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The role of personal resources in the relationship between job stressors and emotional exhaustion

. Shirom, A. (2005). Reflections on the study of burnout. Work & Stress, 19(3), 263‒270. Spector, P.E., & Jex S. M. (1998). Development of four self-report measures of job stressors and strain: Interpersonal Conflict at Work Scale, Organizational Constraints Scale, Quantitative Workload Inventory and Physical Symptoms Inventory, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 3, 356‒367. Szczygieł, D., & Bazińska, R. (2013). Emotional intelligence as a moderator in the relationship between negative emotions and emotional exhaustion among employees in service

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Plant Health Risks Arising by the Soil Exhaustion

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Factors that determinated phytosanitarian chernozems worsening was examined in the space between Prut and Nistru in the global phenomenon of agricultural soil exhaustion. It was established anthropological and natural origin (pedofunctional) phenomenon of studied exhaustion chernozems exhaustion. The main cause of cernozems exhaustion is to reduce the dominant role of the training and accumulation of humus. Through this prism of ideas, soil exhaustion and phytosanitarian worsening is inherent to agricultural system currently practiced. The impact mitigating of this process involves the bioenergy resources sustainable management involved in anthropogenic pedogenesis.

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The Concepts of Trademark Exhaustion and Parallel Imports: A Comparative Analysis between the EU and the USA

References Abbott, F. M.; Cottier, T. & Gurry, F. (2011), International Intellectual Property in an Integrated World Economy, 2nd ed., New York: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. Altman, L. & Pollack, M. (2015), Callmann on Unfair Competition, Trademarks and Monopolies, 4th ed., Database updated December 2015 (Available on Westlaw). Apollinaris Co. Ltd. v. Scherer [1886], District Court of New York, Second Circuit, 27 F. (1886) 18. Avgoustis, I. (2012), ‘Parallel imports and exhaustion of trade mark

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Reproducibility of the Evolution of Stride Biomechanics During Exhaustive Runs

latter group has described various patterns of stride biomechanics, but under differing conditions. Some have focused on the evolution of kinematic variables during long runs at constant speed (Hunter and Smith, 2007), whereas others have compared the evolution of variables across runs at different speeds ( Dorn et al., 2012 ) or over the course of an accelerating run ( Schache et al., 2014 ). Other studies have investigated elite athletes running at high intensities or until exhaustion ( Fourchet et al., 2014 ). Interesting biomechanical changes emerge during these

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The Effects of Psychological Capital on Public Employees’ Burnout: An Example From Turkey

Indicators of Future Job Success? A Multicultural Comparison Between Three European Countries. Liiketaloudellinen Aikakauskirja LTA , 3 (11), 263–289. Budak, G. and Sürgevil, O. (2005). Tükenmişlik ve Tükenmişliği Etkileyen Örgütsel Faktörlerin Analizine İlişkin Akademik Personel Üzerinde Bir Uygulama. D.E.Ü.İ.İ.B.F. Dergisi , 20 (2), 95–108. Burisch, M. (2006). Das Burnout-Syndrom: Theorie der inneren Erschöpfung [The Burnout Syndrome: A Theory of inner Exhaustion]. Heidelberg: Springer Medizin Verlag. Cherniss, C. (1980). Professional Burnout in

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Effects of Modifying Agents on the Dyeability of Cotton Fabric using Malachite Green Dye

., Bello, O., 2009, Synthesis, Spectroscopic, Thermodynamic And Dyeing Properties Of Disperse Dyes Derived From 2-Amino-4-Trifluoromethylbenzothiazole. Report and Opinion 1, 58-66. Bello I. A. Peters O. A., Nkeonye P. O. and Sunmonu O. K., 2002, Kinetics and Thermodynamics Studies of an Acid Dye on Modified Nylon 6 Fabrics. J. Pure Appl. Sci., 5: 309-314. Bello, I.A., Giwa, A.-r.A., Aderinto, S.O., Olabintan, A., 2013, Effect Of Position of Substituents on the Exhaustion and Thermodynamic Parameters of 6 Monoazo Acid and Disperse Dyes on Nylon 6. Bello

