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The relationship between fluid intelligence and learning potential: Is there an interaction with attentional control?

-53. Kovalčíková, I. (Ed.). (2010). Kognitívna stimulácia individuálnych edukačných potrieb žiaka zo sociálne znevýhodňujúceho prostredia [Cognitive stimulation of individual The Relationship Between Fluid Intelligence And Learning Potential: Is There An Interaction... 3 9 educational needs of pupils from socially disadvantaging environments]. Prešov, Slovakia: Vydavateľstvo Prešovskej univerzity. Lee, K., Pe, M. L., Ang, S. Y., & Stankov, L. (2009). Do measures of working memory predict academic proficiency better than measures of intelligence? Psychology

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Perception of specific military skills – the impact of perfectionism and self-efficacy

, CDS, and MA. Time-invariant predictors are self-oriented and socially prescribed perfectionism. Time-varying predictors are self-efficacy measured at each time point. 3 Results 3.1 Preliminary analyses Confirmatory factor analyses (CFAs) were conducted on all measures and time points to check for construct validity. Specific military skills were treated as correlated three-factor models, perfectionism was treated as a two-factor model, and self-efficacy was treated as a one-dimensional factor model. A summary of the results from these factor

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Predictors of Gaming Behavior among Military Peacekeepers – Exploring the Role of Boredom and Loneliness in Relation to Gaming Problems

to be invariant across gender ( Vodanovich et al. 2005 ). Cronbach’s alpha for the BPS-SF in the current study was 0.49 and 0.66 for the subscales lack of internal stimulation and lack of external stimulation, respectively. The Robert’s University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Loneliness Scale (RULS-8) ( Roberts et al. 1993 ) was used to measure loneliness, which was adapted from the 20-item UCLA Loneliness Scale. RULS-8 consists of eight items, where respondents indicate how well each item fits according to four response categories (never, seldom, sometimes

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Islamophobia Without Muslims? The “Contact Hypothesis” as an Explanation for Anti-Muslim Attitudes – Eastern European Societies in a Comparative Perspective

politicians is likely to intensify these effects. Again and again, populists such as Victor Orbán portrayed Muslims as a burden for their host countries’ welfare systems ( Kokot 2015 ). In line with these theoretical arguments, we assume that collective deprivation matters for the support of a Muslim ban. H9: Individuals who perceive their in-groups as collectively deprived vis-à-vis out-groups are more likely to support a Muslim ban . At this point, we want to recall that we assume invariant causal effects of the outlined social–psychological drivers of Islamophobia

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