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Family is the most influential factor on happiness in high school students

Family is the most influential factor on happiness in high school students

Our results show that more than 70% of students deem that character has impact on their happiness, and 10% of them deem that character is the most influential factor. It seems to students that happiness has a personality trait. For example, optimists live a positive life, their happy thresholds are low so that it is easy to satisfy and happy, and they maintain a positive mental outlook despite all the difficulties. But pessimists live a negative life, and their happy threshold values are relatively high, so it is not easy to be stimulated by outsides, they sink into de- pression and despair when they face various difficulties. These results are in good agreement with those obtained by Dinner and Xia Jun-Li. As Dinner [15] has pointed out that personality has stable and effective prediction for happiness, and Xia Jun-Li [1] has pointed out that personality is the valid predictive variables for happiness in high school students, and its effect on predictive for the emotional states is maximum.
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RETRACTED ARTICLE: Mutation pattern is an influential factor on functional mutation rates in cancer

RETRACTED ARTICLE: Mutation pattern is an influential factor on functional mutation rates in cancer

of somatic mutations, probably due to the integrity of nucleotide excision repair pathway consisting of global genome repair and TCR, which guarantees the efficient removal of mutation lesions [20]. Lastly, we found that recombination rates positively correlate with somatic mutation and SNP densities, which is in agreement with Lercher’s study [21] ⁠but contrasts with that obtained by Renjamin’s study [7]. In particular, recombination rates are a major influential factor on the SNP density, which is mostly attributed to mutagenesis of recombination rate and faulty repair of the double-strand breaks that initiate recombination [21]. Consistent with mutation pattern in cancers, we found that repressive histone marks, promoter and replication time contribute most to the CSM models, features like recombination rate Fig. 4 The impact of CSM and SNP scores on the distribution of deleterious coding variants and functional non-coding variants. a average CSM scores correlate negatively with densities of deleterious coding variants predicted by SIFT and Mutation Assessor on a 200 Mb scale; b average SNP scores correlate negatively with densities of deleterious coding variants predicted by SIFT and Mutation Assessor on a 200 Mb scale; c The distribu- tion of FunSeq 2 and GWAVA scores for non-coding variants with regards to CSM scores; d The distribution of FunSeq 2 and GWAVA scores for non-coding variants with regards to SNP scores
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The Influential Factor Analysis of Classification Partition  Management Mode on the Emergency Triage

The Influential Factor Analysis of Classification Partition Management Mode on the Emergency Triage

The current research adds the possible influential factor for the triage success rate in the process of classification partition management, which is rarely referred before. We concluded as follow: for the patients who came to doctor in the day- time and working days, the higher education de- gree and compliance they had, the faster the emergency check and examination back shows came out, the more comprehensive the body ex- amination and disease history taking were done, the simpler the disease condition was, the higher triage success rate they received. The emergency check and examination back-show time, the com- prehensive degree of body examination and dis- ease history taking and the complexity degree of disease could be the independent risk factors for triage success.
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The Influential Factor of Financial Products in Social Network Environment

The Influential Factor of Financial Products in Social Network Environment

Any financing and investment decision has risks. No matter what investment tools and forms, risks and benefits coexist. Internet financial products are in essence monetary fund or short-term financing funds. Although some products have low risks, they still have the probability of loss. As the transaction process is uncertain and the results are difficult to expect, consumers are very cautious in purchasing financial products online. They usually consider the adverse consequences or even losses caused by decision errors, which is the user perceived risks [27]. Luarn (2005) found that when consumers perceive that there are risks to their personal assets and privacy, their intention of purchasing Internet financial products will decrease [28]. Bill Doolin (2005) pointed out that risk is the major factor influencing users’ final behavior intentions and has significant negative impacts on behavior intention [29]. For Internet finance, consumers face both investment risks (including the credit risk of fund companies and funding liquidity risks) and financial risks (including account hacking and misoperation). Meanwhile, Internet financial products face various network and information technology issues, which causes security risks. Therefore, as an Internet financial product, the higher the risks it faces in different grades, the lower the consumers’ investment and purchase intention is. Therefore, we proposed that:
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Influential Factor in Improving the Seismic Performance of the Kaiser Bolted Bracket Moment Connection

