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This is the final proceedings of the 15th annual Australian Conference on Personality and Individual Differences conference, which was hosted by the Understanding Personality and Individual Differences ... Full papers included in the conference proceedings were subjected to further review for suitability and scientific rigour.To cite the conference proceedings as a whole, please use:Costello, S. ... The general term, Facebook Use refers to the frequency and duration Facebook visits, activities and number of Facebook 'friends'. ...doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4702291 fatcat:2uimbzsoxfgyfklxv4ganl7jju
CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
We analyse these data in the light of psychological theories of emotion. ... They reported using a diverse range of emotion-shaping tools and strategies as part of coping with daily challenges, managing routines, and pursuing work and social goals. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The work reported here was funded by the Australian Research Council, grant DP190102627. We are also grateful for the insightful and helpful comments of four reviewers. ...doi:10.1145/3491102.3517573 fatcat:shgutv3gdvg6jjzrdq2xawrq5e
The present study performs the bibliometric analysis of the social commerce (s-commerce) literature, highlights the major research themes, and suggests future research directions. ... The HistCite software has been used for bibliometric analysis on a sample of 660 s-commerce papers obtained from the ISI Web of Science database. ... Personality Traits Kang and Johnson (2015) Psychographic Characteristics Kang and Johnson (2015) Habit ...doi:10.4018/jgim.293291 fatcat:3iv73tvj25hhbagfalzahzklni
To help fill this void, this study examines users' experience of e-books in order to identify the areas of development, using Uses and Gratifications Theory (UGT), Expectation Confirmation Theory (ECT) ... Past research on parasocial breakups and uses and gratifications theory was used to predict emotional and behavioral reactions. ... In contrast, social identification theories show how opinion change can occur when a person's environmental context activates social knowledge stored in long-term memory. ...doi:10.5771/1615-634x-2011-3-447 fatcat:nf2acgjwrnhotkm4mh7pzelzye
Media choice Participation in group meetings Participation on social software Roles in the group Individual Experience with blog Experience with task Perceived ease of use Perceived enjoyability ... , and cultural participation and cultural diversity. ... Interview guide -student group blogs Appendix 3. Assessment of student groups' blog content and report ...doi:10.1145/1936254.1936301 dblp:conf/medes/Zhang10 fatcat:utdpfvltvvb5lbgvxwqgha27um
The Psychology of Social Networking Vol.2
Acknowledgements: We are grateful to the participants of this study. ... We thank Mr Paul Strickland of Xenodu Virtual Environments, the University of East Anglia (UEA), U.K, and the Norfolk and Suffolk National Health Service (NHS) Foundation Trust, UK. ... Role-playing Group identification. ...doi:10.1515/9783110473858-015 fatcat:7wtygoyu7nejfm3wydfzyv7zz4
Communications in Computer and Information Science
We thank the the students of Fernando Prestes school for participanting of our experiment. Acknowledgements. ... Our thanks also to Lili Nemec Zlatolas, University of Maribor Slovenia, the local chair, for all her work. Special thanks to the authors and participants at the conference. ... search strategy recorded by a software program that captures the screen (applied in five of the 16 case studies), participant observation (used twice), and focus groups (also used twice). ...doi:10.1007/978-3-319-22629-3_14 fatcat:nd3afvjdrzgxxiuwx7zwsfnhwm
OP-106 Adapting an Evidence-Based, Family-Oriented Treatment for IGD: Intervention Development Framework, Methods, and Lessons Learned HOWARD ... In one Version, the previous presented Internet-shopping pictures were located on the advantageous decks (long-term wins), while the neutral pictures were on the disadvantageous decks (long-term loses) ... Interviews were analyzed and coded following Grounded Theory. Results: Both groups reported significant impairment in the areas of family and social life and psychophysiological suffering. ...doi:10.1016/j.chb.2018.08.022 fatcat:gz3ngbszrjepxng2ivali7vs7y
The Loon Balloons provide connectivity to a ground area of about 40 km in diameter using LTE. Using LTE enabled devices and also through their phones, people can directly access the Internet. ... Loon Balloons, the network of balloons which provides Internet for people in rural and remote area, is a recent project undertaken by Google. ... They generously granted me the freedom to work on the topic of my choice while inspiring me by their example of academic work that matters in-and outside of academia. ...doi:10.21863/jnis/2015.3.1.004 fatcat:mnuojdd4dra7rhweawn45u6bwa
ESTRATEGIA NACIONAL DE EDUCACIÓN FINANCIERA (ENEF) En búsqueda de un Brasil mejor
Financial education: why do we need it?
Financial education: why do we need it?
In an effort to generate wealth, many factors influence decisions made within the world of finances, and ignorance of the theme is no longer an option. ... With the onset of globalization over the past 50 years, the capitalist system has become the predominant system throughout the world and effects all beings in one way or another. ... the medium and long-term. ...doi:10.52343/riemmaeditora.978-65-00-16994-2.1 fatcat:dwfyhhsglnbx7fx7ol3unqywa4
Man's social nature, which is inscribed in evolutionary mechanisms, as most problems with adaptation are resolved inside a group and by a social group. ensuring food supply, sexual selection, caring about ... , and if the capital inputoutput coefficients are lower [16, p. 52] . in turn, the endogenous growth theory suggests that it is possible to increase the long-term rate of the economic growth permanently ...doi:10.2478/v10166-010-0001-z fatcat:jxcxwn7jgbatliyeabyzbfwjxy
Siân has been involved, often in leading roles, in numerous research projects such as 'The digital futures of cultural heritage education: a social media research agenda for the Scottish National Collections ... In 2016, Siân and her colleagues produced the second version of the widely cited Manifesto for teaching online (Digital Education Group, 2016). ... The first, a module handbook, outlined their role in the module. ...doi:10.22381/kc5220171 fatcat:wvdp4gkzu5ez3cc5bnba25keoa
The book explore themes in the area of open distance learning in South Africa, with a focus on the University of South Africa, which the only dedicated distance learning university in South Africa ... Research shows that most of UNISA students are comfortable with the use of social media tools like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Mxit, and other synchronous platforms. ... and critically engage with module learning outcomes; assessment is used to evaluate, control and apply knowledge, skills and attitudes learned. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.5761547 fatcat:6c2qpwzrtbgo3imfqlbha6ylgy
Methods I used interview excerpts and examples of projects related to healthcare at different universities of applied sciences in the Netherlands and Germany (also known as polytechnics in Portugal) to ... This type of research is an integral part of teaching and curricular assignments in the healthcare settings in the Netherlands and Germany, and particularly at universities of applied sciences. ... to the limited resources they face, will have to carry out a rigorous planning of care, mobilize and inform patients and families about social support networks, as well as to promote self-care. ...doi:10.1186/s12913-018-3444-8 fatcat:x4fr2u5utbebfadmobuvpniqxy
design patterns that use coupled-action role pairing to facilitate collaborative behavior in inclusive group settings. ... He coined the term "virtual community" in 1987. ...doi:10.1145/1978942.1979229 dblp:conf/chi/LinehanKLC11 fatcat:xxy5vdbobbbh3dbwkzh6w76zqq
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