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1026 CO M P U T E R S C I E N C E R E V I E W 1 1 – 1 2 ( 2 0 1 4 ) 1 – 2 9Aeronautical communication transition from analog to digital data: A network security surveyMohamed Slim Ben Mahmoud2014ScienceDirect Download
1210 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences 55 ( 2012 ) 730 – 738Micro-teaching videos in EF L teacher education methodology courses: Tools to enhance E nglish proficiency and teaching skills among trainees Assist. Prof. Dr. Perihan Savas2012ScienceDirect Download
545 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 104 – 111 Screening of Fungal Rot Isolates fr om Cocoa as Phosphate-Dissolving and Their Growth Ability on Three Types of MediaIradhatullah Rahim; Tutik Kuswinanti; Laode Asrul; Burhanuddin Rasyid 2015ScienceDirect Download
546 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 112 – 118Hypocholesterolemic Properties of Protein Isolate from Cowpeas ( Vigna unguiculata ) Sprout in Normal and Diabetic RatsBayu Kanetro2015ScienceDirect Download
548 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 132 – 136 Effects of Gedi Leaves ( Abelmoschus manihot (L.) Medik) as a Herbal Plant Rich in Mucilages on Blood Lipid Profiles and Carcass Quality of Broiler Chickens as Functional Food Jet Saartje Mandey; Florencia N. Sompie; Rustandi; Cherly J. Pontoh2015ScienceDirect Download
549 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 137 – 141 Garlic Antioxidant ( Allium sativum L. ) to Prevent Meat Rancidity Nurwantoro; V. P. Bintoro; A. M. Legowo; A. Purnomoadi; B. E. Setiani2015ScienceDirect Download
551 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 150 – 155The Effect of Improving Sanita tion Prior to Milking on Milk Quality of Dairy Cow in Farmer Group Yuni Suranindyah; Endang Wahyuni; Sigit Bintara; Galuh Purbaya2015ScienceDirect Download
552 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 156 – 161The Correlation Between Knowledge and Attitude on Food Colorant Uses of PKK Mothers in Penggaron Lor Village Suparmi; Ophi Indria Desanti; Budhy Cahyono2015ScienceDirect Download
554 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 174 – 181 Amino Acid and Fatty Acid of Abalone Haliotis squamata Cultured in Different Aquaculture Systems Magdalena Latuihamallo; Dulmi’ad Iriana; Danny Apituley2015ScienceDirect Download
555 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 182 – 189 Anti-inflammatory of Purple Roselle Extract in Diabetic Rats Induced by Streptozotocin Mardiah; Fransiska Rungkat Zakaria; Endang Prangdimurti; Rizal Damanik2015ScienceDirect Download
556 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 190 – 199Isolation and Physiological Characterization of PGPR from Potato Plant Rhizosphere in Medium Land of Buru Island Henry Kesaulya; Baharuddin; Bandron Zakaria; Syatrianty A. Syaiful2015ScienceDirect Download
558 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 211 – 215 Dewaka Banana As An Alternative Energy SourceNi Luh Sri Suryaningsih; Yenni Pintauli Pasaribu2015ScienceDirect Download
560 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 223 – 230 Effect of Different Bleaching Temperatures on the Quality of Refined Catfish ( Clarias gariepinus ) Oil Mia Srimiati; Clara M. Kusharto; Ikeu Tanziha; Sugeng Hari Suseno2015ScienceDirect Download
561 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 231 – 243 Analysis of α -cryptoxanthin, β -cryptoxanthin, α -carotene, and β - carotene of Pandanus conoideus oil by high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) Zita L. Sarungallo; Purwiyatno Hariyadi; Nuri Andarwulan; Eko H. Purnomo; Mitsuhiro Wada2015ScienceDirect Download
562 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 244 – 254Nutmeg’s ( Myristica fragrans Houtt) Oleoresin: Effect of Heating to Chemical Compositions and Antifungal Properties Indah Rodianawati; Pudji Hastuti; M. Nur Cahyanto2015ScienceDirect Download
563 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 255 – 261 Antidiabetic Activity of Durian ( Durio zibethinus Murr.) and Rambutan ( Nephelium lappaceum L.) Fruit Peels in Alloxan Diabetic Rats Muhtadi; Alfiani Urilia Primarianti; Tanti Azizah Sujono 2015ScienceDirect Download
564 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 262 – 273Added value improvement of taro and sweet potato commodities by doing snack processing activity Dian Adi Anggraeni Elisabeth2015ScienceDirect Download
539 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 27 – 34Cassava ( Manihot esculenta Crantz.) Improvement through Gamma Irradiation Nurul Khumaida; SinthoWahyuning Ardie; Mita Dianasari; Muhamad Syukur2015ScienceDirect Download
565 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 274 – 279In Vivo Study on Albumin and Total Protein in White Rat (Rattus norvegicus) after Feeding of Enteral Formula from Tempe and Local Food Yuniar Khasanah; Ratnayani; D. Ariani, M. Angwar; T. Nuraeni2015ScienceDirect Download
571 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 330 – 339Assessment of Groundnut Varietal Tolerant to Aflatoxin Contamination in Indonesia A.A. Rahmianna; Purnomo; E. Yusnawan 2015ScienceDirect Download
573 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 348 – 354Agronomic Characteristic and Nutrient Content from Several Soybean Promising Lines with High Isoflavones M. Muchlish Adie; Ayda Krisnawati; Didik Harnowo2015ScienceDirect Download
540 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 35 – 51N,O-Carboxymethyl Chitosan: An Innovation in New Natural Preservative from Shrimp Shell Waste with a Nutritional Value and Health Orientation Heri Septya Kusuma; Achmad Farikhin Al-sa’bani; Handoko Darmokoesoemo2015ScienceDirect Download
574 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 355 – 363Selection of soybean genotypes by seed size and its prospects for industrial raw material in Indonesia Ayda Krisnawati; M. Muchlish Adie 2015ScienceDirect Download
575 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 364 – 370Analysis of Livestock Product Consumption Coastal Household In North Minahasa RegencyFemi Hadidjah Elly; Merry Manese; Nansi Margret Santa; Ingriet Deybie Rinny Lumenta 2015ScienceDirect Download
577 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 383 – 388 The Effects of Acetic Acid Concentration and Extraction Temperature on Physical and Chemical Properties of Pigskin Gelatin M. Sompie; S. E Surtijono; J. H. W Pontoh; N. N. Lontaan2015ScienceDirect Download
541 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 69 – 73 Folate Content Of Mung Bean Flour Prepared By Various Heat- Treatments Miftakhussolikhah; M. Kurniadi; C. Dewi Poeloengasih; A. Frediansyah; A. Susanto2015ScienceDirect Download
543 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 82 – 95Physical, Sensorial and Chemical Characteristics of Simulated Chips of Cassava ( Manihot esculenta Crantz): Rice ( Oryza sativa L . ) mix. Adil Basuki Ahza; Tiaranissa Ikhsani Fidiena; Subarna Suryatman2015ScienceDirect Download
544 Procedia Food Science 3 ( 2015 ) 96 – 103 The Potency of Endophytic Fungal Isolates Collected from Local Aromatic Rice as Indole Acetic Acid (IAA) Producer Syamsia; Tutik Kuswinanti; Elkawakib Syam’un; Andi Masniawat2015ScienceDirect Download
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89Advances in Climate Change Research 8 (2017) 1-2Multi-scale climate variations in the arid Central AsiaCHEN F.-H.2017Ke Ai Download
91Advances in Climate Change Research 8 (2017) 12-17Moisture sources of extreme summer precipitation events in North Xinjiang and their relationship with atmospheric circulationHUANG Wei; CHANG Shi-Qiao; XIE Cheng-Ling; ZHANG Zhi-Ping2017Ke Ai Download
90Advances in Climate Change Research 8 (2017) 3-11Summary of current research on Central Asian vortexYANG Lian-Mei a; ZHANG Yun-Hui 2017Ke Ai Download
733Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 100–105Weather Index Derivatives in Risk Transfer for Agricultural Natural HazardsYong Yang2010ScienceDirect Download
734Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 106–115Ecological footprint analysis of food consumption of rural residents in China in the latest 30 years CHEN Dong-dong; GAO Wang-sheng; CHEN Yuan-quan; Zhang Qiao2010ScienceDirect Download
735Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 116–125Farmer’s Adaptation to Climate Risk in the Context of ChinaCHEN; ZUO Ting; Rabina G. Rasaily2010ScienceDirect Download
736Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 126–135Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation of Drought Vulnerability Based on the Analytic Hierarchy ProcessJing Cheng; Jian – ping Tao a2010ScienceDirect Download
737Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 136–145Analysis and Feasibility of Crop Revenue Insurance in ChinaJoseph B. Cole; Richard Gibson2010ScienceDirect Download
724Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 13–23Development Strategies on Agricultural Insurance under the Building of New CountrysideFeng Qingshui; Zhang Xuewei2010ScienceDirect Download
738Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 146–151On the Pilot Agriculture Insurance Program in Zhejiang ProvinceXingchun Zhong; Yang Qiao; Wei Lin; Man Li; Weihua Fang2010ScienceDirect Download
739Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 152–156Uncertainty, Risk Aversion and Risk Management in AgricultureUncertainty, Risk Aversion and Risk Management in AgricultureHao Aimin2010ScienceDirect Download
741Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 157–162Climate variability and bank lending in the Southeast USADenis Nadolnyak; Valentina Hartarska2010ScienceDirect Download
740Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 163–169The optimal boundary of political subsidies for agricultural insurance in welfare economic prospectXu Yuanchang; Jiang Jiyu2010ScienceDirect Download
742Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 170–178Risk of Exchange Rate Pass-thr ough and Adaptive Strategies of Land-intensive Products in ChinaRonghua Ju; Ruihua Yang2010ScienceDirect Download
743Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 179–186Analysis of the Demand for Weather Index Agricultural Insurance on Household level in Anhui, China BuChun Liu; MaoSong Li; Ying Guo; Kun Shan 2010ScienceDirect Download
744Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 187–192Interaction Relationship between Agricultural Insurance and Transfer of Land Contract Rights Based on Game Analysis of Farmer SelectionZhaojun Liu2010ScienceDirect Download
745Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 193–203Index based Crop Insurance Kolli N Rao2010ScienceDirect Download
746Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 204–211Managing Typhoon Related Crop Risk at WPC Craig W. Tillman; Joel K. Sivillo; Sergei A. Frolov2010ScienceDirect Download
747Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 212–218Measurement of the Fluctuation Ri sk of the China Fruit Market Price based on VaRWANG Chuan; ZHAO Junye; HUANG Min2010ScienceDirect Download
748Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 219–225Study on the assessment approach for crop loss riskQiao Zhang; Ke Wang; Xi Zhang 2010ScienceDirect Download
749Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 226–229The Farmers Behavior in Agricultural Insurance under the Von·Neuman-Morgenstern Utility ModelWANG Qing-song2010ScienceDirect Download
750Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 230–240Income Uncertainty, Risk Coping Mechanism and Farmer Production & Management Decisi on: An Empirical Study from Sichuan ProvinceWANG Yang2010ScienceDirect Download
751Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 241–250The Importance of Public-Private Partnerships in Agricultural Insurance in China: based on Analysis for BeijingLi Xing; Kaiyu Lu2010ScienceDirect Download
725Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 24–32International Conference on Agricu ltural Risk and Food Security 2010 Natural Disaster Risk Assessment of Grain Production in Dongting Lake Area, ChinaLaiyuan Zhong; Liming Liu; Yabing Liu2010ScienceDirect Download
752Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 251–257Modeling Agricultural Catastrophic RiskXU Lei; ZHANG Qiao2010ScienceDirect Download
753Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 258–261he Optimization Path and the Integration Mechanism of Agricultural Insurance in the Charge of GovernmentYu Juyun2010ScienceDirect Download
754Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 262–270Development Evaluation of China’ s Policy-oriented Agricultural Insurance: Based on the Realization Degree of Policy ObjectivesYuzhen Zeng; Yueying Mu2010ScienceDirect Download
755Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 271–277Regional Difference in Food Consumption Away from Home of Urban Residents: A Panel Data AnalysisXiaoxia Dong; Bingchuan Hu2010ScienceDirect Download
756Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 278–287Short-Term Price Forecasting For Agro-products Using Artificial Neural NetworksGan-qiong Li; Shi-wei Xu; Zhe-min Li2010ScienceDirect Download
757Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 288–295Designing Independent Regulatory System of Food Safety in ChinaYuhong Li; Rongguang Qi; Haiyun Liu2010ScienceDirect Download
758Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 296–300Reformation of voluntary food re call system from the angle of the theory of risk societyChing Lu; Yun Zhang2010ScienceDirect Download
759Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 301–310Study on China’s Food Security StatusNie Fengying; Bi Jieying; Zhang Xuebiao2010ScienceDirect Download
760Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 311–320The need of East Asian Agricultural Community and the Framework Goro Takahashi2010ScienceDirect Download
761Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 321–324ood Security, Food Prices and Climate Change in China: a Dynamic Panel Data AnalysisJintian Wang2010ScienceDirect Download
762Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 325–333A Method for Spatially Explicit A ssessment of Potential Risks of Food InsecurityWenbin Wu; Peng Yang; Huajun Tang2010ScienceDirect Download
763Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 334–343Influencing factors of consumer wi llingness-to-buy traceable foods: An analysis of survey data from two Chinese citiesRong Zhao; Juan Qiao; Yusheng Chen2010ScienceDirect Download
726Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 33–41Developing rice farm insurance in IndonesiaSahat M. Pasaribu2010ScienceDirect Download
764Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 344–353Efficient food safety regulation i n the agro-food wholesale marketYan Ren; Yufa An2010ScienceDirect Download
765Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 354–363Analysis of the main interests of agricultural insurance main body based on the perspective of evolutionary gamevHui Cao2010ScienceDirect Download
766Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 364–371Cognitive Dissonance under Food-Borne Risk: A Lab ExperimentYing Cao; David R. Just2010ScienceDirect Download
767Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 372–375Transferring Price of Rural Land Use Right with NPV and Game Analytical MethodPeng Han2010ScienceDirect Download
768Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 376–385Trade Liberalization, domestic input and sustainability of agricultural TFP growth: A new Perspective Ba sed on TFP growth structureWei Hong; Lijuan Cao; Na Hao2010ScienceDirect Download
769Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 386–395Households Food Security in Poverty-Stricken Regions: Evidence from Western Rural ChinaYun Li a; Wen Yu2010ScienceDirect Download
770Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 396–401Construction of Short-Term Forecast Model of Eggs Market PriceZhemin Li; Ganqiong Li; Yuting Wang2010ScienceDirect Download
771Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 402–411Make full use of two kinds of resources and two markets to protect our food security a nd raise farmers’ income ----Taking soybeans as an exampleLi Xin; Xu Dianqing b2010ScienceDirect Download
772Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 412–416Evaluation on Sustainable Food Security in Henan against the Background of Low-Carbon Economy Ma Songlin; Li Ruihong2010ScienceDirect Download
773Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 417–422Identifying Constraints, Mechanisms, and Resources in Harmonized International Food Safety System between the Asia Pacific Region and U.SJing Pan; Shanyue Huang; Yi Wan2010ScienceDirect Download
774Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 423–428A Effective Way to Improve the Performance of Food Safety Governance Based on Cooperative GameLi Qin2010ScienceDirect Download
775Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 429–438Trade Effects and Compliance Costs of Food Safety Regulations: the Case of ChinaHaiying Song a and Kevin Chen2010ScienceDirect Download
727Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 42–51Structure of a digital agriculture system and agricultural risks due to climate changesSamuel Shen; Alan Basist; Allan Howard2010ScienceDirect Download
776Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 439–448Cycle Phase Identification and Factors Influencing the Agricultural Commodity Price Cycle in China: Evidence from Cereal Prices ingjing Wang; Yongfu Chen; Xiuqing Wang; Xiaoping Zheng; Jing Zhao2010ScienceDirect Download
777Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 449–455Research of Investment Evaluation of Agricultural Venture Capital Project on Real Options ApproachZhen Wang; Xin Tang b2010ScienceDirect Download
778Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 456–461The research on the evaluation index system of livable rural areas in China—by the case of rural areas in Henan ProvinceXiaozhan Wang2010ScienceDirect Download
779Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 462–468Research on the Safety Risk Structure and Early Warning System of AgricultureWeidong Xi; Yonghai Sun; Xiaona Tian; Hongying Wang; Qingfen Jin2010ScienceDirect Download
780Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 469–476Impact of Sino-Australia free tr ade Agreement’s talks on China's dairy industry Wen Yu; Guangyan Cheng; Jun Yang2010ScienceDirect Download
781Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 477–482Study on Functions of the Agriculture Cooperative in Food Safety Meizhang xiangyuGuo2010ScienceDirect Download
782Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 483–487Reflection and perfection of the food recall system in ChinaYun Zhang 2010ScienceDirect Download
783Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 488–494The Research Review about the ef fect of bio-fuel development on agricultural market and agricultureFeng Gao; Li’en Zhao; Xuezhen Wang2010ScienceDirect Download
723Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 4–12Government Interventions in Agricultural InsuranceWilliam J A Dick; Weijing Wang2010ScienceDirect Download
728Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 52–61Natural Disaster’s Impact Evaluation of Rural Households’ Vulnerability: The case of Wenchuan earthquakeMengjie Sun; Baofeng Chen2010ScienceDirect Download
729Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 62–66An Empirical Study of Agricultural Insurance ------Evidence from ChinaTang Sai; Wang Yulian; Hui Xiaofeng2010ScienceDirect Download
730Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 67–75Crop Insurance Premium Design Based on Survival Analysis Model Erda Wang; Yang Yu; Bertis B. Little; Zuozhi Li2010ScienceDirect Download
731Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 76–89A Monte Carlo model for simulating insufficiently remunerating risk premium: case of market failure in organic farming Ludwig Lauwers; Lieve Decock; Jan Dewit; Erwin Wauters2010ScienceDirect Download
732Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 1 (2010) 90–99Evaluation on the Efficiency of Crop Insurance in China’s Major Grain-Producing AreaRuihua Yang; Lihong Wang; Zude Xian2010ScienceDirect Download
95Alcoholism and Drug Addiction 29 (2016) 153-170Craving sensation in the assessment of alcohol-dependent personsArtur Juczyński; Jan Chodkiewicz; Krzysztof Gąsior; Marcin Ziółkowski2016ELSEVIER Download
92Alcoholism and Drug Addiction 29 (2016) 183-208External evaluation of the school and academic achievements in relation to alcohol drinking and delinquent behaviour among secondary school studentsJoanna Mazur; Anna Kowalewska; Dorota Zawadzka; Anna Dzielska; Kamil Wais2016ELSEVIER Download
93Alcoholism and Drug Addiction 29 (2016) 209-222East – west disparities in alcohol-related harmJacek Moskalewicz; Yury Razvodovsky 2; Łukasz Wieczorek2016ELSEVIER Download
94Alcoholism and Drug Addiction 29 (2016) 223-236Factors shaping the Swedish alcohol market in the context of the changes in the state monopolyPiotr Wetoszka2016ELSEVIER Download
881Animal Nutrition 1 (2015) 1 - 11Towards the control of necrotic enteritis in broiler chickens with in-feed antibiotics phasing-out worldwideShawkat A. M'Sadeq; Shubiao Wu; Robert A. Swick; Mingan Choct2015ScienceDirect Download
882Animal Nutrition 1 (2015) 12-18Effect of medium-chain triglycerides on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, plasma metabolites and antioxidant capacity in weanling pigsYue Li; Hao Zhang; Li Yang; Lili Zhang; Tian Wang2015ScienceDirect Download
883Animal Nutrition 1 (2015) 19 - 23Effect of dietary supplementation of xylanase on apparent ileal digestibility of nutrients, viscosity of digesta, and intestinal morphology of growing pigs fed corn and soybean meal based dietAdsos Adami Passos; Inkyung Park; Peter Ferket; Elke von Heimendahl; Sung Woo Kim2015ScienceDirect Download
884Animal Nutrition 1 (2015) 24 - 29Dietary composition affects odour emissions from meat chickensNishchal K. Sharma; Mingan Choct; Shu-Biao Wu; Robert Smillie; Robert A. Swick2015ScienceDirect Download
885Animal Nutrition 1 (2015) 30 - 35Myokine interleukin-15 expression pro fi le is different in suckling and weaning pigletsYehui Duan; Fengna Li; Bie Tan; Binbin Lin; Xiangfeng Kong; Yinghui Li; Yulong Yin2015ScienceDirect Download
586Animal Nutrition 1 (2015) 36 - 40Effects of dietary copper on elemental balance, plasma minerals and serum biochemical parameters of growing-furring male mink ( Mustela vison )Xuezhuang Wu; Hu Cui; Xiuhua Gao; Fuhe Yang2015ke Ai Download
587Animal Nutrition 1 (2015) 41 - 46The use of near infrared transmittance kernel sorting technology to salvage high quality grain from grain downgraded due to Fusarium damageMichael E. Kautzman; Mark L. Wickstrom; Tom A. Scot2015ke Ai Download
96Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 1-6The use of Lactobacillus as an alternative of antibiotic growth promoters in pigs: A reviewRunjun Dowarah; A.K. Verma; Neeta Agarwal2017Ke Ai Download
107Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 103-108Strategies and challenges to increase the precision in feeding zinc to monogastric livestockDaniel Brugger; Wilhelm M. Windisch2017Ke Ai Download
108Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 109-113Study of Bacillus subtilis on growth performance, nutrition metabolism and intestinal micro fl ora of 1 to 42 d broiler chickensZhenhua Gao; Haohao Wu; Lin Shi; Xiaohui Zhang; Ran Sheng; Fuquan Yin2017Ke Ai Download
98Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 11-18The potential of rapid visco-analysis starch pasting pro fi les to gauge the quality of sorghum as a feed grain for chicken-meat productionHa H. Truong; Ali Khoddami; Amy F. Moss; Sonia Y. Liu; Peter H. Selle a2017Ke Ai Download
110Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 127-131Effects of essential oils on performance, egg quality, nutrient digestibility and yolk fatty acid pro fi le in laying hensXuemei Ding; Yang Yu; Zhuowei Su; Keying Zhang2017Ke Ai Download
111Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 132-138Magnolol additive as a replacer of antibiotic enhances the growth performance of Linwu ducksQian Lin; Jianfei Zhao; Kun Xie; Yushi Wang; Guili Hu; Guitao Jiang2017Ke Ai Download
115Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 145-150Performance and ruminal parameters of fattening Moghani lambs fed recycled poultry beddingAyoub Azizi a; Afrooz Sharifi; Arash Azarfar; Ali Kiani; Alireza Jolazadeh2017Ke Ai Download
117Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 151-155Effects of raw material extrusion and steam conditioning on feed pellet quality and nutrient digestibility of growing meat rabbitsKuoyao Liao; Jingyi Cai; Zhujun Shi; Gang Tian; Dong Yan; Delin Chen2017Ke Ai Download
124Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 164-170Biochemical and histopathological changes in sheep fed different detoxi fi ed karanj ( Pongamia glabra ) seed cake as partial protein supplementsNira Manik Soren; Anil K. Sharma; Vadali R.B. Sastry2017Ke Ai Download
125Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 171-174Okara as a protein supplement affects feed intake and milk composition of ewes and growth performance of lambsLaura B. Harthan; Debbie J.R. Cherney2017Ke Ai Download
127Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 175-179Comparative methane estimation from cattle based on total CO 2 production using different techniquesMd N. Haque; Hanne H. Hansen; Ida M.L.D. Storm; Jørgen Madsen2017Ke Ai Download
129Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 186-190Nitrogen fractionation of certain conventional- and lesser-known by-products for ruminantsM.S. Mahesh; Sudarshan S. Thakur; Rohit Kumar; Tariq A. Malik; Rajkumar Gami2017Ke Ai Download
99Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 19-24Fermented soybean meal improves the growth performance, nutrient digestibility, and microbial fl ora in pigletsLin Yuan; Juan Chang; Qingqiang Yin; Min Lu; Yuanran Di; Ping Wang2017Ke Ai Download
100Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 25-32An early feeding regime and a high-density amino acid diet on growth performance of broilers under subclinical necrotic enteritis challengeChake Keerqin; Shu-Biao Wu; Birger Svihus; Robert Swick; Natalie Morgan2017Ke Ai Download
101Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 33-38Effects of fl avonoids from Allium mongolicum Regel on growth performance and growth-related hormones in meat sheepMuqier; Sarula Qi; Terigele Wang; Renwei Chen; Cuifang Wang; Changjin Ao2017Ke Ai Download
103Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 39-45Ovine hippocampal mRNA expression in offspring from dams supplemented with fi shmeal and stress challenged in late pregnancy with endotoxin 1Niel A. Karrow; Alison V. Lee; Margaret Quinton; Brian W; McBride2017Ke Ai Download
97Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 7-10Exploring polyamines: Functions in embryo/fetal developmentTarique Hussain; Bi'e Tan; Wenkai Ren; Najma Rahu; Dildar Hussain Kalhoro; Yulong Yin2017Ke Ai Download
105Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 91-96Nutritional modulation of health, egg quality and environmental pollution of the layersJing Wang; Hongyuan Yue; Shugeng Wu; Haijun Zhang; Guanghai Qi2017Ke Ai Download
106Animal Nutrition 3 (2017) 97-102Methodological aspects of determining phosphorus digestibility in swine: A reviewYue She; Defa Li; Shuai Zhang2017Ke Ai Download
784Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1) 1 – 7Evaluation of red pigment extracted from purple carrots and its utilization as antioxidant and natural food colorantsM.T.M. Assous; M.M. Abdel-Hady; Ghada M. Medany2010ScienceDirect Download
787Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1) 17–24Hypolipidemic effect of fat spreads containing flaxseed oilM.A. El-Waseif; H.H. Abd El-Dayem; H.A. Hashem; S.A. El-Behairy2014Elsevier Download
788Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1) 25–31Microstructure and textural properties of Kareish cheese manufactured by various waysGehan A.M. Hussein; Samah M. Shalaby2014Elsevier Download
789Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1) 33–39Effect of freezing on the pungency and antioxidants activity in leaves and bulbs of green onion in Giza 6 and Photon varietiesEshak M. El-Hadidy; Mohamed E.A. Mossa; Habashy N. Habashy2014Elsevier Download
790Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1) 41–45Suggested treatments for processing high nutritive value chicken burgerW.Z.A. Mikhail; H.M. Sobhy; M.F. Khallaf; Hala M.Z. Ali2014Elsevier Download
792Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1) 53–61Charactrization of carotenoids (lyco-red) extracted from tomato peels and its uses as natural colorants and antioxidants of ice creamEffat M. Rizk; Alaa T. El-Kady; Amany R. El-Bialy2014ScienceDirect Download
785Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1) 9–15Enhancement of quality attributes of canned pumpkin and pineappleM.T.M. Assous; E.M. Soheir Saad; A.S. Dyab2010ScienceDirect Download
799Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1), 109–118Effect of dual inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and sulphur-oxidising bacteria on onion ( Allium cepa L.) and maize ( Zea mays L.) grown in sandy soil under green house conditionsAmal A. Mohamed; Wedad E.E. Eweda; A.M. Heggo; Enas A. Hassan2014Elsevier Download
800Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1), 119–123Population fluctuation of some insect pests infesting sugar beet and the associated predatory insects at Kafr El-Sheikh GovernorateS.A. El-Dessouki; S.M. EI-Awady; K.A.M.H. El-Khawass; A.H. Mesbah2014Elsevier Download
801Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1), 125–131Effect of certain entomopathogenic fungi and nematode on the desert locust Schistocerca gregaria (Forskal)Narmen A. Youssef2014Elsevier Download
802Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1), 133–145Physiological and biochemical studies on drought tolerance of wheat plants by application of amino acids and yeast extractSalwa A.R. Hammad; Osama A.M. Ali2014Elsevier Download
803Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1), 147–154Diallel analysis and separation of genetic variance components in eight faba bean genotypes. Ghareeb Zeinab; A.G. Helal2014Elsevier Download
791Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1), 47–51Fatty acid profile, antioxidant activity of various suggested chicken burger treatmentsF. Khallaf Mohamed; H.M. Sobhy; W.Z. Azer; M. Ezz El-Din Manal2014Elsevier Download
793Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1), 63–67Total phenolic contents and antioxidant activities of various solvent extracts from whole wheat and branSafaa S. Abozed; M. El-kalyoubi; A. Abdelrashid; Manal F. Salama2014Elsevier Download
794Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1), 69–75Effect of citric acid, calcium lactate and low temperature prefreezing treatment on the quality of frozen strawberryMagdy Abd-Elhady2014Elsevier Download
795Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1), 77–81The partial budget analysis for sorghum farm in Sinai Peninsula, EgyptM. El-Deep Soha2014ScienceDirect Download
796Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1), 83–88The economic evaluation of extension activities in forage crops production in Sinai Peninsula, EgyptA.A. El-Sayd; M. El-Deep Soha2014Elsevier Download
797Annals of Agricultural Science (2014) 59 (1), 89–94A comparison study on the effect of some growth regulators on the nutrients content of maize plant under salinity conditionsRama T. Rashad; Rashad A. Hussien2014Elsevier Download
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416Case Studies in Fire Safety 1 (2014) 29–35Fire scene reconstruction of a furnished compartment room in a house fireA.C.Y. Yuen; G.H. Yeoh; R. Alexander; M. Cook2014Elsevier Download
414Case Studies in Fire Safety 1 (2014) 8–12Fire safety engineering at a crossroadBrian J. Meacham2014Elsevier Download
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1024Computer Communications 38 (2014) 50–59Adaptive non-critical alarm reduction using hash-based contextual signatures in intrusion detectionYuxin Meng; Lam-For Kwok2014ScienceDirect Download
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603Computer Networks 59 (2014) 1–16On the interplay between data redundancy and retrieval times in P2P storage systemsLluis Pamies-Juarez; Marc Sanchez-Artigas; Pedro García-López; Rubén Mondéjar; Rahma Chaabouni2014Elsevier Download
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826Computer Speech and Language 28 (2014) 163–176An adaptive neural control scheme for articulatory synthesis of CV sequencesGuangpu Huang; Meng Joo Er2014Elsevier Download
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828Computer Speech and Language 28 (2014) 192–209Semantic spaces for improving language modelingTomás Brychcín; Miloslav Konopík2014Elsevier Download
829Computer Speech and Language 28 (2014) 210–223Unsupervised training of an HMM-based self-organizing unit recognizer with applications to topic classification and keyword discoveryMan-hung Siu; Herbert Gish; Arthur Chan; William Belfield; Steve Lowe2014Elsevier Download
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831Computer Speech and Language 28 (2014) 240–255Situated incremental natural language understanding using Markov Logic NetworksCasey Kennington; David Schlangen2014Elsevier Download
832Computer Speech and Language 28 (2014) 256–277Normalization of informal textDeana L. Pennell; Yang Liu2014Elsevier Download
833Computer Speech and Language 28 (2014) 278–294Shape-based modeling of the fundamental frequency contour for emotion detection in speechJuan Pablo Arias; Carlos Busso; Nestor Becerra Yoma2014Elsevier Download
834Computer Speech and Language 28 (2014) 295–313A study of voice activity detection techniques for NIST speaker recognition evaluationsMan-Wai Mak; Hon-Bill Yu2014Elsevier Download
929Computers and Structures 133 (2014) 103–110Concurrent topology optimization of structures and their composite microstructuresX. Yan; X. Huang; Y. Zha; Y.M. Xie2014ScienceDirect Download
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922Computers and Structures 133 (2014) 18–29Transient response of a plate–liquid system under an aerial detonation : Simulations and experimentsAndré Langlet; Mame William-Louis; Grégory Girault; Olivier Pennetier2014ScienceDirect Download
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923Computers and Structures 133 (2014) 30–38Super linear speedup in a local parallel meshless solution of thermo-fluid problemsG. Kosec; M. Depolli; A. Rashkovska; R. Trobec2014ScienceDirect Download
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109Contemporary Educational PsychologyDimensional comparisons: How academic track students ’ achievements are related to their expectancy and value beliefs across multiple domainsHanna Gaspard; Allan Wigfield; Yi Jiang; Benjamin Nagengast; Ulrich Trautwein; Herb W. Marsh2018ScienceDirect Download
112Contemporary Educational PsychologyDeveloping low-income children ’ s vocabulary and content knowledge through a shared book reading programSusan B. Neuman; Tanya Kaefer2018ScienceDirect Download
113Contemporary Educational PsychologyE ff ects of reading real versus print-out versions of multiple documents on students ’ sourcing and integrated understandingLadislao Salmerón; Laura Gil; Ivar Bråten2018ScienceDirect Download
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162Education Research InternationalStudent Academic Performance: The Role of Motivation, Strategies, and Perceived Factors Hindering Liberian Junior and Senior High School Students LearningCharles Gbollie; Harriett Pearl Keamu2017Hindawi Download
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174Education Research International (2017)Determinants of Secondary School Teachers’ Job Satisfaction in TanzaniaGilman Jackson Nyamubi2017Hindawi Download
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1078Expert Systems with Applications 42 (2015) 280–292Several novel evaluation measures for rank-based ensemble pruning with applications to time series predictionZhongchen Ma; Qun Dai; Ningzhong Liu2015ScienceDirect Download
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1058Expert Systems with Applications 42 (2015) 51–66DPFCM: A novel distributed picture fuzzy clustering method on picture fuzzy setsLe Hoang Son2014ScienceDirect Download
1059Expert Systems with Applications 42 (2015) 67–78A vibration cavitation sensitivity parameter based on spectral and statistical methodsKristoffer K. McKee; Gareth L. Forbes; Ilyas Mazhar; Rodney Entwistle; Melinda Hodkiewicz; Ian Howard2015ScienceDirect Download
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623International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology (2014) 14 , 111−119On the protective effect of resilience in patients with acute coronary syndromeAntonio L. Arrebola-Moreno; Rocio Garcia-Retamero; Andrés Catena2014Elsevier Download
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605International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology (2014) 14, 195---201Self-determined motivation, physical exercise and diet in obese children: A three-year follow-up studyJose M. Saavedra; Antonio García-Hermoso; Yolanda Escalante; Ana M. Domínguez2014Elsevier Download
608International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology (2014) 14, 202-207Post-traumatic stress symptoms in adolescents exposed to an earthquake: Association with self-efficacy, perceived magnitude, and fearCristóbal Guerra; Patricio Cumsille; M. Loreto Martínez2014Elsevier Download
601International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology (2014) 14, 208-215No more psychiatric labels: Why formal psychiatric diagnostic systems should be abolishedSami Timimi2014Elsevier Download
609International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology (2014) 14, 216-220The end of mental illness thinking?Richard Pemberton; Tony Wainwright2014Elsevier Download
602International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology (2014) 14, 221-231From DSM-IV-TR to DSM-5: Analysis of some changesJuan Francisco Rodríguez-Testal; Cristina Senín-Calderón; Salvador Perona-Garcelán2014Elsevier Download
599International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology (2014) 14, 232-239Emotional inertia: A key to understanding psychotherapy process and outcomeXavier Bornas; Miquel Noguera; David Pincus; Gualberto Buela-Casa2014Elsevier Download
600International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology (2014) 14, 240-245Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation improves word production in Conduction Aphasia: Electroencephalographic and behavioral evidencesAlberto Dominguez; Rosario Socas; Hipolito Marrero; Nieves Leon2014Elsevier Download
141International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology vol18.1.1Predictive validity of the Sidorkiewicz instrument in Spanish: Assessing individual drug adherence in psychiatric patientsCarlos De las Cuevas; Wenceslao Penate; José Manuel García de Cecilia; Jose de Leon2018ScienceDirect Download
154International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology vol18.1.10An abridged Spanish version of Sexual Double Standard Scale: Factorial structure, reliability and validity evidenceJuan Carlos Sierra; Nieves Moyano; Pablo Vallejo-Medina; Carmen Gómez-Berrocal2018Elsevier Download
156International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology vol18.1.11Validating Sizing Them Up: A parent-proxy weight-related quality-of-life measure, with community-based childrenYi-Ching Lin; Carol Strong; Meng-Che Tsai; Chung-Yin Lin; Xavier C.C. Fung2018Elsevier Download
145International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology vol18.1.2Positive mental health moderates the association between depression and suicide ideation: A longitudinal studyTobias Teismann; Thomas Forkmann; Julia Brailovskaia; Paula Siegmann; Heide Glaesmer; Jürgen Margraf2018ScienceDirect Download
146International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology vol18.1.3Depression and quality of life in older adults: Mediation effect of sleep qualityNathália Brandolim Becker; Saul Neves de Jesus; João N. Viseu; Claus Dieter Stobäus; Mariana Guerreiro; Rita B. Domingues2018ScienceDirect Download
