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The decline of play and the rise of psychopathology in children and adolescents.
Over the past half century, in the United States and other developed nations, children’s free play with other children has declined sharply. Over the same period, anxiety, depression, suicide,Expand
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Play as a Foundation for Hunter-Gatherer Social Existence.
&e author o'ers the thesis that hunter-gatherers promoted, through cultural means, the playful side of their human nature and this made possible their egalitarian, nonautocratic, intenselyExpand
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Thermal explosions and the disappearance of criticality at small activation energies: exact results for the slab
For exothermic reactions obeying the Arrhenius equation in circumstances in which heat flow is purely conductive, critical conditions for thermal explosion are satisfied when a dimensionless group =Expand
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Democratic Schooling: What Happens to Young People Who Have Charge of Their Own Education?
A follow-up study was conducted of the graduates of the Sudbury Valley School (SVS), a democratically administered primary and secondary school that has no learning requirements but rather supportsExpand
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The Statistical Mechanics of Simple Liquids
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Factors influencing teachers' professional competence development
This article aims to increase understanding and knowledge concerning teachers’ competence enhancement. Models used in industrial contexts are analysed in order to elaborate a framework relevant toExpand
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Exclusion or Inclusion? A Perspective on Policy in England for Pupils with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties
In this introductory article, Peter Gray and Sue Panter measure current government policy on pupil behaviour and social inclusion against the key principles outlined in NASEN's policy on exclusionExpand
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The collaborative organization: how to make employee networks really work
This publication contains reprint articles for which IEEE does not hold copyright. Full text is not available on IEEE Xplore for these articles.
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Where Has the Time Gone? Addressing Collaboration Overload in a Networked Economy
As a result of the spread of social media and collaboration technologies in the workplace, the adoption of matrix-based structures, and the proliferation of initiatives to create a “one firm”Expand
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