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Time to Exhaustion at the VO2max Velocity in Swimming: A Review

References Alberty M, Sidney M, Pelayo P, Toussaint HM. Stroking characteristics during time to exhaustion tests. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 2009; 3: 637-644 Billat V, Renoux JC, Pinoteau J, Petit B, Koralsztein JP. Reproducibility of running time to exhaustion at VO2max in subelite runners. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 1994; 2: 254-257 Billat V, Koralsztein JP. Significance of the velocity at VO2max and time to exhaustion at this velocity. Sports Med, 1996; 22 (2): 90

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Factors predicting quality of life for coronary artery disease patients after percutaneous coronary intervention

:212-23. 9. Pedersen SS, Daemen J, van de Sande M, Sonnenschein K, Serruys PW, Erdman RA, et al. Type D personality exerts a stable, adverse effect on vital exhaustion in PCI patients treated with paclitaxeleluting stents. J Psychosom Res. 2007;62:447-453. 10. Appels A, van Elderen T, Bar F, van der Pol G, Erdman RA, Assman M, et al. Effects of a behavioural intervention on quality of life and related variables in angioplasty patients: results of the exhaustion intervention trial. J Psychosom Res. 2006; 61:1-7; discussion 9-10. 11. Skodova Z

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Is the burnout syndrome associated with elder mistreatment in nursing homes: results of a cross-sectional study among nurses

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As this issue has not yet been addressed in Croatia, our aim was to explore the presence of the burnout syndrome in nurses and see how it is related to their perception of elder mistreatment in nursing homes and extended care units. The burnout syndrome was assessed in 171 nursing professionals with a standardised Maslach Burnout Inventory for Human Services Survey (MBI-HSS) for three dimensions: emotional exhaustion (EE), depersonalisation (DP), and personal accomplishment (PA). High EE was reported by 43.9 %, high DP by 22.2 %, and low PA by 39.8 % of the respondents. Their perception of elder abuse and neglect was investigated with two self-completion questionnaires. The answers suggest that elder mistreatment in Croatian nursing homes and extended care units is more common than expected: 55 % witnessed shouting at a resident in anger, 43 % insulting and swearing at a resident, 42 % force-feeding the resident, 39 % ignoring a resident when they called, and 38 % neglecting to turn or move a resident to prevent pressure sores. We also established associations between a number of questionnaire items on perceived abuse and neglect and the burnout syndrome dimensions and determined the items that predicted the type and level of burnout in our respondents. One way to avoid the pitfalls that lead to abuse and neglect is education in schools and at work. We believe our research could contribute to this end.

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The Effect of Fatigue on the Kinematics of Free Throw Shooting in Basketball

The Effect of Fatigue on the Kinematics of Free Throw Shooting in Basketball

Fatigue is an indispensible part of a basketball game which may affect an athlete's shooting kinematics. Although kinematic analyses of various sports related movements were extensively done, this study is the first to consider the effects of fatigue on the kinematics of free throw shooting. After measuring the resting heart rate, ten collegiate level, male basketball players (21.8±1.6 y; 192.8±3.6 cm; 84.1±8.5 kg) were asked to perform free throws. Two successful and two unsuccessful free throws were selected. Thereafter, participants were asked to complete the fatigue protocol, which included 30m sprints and 5 vertical jumps at each end, until they reached volitional exhaustion. Additional two successful and two unsuccessful free throws were collected. All shots were recorded by using two digital cameras operating at 60 Hz and placed in a stereoscopic view. The elbow, trunk, knee and ankle joint angles were measured before and after the ball release and at the ball release point. The selected joint angles were compared between successful and unsuccessful free throws, as well as before and after the completion of fatigue protocol. The results demonstrated that fatigue did not effect free throw shooting kinematics (p>0.05) and there was no significant joint angle difference between successful and unsuccessful shots (p>0.05). This study suggested that high level athletes are able to cope with the possible detrimental effects of fatigue while performing coordinated movements such as free throw shooting.

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