147International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology vol18.1.4Depressive symptoms in Friedreich ataxiaAntonieta Nieto; Atteneri Hernández-Torres; Javier Pérez-Flores; Fernando Montón2018ScienceDirect Download
148International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology vol18.1.5Quality of life in breast cancer patients: Associations with optimism and social supportCarolyn Finck; Susana Barradas; Markus Zenger; Andreas Hinz2018ScienceDirect Download
149International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology vol18.1.6Empathizing and systemizing are differentially related to dimensions of autistic traits in the general populationAnnika M. Svedholm-Häkkinen; Saara Halme; Marjaana Lindeman2018ScienceDirect Download
150International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology vol18.1.7Functional links of obsessive, dysmorphic, hypochondriac, and eating-disorders related mental intrusionsBelén Pascual-Vera; bAmparo Belloch2018ScienceDirect Download
151International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology vol18.1.7Emotional eating and cognitive conflicts as predictors of binge eating disorder in patients with obesityNeli Escandón-Nagel; Maribel Peró; Antoni Grau; José Soriano; Guillem Feixa2018ScienceDirect Download
152International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology vol18.1.9The link between stress, well-being, and psychological flexibility during an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy self-help interventionHanna Wersebe; Roselind Lieb; Andrea H. Meyer; Patrizia Hofer; Andrew T. Gloster2018ScienceDirect Download
643International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 105– 111Syringe access, syringe sharing, and police encounters among people who inject drugs in New York City: A community-level perspectiveLeo Beletsky; Daliah Heller; Samuel M. Jenness; Alan Neaigus2014Elsevier Download
644International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 112– 115Navigating the risk environment: Structural vulnerability, sex, and reciprocity among women who use methamphetamineStacey A. McKenna2014Elsevier Download
645International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 116– 123Surviving in two worlds: Social and structural violence of Thai female injecting drug usersNiphattra Haritavorn2014Elsevier Download
646International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 124– 132Underage drinking in the UK: Changing trends, impact and interventions. A rapid evidence synthesisChristine Healey; Atif Rahman; Mohammad Faizal; Peter Kinderman2014Elsevier Download
647International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 133– 141Trends in alcohol-specific parenting practices and adolescent alcohol use between 2007 and 2011 in the NetherlandsMargaretha de Looze; Evelien Vermeulen-Smit; Tom F.M. ter Bogt2014Elsevier Download
632International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 13– 20Compulsory drug detention in East and Southeast Asia: Evolving government, UN and donor responsesJoseph J. Amon; Richard Pearshouse; Jane E. Cohen; Rebecca Schleifer2014Elsevier Download
648International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 142– 150Preventing alcohol harm: Early results from a cluster randomised, controlled trial in Victoria, Australia of comprehensive harm minimisation school drug educationRichard Midford; Johanna Mitchell; Leanne Lester; Helen Cahill; David Foxcroft2014Elsevier Download
649International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 151– 156Effect of reclassification of cannabis on hospital admissions for cannabis psychosis: A time series analysisIan Hamilton; Charlie Lloyd; Catherine Hewitt; Christine Godfrey2014Elsevier Download
650International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 157– 165I felt like a superhero”: The experience of responding to drug overdose among individuals trained in overdose preventionKarla D. Wagner; Peter J. Davidson; Ellen Iverson; Rachel Washburn; Emily Burke2014Elsevier Download
651International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 166– 170Brief overdose education can significantly increase accurate recognition of opioid overdose among heroin usersJermaine D. Jones; Perrine Roux; Sharon Stancliff2014Elsevier Download
652International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 171– 174The impact of compulsory drug detention exposure on the avoidance of healthcare among injection drug users in ThailandThomas Kerr; Kanna Hayashi; Lianping Ti; Karyn Kaplan2014Elsevier Download
653International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 175– 178International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 175– 178 Prevalence of IGRA-positivity and risk factors for tuberculosis among injecting drug users in Estonia and LatviaKristi Rüütel; Anda Karnite; Ave Talu; Katri Abel-Ollo; Gunta Kirvelaite2014Elsevier Download
654International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 179– 182Does informing people who inject drugs of their hepatitis C status influence their injecting behaviour? Analysis of the Networks II studyE.J. Aspinall; A. Weir; R. Sacks-Davis; T. Spelman; J. Grebely; P. Higgs2014Elsevier Download
655International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 183–189Responsible vendors, intelligent consumers: Silk Road, the online revolution in drug tradingMarie Claire Van Hout; Tim Bingham2014Elsevier Download
656International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 190–195The Canadian war on drugs: Structural violence and unequal treatment of Black CanadiansAkwatu Khenti2014Elsevier Download
657International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 196–203Violent conflict and opiate use in low and middle-income countries: A systematic reviewHelen Jack; Amelia Reese Masterson; Kaveh Khoshnood2014Elsevier Download
658International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 204–211Views and experiences of hepatitis C testing and diagnosis among people who inject drugs: Systematic review of qualitative researchL. Jones; A. Atkinson; G. Bates; E. McCoy a , L. Porcellato; C. Beynon2014Elsevier Download
633International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 21Compulsory drug detention in East and Southeast Asia: Response from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and MalariaNavia Henao Ximena; Sara L.M. Davis2014Elsevier Download
659International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 212–218Doping control, providing whereabouts and the importance of privacy for elite athletesDiane Valkenburg; Olivier de Hon; Ivo van Hilvoorde2014Elsevier Download
660International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 219–225The impact of methamphetamine (“ tik ”) on a peri-urban community in Cape Town, South AfricaMelissa H. Watt; Christina S. Meade; Stephen Kimani; Jessica C. MacFarlane2014Elsevier Download
661International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 226–234A system dynamics approach to the study of Colombian coca cultivation and the counter-intuitive consequence of law enforcementSebastian Jaén; Isaac Dyner2014Elsevier Download
634International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 22– 25Lessons from Tanzania on the integration of HIV and tuberculosis treatments into methadone assisted treatmentR. Douglas Bruce; Barrot Lambdin; Olivia Chang; Frank Masao 2014Elsevier Download
662International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 235–243Risks, prices, and positions: A social network analysis of illegal drug trafficking in the world-economyRémi Boivin2014Elsevier Download
663International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 244–250Is crime associated with over-the-counter pharmacy syringe sales? Findings from Los Angeles, CaliforniaThomas J. Stopka; Estella M. Geraghty; Rahman Azari; Ellen B. Gold2014Elsevier Download
664International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 251–256Drug dealers’ rational choices on which customers to rip-offScott Jacques; Andrea Allen; Richard Wright2014Elsevier Download
665International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 257–266Every ‘Never’ I Ever Said Came True”: Transitions from opioid pills to heroin injectingSarah G. Mars; Philippe Bourgois; George Karandinos2014Elsevier Download
666International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 267–275Are movies with tobacco, alcohol, drugs, sex, and violence rated for youth? A comparison of rating systems in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, and the United StatesJames F. Thrasher; James D. Sargent; Rosa Vargas; Sandra Braun2014Elsevier Download
635International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 26– 33Revitalizing the HIV response in Pakistan: A systematic review and policy implicationsSonal Singh; Marco Ambrosio; Iris Semini; Oussama Tawil; Muhammad Saleem2014Elsevier Download
667International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 276–281The role of the media in the science-policy nexus. Some critical reflections based on an analysis of the Belgian drug policy debate (1996–2003)Julie Tieberghien2014Elsevier Download
668International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 282–290Cigarette smoking as a stigma: Evidence from FrancePatrick Peretti-Watel; Stéphane Legleye; Romain Guignard; Francois Beck2014Elsevier Download
669International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 291–296Incarceration among street-involved youth in a Canadian study: Implications for health and policy interventionsJohn D. Omura; Evan Wood; Paul Nguyen; Thomas Kerr; Kora DeBeck2014Elsevier Download
670International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 297–302Experiences with urine drug testing by police among people who inject drugs in Bangkok, ThailandKanna Hayashi; Lianping Ti; Jane A. Buxton; Karyn Kaplan2014Elsevier Download
671International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 303–307Factors associated with recent symptoms of an injection site infection or injury among people who inject drugs in three English citiesV.D. Hope; M. Hickman; J.V. Parry; F. Ncube2014Elsevier Download
672International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 308–319The effects of medical marijuana laws on potencyEric L. Sevigny; Rosalie Liccardo Pacula; Paul Heaton2014Elsevier Download
673International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 320–328Conceptual carpentry as problem handling: The case of drugs and coercive treatment in social democratic welfare regimesJohan Edman; Kerstin Stenius2014Elsevier Download
674International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 329–331Addiction science advocacy: Mobilizing political support to influence public policyDouglas L. Polcin2014Elsevier Download
675International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 340–345Is there any legal and scientific basis for classifying electronic cigarettes as medications?Konstantinos E. Farsalinos; Gerry V. Stimson2014Elsevier Download
676International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 348–349Bad boys telling sexist storiesSébastien Tutenges; Sveinung Sandberg2014Elsevier Download
636International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 34– 52Interventions to prevent HIV and Hepatitis C in people who inject drugs: A review of reviews to assess evidence of effectivenessGeorgina J. MacArthur; Eva van Velzen; Norah Palmateer; Jo Kimber2014Elsevier Download
677International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 350Drinking stories: A time in space and a space in timeDaniel Briggs2014Elsevier Download
678International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 351–352A feminist, narrative analysis of drinking storiesJennifer Fleetwood2014Elsevier Download
679International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 353Making sense of a multitude of (immoral) ‘intoxicating storiesEivind Grip Fjær2014Elsevier Download
680International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 354–355Significant absences: The luxury of “being less criticalChristine Griffin2014Elsevier Download
681International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 356–357As if gender mattered: Reconsidering the implications of ‘intoxicating stories’Rachel O’Neill2014Elsevier Download
682International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 358Cultural commentary or gender scholarshipElizabeth Ettorre2014Elsevier Download
683International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 359–360Sign of the times? Gender, sexuality, and drinking storiesAlexandra Bogren2014Elsevier Download
684International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 361–362Drinking stories: The importance of gender, narrative and epistemologyClare Gunby; Amanda Atkinson2014Elsevier Download
685International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 363–371WHO guidance on the prevention of viral hepatitis B and C among people who inject drugsNick Walsh; Annette Verster; Michelle Rodolph; Elie A. Akl2014Elsevier Download
686International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 372–377Establishing expertise: Canadian community-based medical cannabis dispensaries as embodied health movement organisationsRebecca A. Penn2014Elsevier Download
