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Psychological Profile of Unsuccessful University Students

Olena TSILMAK, National University Odessa Law Academy, Odessa, Ukraine, Ivan OKHRIMENKO, Vadym BARKO, Olena PROTSENKO, Oleksandr GERASHCHENKO, National Academy of Internal Affairs, Kyiv, Ukraine, State Research Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine, Odessa State University of Internal Affairs, Odessa, Ukraine, Odessa State University of Internal Affairs, Odessa, Ukraine
2020 Revista Romaneasca pentru Educatie Multidimensionala  
One of the factors that influence the success of higher education students' educational activities is the degree of development of their volitional qualities.  ...  In order to achieve this goal, we used a specially developed questionnaire "Volitional and Involuntary Qualities".  ...  developed quality, situationally conditioned, does not always appear (middle degree); 1 -not constant quality, is revealed very rarely, in extreme cases (low degree); 0 -the same degree of development  ... 
doi:10.18662/rrem/12.2/278 fatcat:koayztpdqfgnbhycw2fh3lf7li

Tacit knowledge acquisition and sharing in a project work context

Kaj U. Koskinen, Pekka Pihlanto, Hannu Vanharanta
2003 International Journal of Project Management  
In pursuit of this objective two epistemological assumptions are presented, and the analytical tool for understanding the behaviour of project team members, the Holistic Concept of Man, is illustrated  ...  In this article we address the question of what kind of social engagements provide the proper project work context for tacit knowledge acquisition and sharing to take place.  ...  People usually take advantage of databases only when colleagues direct them to a specific point in the database.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0263-7863(02)00030-3 fatcat:mc22vqhppnazfgiwdkk6osjhve


Vitaliy Zakharchenko, Svitlana Yermak, Svitlana Oneshko
2022 Economics & Education  
The main method of smart development of OTS in HT is the method of hierarchical decomposition by aspects, levels and stages of construction of the system, which allows not only to unbundle the task based  ...  system in high-tech production, as well as data on the volume, specificity and dynamics of the representations of this type of system.  ...  At the same time, methods of creating HT production OTS are not sufficiently developed, and the only methodological basis for creating OTS is in its infancy.  ... 
doi:10.30525/2500-946x/2022-1-1 fatcat:6tfuzx5povbdjomlboph3k62fu

Agile Service Development: A Rule-Based Method Engineering Approach [chapter]

Stijn Hoppenbrouwers, Martijn Zoet, Johan Versendaal, Inge van de Weerd
2011 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
In this position paper, we address the broader agile service development.  ...  Based on method engineering principles we define a framework that conceptualizes an operational way of working for the development of services, emphatically taking into account agility.  ...  Method Engineering for Agile Service Development Situationality is the ability of a method to respond and adapt to a specific environment based on defined characteristics [4, 6] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-19997-4_17 fatcat:jkzalsdnfbbetm6oz2vv5aaecm

A Trait-State Model of Trust Propensity: Evidence From Two Career Transitions

Lisa van der Werff, Yseult Freeney, Charles E. Lance, Finian Buckley
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
Drawing on the social investment principle of personality change, we argue that trust propensity has situationally specific components and is likely to be less stable during periods of career transition  ...  In our second study, we also expand our focus to examine correlates of trust propensity and demonstrate the relationship between state and trait trust propensity and cognitive depletion.  ...  In line with this, we expect that: Hypothesis 3: Stable and situationally specific components of TP are negatively related to stable and situationally specific components of cognitive depletion.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02490 pmid:31749749 pmcid:PMC6848461 fatcat:n5bs4jrqy5gi7hjsyaqbevui64

Mental load and emotional stability of a higher education employee with a socially active status

Irina B. Okhrimenko, Marina A. Stavruk, Irina A. Akhmadullina, Natalia V. Ippolitova, Aleskandr A. Korostelev
2020 Revista Tempos e Espaços em Educação  
The research is based on the theoretical and empirical scientific methods' use. 208 employees took part in the survey devoted to the assessment of the Trade Union leader's activity.  ...  climate in the team and apply certain motivational and managerial methods; the leadership abilities; and the ability to communicate and solve conflict situations.  ...  and the organization-specific process of the roles structuring can be overcome by means of using the situationally appropriate methods of the leadership influence.  ... 
doi:10.20952/revtee.v13i32.14684 fatcat:rl5xtdiyc5botkhjuveq7ydq2u

Page 794 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 76, Issue 3 [page]

1989 Psychological Abstracts  
Results are discussed in the context of developing a nonverbal method for cross-cultural measurement of attitudes toward various topics. 8465. Robbins, Rosemary A.  ...  —Argues that in the act of creation there is a specific form of psychic energy with cyclic characteristics.  ... 

