Visual perception specifics of children with ASD as a determinant for educational environment outlinetimes

Tatiana Bystrova, Ludmila Tokarskaya, Darko Vukovic
2017 International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education  
A B S T R A C T The idea of inclusive education raises the question of security of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).  ...  On the basis of theoretical and empirical data we specified the criteria for graphic design products which play a pivotal role in the formation of school educational environment.  ...  The answer to the question of how these children understand the world around us, how they interpret incoming signals, will help create special manuals for them, resulting in contribution to their more  ... 
doi:10.5937/ijcrsee1701075b fatcat:kbyarry5wngbdmrlnealpb3gfu

Research Versus Problem Solving for the Education Leadership Doctoral Thesis: Implications for Form and Function

Doug Archbald
2008 Educational Administration Quarterly  
A growing literature is questioning the appropriateness of a research dissertation for practitioners in education doctoral programs.  ...  This literature has not examined in-depth distinctions between research and organizational problem solving and the implications for an alternative thesis design for education leadership doctorates.  ...  Educational Administration Quarterly EdD THESES ARE "RESEARCH STUDIES" Almost all EdD students still culminate their graduate studies by doing a quantitative or qualitative research study (Deering,  ... 
doi:10.1177/0013161x07313288 fatcat:deoylfkii5dqhcynnvv5nrj7ky

Interpersonal and communication skills development in nursing preceptorship education and training programmes: a scoping review protocol

Philip Hardie, Andrew Darley, Catherine Redmond, Attracta Lafferty, Suzi Jarvis
2021 HRB Open Research  
and training programmes and identify any educational practices that are worthy of further consideration for future research.  ...  The preceptorship model is an education-focused model for teaching and learning within a clinical environment in nursing.  ...  The distinguishing features of a scoping review will permit the authors to answer the specified research question, applying a systematic and evidencebased approach to identify the current knowledge on  ... 
doi:10.12688/hrbopenres.13201.1 pmid:33665546 pmcid:PMC7903201 fatcat:svt4nxyn2bbddoecqvheorrgmu

How Does Interactivity in a Video Game Render People Susceptible? A Mediating Role of Concrete-level Action Identity in Immersive Media

Young June Sah, Wei Peng
2019 Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberpspace  
., understanding actions as concrete identities), rather than abstract meanings (i.e., understanding actions as abstract identities).  ...  Implications for using the mental representation approach in media-effect studies were discussed.  ...  Acknowledgement This work was supported by the National Research Foundation of Korea Grant funded by the Korean Government (NRF-2017S1A3A2066149).  ... 
doi:10.5817/cp2019-4-4 fatcat:qdbg4kairrf7pfxhs6ammkrbje

A Curriculum Unit for Promoting Complex System Thinking: The Case of Combined System Dynamics and Agent Based Models for Population Growth

Eilam Billie, Reisfeld Dorit
2017 Journal of Advances in Education Research  
This study deepens our understanding of 16 ninth graders' system thinking by identifying some cognitive aspects involved in the acquisition process while studying specially designed simulation-based curriculum  ...  Vachliotis Salta and Tzougraki (2014) contend that "Much of the research to date suggests that only through carefully designed educational interventions, do individuals come to understand complex phenomena  ...  Journal of Advances in Education Research, Vol. 2, No. 2, May 2017  ... 
doi:10.22606/jaer.2017.22001 fatcat:hzl73uaj55ai3j5vhcmzwhu4ai

Panel discussion: What makes good research in modeling and simulation: Assessing the quality, success, and utility of M&S research

Jeffrey S. Smith, John A. Hamilton, Richard E. Nance, Barry L. Nelson, George F. Riley, Lee W. Schruben
2008 2008 Winter Simulation Conference  
Each panelist was asked to submit a position paper addressing the general question of "What makes good Modeling and Simulation research?"  ...  This paper presents a summary of these position papers along with an introduction and conclusion aimed at identifying the common themes to setup the conference panel.  ...  For all too long the scientific funding sources have not grasped the reality that studies providing answers to questions in physics, chemistry, material sciences, and biology do not contribute to answering  ... 
doi:10.1109/wsc.2008.4736130 dblp:conf/wsc/SmithHNNRS08 fatcat:hk4jcljvara5baxualylkrfimq

Bridging the Chasm between Management Education, Research, and Practice: Moving Towards the 'Grounded Theory' Approach

Shlomo Maital, Srinivas Prakhya, DVR Seshadri
2008 Vikalpa The Journal for Decision Makers  
Today, management research is found following an inappropriate model, the hypotheticoscientific method designed for laboratory research in the natural sciences.  ...  While educators use case studies intensively, researchers reject N=1 qualitative methods and instead employ N ≥ 25.  ...  In management research, it is overwhelmingly clear that good answers to great questions are far and away preferred to great answers to weak questions.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0256090920080101 fatcat:2ji77g7wdzfodfhpthwafjfb2q

Young People's Descriptions of Computational Rules in Role-Playing Games: An Empirical Study

Judith Good, Katy Howland, Keiron Nicholson
2010 2010 IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing  
These findings have implications for the design of the Flip language, which aims to support young people as they begin to develop computational skills through game design.  ...  It was found that although young people were able to abstract away from the game play experience, very few of the rules were error-free.  ...  THE STUDY The study reported in this section was designed to examine the research questions outlined at the end of Section I.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vlhcc.2010.18 dblp:conf/vl/GoodHN10 fatcat:2ryr3a5j5jfihmqkljcmddu72q

Why are there more same-sex than opposite-sex dizygotic twins?

Satoshi Kanazawa, Nancy L Segal, David de Meza
2018 Human Reproduction  
STUDY QUESTION: Are there more same-sex (SS) than opposite-sex (OS) pairs among dizygotic twins?  ...  STUDY DESIGN, SIZE, DURATION: We analyze two population samples (not subject to Lykken's rule of two-thirds): the National Child Development Study in the UK (n = 17 419) from 1958 to present, and the National  ...  Note that, unlike most studies in twin research (Segal, 2012; Frazier et al., 2014) , our samples in both studies contained only one of the twins, not both.  ... 
doi:10.1093/humrep/dey046 pmid:29534175 fatcat:6xusdu34cvdv5cfhqydodz37ku
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