687International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 378–385Hyped up’: Assemblages of alcohol, excitement and violence for outer-suburban young adults in the inner-city at nightSarah MacLean; David Moore2014Elsevier Download
688International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 386–392Using media exposure to predict the initiation and persistence of youth alcohol use in TaiwanFong-ching Chang; Ching-mei Lee; Ping-hung Chen; Chiung-hui Chiu2014Elsevier Download
689International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 393–400A comparison of alcohol and drug use by random motor vehicle drivers in Brazil and NorwayHallvard Gjerde; Tanara R. Sousa; Raquel De Boni; Asbjørg S. Christophersen2014Elsevier Download
631International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 3– 12Gender sameness and difference in recovery from heroin dependence: A qualitative explorationJoanne Neale; Sarah Nettleton; Lucy Pickering2014Elsevier Download
690International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 401–406Harm, tangible or feared: Young Victorians’ adverse experiences from others’ drinking or drug useSarah Callinan; Robin Room2014Elsevier Download
691International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 407–415Public opinion of drug treatment policy: Exploring the public’s attitudes, knowledge, experience and willingness to pay for drug treatment strategiesC. Matheson; M. Jaffray; M. Ryan; C.M. Bond; K. Fraser e , M. Kirk; D. Liddell2014Elsevier Download
692International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 424–435Correlates of intentions to use cannabis among US high school seniors in the case of cannabis legalizationJoseph J. Palamar; Danielle C. Ompad; Eva Petkova2014Elsevier Download
693International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 436–443Filling in the blanks. An estimation of illicit cannabis growers’ profits in BelgiumWouter Vanhove; Tim Surmont; Patrick Van Damme; Brice De Ruyver2014Elsevier Download
694International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 444–450An in-depth case examination of an exotic dancer’s experience of melanotanMarie Claire Van Hout; Rebekah Brennan2014Elsevier Download
695International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 451–457Mexicans’ use of illicit drugs in an era of drug reform: National comparative analysis by migrant statusErick G. Guerrero; Jorge Ameth Villatoro; Yinfei Kong2014Elsevier Download
696International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 458–464Income level and drug related harm among people who use injection drugs in a Canadian settingCathy Long; Kora DeBeck; Cindy Feng; Julio Montaner; Evan Wood2014Elsevier Download
697International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 465–470Advertising representation, treatment menu and economic circulation of substance misuse treatment centers in Iran: A rapid survey based on newspaper advertisementsSobhan Rezaee; Hamed Ekhtiari2014Elsevier Download
698International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 471–479The phenomenon of low-frequency heroin injection among street-based urban poor: Drug user strategies and contexts of useLynn D. Wenger; Andrea M. Lopez; Megan Comfort; Alex H. Kral2014Elsevier Download
699International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 480–485Execution of control among ‘non-compliant’, imprisoned individuals in opioid maintenance treatmentIngrid Amalia Havnes; Thomas Clausen; Anne-Lise Middelthon2014Elsevier Download
700International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 486–493OxyContin in Ontario: The multiple materialities of prescription painkillersSamantha King2014Elsevier Download
701International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 494–501Explaining trends in addictive behaviour policy—The role of policy coherenceChristian Adam; Andreas Raschzok2014Elsevier Download
702International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 508–515The economic geography of medical cannabis dispensaries in CaliforniaChris Morrison; Paul J. Gruenewald; Bridget Freisthler2014Elsevier Download
703International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 516–524Activity spaces among injection drug users in San FranciscoAlexis N. Martinez; Jennifer Lorvick; Alex H. Kral2014Elsevier Download
704International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 525–532Correlates of injecting in an HIV incidence hotspot among substance users in Tijuana, MexicoNana Kori; Alexis M. Roth; Remedios Lozada; Alicia Vera; Kimberly C. Brouwer2014Elsevier Download
705International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 533–542Piloting a ‘spatial isolation’ index: The built environment and sexual and drug use risks to sex workersKathleen N. Deering; Melanie Rusch; Ofer Amram; Jill Chettiar2014Elsevier Download
637International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 53– 60What has been achieved in HIV prevention, treatment and care for people who inject drugs, 2010–2012? A review of the six highest burden countriesLouisa Degenhardt; Bradley M. Mathers; Andrea L. Wirtz; Daniel Wolfe2014Elsevier Download
706International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 543–555Urban segregation and the US heroin market: A quantitative model of anthropological hypotheses from an inner-city drug marketDaniel Rosenblum; Fernando Montero Castrillo; Philippe Bourgois; Sarah Mars2014Elsevier Download
707International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 556–561Single room occupancy (SRO) hotels as mental health risk environments among impoverished women: The intersection of policy, drug use, trauma, and urban spaceKelly R. Knight; Andrea M. Lopez; Megan Comfort; Martha Shumway2014Elsevier Download
708International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 562–568Dealing food: Female drug users’ narratives about food in a prison place and implications for their healthAmy B. Smoyer; Kim M. Blankenship2014Elsevier Download
709International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 569–574Unintentional opioid overdose deaths in New York City, 2005–2010: A place-based approach to reduce riskAnne Siegler; Ellenie Tuazon; Daniella Bradley O’Brien; Denise Paone2014Elsevier Download
710International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 575–582Safe havens and rough waters: Networks, place, and the navigation of risk among injection drug-using Malaysian fishermenBrooke S. West; Martin Cho; Nabila El-Bassel; Louisa Gilbert2014Elsevier Download
711International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 583–590Contextualizing gender differences and methamphetamine use with HIV prevalence within a South African communityWendee M. Wechsberg; Irene A. Doherty; Bronwyn Myers2014Elsevier Download
712International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 591–597An examination of places where African American men who have sex with men (MSM) use drugs/drink alcohol: A focus on social and spatial characteristicsKarin E. Tobin; Carl A. Latkin; Frank C. Curriero2014Elsevier Download
713International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 598–607Spatial accessibility of drug treatment facilities and the effects on locus of control, drug use, and service use among heroin-injecting Mexican American menDennis Kao; Luis R. Torres; Erick G. Guerrero2014Elsevier Download
714International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 608–615Negotiating place and gendered violence in Canada’s largest open drug sceneRyan McNeil; Kate Shannon; Laura Shaver; Thomas Kerr; Will Small2014Elsevier Download
715International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 616–623Neighbourhood structural characteristics and crack cocaine use: Exploring the impact of perceived neighbourhood disorder on use among African AmericansClaire E. Sterk; Kirk W. Elifson; Lara DePadilla2014Elsevier Download
638International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 61– 70The chemo and the mona : Inhalants, devotion and street youth in Mexico CityRoy Gigengack2014Elsevier Download
716International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 624–632Beyond NIMBYism: Understanding community antipathy toward needle distribution servicesPeter J. Davidson; Mary Howe2014Elsevier Download
717International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 633–639The place and time of drugsCameron Duff2014Elsevier Download
718International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 640–649Living with addiction: The perspectives of drug using and non-using individuals about sharing space in a hospital settingC. Strike; A. Guta; K. de Prinse; S. Switzer; S. Chan Carusone2014Elsevier Download
719International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 650–652Remaking hospital space: The health care practices of injection drug users in New York CityKelly Szott2014Elsevier Download
720International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 656–662Drug dealers, retaliation, and deterrenceScott Jacques; Richard Wright; Andrea Allen2014Elsevier Download
721International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 663–672Assembling the dominant accounts of youth drug use in Australian harm reduction drug educationAdrian Farrugia2014Elsevier Download
722International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 673–681A dawning demand for a new cannabis policy: A study of Swedish online drug discussionsJosefin Månsson2014Elsevier Download
639International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 71– 80Requiem for a CAMP: The life and death of a domestic U.S. drug war institutionDominic Corva2014Elsevier Download
640International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 81– 87Examining the construction and representation of drugs as a policy problem in Australia’s National Drug Strategy documents 1985–2010Kari Lancaster; Alison Ritter2014Elsevier Download
641International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 88– 95The entry of Colombian-sourced heroin into the US market: The relationship between competition, price, and purityDaniel Rosenblum; George Jay Unick; Daniel Ciccarone2014Elsevier Download
642International Journal of Drug Policy 25 (2014) 96– 104Police sexual coercion and its association with risky sex work and substance use behaviors among female sex workers in St. Petersburg and Orenburg, RussiaVeronika Odinokova; Maia Rusakova; Lianne A. Urada; Jay G. Silverman2014Elsevier Download
1233International Journal of Educational Development 32 (2012) 814–825Exploring gender roles’ effects of Turkish women teachers on their teaching practicesMediha Sari2012ScienceDirect Download
1222International Journal of Educational Development xxx (2012) xxx–xxxImproving teaching and learning of basic maths and reading in Africa: Does teacher preparation count?Kwame Akyeampong; Kattie Lussier; John Pryor; Jo Westbrook2012ScienceDirect Download
1229International Journal of Educational Research 53 (2012) 80–92Investigating change in epistemic beliefs: An evaluation of the impact of student teachers’ beliefs on instructional preference and teaching competenceEdward M. Sosu; Donald S. Gray2012ScienceDirect Download
440International Journal of Gastronomy and Food Science 2 (2014) 14 – 21Effect of highly aerated food on expected satietyJuan-Carlos Arboleya; Maruxa García-Quiroga; Daniel Lasa; Oswaldo Oliva2014Elsevier Download
442International Journal of Gastronomy and Food Science 2 (2014) 22 – 31Edible oleogels in molecular gastronomyMichael A. Rogers; Tara Strober; Arjen Bot; Jorge F. Toro-Vazquez; Terri Stortz; Alejandro G. Marangoni2014Elsevier Download
441International Journal of Gastronomy and Food Science 2 (2014) 3 – 13A review of literature on restaurant menus: Specifying the managerial issuesBahattin Ozdemir; Osman Caliskan2014Elsevier Download
443International Journal of Gastronomy and Food Science 2 (2014) 32 – 45Preparation methods in fl uence gastronomical outcome of hollandaise sauceGuro Helgesdotter Rognså; Morten Rathe; Morten Thyregod Paulsen; Mikael Agerlin Petersen2014Elsevier Download
444International Journal of Gastronomy and Food Science 2 (2014) 46 – 50It's all Greek to me Towards a broader view of food science and “ creativity ” in gastronomyWill Goldfarb2014Elsevier Download
445International Journal of Gastronomy and Food Science 2 (2014) 51 – 54Culinary ConceptEnrico Vignoli; Yoji Tokuyoshi; Massimo Bottura2014Elsevier Download
446International Journal of Gastronomy and Food Science 2 (2014) 55 – 59The enhancement of natural colors to provoke seasonalityMatt Lightner; Sophie Rand2014Elsevier Download
1115International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 103 e 116The impact of victim participation in Saiban-in trials in Japan: Insights from the American jury experienceValerie P. Hans2014ScienceDirect Download
1117International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 146 e 161Can justice be achieved for slave descendents in Mauritius?Rosabelle Boswell2014ScienceDirect Download
1111International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 16 e 32Types of organised crime in Italy. The multifaceted spectrum of Italian criminal associations and their different attitudes in the financial crisis and in the use of Internet technologiesAnita Lavorgna; Anna Sergi2014ScienceDirect Download
