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individualistic goal structures. Journal of Educational Psychology, 76(3), 478–487. doi: 10.1037/0022–0663.76.3.478 Ames, C. (1992). Classrooms: Goals, structures, and student motivation. Journal of Educational Psychology, 84(3), 261–271. doi: 10.1037/0022–0663.84.3.261 Ames, C., & Ames, R. (1981

In: New Voices in Norwegian Educational Research

are used and demonstrate the process of narrative approaches. Yet, the existing scholarship lacks rigour in qualitative methodology and often fails to report on the applicability or effectiveness of such approaches. Further, case study research on narrative career assessment has not provided

In: Career Assessment

.459(0.053)NI + αi 0.003 <0.001 0.023 Sheep 0.011(0.018) + 0.453(0.050)NI + αi 0.58 <0.001 0.022 NPA-NH3 Cattle 0.013(0.026) + 0.406(0.052)NI + αi 0.60 <0.001 0.022 Sheep 0.056(0.014) + 0.163(0.037)NI + αi 0.001 <0.001 0.017 NPA-NH3 / AAN Cattle 3.23(0.41) – 3.02(0.82)NI + αi 0.002 <0.001 0.33 Sheep 1

In: Energy and protein metabolism and nutrition
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In: Frontiers of Economics in China

Africa in the field of the social sciences and the humanities that are available in the library of the ASC in Leiden, The Netherlands 435 437 461 491 523 525 527 529 VO LU M E 37.4 (2007) B R I L L ISSN 0022-4200 (paper version) ISSN 1570-0666 (online version) VOLUME 37.4 (2007) JRA 37,4_colophon.indd I

In: Journal of Religion in Africa

-.03 to .84 (Südkamp et al., 2012) Methodological differences between studies need to be taken into account when considering the differences in results across studies. We therefore focus on how teacher judgment accuracy relates to judgment and test characteristics as well as to teacher and student

In: Teachers’ Professional Development

Std Err Mean Std Err C12 0.04 0.004 0.05 0.005 0.059 C14 1.14 0.034 1.17 0.036 0.624 C16 23.25 0.383 23.92 0.400 0.241 C16:1 2.31 0.091 2.34 0.095 0.843 C17 0.22 0.021 0.17 0.022 0.164 C17:1 0.20 0.020 0.16 0.021 0.123 C18 10.76 0.497 11.68 0.519 0.218 C18:1 48.59 0.498 47.37 0.520 0.104 C18:2 11.48 0

In: New trends for innovation in the Mediterranean animal production

psychological well-being: the mediating role of meaningful work. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 12(3), 193–203. Aron, A., Aron, E.N., Tudor, M., & Nelson, G. (1991). Close relationships as including other in the self. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 60(2), 241–253. doi: 10.1037/0022

In: Many Faces of Love
Sībawayhi’s Analytical Methods within the Context of the Arabic Grammatical Theory
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This book is a comprehensive study of the Kitāb of Sībawayhi (d. 180/796), undoubtedly the most authoritative work in the long history of Arabic grammar. It carefully examines the methodological concepts and methods that underline Sībawayhi’s analysis of Arabic and the way in which these methods evolved at the hands of later grammarians. Placing the Kitāb within the context of early Arabic philological activity, this book analyzes a wide range of its passages and demonstrates the coherency of its author’s system of grammatical analysis and the interrelatedness of his analytical tools and notions. In particular, Sībawayhi’s huge influence on the overall Arabic grammatical tradition is highlighted throughout the book. This notwithstanding, it is argued that most later grammarians largely neglect the semantic dimension which vividly features in Sībawayhi’s approach to language as a social behavior and his reconstruction of the internal thinking of the speaker and the listener.
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In Scribal Habits in Sixth-Century Greek Purple Codices, Elijah Hixson assesses the extent to which unique readings reveal the tendencies of the scribes who produced three luxury manuscripts of Matthew’s Gospel. The manuscripts, Codex Purpureus Petropolitanus (N 022), Codex Sinopensis (O 023) and Codex Rossanensis (Σ 042), were each copied in the sixth century from the same exemplar. Hixson compares the results of a modified singular readings method to the number of actual changes each scribe made. An edition of the lost exemplar and transcriptions of Matthew in each manuscript follow in the appendices. Of particular relevance to New Testament textual criticism is the observation that the singular readings method does not accurately reveal the habits of these three scribes.