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A confirmatory factor analysis of library use
  • Emily Knox
  • Engineering, Computer Science
  • iConference '11
  • 8 February 2011
For the past 25 years, public library administrators have pondered their institution's relationship to the computer. Since the 1980s, the integrated library system, which is based on a server-clientExpand
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Relationship between Healthy Habits and Perceived Motivational Climate in Sport among University Students: A Structural Equation Model
(1) Background: Several studies have shown how certain types of motivation for sports can favour healthy habits or can cause risk behaviours. (2) Methods: The aim of this study was to establish andExpand
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  • Open Access
Intellectual Freedom and the Agnostic–Postmodernist View of Reading Effects
  • Emily Knox
  • Computer Science, Sociology
  • Libr. Trends
  • 1 June 2014
One of the more confusing aspects of contemporary librarianship is its support for collecting “all sides” in its institutions while, at the same time, arguing for the positive nature of reading forExpand
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  • Open Access
Problematic consumption of substances and video game use in spanish university students depending on sex and place of residence
Aims: This study aims to identify the relationship between consumption of harmful substances and video games use with gender and place of residence in a sample of Spanish university students.Expand
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  • Open Access
“The Books Will Still Be in the Library”: Narrow Definitions of Censorship in the Discourse of Challengers
  • Emily Knox
  • Computer Science, Sociology
  • Libr. Trends
  • 2014
tl;dr
Censorship is contested because it is a practice that relies on the power of one group over another. Expand
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  • Open Access
A divalent siRNA chemical scaffold for potent and sustained modulation of gene expression throughout the central nervous system
Sustained silencing of gene expression throughout the brain using small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) has not been achieved. Here we describe an siRNA architecture, divalent siRNA (di-siRNA), thatExpand
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Associations of motivation, self-concept and resilience with the competitive level of Chilean judokas
Background & Study Aim: At achievement goal theory states that the way in which individuals demonstrates competence can influence their motivation to enact behaviour in training, or in performance.Expand
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Physical activity and health-related quality of life in schoolchildren: structural equations analysis
The aim of this research was to develop an explanatory model of body mass index (BMI), health-related quality of life, and physical activity, and to analyse the effects of the physical variables onExpand
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  • Open Access
Analysis of the Psychometric Properties of Perceived Motivational Climate in Sport Questionnaire and Its Relationship to Physical Activity and Gender Using Structural Equation Modelling
(1) Background: Different authors have established that each type of motivation to sports can favor healthy habits in men and women, being important to promote more self-determined motivations. (2)Expand
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The influence of exercise on adolescents self-concept.
The present research sheds light on the importance of physical activity with regards to self-concept in Spanish adolescents and considers physical exercise, family and academic variables. AnExpand
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  • Open Access