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Aggression and violent behavior, ISSN 1359-1789, 2018, Volume 38, pp. 13 - 20
School bullying is an important concern. Whilst there is growing knowledge about the nature, extent and effects of school bullying, areas of complexity in... 
Bullying | Theory | Peer relationships | Sociocultural | MEDIATION | INVOLVEMENT | CRIMINOLOGY & PENOLOGY | PARTICIPANT ROLES | STRATEGIES | DEFINITIONS | EXPERIENCES | RESPONSES | PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | PEER VICTIMIZATION | TEACHERS | PERCEPTIONS
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Higher education, ISSN 0018-1560, 2013, Volume 66, Issue 2, pp. 139 - 152
This exploratory study presents a different approach to studying transition by involving students as researchers. The aim was to investigate how students... 
Studentenschaft | Studienverhalten
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by Ward-Thompson, Derek and Pattle, Kate and Bastien, Pierre and Furuya, Ray S and Kwon, Woojin and Lai, Shih-Ping and Qiu, Keping and Berry, David and Choi, Minho and Coudé, Simon and Francesco, James Di and Hoang, Thiem and Franzmann, Erica and Friberg, Per and Graves, Sarah F and Greaves, Jane S and Houde, Martin and Johnstone, Doug and Kirk, Jason M and Koch, Patrick M and Kwon, Jungmi and Lee, Chang Won and Li, Di and Matthews, Brenda C and Mottram, Joseph C and Parsons, Harriet and Pon, Andy and Rao, Ramprasad and Rawlings, Mark and Shinnaga, Hiroko and Sadavoy, Sarah and Loo, Sven van and Aso, Yusuke and Byun, Do-Young and Eswaraiah, Chakali and Chen, Huei-Ru and Chen, Mike C.-Y and Chen, Wen Ping and Ching, Tao-Chung and Cho, Jungyeon and Chrysostomou, Antonio and Chung, Eun Jung and Doi, Yasuo and Drabek-Maunder, Emily and Eyres, Stewart P. S and Fiege, Jason and Friesen, Rachel K and Fuller, Gary and Gledhill, Tim and Griffin, Matt J and Gu, Qilao and Hasegawa, Tetsuo and Hatchell, Jennifer and Hayashi, Saeko S and Holland, Wayne and Inoue, Tsuyoshi and Inutsuka, Shu-ichiro and Iwasaki, Kazunari and Jeong, Il-Gyo and Kang, Ji-hyun and Kang, Miju and Kang, Sung-ju and Kawabata, Koji S and Kemper, Francisca and Kim, Gwanjeong and Kim, Jongsoo and Kim, Kee-Tae and Kim, Kyoung Hee and Kim, Mi-Ryang and Kim, Shinyoung and Lacaille, Kevin M and Lee, Jeong-Eun and Lee, Sang-Sung and Li, Dalei and Li, Hua-bai and Liu, Hong-Li and Liu, Junhao and Liu, Sheng-Yuan and Liu, Tie and Lyo, A-Ran and Mairs, Steve and Matsumura, Masafumi and Moriarty-Schieven, Gerald H and Nakamura, Fumitaka and Nakanishi, Hiroyuki and Ohashi, Nagayoshi and Onaka, Takashi and Peretto, Nicolas and Pyo, Tae-Soo and Qian, Lei and Retter, Brendan and Richer, John and Rigby, Andrew and Robitaille, Jean-François and Savini, Giorgio and Scaife, Anna M. M and Soam, Archana and Tamura, Motohide and Tang, Ya-Wen and Tomisaka, Kohji and ...