1119International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 175 e 187International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 175 e 187Petter Gottschal; Torbjørn Rundm2014ScienceDirect Download
1120International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 188 e 202Factors affecting likelihood of hiring private investigators (PI): Citizens’ traits and attitudes toward police and PIChang-Hun Lee; Chang-Moo Lee a; Jin-Hyuk Choi; Julak Lee2014ScienceDirect Download
1121International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 203 e 223Caricaturing “traitors”: Communal reactions to indigenous collaboration in Japanese-occupied KoreaJeong-Chul Kim2014ScienceDirect Download
1122International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 224 e 236Fraud in letter of credit transactions: The experience of Malaysian bankersRosmawani CheHashim2014ScienceDirect Download
1123International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 237 e 250Managing the homicide-suicide inquest the practices of coroners in one region of England and WalesMarilyn J. Gregory2014ScienceDirect Download
1124International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 251 e 270Bullying and sexting in social networks: Protecting minors from criminal acts or empowering minors to cope with risky behaviour?Eva Lievens2014ScienceDirect Download
1125International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 271 e 285High rates of prosecution and conviction in China: The use of passive coping strategiesLi Li2014ScienceDirect Download
1110International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 3 e 15Evaluating the case for greater use of private prosecutions in England and Wales for fraud offencesC. Lewis; G. Brooks; M. Button; D. Shepherd; A. Wakefield2014ScienceDirect Download
1112International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 33 e 53Understanding the links between perceived prison conditions and prison staffT. Molleman; T.C. van der Broek2014ScienceDirect Download
1113International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 54 e 70Fingerprint comparison evidence has been under sustained attack in the United States of America for the last number of years: Is the critique with regard to reliability sufficiently penetrating to warrant the exclusion of this valuable evidence?Wium P. de Villiers2014ScienceDirect Download
1114International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice 42 (2014) 83 e 102Korean citizen participation in criminal trials: The present situation and problemsJong-Sik Choi2014ScienceDirect Download
1126Internet and Higher Education 16 (2013) 1 – 13Comparing a large- and small-scale online language course: An examination of teacher and learner perceptionsVictoria Russell; Wesley Curtis2013ScienceDirect Download
1127Internet and Higher Education 16 (2013) 14 – 22Online interaction arrangements on quality of online interactions performed by diverse learners across disciplinesFengfeng Ke2013ScienceDirect Download
1128Internet and Higher Education 16 (2013) 23 – 31Understanding management students' re fl ective practice through bloggingGihan Osman; Joyce Hwee Ling Koh2013ScienceDirect Download
1129Internet and Higher Education 16 (2013) 32 – 35Strengthening the research-practice nexus: A special issue as a springboard for building the capacity of teacher education institutions in AsiaCher Ping Lim2013ScienceDirect Download
1130Internet and Higher Education 16 (2013) 36 – 42A structural equation model of predictors of online learning retentionYoungju Lee; Jaeho Choi2013ScienceDirect Download
1131Internet and Higher Education 16 (2013) 43 – 50Scholars and faculty members' lived experiences in online social networksGeorge Veletsianos; Royce Kimmons2013ScienceDirect Download
1132Internet and Higher Education 16 (2013) 51 – 56 study of the effects of goal orientation on the re fl ective ability of electronic portfolio usersGary Cheng; Juliana Chau2013ScienceDirect Download
1133Internet and Higher Education 16 (2013) 57 – 65Gender divide and acceptance of collaborative Web 2.0 applications for learning in higher educationWen-Hao David Huang; Denice Ward Hood; Sun Joo Yoo2013ScienceDirect Download
1134Internet and Higher Education 16 (2013) 66 – 69Student – student online coaching: Conceptualizing an emerging learning activityStefan Hrastinski; Stefan Stenbom2013ScienceDirect Download
1135Internet and Higher Education 16 (2013) 70 – 77University students' online academic help seeking: The role of self-regulation and information commitmentsKun-Hung Cheng; Jyh-Chong Liang; Chin-Chung Tsai2013ScienceDirect Download
1136Internet and Higher Education 16 (2013) 78 – 84From ‘ hello ’ to higher-order thinking: The effect of coaching and feedback on online chatsDavid S. Stein; Constance E. Wanstreet; Paula Slagle; Lynn A. Trinko; Michelle Lutz2013ScienceDirect Download
1137Internet and Higher Education 17 (2013) 1 – 8Student satisfaction with online learning in the presence of ambivalence: Looking for the will-o'-the-wispCharles Dziuban; Patsy Moskal; Lauren Kramer; Jessica Thompson2013ScienceDirect Download
1139Internet and Higher Education 17 (2013) 16 – 28Does academic discipline moderate CoI-course outcomes relationships in online MBA courses?J.B. Arbaugh2013ScienceDirect Download
1140Internet and Higher Education 17 (2013) 29 – 37Shaping the online experience: How administrators can in fl uence student and instructor perceptions through policy and practiceTeshia Roby; Susan Ashe; Neha Singh; Curtis Clark d2013ScienceDirect Download
1141Internet and Higher Education 17 (2013) 38 – 47ollege students' experience of online argumentation: Conceptions, approaches and the conditions of using question promptsPei-Shan Tsai; Chin-Chung Tsai2013ScienceDirect Download
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941Learning and Individual Differences 29 (2014) 8 – 17On gender differences in mental rotation processing speedRudolf Debelak; Georg Gittler; MartinArendasy2014ScienceDirect Download
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329Learning and Instruction 23 (2013) 10-23Computer simulations and clear observations do not guarantee conceptual understandingMaggie D. Renken; Narina Nunez2013Elsevier Download
339Learning and Instruction 23 (2013) 115-124Can the isolated-elements strategy be improved by targeting points of high cognitive load for additional practicePaul Ayres2013Elsevier Download
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341Learning and Instruction 23 (2013) 136-150Metacognitive support promotes an effective use of instructional resources in intelligent tutoringRolf Schwonke; Anna Ertelt; Christine Otieno; Alexander Renkl; Vincent Aleven2013Elsevier Download
330Learning and Instruction 23 (2013) 24-32Frequent deadlines: Evaluating the effect of learner control on healthcare executives ’ performance in online learningLawrence V. Fulton; Lana V. Ivanitskaya; Nathaniel D. Bastian; Dmitry A. Erofeev2013Elsevier Download
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332Learning and Instruction 23 (2013) 43-51Parental involvement and general cognitive ability as predictors of domain-speci fi c academic achievement in early adolescenceJulia Karbach; Juliana Gottschling; Marion Spengler; Katrin Hegewald; Frank M. Spinath2013Elsevier Download
333Learning and Instruction 23 (2013) 52-59A cross-cultural study of self-regulated learning in a computer-supported collaborative learning environmentYongchao Shi; Carl H. Frederiksen; Krista R. Muis2013Elsevier Download
334Learning and Instruction 23 (2013) 60-68Performance-approach goal effects on achievement under low versus high challenge conditionsCorwin Senko; Amanda M. Durik; Lily Patel; Chelsea M. Lovejoy; David Valentiner2013Elsevier Download
335Learning and Instruction 23 (2013) 69-77Classroom goal structures, social achievement goals, and adjustment in middle schoolSungok Serena Shim; YoonJung Cho; Cen Wang2013Elsevier Download
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967Learning and Motivation 44 (2013) 294– 302Do dogs get the point? A review of dog–human communication abilityJuliane Kaminski; Marie Nitzschner2013ScienceDirect Download
968Learning and Motivation 44 (2013) 303– 311Evidence for an illusion of causality when using the Implicit Association Test to measure learningMiguel A. Vadillo; Jan De Houwer; Maarten De Schryver2013ScienceDirect Download
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1144Meat Science 96 (2014) 1 – 4TBARS predictive models of pork sausages stored at different temperaturesFan Wenjiao; Zhang Yongkui Chen Yunchuan; Sun Junxiu; Yi Yuwen2014ScienceDirect Download
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1157Meat Science 96 (2014) 114 – 119Effect of dietary supplementation of Spirulina ( Arthrospira platensis ) and Thyme ( Thymus vulgaris ) on rabbit meat appearance, oxidative stability and fatty acid pro fi le during retail displayA. Dal Bosco; Zs. Gerencsér; Zs. Szendr; C. Mugnai; M. Cullere; M. Kovàcs2014ScienceDirect Download
1145Meat Science 96 (2014) 21 – 25Combined effects of potassium lactate and calcium ascorbate as sodium chloride substitutes on the physicochemical and sensory characteristics of low-sodium frankfurter sausageY.M. Choi; K.C. Jung; H.M. Jo; K.W. Nam; J.H. Choe; M.S. Rhee; B.C. Kim a2014ScienceDirect Download
1146Meat Science 96 (2014) 26 – 40Small heat shock proteins and their role in meat tenderness: A reviewD. Lomiwes; M.M. Farouk; E. Wiklund; O.A. Young c2014ScienceDirect Download
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985Midwifery 30 (2014) 138 – 143Women ' s attitude towards the use of complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) in pregnancySian Warriner, DClinPrac, MSc, RM, SRN; Karen Bryan, PhD, BSc2014ScienceDirect Download
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974Midwifery 30 (2014) 28–35Intrapartum uncertainty: A feature of normal birth, as experienced by midwives in ScotlandMiranda Page, BA (Hons), RM, MSc, PhD (Clinical Research Fellow)2014ScienceDirect Download
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975Midwifery 30 (2014) 36–42Subcutaneous administration of fentanyl in childbirth: An observational study on the clinical effectiveness of fentanyl for mother and neonateJulie Fleet, BA App Sc (Dev Dis); Grad cert (Rehab), BMid (Hons), RM (PhD candidate)2014ScienceDirect Download
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986Midwifery 30 (2014) e1 – e6Critical realism: An important theoretical perspective for midwifery researchDenis Walsh, RM, MA, PhD; Kerry Evans, RM, BSc, MA2014ScienceDirect Download
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610nternational Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology (2014) 14 , 1 − 8Generalization of theory-based predictions for improved nutrition to adults with morbid obesity: Implications of initiating exerciseJames J. Annesi; Gisèle A. Tennant2014Elsevier Download
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1215Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 324 e 335A typological approach to investigate the teaching career decision: Motivations and beliefs about teaching of prospective teacher candidatesMargareta Maria Thomson; Jeannine E. Turner; John L. Nietfeld2012ScienceDirect Download
1234Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 470 e 480Teaching for citizenship in Lebanon: Teachers talk about the civics classroomBassel Akar2012ScienceDirect Download
1205Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 485 e 492Equity and social justice in teaching and teacher educationBaljit Kaur2012ScienceDirect Download
1225Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 560 e 567Teachers ’ preferences for educational planning: Dynamic testing, teaching ’ experience and teachers ’ sense of ef fi cacyTirza Bosma; Marco G.P. Hessels; Wilma C.M. Resing2012ScienceDirect Download
1232Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 609 e 617Student teachers ’ collaborative research: Small-scale research projects during teacher educationMarjolein Dobber; Sanne F. Akkerman; Nico Verloop; Jan D. Vermunt2012ScienceDirect Download
1227Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 641 e 648Discussing teaching videocases online: Perspectives of preservice and inservice EFL teachers in TaiwanMei-hui Liu2012ScienceDirect Download
1221Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 675 e 684Using action research in middle level teacher education to evaluate and deepen re fl ective practiceRita Hagevik; Mehmet Aydeniz; C. Glennon Rowell2012ScienceDirect Download
1208Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 706 e 717Teachers ’ professional identity: Contributions of a critical EFL teacher education course in IranArman Abednia2012ScienceDirect Download
1228Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 718 e 727Examining the aesthetic dimensions of teaching: Relationships between teacher knowledge, identity and passionLinda Hobbs2012ScienceDirect Download
1211Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 78 e 88Beginning teacher standards for physical education: Promoting a democratic ideal?D. Ní Chróinín; R. Tormey; M.O ’ Sullivan2012ScienceDirect Download
1226Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 781 e 790Practicalising theoretical knowledge in student teachers ’ professional learning in initial teacher educationMay M.H. Cheng; Sylvia Y.F. Tang; Annie Y.N. Cheng2012ScienceDirect Download