Global X-tream Index and its Partial Parameters for Identifying the Level of Potential Individual Characteristics in the Challenging Conditions of a Modern Corporate and Security Environment

David Ullrich, Jiří Koleňák, Eva Ambrozová, Vratislav Pokorný, František Milichovský
2019 Sustainability  
The main objective of the research was to determine the Global X-tream index, which is applicable for the prompt identification of the qualities of human resources for a specific corporate HR system.  ...  The individual dimensions represent the indicators of the quality of an individual's condition.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11123325 fatcat:uxw4nhsjzfhe5gse5orsgntgs4

Misanthropic Memory for the Behavior of Group Members

Oscar Ybarra, Walter G. Stephan, Linda Schaberg
2000 Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin  
The implications of the findings for intergroup perception were discussed. We often perceive people in terms of the groups to which they belong.  ...  In addition, at the core of the person perception process is the tendency for people to causally understand others' behaviors (Hastie, 1984) , which in turn affects the degree to which information is elaborated  ...  Method DESIGN AND PARTICIPANTS Sixty-four students participated in the study for course credit.  ... 
doi:10.1177/01461672002612006 fatcat:tf6xo7ytjzdudejawgqbxdcaiy

Dispositions and Skills: An Argument for Virtue Ethics against Situationism

Janina Angeli Magundayao
2013 Kritike: An Online Journal of Philosophy  
John Doris, the situationists' champion, recommends that we abandon our efforts in cultivating virtue in favor of honing our situational sensitivity.  ...  Virtue ethics faces a critique from the situationism regarding the its emphasis on robust and stable dispositions that supposedly determine one's behavior.  ...  Hartshorne and May observed that the correlation of their subjects' cheating behavior using the same method of cheating is high at 0.70, but the correlation of cheating behavior using two different methods  ... 
doi:10.25138/7.1.a.6 fatcat:zrgcsijmtvbxrhke3pxehwtiui

The computer-assisted interview In My Shoes can benefit shy preschool children's communication

Karin Fängström, Raziye Salari, Maria Eriksson, Anna Sarkadi, Jacobus P. van Wouwe
2017 PLoS ONE  
There were no significant differences in the non-verbal behavior for the shy children regardless of the interview method used.  ...  The present study investigated whether children's verbal and non-verbal communicative behavior developed differently during the rapport phase, depending on whether children were situationally shy or not  ...  Acknowledgments We wish to thank the children and their parents for participating in the study. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Karin Fängström, Maria Eriksson, Anna Sarkadi.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0182978 pmid:28813534 pmcid:PMC5557539 fatcat:5jrhedgedrcilhn3gedv2r477y

Theory-based bias correction in dispositional inference: The fundamental attribution error is dead, long live the correspondence bias

Bertram Gawronski
2004 European Review of Social Psychology  
The present chapter offers a critical analysis of the available empirical evidence on the correspondence bias from the perspective of theory-based bias correction.  ...  It is concluded that the correspondence bias results from a number of different processes associated with the application of perceivers' causal theories about situational influences on human behaviour.  ...  quality of an essay.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10463280440000026 fatcat:d7qoogbsnbc2pmkor3mbpovkeq

Sustainability as an Ethical Principle: Ensuring Its Systematic Place in Professional Nursing Practice

Annette Riedel
2015 Healthcare  
It further suggests the development of an ethical policy in order to systematically ensure that sustainability has a place in ethical reflection and decision-making, and describes the elements involved  ...  Alongside the central focus on the persons requiring nursing care in professional nursing practice, the perspective of the sustainability of interventions and the use of materials (for example, nursing  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The author declares no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare4010002 pmid:27417590 pmcid:PMC4934536 fatcat:gfjp76rfnrduvazs3x2lqjqwqm

Communication and the Economic Decision-Making Processes of Colombian Peasants

James E. Grunig
1971 Economic development and cultural change  
Situationally relevant content is a necessary condition if communication is to play a complemen- tary role in the development process.  ...  a communication process’”’® and further that answers to “‘questions about the development and modernization of traditional peoples lie embedded in the interrelationships of a series of conceptual variables  ... 
doi:10.1086/450514 fatcat:iftqvgcn7vhundg2s3jxepk6cu

Deadly combinations: how leadership contexts undermine the activation and enactment of followers' high core self-evaluations in performance

Emma Soane, Jonathan E. Booth, Kerstin Alfes, Amanda Shantz, Catherine Bailey
2018 European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology  
The enactment of CSE in performance occurs within contexts, and leadership is one form of context that influences the activation and expression of CSE.  ...  Drawing on theories of CSE and leader-member exchange (LMX), we characterized the leadership context as the interaction between leader CSE and LMX quality.  ...  The high lCSE, low quality LMX leadership context is situationally dissonant.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1359432x.2018.1444602 fatcat:y7o2k7qeefepnldqutrhffloxu
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