Influential Factor in Improving the Seismic Performance of the Kaiser Bolted Bracket Moment Connection

In order to evaluate the accuracy of FE models for both W2.1 and B2.1 series of Kaiser bolted bracket moment connections, the numerical results are compared with experimental r[r]

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Tail asymptotics of randomly weighted large risks

Tail asymptotics of randomly weighted large risks

always present. In other words, as has been observed in the existing literature, the largest value is the most influential factor in risk aggregation. Our proofs are extremely sensitive to the tail behaviour of the individual risks. Therefore, a characterization of the tail distribution of a random variable is necessary, which is a classical result of the Extreme Value Theory. A distribution function (df) F is said to belong to the Maximum Domain of Attraction (MDA) of a non-degenerate df G, written as F ∈ MDA(G), if there are some a n > 0 and b n ∈ R for n ∈ N such that for any
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Destination Image, Perceived Value And Satisfaction For Heritage Tourist’s Revisit Intention To Melaka

Destination Image, Perceived Value And Satisfaction For Heritage Tourist’s Revisit Intention To Melaka

Tourism industry has experienced continue growth throughout the decade and it contribute to the economy development for the country. On the other hands, tourism industry also grow continuously in Melaka whereby the number of tourist is increase from year to year. With the increasing number of tourist visit to Malacca, it is essential to develop a research about the factor that influence tourist’s satisfaction for their revisit intention to Malacca. This is because local government and tourism marketers able to improve their management system and the source of factors through understanding about the factor that affect satisfaction of the tourist. The purpose of this research are to determine the relationship among destination image, perceived value, satisfaction of heritage tourist and their revisit intention at Melaka. Hence, factors that used in this research include destination image and perceived value. A series of questionnaire have distributed at the A'Famosa (Porta De Santiago), Christ Church and Jonker Walk to collect the respondents answer. Reliability test, validity test, descriptive analysis, Pearson Correlation and Multiple Regression are employed for data analysis. The result from this research proved that there are relationship among destination image, perceived value, satisfaction of heritage tourist and their revisit intention at Melaka. Moreover, the result also indicated perceived value is the influential factor in determine heritage tourist’s satisfaction.
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Impact of Undergraduate Research “Special Study Module (SSM)” on Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical Students and Alumni

Impact of Undergraduate Research “Special Study Module (SSM)” on Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical Students and Alumni

In summary, majority of the respondents had a pleasant and enriching experience in SSM. We can generally conclude that undergraduate SSM research module had positive impact in terms of level of interest in scholarly activities of which mentor or supervisor guidance and personal interest were the most influential factor. SSM had also impacted the confidence level in conducting research whereby the most confident skill was the ability to function within the group. More “in-depth analysis” or qualitative methods are recommended to have more unfavourable results in addition to manuscript writing.
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Diversification and expansion in large diversified New Zealand companies : a thesis presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Geography at Massey University

Diversification and expansion in large diversified New Zealand companies : a thesis presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Geography at Massey University

However, the case studies indicate that diversification has been an influential factor in the spatial expansion of the eight companies and suggest an important relationship between corpo[r]

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Survey of adherence to time standards to prevent food and drug interaction in the hospitalized patients

Survey of adherence to time standards to prevent food and drug interaction in the hospitalized patients

Cheraghi et al. also reported that the most influential factor in medication errors was the nurses' insufficient medical information [16]. Considering the above-mentioned studies and [r]

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Examination of the Relationship between Coach Athlete Communication Levels and Perceived Motivational Climate for Volleyball Players

Examination of the Relationship between Coach Athlete Communication Levels and Perceived Motivational Climate for Volleyball Players