1231Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 818 e 826Idiographic roles of cooperating teachers as mentors in pre-service distance teacher educationEbru Melek Koç2012ScienceDirect Download
1216Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 936 e 947Teachers ’ conceptions of excellent teaching and its relationships to self-reported teaching practicesJunjun Chen; Gavin T.L. Brown; John A.C. Hattie; Pam Millward2012ScienceDirect Download
1213Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 979 e 989Creating foundations for collaboration in schools: Utilizing professional learning communities to support teacher candidate learning and visions of teachingNicole Miller Rigelman; Barbara Ruben2012ScienceDirect Download
1207Teaching and Teacher Education 28 (2012) 999 e 1008Co-teaching as a context for teachers ’ professional learning and joint knowledge constructionAnna Rytivaara; Ruth Kershner2012ScienceDirect Download
1219Teaching and Teacher Education 29 (2013) 144 e 155Fostering lifelong learning e Evaluation of a teacher education program for professional teachersMonika Finsterwald; Petra Wagner; Barbara Schober; Marko Lüftenegger; Christiane Spiel2012ScienceDirect Download
1214Teaching and Teacher Education 29 (2013) 156 e 166Student work products as a teaching tool for nature of science pedagogical knowledge: A professional development project with in-service secondary science teachersErin Peters Burton2012ScienceDirect Download
1220Teaching and Teacher Education 29 (2013) 167 e 176Modeling as moral education: Documenting, analyzing, and addressing a central belief of preservice teachersMatthew N. Sanger; Richard D. Osguthorpe2012ScienceDirect Download
1224Teaching and Teacher Education 30 (2013) 27 e 37Gaps or bridges in multicultural teacher education: A Q study of attitudes toward student diversityYan Yang; Diane Montgomery2013ScienceDirect Download
1223Teaching and Teacher Education 30 (2013) 74 e 83Micropolitical staffroom stories: Beginning health and physical education teachers ’ experiences of the staffroomErin Christensen2012ScienceDirect Download
231The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context 9 (2017) 51–56Contrasting the efficacy of the MMPI-2-RF overreporting scales in the detection of malingerinGuadalupe Sánchez; Amada Ampudia; Fernando Jiménez; Bárbara G. Amado2017ELSEVIER Download
232The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context 9 (2017) 57–64Development and validation of the Psychological Abuse Experienced in Groups ScaleOmar Saldana; Álvaro Rodríguez-Carballeira; Carmen Almendros; Jordi Escartín2017ELSEVIER Download
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234The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context 9 (2017) 83–91Dating violence compared to other types of violence: similar offenders but different victimsAnna-Kari Sjödin; Märta Wallinius; Eva Billstedt; Björn Hofvander; Thomas Nilsson 2017ELSEVIER Download
235The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context 9 (2017) 93–101Differences in treatment adherence, program completion, and recidivism among batterer subtypesPablo Carbajosa; Alba Catalá-Minana; Marisol Lila; Enrique Gracia2017ELSEVIER Download
371The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 1 – 13Using mind maps to study how business school students and faculty organize and apply general business knowledgeMark John Somers; Katia Passerini; Annaleena Parhankangas; Jose Casal2014Elsevier Download
380The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 104 e 114Pakistani Higher Degree students ’ Views of Feedback on Assessment: Qualitative studyMuhammad Kashif; Attiq ur Rehman Zaida Mustafa; Sara Basharat2014Elsevier Download
381The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 115 e 126Facilitating student engagement and collaboration in a large postgraduate course using wiki-based activitiesJulie Salaber2014Elsevier Download
382The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 127 e 141Using workplace experiences for learning about affect and creative problem solving: Piloting a four-stage model for management educationJen Katz-Buonincontro; Rajashi Ghosh2014Elsevier Download
372The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 14 – 21Supervisors ’ perceptions of the value of the undergraduate dissertationDenis Feather; John. R. Anchor; Christopher J. Cowton2014Elsevier Download
383The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 142 e 150Chinese versus UK marketing students ’ perceptions of peer feedback and peer assessmentFraser McLeay, David Wesson2014Elsevier Download
384The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 151 e 166The cost of educational effectiveness: Evidence from fi nancing basic education in BrazilRicardo José Grossi Fabrino; Bruno Siqueira do Valle; Ricardo Correa Gomes2014Elsevier Download
385The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 167 – 176Improving student performance through enhanced feedbackRoger Saunders2014Elsevier Download
386The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 177 – 185Helping students to see for themselves that ethics mattersSuzy Jagger; Richard Volkman2014Elsevier Download
387The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 186 – 192Assessment for con fi dence: Exploring the impact that low-stakes assessment design has on student retentionNicky M. Meer; Amanda Chapman2014Elsevier Download
388The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 193 e 201Notions of belonging: First year, fi rst semester higher education students enrolled on business or economics degree programmesSuzanne Kane; David Chalcraft; Guglielmo Volpe2014Elsevier Download
389The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 203 e 211Self-directed learning on a full-time MBA e A cautionary taleDoris Schedlitzki; Debbie Witney2014Elsevier Download
390The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 212 e 222The impact of an MBA on managerial skills and career advancement: The Greek caseDimitrios M. Mihail * , Panagiotis V. Kloutsiniotis2014Elsevier Download
373The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 22 – 34Business graduate performance in oral communication skills and strategies for improvementDenise Jackson2014Elsevier Download
391The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 223 e 234Using research informed approaches to Strategic Human Resource Management teachingAlan Coetzer; Helen Sitlington2014Elsevier Download
392The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 235 e 247Managing and fostering creativity: An integrated approachMark O. Lewis; Richard Elaver2014Elsevier Download
393The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 248 e 259Too little of a good thing? How organizational learning contracts can refocus B-schools on the business of learningGerard Beenen; Paul S. Goodman2014Elsevier Download
394The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 260 e 270Simulation as a pedagogical tool: Measurement of impact on perceived effective learningShalini Rahul Tiwari; Lubna Nafees; Omkumar Krishnan2014Elsevier Download
395The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 271 e 282The role of autocatalysis in learner's networksPeter McHardy; Natalia A. Vershinina2014Elsevier Download
396The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 283 e 292Does AACSB accreditation provide quality assurance and foster quality improvement for limited resource business schools whose missions are primarily teaching?Richard F. Bieker2014Elsevier Download
397The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 293 e 303Faculty perspectives on the inclusion of spirituality topics in nonsectarian leadership and management education programsPeter Williams; Stuart Allen2014Elsevier Download
374The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 35 – 43Engaging students in group work to maximise tacit knowledge sharing and useBejan David Analoui; Sally Sambrook; Clair Hannah Doloriert2014Elsevier Download
375The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 44 – 54From theory to practice: Teaching management using fi lms through deductive and inductive processesVelma Lee; Amber Lo2014Elsevier Download
376The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 55 – 67The holistic dilemma: Helping management students deal with riskDianne Bolton; Christopher Galloway2014Elsevier Download
377The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 68 – 79Determining factors in online training in companiesJosep-Maria Batalla-Busquets; María-Jesús Martínez-Argüelles2014Elsevier Download
378The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 80 – 90Flexibility, compromise and opportunity: Students ’ perceptions of balancing part-time work with a full-time business degreeCarl Evans; Gbolahan Gbadamosi; Mark Richardson a2014Elsevier Download
379The International Journal of Management Education 12 (2014) 91 – 103The international business of higher education e A managerial perspective on the internationalisation of UK universitiesPhilip Warwick2014Elsevier Download
286TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 1-14Student career prospect and industry commitment: The roles of industry attitude, perceived social status, and salary expectationsYim King Penny Wan; IpKin Anthony Wong; Weng Hang Kong2014Elsevier Download
295TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 102-116Segmentation by motivation for rural tourism activities in The GambiaWolfgang Rid; Ikechukwu O. Ezeuduji; Ulrike Pröbstl-Haider2014Elsevier Download
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297TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 126-136The impacts of Australia ’ s departure tax: Tourism versus the economy?Peter Forsyth; Larry Dwyer; Ray Spurr; Tien Pham2014Elsevier Download
298TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 141-154Retirement motivation among ‘ Malaysia My Second Home ’ participantsKee Mun Wong; Ghazali Musa2014Elsevier Download
287TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 15-26Tourism ’ s climate mitigation dilemma: Flying between rich and poor countriesPaul M. Peeters Eke Eijgelaar2014Elsevier Download
299TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 155-164Deciphering ‘ Islamic hospitality ’ : Developments, challenges and opportunitiesMarcus L. Stephenson2014Elsevier Download
300TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 165-179Mobilising identity and culture in experience co-creation and venue operationPeter Lugosi 2014Elsevier Download
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302TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 193-202Domestic tourism demand of urban and rural residents in China: Does relative income matterYang Yang; Ze-Hua Liu; Qiuyin Qi2014Elsevier Download
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304TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 224-232Building dynamic capabilities through knowledge resourcesJulia Nieves; Sabine Haller2014Elsevier Download
305TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 233-243Natural and anthropogenic in fl uences on the year-round temperature dynamics of air and water in Postojna show cave, SloveniaStanka  Sebela; Janez Turk2014Elsevier Download
306TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 244-259Examining strategies for maximizing and utilizing brand prestige in the luxury cruise industryJinsoo Hwang; Heesup Han b2014Elsevier Download
307TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 260-272Improving importance-performance analysis: The role of the zone of tolerance and competitor performance. The case of Taiwan's hot spring hotelsKuan-Yu Chen2014Elsevier Download
288TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 27-34Estimation of multipliers for the activity of hotels and restaurantsLuis Robles Teigeiro; Bárbara Díaz b2014Elsevier Download
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310TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 290-299Environmental orientations and environmental behaviour: Perceptions of protected area tourism stakeholdersSophia Imran; Khorshed Alam; Narelle Beaumont2014Elsevier Download
312TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 311-320Tourists ’ strategies: An acculturation approachSarah Rasmi SiewImm Ng; Julie A. Lee; Geoff N. Soutar c2014Elsevier Download
313TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 321-329Environmentally responsible behavior in ecotourism: Antecedents and implicationsYen-Ting Helena Chiu; Wan-I. Lee; Tsung-Hsiung Chen2014Elsevier Download
314TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 330-337Vacationers and the economic “ double dip ” in EuropeFred Bronner; Robert de Hoog2014Elsevier Download
325TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 337-140Transforming competitiveness into economic bene fi ts: Does tourism stimulate economic growth in more competitive destinations?Craig Webster; Stanislav Ivanov2014Elsevier Download
315TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 338-351Convinced, ambivalent or annoyed: Tyrolean ski tourism stakeholders and their perceptions of climate changeLisa Trawöger2014Elsevier Download
289TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 35-45When Middle East meets West: Understanding the motives and perceptions of young tourists from United Arab EmiratesGirish Prayag; Sameer Hosany2014Elsevier Download
323TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 352-360The economic recreational value of a white stork nesting colony: A case of ‘ stork village ’ in PolandMiko 1 aj Czajkowski; Marek Giergiczny; Jakub Kronenberg; Piotr Tryjanowski2014Elsevier Download
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316TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 372-381Social interactions and intentions to revisit for agritourism service encountersHyungsuk Choo; James F. Petrick b2014Elsevier Download
317TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 382-390Destination image as a mediator between perceived risks and revisit intention: A case of post-disaster JapanElaine Yin Teng Chew; Siti Aqilah Jahari2014Elsevier Download
318TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 394-405Agritourism from the perspective of providers and visitors: a typology-based studySharon Flanigan; Kirsty Blackstock; Colin Hunter 2014Elsevier Download
319TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 406-415Understanding con fl icting perspectives in event planning and management using Q methodGiang Phi; Dianne Dredge; Michelle Whitford b2014Elsevier Download
320TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 416-424Changes in emotions and their interactions with personality in a vacation contextYeqiang Lin; Deborah Kerstetter; Jeroen Nawijn; Ondrej Mitas2014Elsevier Download
321TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 425-435Sunk costs and travel cancellation: Focusing on temporal costJeong-Yeol Park; SooCheong (Shawn) Jang2014Elsevier Download
322TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 436-446Hotels ’ environmental policies and employee personal environmental beliefs: Interactions and outcomesChia-Jung Chou2014Elsevier Download
326TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 447Tourism in China: Destinations, Planning and Experiences,Edi- ted C. Ryan, S. Huang 2014Elsevier Download
327TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 448-449The Cultural Moment in TourismEdited L. Smith; E. Waterton; S. Watson2014Elsevier Download
290TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 46-58Analysis of international tourist arrivals worldwide: The role of world heritage sitesYu-Wen Su; Hui-Lin Lin 2014Elsevier Download
291TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 59-69Travel photos: Motivations, image dimensions, and affective qualities of placesSteve Pan; Jinsoo Lee; Henry Tsai 22014Elsevier Download
292TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 70-78The in fl uence of political con fl icts on country image and intention to visit: A study of Israel ’ s imageMaria D. Alvarez; Sara Campo2014Elsevier Download
293TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 79-89Linking transformational leadership and employee creativity in the hospitality industry: The in fl uences of creative role identity, creative self-ef fi cacy, and job complexityChung-Jen Wang; Huei-Ting Tsai; Ming-Tien Tsai2014Elsevier Download
294TOURISM MANAGEMENT 40 (2014) 90-101The water footprint of tourism in Spain Cazcarro; A.Y. Hoekstra; J. Sánchez Chóliz2014Elsevier Download
224Tourism Management 6 (2017) 275-301Progress in dark tourism and thanatourism research: An uneasy relationship with heritage tourismDuncan Light2017ELSEVIER Download
222Tourism Management 60 (2017) 81-91Aggravated fragmentation: A case study of SME behaviour in two emerging heritage tourism regionsClaire McCamley; Audrey Gilmore b2017ELSEVIER Download
229Tourism Management 64 (2018) 335-345What about the event? How do tourism leveraging strategies affect small-scale events?Donna M. Kelly; Sheranne Fairley2018ELSEVIER Download
228Tourism Management 64 (2018) 357-368Applying self-perception theory to explain residents' attitudes about tourism development through travel historiesKyle M. Woosnam; Jason Draper; Jingxian (Kelly) Jiang; Kayode D. Aleshinloye; Emrullah Erul2018ELSEVIER Download
226Tourism Management 64 (2018) 55-63Experience economy in hospitality and tourism: Gain and loss values for service and experienceSeohee Chang2018ELSEVIER Download
227Tourism Management 64 (2018) 73-86Event tourism and event imposition: A critical case study from Kangaroo Island, South AustraliaFreya Higgins-Desbiolles 2018ELSEVIER Download
1235Tourism Management Perspectives 12 (2014) 1 – 8Work – family con fl ict among hotel employees in Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis, GhanaEmmanuel Gamor; Eunice Fay Amissah; Kwaku Adutwum Anyim Boakye2012ScienceDirect Download
1237Tourism Management Perspectives 12 (2014) 15 – 22Constraints of international volunteering: A study of volunteer tourists to GhanaFelix Elvis Otoo2014ScienceDirect Download
1238Tourism Management Perspectives 12 (2014) 23 – 30An enhanced framework for regional tourism sustainable adaptation to climate changeJ.M. Njoroge2014ScienceDirect Download
1239Tourism Management Perspectives 12 (2014) 31 – 40Multidimensional scaling in tourism literatureCarl Marcussen2014ScienceDirect Download
1240Tourism Management Perspectives 12 (2014) 41 – 47Understanding beer tourist motivationJennifer Francioni Kraftchick; Erick T. Byrd; BonnieCanziani; Nancy J. Gladwell2014ScienceDirect Download
1241Tourism Management Perspectives 12 (2014) 48 – 56Structural elements of articles and diachronous citation analysis among top-ranking tourism journals (1990 – 2010)Jingxian Jiang; Kyle M. Woosnam; JasonDraper2014ScienceDirect Download
1242Tourism Management Perspectives 12 (2014) 57 – 61Motivations for fi rst-time and repeat backpackers in ShanghaiJane Lu Hsu;Terry Chun-Ting Wang; Phoebe Yu-Hsin Huang2014ScienceDirect Download
1243Tourism Management Perspectives 12 (2014) 62 – 67Using a logistic growth regression model to forecast the demand for tourism in Las VegasFong-Lin Chu2014ScienceDirect Download
1244Tourism Management Perspectives 12 (2014) 68 – 70Measurement of traveler expectations versus service gaps — The case of generalaviationservicesinArubaEarney F. Lasten; Catherine Curtis; Randall S. Upchurch; Christine Dammers2014ScienceDirect Download
1245Tourism Management Perspectives 12 (2014) 71 – 80Boring and expensive: The challenge of developing experience-based tourism in the Inland region, NorwayXiang Ying Mei2014ScienceDirect Download
1246Tourism Management Perspectives 12 (2014) 81 – 87The effect of weather on the demand for rooms in the Taiwanese hotel industry: An examinationChiang-Ming Chen; Yu-Chen Lin2014ScienceDirect Download
1236Tourism Management Perspectives 12 (2014) 9 – 14Triangulation in tourism research: A bibliometric study of top three tourism journalsErdogan Ko; Hakan Boz2012ScienceDirect Download
533Wine Economics and Policy 3 (2014) 10 – 18Culinary tourists in the Spanish region of Extremadura, SpainTomás López-Guzmán; Elide Di-Clemente; José Manuel Hernández-Mogollón2014ScienceDirect Download
527Wine Economics and Policy 3 (2014) 108 – 114The fi nancial crisis and the wine industry: The performance of niche fi rms versus mass-market fi rmsTrond Hammervoll; Pierre Mora; Kjell Toften2014ScienceDirect Download
528Wine Economics and Policy 3 (2014) 115 – 126The New World challenge: Performance trends in wine production in major wine-exporting countries in the 2000s and their implications for the Australian wine industryEuan Fleming; Stuart Mounter; Bligh Grant; Garry Griffith; Renato Villano2014ScienceDirect Download
529Wine Economics and Policy 3 (2014) 127 – 137Factors of collective reputation of the Italian PDO wines: An analysis on central ItalyAndrea Marchini; Chiara Riganelli; Francesco Diotallevi; Chiara Paffarini2014ScienceDirect Download
530Wine Economics and Policy 3 (2014) 138 – 141Food and Wine Events in Europe: A Stakeholder Approach Alessio Cavicchi; Armand Gilinsky; Alan Clarke; Benoît Lecat2014ScienceDirect Download
531Wine Economics and Policy 3 (2014) 142 – 146Strategic thinking for the future of Bordeaux wines An interview with Bernard FargesPierre Mora2014ScienceDirect Download
534Wine Economics and Policy 3 (2014) 19 – 27Technological change in the wine market? The role of QR codes and wine apps in consumer wine purchasesLindsey M. Higgins; Marianne McGarry Wolf; Mitchell J. Wolf2014ScienceDirect Download
535Wine Economics and Policy 3 (2014) 28 – 36Two enological titans rate the 2009 Bordeaux winesDom Cicchetti; Arnie Cicchetti2014ScienceDirect Download
532Wine Economics and Policy 3 (2014) 3 – 9Model selection and Akaike Information Criteria: An example from wine ratings and pricesMichael Snipes; D. Christopher Taylor2014ScienceDirect Download
536Wine Economics and Policy 3 (2014) 37 – 53What makes Napa Napa? The roots of success in the wine industryAnil Hira; Tim Swartz2014ScienceDirect Download
524Wine Economics and Policy 3 (2014) 71 – 80Italian market of organic wine: A survey on production system characteristics and marketing strategiesAlessandra Castellini; Christine Mauracher; Isabella Procidano; Giovanna Sacchi2014ScienceDirect Download
525Wine Economics and Policy 3 (2014) 81 – 89The impact of climate change on the global wine industry: Challenges & solutionsMichelle Renée Mozell; Liz Thach2014ScienceDirect Download
526Wine Economics and Policy 3 (2014) 90 – 107The value of powdery mildew resistance in grapes: Evidence from CaliforniaKate Binzen Fuller; Julian M. Alston; Olena S. Sambucci2014ScienceDirect Download
267Zoology 117 (2014) 161–162Recent identification of an ERK signal gradient governing planarian regenerationKiyokazu Agata; Junichi Tasaki; Elizabeth Nakajima; Yoshihiko Umesono2014Elsevier Download
268Zoology 117 (2014) 163–170Motion camouflage induced by zebra stripesMartin J. How a; Johannes M. Zanker2014Elsevier Download
269Zoology 117 (2014) 171–178How important are seabirds in the diet of black rats on islands with a superpredator?Sandra Hervías; Filipe R. Ceia; mTânia Pipa; Manuel Nogales; Rocío Ruiz de Ybá ̃ nez; Jaime A. Ramos2014Elsevier Download
270Zoology 117 (2014) 179–184Eye darkening as a reliable, easy and inexpensive indicator of stress in fishRenato H.A. Freitas; Carolina A. Negrão; Ana Karina C. Felício; Gilson L. Volpato2014Elsevier Download
271Zoology 117 (2014) 185–191Function of calcium phosphate renal concrements in extant Nautilus : a paradigm for Cambrian-relict short-term mineral reserve equivalent to vertebrate bonePeter Ward; John Chamberlain; Rebecca Chamberlain; Greg Barord; Anthony Ilano; Eric Catlin2014Elsevier Download
272Zoology 117 (2014) 192–199Spermatangium formation and sperm discharge in the Japanese pygmy squid Idiosepius paradoxusNoriyosi Sato; Takashi Kasugai; Hiroyuki Munehara2014Elsevier Download
273Zoology 117 (2014) 225–226Did the ctenophore nervous system evolve independentlyJoseph F. Ryan2014Elsevier Download
274Zoology 117 (2014) 227–236The scaling of tongue projection in the veiled chameleon, Chamaeleo calyptratusAnthony Herrel; Chrystal L. Redding; J.Jay Meyers; Kiisa C. Nishikawa2014Elsevier Download
275Zoology 117 (2014) 253–260Comparison of metabolic substrates in alligators and several birds of preyKaren L. Sweazea; John P. McMurtry; Ruth M. Elsey; Patrick Redig; Eldon J. Braun2014Elsevier Download
277Zoology 117 (2014) 261–268Experimentally induced stress, oxidative load and changes in immunity in a tropical wild bird, Perdicula asiatica : involvement of melatonin and glucocorticoid receptorsSanjeev K. Yadav; Chandana Haldar 2014Elsevier Download
276Zoology 117 (2014) 269–281Center of mass motion in swimming fish: effects of speed and locomotor mode during undulatory propulsionGrace Xiong; George V. Lauder2014Elsevier Download
278Zoology 117 (2014) 282–291The reaction of the sponge Chondrosia reniformis to mechanical stimulation is mediated by the outer epithelium and the release of stiffening factor(s)Dario Fassini; Lorenzo Parma; Francesco Lembo; M. Daniela Candia Carnevali2014Elsevier Download
279Zoology 117 (2014) 293–294A paradigm shift in neurobiology: peripheral nerves deliver cellular material and control developmentEvgeny Ivashkin; Elena E. Voronezhskaya; Igor Adameyko 2014Elsevier Download
280Zoology 117 (2014) 295–314Ultrastructure and wear patterns of the ventral epidermis of four snake species (Squamata, Serpentes)Marie-Christin G. Klein; Stanislav N. Gorb2014Elsevier Download
281Zoology 117 (2014) 315–318Feeding kinematics of freshwater turtles: what advantage do invasive species possess?Hideaki Nishizawa; Runa Tabata; Tomoya Hori; Hiromichi Mitamura; Nobuaki Arai2014Elsevier Download
282Zoology 117 (2014) 319–328Antigenic homogeneity of male Müllerian gland (MG) secretory proteins of a caecilian amphibian with secretory proteins of the mammalian prostate gland and seminal vesicles: evidence for role of the caecilian MG as a male accessory reproductive glandArumugam Radha; Sreesha Sree; Kunnathodi Faisal; G. Pradeep Kumar b2014Elsevier Download
283Zoology 117 (2014) 329–336Acoustic defence in an insect: characteristics of defensive stridulation and differences between the sexes in the tettigoniid Poecilimon ornatus ( S chmidt 1850)Kerstin N. Kowalski; Reinhard Lakes-Harlan; Gerlind U.C. Lehmann; Johannes Strauß2014Elsevier Download
284Zoology 117 (2014) 337–348Locomotion of free-swimming ghost knifefish: anal fin kinematics during four behaviorsEric D. Youngerman ∗ , Brooke E. Flammang, George V. Lauder2014Elsevier Download
285Zoology 117 (2014) 349–361Brain and behaviour of living and extinct echidnasKen W.S. Ashwell; Craig D. Hardman; Anne M. Musser2014Elsevier Download