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    Quantitative Article Critique

    academic critique of an article written by Colella and Gejerman (2013) titled: “Survivorship Health Information Counseling for Patients with Prostate Cancer.” The authors undertook a research study to examine whether specialized discharge education counseling increased prostate cancer patients satisfaction with their care and education related to their chronic health problems after radiation therapy. My examination systematically focuses on specific aspects of the article in terms of process and

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    Force and History of World

    overlooked or only cursorily introduced in elementary and middle school science, even though it is a topic typically identified for inclusion in the curriculum for these grades. A primary reason for this is that many teachers do not feel comfortable about their own understanding of the topic. Consequently, this may be the most needed of all of the OPERATION PHYSICS workshops. This workshop leader’s notebook is divided into two parts: PART ONE Motion Part One begins by introducing participants to the

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    Social Media

    substantive content of the article appears as originally published. REPRINT NUMBER 47212 PDFs s Reprints s Permission to Copy s Back Issues Electronic copies of MIT Sloan Management Review articles as well as traditional reprints and back issues can be purchased on our Web site: www.sloanreview.mit.edu or you may order through our Business Service Center (9 a.m.-5 p.m. ET) at the phone numbers listed below. To reproduce or transmit one or more MIT Sloan Management Review articles by electronic or mechanical

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    Social Media Markeing in Small Business

    e-Pubs Department of Computer Graphics Technology Degree Theses 1-1-2012 Department of Computer Graphics Technology Social Media Marketing in a Small Business: A Case Study Sarah Cox coxsl@purdue.edu Follow this and additional works at: http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/cgttheses Cox, Sarah, "Social Media Marketing in a Small Business: A Case Study" (2012). Department of Computer Graphics Technology Degree Theses. Paper 16. http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/cgttheses/16 This document has been made available

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    Extensive Reading

    designed to investigate the use of English-subtitled K-Pop MV in exploring students’ extensive reading ability. In this case study, five students, four girls and one boy, were selected. To collect the data, document analysis and an in-depth interview were conducted. The findings showed in comprehending the song, the students’ interpretations were still shallow and relying heavily on summary of narrative with very low-level inference. Meanwhile in vocabulary acquisition, it helped their better understanding

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    Syllabus

    first. The role of the marketer, therefore, is to facilitate exchange transactions in an increasingly challenging environment. This justifies the development of an understanding of the micro and macro dimensions of the wider environment as the participant works through the learning activities of this course. Marketers are expected to be receptive to shifts in customer preferences, attitudes, and loyalties to a brand or a product. There is equally a genuine interest in the capacity of markets (consumers)

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    ABSTRACT The ability to read and understand academic research can be an important tool for practitioners in an increasingly complex accounting and business environment. This guide was developed to introduce students to the world of academic research. It is not intended for PhD students or others who wish to perform academic research. Instead, the guide should make published academic research more accessible and less intimidating so that future practitioners will be able to read empirical research and

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    Nuchal Translucency Case Study

    the p-value will be set at <0.05. To determine statistical significance, all patients’ in whom the outcome of the pregnancy was not available, were to be excluded from the sub analysis. Out of the 415 patients tested 355 were tested true negative and only 1 tested false negative. Comparing the adjusted risk to their a priori risk made the diagnosis. Thus giving the test a high true negative rate, while on the other hand the study had high false positive rates especially among male fetuses. This may

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    Dementia and Palliative Care

    Dementia and Palliative Care Thomas Edison State College Introduction According to the Palliative Medicine article “global prevalence of dementia is almost 36 million people and the numbers are expected to double every 20 years (Ryan, Gardiner, Bellamy, Gott & Ingleton, 2011). With this in mind, in seems dementia is just as prevalent as cancer but these patients do not seem to receive the same end of life care or palliative care. The World Health Organization

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    Effective Learning Techniques

    Improving Students’ Learning With Effective Learning Techniques: Promising Directions From Cognitive and Educational Psychology Many students are being left behind by an educational system that some people believe is in crisis. Improving educational outcomes will require efforts on many fronts, but a central premise of this monograph is that one part of a solution involves helping students to better regulate their learning through the use of effective learning techniques. Fortunately, cognitive

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