Category Archives: Social Sciences & Humanities

The Unexpected and Education: Curriculums for Creativity

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Author:Romina Elisondo Source: The Unexpected and Education: Curriculums for Creativity; Journal of Creative Education; DOI: 10.4236/ce.2013.412A2002 Unexpected promotes creativity. Design activities, curriculum and educational contexts with unexpected components is one way to stimulate creativity in the classroom. The article write by Elisondo, … Continue reading

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No Child Confederates Needed

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Author(s): Aiko Hanayama, Kazuo Mori  In many of the experimental research in social psychology, experimenters’ confederates were inevitable for creating the experimental setting required for the research goals. For example, one of the well-known classical research in social psychology is the … Continue reading

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Study of Effects of Drawing and Picture-Based Dental Care Education on Awareness of Five to Six-Year-Old Children in Ardabil Province Kindergartens

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If children are acquainted with healthy behaviors from the beginning, they will better take care of them in their personal and social lives at older ages. But this point is that the teaching of healthy behaviors should be sweat, attractive … Continue reading

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Learn Physics and Be Creative by Solving Problems

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Being creative implies being sensitive to problems and having original, diverse and flexible thoughts to elaborate possible solutions, or creating new problems in order to transform the present reality. The connection between creativity and learning came from the definition of … Continue reading

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Laws and Implementation of Maternity Benefit at NGOs in Bangladesh

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Maternity Leave is an important benefit to the female employees that plays important role to increase organizational loyalty, efficiency and job satisfaction, particularly in the Non-Government Organizations (NGOs). ‘Maternity Benefit’ means leave with wages granted to a female worker because … Continue reading

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Intellectual Profile of Sexually Abused Children in Japan: An analysis of WISC-III Subtests compared with Physically Abused, Neglected, and Non-Maltreated Children

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In previous studies, a subtest profile of the Wechsler series test was used to characterize maltreated children. Specifically, a higher score on the Picture Completion suggested hypervigilance symptoms related to post-traumatic stress disorder (Frankel et al., 2000). The aim of … Continue reading

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Psychological Trauma Facilitates a Visual Cognitive Function

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Child abuse and neglect are extremely traumatic experience; they have terribly deleterious effects on victim child’s development. The earliest report on “battered child syndrome” described mental retardation in abused children. However, hard and harsh conditions could be mental pabulum for … Continue reading

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