This study aimed to examine the relationship between coach-athlete communication and perceived motivational climate and found a correlation between coach-athlete communication and motivational climate variable sets (Table 2). Analysis of the canonical correlation show that the dimension of commitment of the Coach-Athlete Relationship Questionnaire and the dimension of mastery orientation of the Perceived Motivational Climate in Sport Scale made the greatest contributions to the first canonical function (Tables 4 and 5). These findings indicate that the coach-athlete relationship is related to the motivational climate created, and that the most influential factor in this relationship can be explained by commitment between the coach and athlete and the perception of a mastery-oriented motivational climate.
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VOLUME – VI (2016), ISSUE – VI (JUNE)

VOLUME – VI (2016), ISSUE – VI (JUNE)

should be taken by the Indian retailers to maintain it properly. Mr. Nilesh Vitthal Limbore and Mr. Ajit Ashokrao Chandgude, (2014) analysed the importance of supply chain management in organized retailing This paper concludes by providing different suggestions such as flow of material should be continuous, increase efficiency and effectiveness of services in retail etc. George Maina Mbuthia, Gladys Rotich, (2014) explored the impact of SCM practices on competitive advantage and also focused on casual relationship between SCM practices. Nakumatt market holding retail industry has been used to collect the data. The study reveals that customer relationship in that market was good and reveals the business information was reliable. Dennis Omondi, Gregory Namusonge, (2015) assessed the effect of supply chain leadership on performance of retail institutions. This study was based on nakumatt holdings limited a leading outlet in Kenya the variables used here are response rate, employees perception on buying process, retail outlet performance etc. It concludes that retailers must closely manage the total cost of procurement and keep transportation expenses in check without affecting product availability. Albana Berisha Qehja, Justina Shiroka Pula, (2015) discussed on factors that influence store selection for supply chain with fast moving consumer goods. It also highlights the factors that consumers consider in order to improve the performance of the business. It concludes that rich offering of the stores is important and very influential factor in customers to select and decide to purchase. Anika Berning, Chanel Ventor, (2015) studies sustainable supply chain engagement in a retail environment. It concludes that retailer only focused on environmental aspect of sustainability. Researchers can determine whether small organizations are more inclined to build strong and healthy stakeholder rela- tionship with large retailers. Jeszka, (2015) studied the supply chain collaboration and cost saving as a result of returns handling programmes in retail corporations. The integration of IT systems with suppliers and customers also influences the cost saving. It concludes by contributing the growing trend of research into reverse logistics and emphasizes the role of retailers and cooperation in the supply chain. Alberta Ha, Weixin Shang, Yunjie Wang, (2016) studied manufacturer rebate competition in a supply chain with a common retailer. A model is developed with two competing manufacturers selling substitutable products through a common retailer. Many of the models are used to calculate the rebate and identify rebate decisions.
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Bromide Occurrence in North Carolina and the Relationship between Bromide Concentration and Trihalomethane Formation.

Bromide Occurrence in North Carolina and the Relationship between Bromide Concentration and Trihalomethane Formation.

Aside from the suspected trend of increasing bromide concentrations with increasing proximity to the coast, bromide concentrations are consistently elevated in drinking water sources in the Cape Fear, Roanoke and Catawba River Basins. The Cape Fear and Catawba River Basins are the most developed watersheds in the state. Anthropogenic discharges are suspected to be the source of these elevated bromide levels. The effluent from the air pollution control equipment at the coal-fired power plant on the Dan River (Roanoke River Basin) is a known bromide source. Sources of bromide in the Cape Fear River are discussed in Chapter 5. Impurities in the chemicals used in the water treatment process, such as coagulants, coagulant aids or caustic, could be a source of bromide since the bromide concentrations in the settled water often exceed the raw water concentration in many NC WTPs. When the data from all of the surveyed WTPs in NC are considered together, bromide concentration is a significant predictor of TTHM concentration, but it has less influence than temperature, chlorine dose, DOM concentration, pH and T10. Bromide concentration was the most influential factor in the formation of the brominated THM species and is also significant (p < 0.05). The results from this study show that generally brominated THM species become dominant when bromide the concentration exceeds 100 g/L. Due to differing cancer risks associated with oral ingestion of each of the THM
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Design and implementation of a prototype 
		for monitoring and technical assistance in remote VSAT stations

