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Evidence suggests that the excessive use of mobile communication technologies may
lead to uncontrollable emotional attachment to the device and various other
problematic behaviours. Therefore, a gap exists in identifying the extent to…

This pilot study investigates the feasibility, acceptability and the effectiveness of
social art activities for reducing symptoms of depression of Indonesian elderly people
who live in a nursing home. Sixteen depressed elderly people with ages…

Many communities in Egypt, specifically the rural areas, are unquestionably
distressed places as a result of the major economic and political shifts that have
occurred over the past few years. Strategies of community development are…

According to WHO, about 16.7 million people in the world die every year from
cardiovascular diseases, including coronary heart disease (CHD). CHD is a leading
disease in incidence and mortality in the general population [1,2]. One of the…

The behavior of teachers in the achievement of educational goals has invisible
complement known as teacher beliefs. In science education, the teachers’ beliefs are
not left out in leading the students to have a strong belief of succeeding in…

From a sociointeractional perspective of discourse, this research aims at investigating
the written narrative of a student of English and Portuguese Teaching Practicum from
a Letters undergraduate Course at UFRJ (Federal University of Rio de…

Nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) is common among young people. A majority of individuals
who injure themselves do so to alleviate negative affect, as most self-injurers report
difficulties with mood regulation. Trauma in childhood is an important…

Waiting for field placement is a process full of anxiety and uncertainty. However, relatively
little research attention has been paid to this topic. The current study examined the
unexplored area of psychological and intellectual preparation for…

The objective of the study is to offer a review of the instruments designed for measuring the
subjectively assessed quality of life of seniors. At present it is possible to notice an increase of
interest in the issue of the quality of life of…

32. adln--randolfmen-8104-1-learning-y.pdf
The final 42 chapters in Volume 4, Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Memory edited by J.D. Sweatt, represent a review of the state of the science of what we know at the systems, cell, and molecular levels on learning and memory formation, as well…
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