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theory (hereinafter OFT) aims to explain the adaptive value of foraging decisions (Stephens & Krebs, 1986). These decisions may involve which are the best prey for optimal feeding (MacArthur & Pianka, 1966), how to proceed when prey items occur in patches (Arditi & Dacorogna, 1988), and how to resolve
higher level of SWB than those with lower BTP. To estimate the distance between the ‘optimal BTP’ and the ‘subject’s BTP’, previous studies have suggested to measure the deviation from the optimal BTP. The DBTP represents the distance between an individual’s actual time perspective and the optimal time
correctly is seen as a key skill for teachers and future
teachers (Shepard, 2006). However, at the same time, a number of studies have
shown that teachers’ judgments of student performance frequently do not meet the
criteria of measurement theory such as reliability and validity, but seem to be rather