Design and implementation of a prototype for monitoring and technical assistance in remote VSAT stations

The field of action of the company Interedes are departments that are characterized by areas with difficult access by geographical conditions and public order such as Amazonas, Vaupés, Putumayo, Arauca and Sumapaz; Transmitting technologies such as radio links, to these areas is unlikely and highly costly. The satellite link becomes the best option and ultimately the most used; Although its implementation is somewhat expensive, VSAT stations have made the economic factor not an influential factor; Is ideal for breaking the limitations of distance and hostile geography; is very susceptible to falls of the link between the station and satellite due to climatic aspects, overheating of the satellite modem and even by a low quality of the electrical service that supports the system; The best solution for the most frequent and stated problems is to make a reset to the satellite modem, suspend the electric fluid and after a few minutes reestablish the fluid, this restart cools the equipment, allows to establish a new connection to the satellite on a channel less Deteriorated, channel that would have better characteristics like better capacity of reception and transmission. When evidencing from the monitoring center the many occasions in which the technicians on site of the company have to leave their work and go to execute this restart, a prototype is implemented, which allows to automate this process, allowing short technical assistance times And greater time in the availability of the service, thus causing a positive impact on the customers. The prototype is focused on VSAT stations, but can be applied to different communication nodes and extends to preventive restarts on the second equipment according to the network topology, after the satellite modem, to correct locks on this device or blocking in the Ethernet ports on the same or on the satellite modem ports; The characteristics of the prototype are extended by providing temperature and humidity monitoring at three different points of the node or station and its average is printed on one of the three web pages with which the prototype counts.
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<p>Understanding factors that contribute to the disposal of unused opioid medication</p>

<p>Understanding factors that contribute to the disposal of unused opioid medication</p>

Patients in this study who disposed of unused opioids were more likely to do so as part of a routine practice of disposing of all excess medication, an awareness of the risks posed by unused opioids, or with instruction from a trusted health care provider. Very few patients received a reminder to dispose of medication; however, it was observed that reminders were ranked as one of the least influential factors in deciding to dispose of unused opioids. Those who kept their unused medication indicated that the most influential factor in their decision was a desire to have an opioid readily available should they require for future pain management therapy; the least influential factors were for recreational use or opioid addiction, and the stigma associated with disposing of unused prescription opioids via take-back programs or disposal kiosks. Additionally, a correlation between opioid dosage form and disposal was observed. Patients who were prescribed only an IR/SA were twice as likely to keep their unused medication compared to those who were prescribed only an ER/LA opioid. As the majority of patients in this study reported suffering from both acute and chronic pain, these data may be reflective of a desire for patients with dif- ficult to manage or unpredictable pain syndromes to have medication on-hand for acute self-management of symptoms.
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The Determinants Of Green Purchase Intention Of Green Vehicle

The Determinants Of Green Purchase Intention Of Green Vehicle

Nowadays green technology is very common in many firms. Green vehicle is one of the green technologies that use to reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. In the research discuss about the determinants of green purchase intention of green vehicle in Malacca, Malaysia. The aim of the research is to increase the understanding of green purchase intention of green vehicle. Green purchase intention which means the consumers is more concerning to the product that impact to the environmental, if pollution is happen the consumer may not buy the product. Further, 200 respondents was selected to answer the questionnaire. Pilot test, descriptive analysis and inferential analysis that including Reliability Analysis, Multiple Regression Analysis, Correlate Analysis, Independent Sample T-Test, and One-Way ANOVA had been discussed in chapter 4 in order to analysis the data collection. The result of the analysis show that among all the factors subjective norm, environmental awareness, collectivism and social influence have significant affect on green purchase intention of green vehicle. However, only perceived behavioral control is no significant relationship with green purchase intention of green vehicle. Furthermore, the result also shows that social influence was the most influential factor that affect on green purchase intention of green vehicle.
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Time trends in breast cancer survival: experience in a single centre, 1975-89

