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Classroom influences on bullying
The relationship between estimates of teachers' management of the class, the social structure of the class and bullying otherswas investigated by questionnaires answered by 2,002 pupils and 99Expand
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Schools and persistent absentees
(partial) Introduction. Unauthorised absence. Semi-descriptive categories. School and community influences. Persistent absentees and their families. Partial solutions? I. Clinical treatments. II.Expand
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A comparison of copper and gold wire bonding on integrated circuit devices
A comparative approach was used to develop new copper wire bond technology using the current standard production gold wire process as a baseline. Characterizations were made in the areas of assemblyExpand
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Professional Cultures in Schools With High and Low Rates of Bullying
Most research on bullying in schools has focussed on characteristics of bullies or victims, and their families. Relatively little has investigated the school's contribution to pupil bullying.Expand
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The Treaty of Nice and Beyond: Realities and Illusions of Power in the Eu
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Conceptual links between Cognitive Acceleration through Science Education and Motivational Style: a critique of Adey and Shayer
Results published from the Cognitive Acceleration through Science Education (CASE) project suggest enhanced cognitive development and science achievement for between 25% and 50% of children involved;Expand
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Safety of Propofol Sedation for Pediatric Outpatient Procedures
Propofol sedation is used more frequently in pediatric procedures because of its ability to provide varying sedation levels. The authors evaluated all outpatient pediatric procedures using propofolExpand
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The Nature of Play: Great Apes and Humans.
  • D. Galloway
  • History, Medicine
  • Child and adolescent mental health
  • 1 May 2007
Play is widespread across mammals, yet human play most closely resembles the play behaviors of great apes. Humans, followed by great apes, also have the most highly developed brains and developExpand
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Evaluating Research on Motivation: Generating More Heat Than Light?
This paper evaluates the usefulness for teachers of research in motivation. It outlines developments in motivational theory and highlights a widespread misconception of motivation as a unitaryExpand
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