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PloS one, ISSN 1932-6203, 2014, Volume 9, Issue 1, p. e83147
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2010, ISBN 0521194202, xv, 365
It is increasingly common for analysts to seek out the opinions of individuals and organizations using attitudinal scales such as degree of satisfaction or... 
Choice (Psychology) | Mathematical models | Psychology | Quantitative research | Research
Book
Vigiliae Christianae, ISSN 0042-6032, 01/2016, Volume 70, Issue 1, pp. 77 - 100
The purpose of the paper is to show a mutual interaction of Platonic and Christian ideas in the pear theft narrative from Book Two of the Confessions... 
Soul | Desire | Narratives | Evil | Platonism | Sin | Spiritual love | Christianity | Larceny | Augustinian Order | Augustine | the origin of evil | the pear theft | the fall of the soul | RELIGION | prose | Augustine, Saint(354-430) | Confessiones | soul | Confessions | 300-399 | sin | evil | North African literature | Latin language literature | goodness
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Behaviour & Information Technology, ISSN 0144-929X, 05/2019, Volume 38, Issue 5, pp. 533 - 548
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by Hsu, LC
JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL AND APPLIED ELECTRONIC COMMERCE RESEARCH, ISSN 0718-1876, 09/2019, Volume 14, Issue 3, pp. 168 - 189
This study targeted community members who have purchased smartphone and have joined the official brand fan pages of the smartphone brands for at least six... 
CONSUMER-BRAND RELATIONSHIPS | SELF-EXPRESSION | Hedonic products | BUSINESS | IDENTIFICATION | ONLINE | Brand loyalty | LIFE-STYLE | WORD-OF-MOUTH | SOCIAL MEDIA | Facebook fan pages of smartphone | Brand self-expression and uniqueness | Brand passion | CONSUMPTION | EQUITY | OBSESSIVE PASSION | Smartphones | Social networks | Multivariate statistical analysis | Marketing | Goodness of fit
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2011, ISBN 0199751803, xv, 283
.... This is the first book to consolidate these gains into one coherent treatment, which will rigorously demonstrate to a wide readership how effectively various objections to moral apologetics have been answered... 
Religious ethics | Religion and ethics | Religion & beliefs | philosophy of religion | Moral apologetics | Moral virtue | Moral goodness | Problem of evil | Euthyphro dilemma | Moral arguments | Theistic ethics | Arbitrariness | Moral obligations | Moral rightness
Book
2011, ISBN 0199609578, xvi, 311
Rationality and Religious Commitment shows how religious commitment can be rational and describes the place of faith in the postmodern world. It portrays... 
Rationalism | Faith | Commitment (Psychology) | Religious aspects | Faith and reason | Religion & beliefs | Commitment (Psychology)-Religious aspects | Religion and ethics
Book
2011, Oxford moral theory., ISBN 0199844461, xii, 224
Are there things we should value because they are, quite simply, good? If so, such things might be said to have "absolute goodness." They would be good... 
Moore, G. E. 1873-1958 | Good and evil | Philosophy | moral philosophy | Moore, G. E | George Edward | 1873-1958 | Absolute Goodness | Impersonal Values | Value | G. E. Moore | Good | Practical Reasoning | Property
Book
2012, ISBN 9780230249752, cm.
A Frightening Love radically rethinks God and evil. It rejects theodicy and its impersonal conception of reason and morality. Faith survives evil through a... 
Religion & beliefs | Good and evil | Philosophy of Religion | Ethics | Moral Philosophy | Philosophy | Religion | Methodology | God
Book
2018, Studies in Christian doctrine and scripture, ISBN 0830848835, xii, 198 pages
God is good. "Taste and see that the Lord is good," the Psalmist writes (Ps 34:8). And to those who called him good, Jesus said, "No one is good--except God... 
Goodness | God (Christianity) | God | Bible. Criticism, interpretation, etc | Biblical teaching
Book
2011, ISBN 0199576734, xi, 337
Numerous critics of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam have argued that God, especially in the Hebrew Bible, is often portrayed as morally vicious. For example,... 
Attributes | God | Bible. Criticism, interpretation, etc | Philosophy of Religion | Hebrew Bible | Inspiration | Moral character of God | Isaac | Problem of evil | Amalek | Child sacrificeAbraham | Skeptical theism | Old Testament | Genocide | Morality | Revelation | Herem | Amalekites
Book
11/2014, Multivariate Applications Series, ISBN 9781848729728, 484
Item response theory (IRT) has moved beyond the confines of educational measurement into assessment domains such as personality, psychopathology, and... 
Differential item functioning | Patient Reported Outcome Measurement Information System | Test validity | Ramsay-curves | Mplus | Latent variable modeling | Inhibition | Explanatory item response models | Residual indices | Graded-response model | Measurement invariance | M2 index | Piecewise assessment of fit | Item characteristic curve | Exploratory data analyses | Generalized linear mixed models | Wald test | Bifactor model | Weibull | Growth | Testlet | Likelihood-based indices | Model comparisons | Second-order model | IRT | Polytomous IRT models | Nominal response model | Hawaiian High Schools | Testgraph | Bayesian inference | Nonparametric IRT models | Health outcome assessments | DETECT | Multidimensional IRT | Qualitative research | Limited information statistics | Item information | Response biases | Content validity | Two-parameter model | Assessment & Testing | Validity | Procrustean Transformations | Item banks | PDSQ | Confirmatory factor analysis | Bifactor | Multiple imputation | Two-tier models | Marginal model | Unipolar item response model | Test score linking | Item response theory | Stochastic approximation | Assumption testing | Person-fit | Multidimensional item response theory | Contingency table | Item information curve | Computerized adaptive tests | Responsiveness | Estimation | Nonparametric item response theory | Typical performance data | Medical Statistics | Verbal aggression | Missing data | Goodness-of-fit statistics | Category functioning | Likelihood ratio test | Latent variables | Marginal reliability | EM algorithm | Personality Tests & Assessments | Unidimensionality | Multidimensional | Mokken models | Item bias | Item factor analysis | Markov chain Monte Carlo | Davidian curves | Person scores | Multidimensional item response models | Local item dependency | Non-normal latent distribution | Two-tier | Factor analysis | Model selection | IRT assumptions | Patient reported outcomes | Log-logistic | Change | Fit | Test development | Testing, Measurement and Assessment | Local item dependence | Multidimensionality | Personality measurement | Bifactor item response theory | Conceptual framework | Person response curve | MIRT | Reliability
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Discrete Mathematics, ISSN 0012-365X, 10/2016, Volume 339, Issue 10, pp. 2481 - 2489
For graphs G and H, the Ramsey number R(G,H) is the smallest positive integer N such that any red/blue edge coloring of KN contains either a red G or a blue H.... 
Regularity Lemma | Ramsey goodness | Stability Lemma | Fan and book | Odd cycle | MATHEMATICS | LEMMA | GRAPHS | Integers | Stability | Neural networks | Mathematical analysis | Graphs | Joining | Graph theory | Regularity
Journal Article
2017, ISBN 0190692472, xi, 219 pages
.... Its first premise, defended in Book I of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics, is that the final agential good is the good human life... 
Ethics | Good and evil | Ancient Philosophy | Moral Philosophy | Protagoras | Criticism and interpretation | Goodness | Action | Ancient ethics | Desire | Guise of the Good | Motivation | Action theory | Conception of a good life | Good | Contemporary ethics
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