Time trends in breast cancer survival: experience in a single centre, 1975-89

Although stage migration too could be suggested as being an influential factor, the number of post-menopausal patients diagnosed as having an inoperable cancer increased in an approximat[r]

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Self-compassion, pain, and breaking a social contract

Self-compassion, pain, and breaking a social contract

It seems unlikely that the consistent effect of self-compassion is an artifact of a general response bias because there was systematic marked variation in the pattern of responses to the different vignettes. Vignettes in which pain was depicted as the cause of social interruption and negative social consequences were associated with higher levels of sadness, anxiety and anger, a higher reported likelihood of rumination, catastrophizing and behavioral avoidance but a lower reported likelihood of problem solving. Several factors may have contributed to the responses to pain-relevant events. The degree of perceived threat associated with pain might have been higher than that occurring for non-pain relevant events. Second, the literature suggests the incorporation of self-with-pain into one s identity is associated with significant internalized stigma and shame [7; 60; 66]. Vignettes which depicted a work scenario were associated with greater ratings of emotion and likelihood of rumination, catastrophizing, avoidance and distraction but less likelihood of engaging in problem solving. The variation between social settings is consistent with findings that social context is an influential factor regarding the degree of distress experienced, as well as the likelihood of maladaptive coping strategies, in response to negative events in a chronic pain population [7; 26; 60; 66]. Failure in an occupational context may have greater significance since it poses a public threat to social identity, as well as financial security [14; 25]. Hughes and Huby [28, p.384] note there is potential for the vignettes not to match the participants real world experience We
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INFLUENCE OF QUAY CONTAINER CRANE PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF RUBBER TIRED GANTRY CRANE ON PRODUCTIVITY OF STEVEDORING COMPANY IN JAKARTA-INDONESIA

INFLUENCE OF QUAY CONTAINER CRANE PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF RUBBER TIRED GANTRY CRANE ON PRODUCTIVITY OF STEVEDORING COMPANY IN JAKARTA-INDONESIA

2. In this case the implementation of rubber tire gantry cranes at PT. Jakarta International Container Terminal is a very influential factor in container loading and unloading productivity due to regular preventive maintenance (PM) in order to increase equipment readiness, but in this case the company should add a rubber tyred gantry crane to the stacking yard in order to speed up the service process activities in the container stacking field.

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Developing a perceptual appropriate framework for Iranian teacher’s dispatch to schools abroad

Developing a perceptual appropriate framework for Iranian teacher’s dispatch to schools abroad

As Berford (2009) claim, it's necessary to use of a selecting model for doing the right activity for student's education in abroad. Substantial appropriation in this matter is on the authorities’ education system which included in the obligations of ministry of education and nurture in abroad. The result of this appropriation is useful in such a way that the actual enforcers of education and nurture select in the right manner. Therefore, 13 influential factor is included in the deployment model of teachers in accordance with the last method of letter of the teacher's deployment in abroad which are: having a warrant formal employment of education and mature ministry, having the minimum of 12 year and maximum 26 year of years of service, success in one step internal test, success in the oral interview in the form of single stage and semi structured, the ability of doing the work with computer and maximum using of the world wide web, enough acquaintance with one foreign language( rather English or Arabic), having the full mentally health with the confirmation of trusted doctor in education and nurture institution ، being married, having enough competency of selection and protection, not having more than three children under pretentious and not having any children under three years in the time of dispatch and during the mission, Not having a fix mission more than 6 month in abroad, Passing courses in service after acceptance and having full mentality with the confirmation of trusted doctor in education and nurture institution, are listed and one code is allocated for every one of them.(Mohammad poor, Firooze & Hosein poor, 2015).
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