The Astrophysical journal, ISSN 1538-4357, 2017, Volume 842, Issue 1, p. 66
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by Soam, Archana and Pattle, Kate and Ward-Thompson, Derek and Lee, Chang Won and Sadavoy, Sarah and Koch, Patrick M and Kim, Gwanjeong and Kwon, Jungmi and Kwon, Woojin and Arzoumanian, Doris and Berry, David and Hoang, Thiem and Tamura, Motohide and Lee, Sang-Sung and Liu, Tie and Kim, Kee-Tae and Johnstone, Doug and Nakamura, Fumitaka and Lyo, A-Ran and Onaka, Takashi and Kim, Jongsoo and Furuya, Ray S and Hasegawa, Tetsuo and Lai, Shih-Ping and Bastien, Pierre and Chung, Eun Jung and Kim, Shinyoung and Parsons, Harriet and Rawlings, Mark G and Mairs, Steve and Graves, Sarah F and Robitaille, Jean-Franois and Liu, Hong-Li and Whitworth, Anthony P and Eswaraiah, Chakali and Rao, Ramprasad and Yoo, Hyunju and Houde, Martin and Kang, Ji-hyun and Doi, Yasuo and Choi, Minho and Kang, Miju and Coudé, Simon and Li, Hua-bai and Matsumura, Masafumi and Matthews, Brenda C and Pon, Andy and Francesco, James Di and Hayashi, Saeko S and Kawabata, Koji S and Inutsuka, Shu-ichiro and Qiu, Keping and Franzmann, Erica and Friberg, Per and Greaves, Jane S and Kirk, Jason M and Li, Di and Shinnaga, Hiroko and Loo, Sven van and Aso, Yusuke and Byun, Do-Young and Chen, Huei-Ru and Chen, Mike C.-Y and Chen, Wen Ping and Ching, Tao-Chung and Cho, Jungyeon and Chrysostomou, Antonio and Drabek-Maunder, Emily and Eyres, Stewart P. S and Fiege, Jason and Friesen, Rachel K and Fuller, Gary and Gledhill, Tim and Griffin, Matt J and Gu, Qilao and Hatchell, Jennifer and Holland, Wayne and Inoue, Tsuyoshi and Iwasaki, Kazunari and Jeong, Il-Gyo and Kang, Sung-ju and Kemper, Francisca and Kim, Kyoung Hee and Kim, Mi-Ryang and Lacaille, Kevin M and Lee, Jeong-Eun and Li, Dalei and Liu, Junhao and Liu, Sheng-Yuan and Moriarty-Schieven, Gerald H and Nakanishi, Hiroyuki and Ohashi, Nagayoshi and Peretto, Nicolas and Pyo, Tae-Soo and Qian, Lei and Retter, Brendan and Richer, John and Rigby, Andrew and Savini, Giorgio and Scaife, Anna M. M and ...
The Astrophysical journal, ISSN 1538-4357, 2018, Volume 861, Issue 1, p. 65
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Sex roles, ISSN 0360-0025, 06/2020
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Nature (London), ISSN 1476-4687, 2019, Volume 574, Issue 7778, pp. 365 - 371
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by Wang, Jia-Wei and Lai, Shih-Ping and Eswaraiah, Chakali and Pattle, Kate and Francesco, James Di and Johnstone, Doug and Koch, Patrick M and Liu, Tie and Tamura, Motohide and Furuya, Ray S and Onaka, Takashi and Ward-Thompson, Derek and Soam, Archana and Kim, Kee-Tae and Lee, Chang Won and Lee, Chin-Fei and Mairs, Steve and Arzoumanian, Doris and Kim, Gwanjeong and Hoang, Thiem and Hwang, Jihye and Liu, Sheng-Yuan and Berry, David and Bastien, Pierre and Hasegawa, Tetsuo and Kwon, Woojin and Qiu, Keping and André, Philippe and Aso, Yusuke and Byun, Do-Young and Chen, Huei-Ru and Chen, Michael C and Chen, Wen Ping and Ching, Tao-Chung and Cho, Jungyeon and Choi, Minho and Chrysostomou, Antonio and Chung, Eun Jung and Coudé, Simon and Doi, Yasuo and Dowell, C. Darren and Drabek-Maunder, Emily and Duan, Hao-Yuan and Eyres, Stewart P. S and Falle, Sam and Fanciullo, Lapo and Fiege, Jason and Franzmann, Erica and Friberg, Per and Friesen, Rachel K and Fuller, Gary and Gledhill, Tim and Graves, Sarah F and Greaves, Jane S and Griffin, Matt J and Gu, Qilao and Han, Ilseung and Hatchell, Jennifer and Hayashi, Saeko S and Holland, Wayne and Houde, Martin and Inoue, Tsuyoshi and Inutsuka, Shu-ichiro and Iwasaki, Kazunari and Jeong, Il-Gyo and Kanamori, Yoshihiro and Kang, Ji-hyun and Kang, Miju and Kang, Sung-ju and Kataoka, Akimasa and Kawabata, Koji S and Kemper, Francisca and Kim, Jongsoo and Kim, Kyoung Hee and Kim, Mi-Ryang and Kim, Shinyoung and Kirk, Jason M and Kobayashi, Masato I. N and Konyves, Vera and Kwon, Jungmi and Lacaille, Kevin M and Lee, Hyeseung and Lee, Jeong-Eun and Lee, Sang-Sung and Lee, Yong-Hee and Li, Dalei and Li, Di and Li, Hua-bai and Liu, Hong-Li and Liu, Junhao and Lyo, A-Ran and Matsumura, Masafumi and Matthews, Brenda C and Moriarty-Schieven, Gerald H and Nagata, Tetsuya and Nakamura, Fumitaka and Nakanishi, Hiroyuki and Ohashi, Nagayoshi and Park, Geumsook and Parsons, Harriet and ...
The Astrophysical journal, ISSN 1538-4357, 2019, Volume 876, Issue 1, p. 42
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by Kwon, Jungmi and Doi, Yasuo and Tamura, Motohide and Matsumura, Masafumi and Pattle, Kate and Berry, David and Sadavoy, Sarah and Matthews, Brenda C and Ward-Thompson, Derek and Hasegawa, Tetsuo and Furuya, Ray S and Pon, Andy and Francesco, James Di and Arzoumanian, Doris and Hayashi, Saeko S and Kawabata, Koji S and Onaka, Takashi and Choi, Minho and Kang, Miju and Hoang, Thiem and Lee, Chang Won and Lee, Sang-Sung and Liu, Hong-Li and Liu, Tie and Inutsuka, Shu-ichiro and Eswaraiah, Chakali and Bastien, Pierre and Kwon, Woojin and Lai, Shih-Ping and Qiu, Keping and Coudé, Simon and Franzmann, Erica and Friberg, Per and Graves, Sarah F and Greaves, Jane S and Houde, Martin and Johnstone, Doug and Kirk, Jason M and Koch, Patrick M and Li, Di and Parsons, Harriet and Rao, Ramprasad and Rawlings, Mark G and Shinnaga, Hiroko and Loo, Sven van and Aso, Yusuke and Byun, Do-Young and Chen, Huei-Ru and Chen, Mike C.-Y and Chen, Wen Ping and Ching, Tao-Chung and Cho, Jungyeon and Chrysostomou, Antonio and Chung, Eun Jung and Drabek-Maunder, Emily and Eyres, Stewart P. S and Fiege, Jason and Friesen, Rachel K and Fuller, Gary and Gledhill, Tim and Griffin, Matt J and Gu, Qilao and Hatchell, Jennifer and Holland, Wayne and Inoue, Tsuyoshi and Iwasaki, Kazunari and Jeong, Il-Gyo and Kang, Ji-hyun and Kang, Sung-ju and Kemper, Francisca and Kim, Gwanjeong and Kim, Jongsoo and Kim, Kee-Tae and Kim, Kyoung Hee and Kim, Mi-Ryang and Kim, Shinyoung and Lacaille, Kevin M and Lee, Jeong-Eun and Li, Dalei and Li, Hua-bai and Liu, Junhao and Liu, Sheng-Yuan and Lyo, A-Ran and Mairs, Steve and Moriarty-Schieven, Gerald H and Nakamura, Fumitaka and Nakanishi, Hiroyuki and Ohashi, Nagayoshi and Peretto, Nicolas and Pyo, Tae-Soo and Qian, Lei and Retter, Brendan and Richer, John and Rigby, Andrew and Robitaille, Jean-Franois and Savini, Giorgio and Scaife, Anna M. M and Soam, Archana and Tang, Ya-Wen and Tomisaka, Kohji and ...
The Astrophysical journal, ISSN 1538-4357, 2018, Volume 859, Issue 1, p. 4
We present 850 μm imaging polarimetry data of the ρ Oph-A core taken with the Submillimeter Common-User Bolometer Array-2 (SCUBA-2) and its polarimeter (POL-2)... 
stars: formation | polarization | circumstellar matter | ISM: structure | ISM: individual objects (Ophiuchi) | radio continuum: ISM | Polarization | Wavelengths | Star formation | Microprocessors | Polarimeters | Mathematical analysis | Bolometers | Centroids | Magnetism | Polarimetry | Magnetic fields
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Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, ISSN 1368-4302, 10/2019, Volume 22, Issue 7, pp. 947 - 963
.... For the first time, the current study examines the effectiveness of a contemporary intergroup contact strategy, called electronic or E-contact, to reduce stigma against people diagnosed with schizophrenia... 
intergroup contact | stigma | schizophrenia | computer-mediated communication | intergroup emotions | Anger | Mental disorders | Stigma | Schizophrenia | Social contact | Stereotypes | Stigmatization | Emotions | Fear & phobias | Contacts | Social distancing | Intergroup relations | First time | Pity | Intergroup contact
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Educational Studies, ISSN 0305-5698, 08/2015, Volume 41, Issue 4, pp. 466 - 470
This brief report describes a small-scale qualitative interview study with primary school teachers in England, investigating their perceptions of bullying and... 
primary school | teachers | bullying | social and emotional learning | EDUCATION & EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
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Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 2017, Volume 464, Issue 4, pp. 4255 - 4281
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