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Required Counseling Provided Within a Counselor Training Program: Its Effect on Self-Awareness and the Impact of Ethical Concerns on the Experience

Required Counseling Provided Within a Counselor Training Program: Its Effect on Self-Awareness and the Impact of Ethical Concerns on the Experience

Date: December 2003
Creator: Oden, Kathryn A.
Description: This study examined the experience of 140 students in a counselor training program that required students to participate in 10 sessions of individual counseling during their training program in order to increase their self-awareness. Students had the option of fulfilling the requirement through being counseled either by more advanced students within the training program or by mental health professionals outside the program. Results indicated that students in both settings reported a significant increase in their self-awareness. Students who fulfilled the requirement in a setting outside of the counseling program clinics reported a significantly higher increase in self-awareness than those who fulfilled the requirement within the counseling program clinics. Students' reports of increased self-awareness did not vary by their stages of progress through the program. Participants reported significant ethical concerns regarding confidentiality and dual relationships that reportedly reduced the beneficial impact of the counseling experience. Students who fulfilled the counseling requirement within the counseling program clinics experienced significantly greater ethical concerns than did those who fulfilled the requirement outside the program clinics. As with effect on self-awareness, stage in the program was not related to impact of ethical concerns on the required counseling experience. The overwhelming majority (91.4%) of participants supported ...
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Requirements for Business Degrees in Texas' Largest Colleges and Universities

Requirements for Business Degrees in Texas' Largest Colleges and Universities

Date: 1947
Creator: Shepard, Haggard G.
Description: In this study an effort is made to review comprehensively the requirements for business administration degrees in the larger colleges and universities in Texas. The development and adaptation of uniform requirements in any field of study are necessarily slow processes and subject to frequent revision. Especially is this true in the field of business education.
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Requirements for cell-free cyanide oxidation by Pseudomonas fluorescens NCIMB 11764

Requirements for cell-free cyanide oxidation by Pseudomonas fluorescens NCIMB 11764

Date: August 2000
Creator: Parab, Preeti
Description: The involvement of cyanide oxygenase in the metabolism of pyruvate and a-ketoglutarate-cyanohydrin was investigated and shown to occur indirectly by the consumption of free cyanide arising from the cyanohydrins via chemical dissociation. Thus, free cyanide remains the substrate, for which the enzyme displays a remarkably high affinity (Kmapp,4 mM). A model for cyanide utilization is therefore envisioned in which the substrate is initially detoxified by complexation to an appropriate ligand followed by enzymatic oxidation of cyanide arising at sublethal levels via chemical dissociation. Putative cyanide oxygenase in cell extracts consumed both oxygen and NADH in equimolar proportions during cyanide conversion to CO2 and NH3 and existed separately from an unknown heat-stable species responsible for the nonenzymatic cyanide-catalyzed consumption of oxygen. Evidence of cyanide inhibition and nonlinear kinetics between enzyme activity and protein concentration point to a complex mechanism of enzymatic substrate conversion.
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Requirements for Successful Ministerial Service in the South Carolina Annual Conference of the Methodist Church

Requirements for Successful Ministerial Service in the South Carolina Annual Conference of the Methodist Church

Date: June 1962
Creator: Floyd, William Anderson, 1928-
Description: The major problem of this study is to identify through the use of the Critical Incident Technique the main requirements for successful ministerial service in the South Carolina Annual Conference of the Methodist Church, insofar as these requirements can be determined through lay observations and judgments. The following sub-problems are closely related to the major problem: 1. What special demands are made upon the minister by special subgroups within the church--e.g., youth, women's groups--in regard to pastoral behavior? 2. How important are the roles assigned to the minister by the church itself--e.g., preacher, teacher, counselor, visitor, administrator, priest? 3. Do churches of varying sizes differ in their expectations of the Ministerial office--e.g., do large churches place greater emphasis upon preaching? 4. Does educational training and/or the salary of the minister correlate with the number of successful incidents reported by respondents?
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Research at JRC in support of EU Climate Change Policy Making

Research at JRC in support of EU Climate Change Policy Making

Date: 2008
Creator: Institute for Environment and Sustainability (European Commission. Joint Research Centre)
Description: The present (third edition) of “Research at the JRC in Support of EU Climate Change Policy Making” provides overview of the Joint Research Centre research activities in support of EU climate change policy making. This document also presents activities, coordinated within the JRC’s Climate Change Priority Area, that will contribute to a sound foundation of scientific information for future policy actions.
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Research Clusters: Visionary Collaborations Across Disciplines

Research Clusters: Visionary Collaborations Across Disciplines

Date: 2011
Creator: University of North Texas. Office of Research and Economic Development.
Description: This website contains information about the University of North Texas research clusters, which are collaborative, cross-disciplinary teams engaged in research and exchange of ideas and resources. It includes pages for the research and progress of each of the individual clusters.
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Research Consent Form: Focus Groups and End User Interviews

Research Consent Form: Focus Groups and End User Interviews

Date: May 31, 2005
Creator: Murray, Kathleen R.
Description: This document is a consent form for focus groups and end users for the Web-at-Risk project. This consent form describes the purpose of the study, the description of the study, the procedures used, and the risks and benefits to users.
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Research Consent Script for Telephone Interviews

Research Consent Script for Telephone Interviews

Date: May 31, 2005
Creator: Murray, Kathleen R.
Description: This document is a consent form for telephone interviews that are part of the Web-at-Risk project. This paper describes the purpose of the interview and what the Web-at-Risk project is, with a place for consent to be interviewed and a signature.
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Research Data Management in Policy and Practice: The DataRes Project

Research Data Management in Policy and Practice: The DataRes Project

Date: November 2013
Creator: Keralis, Spencer D. C.; Stark, Shannon; Halbert, Martin & Moen, William E.
Description: Paper for a Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) report on research data management. This paper reports on data management and the DataRes Project.
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Research Data Management Principles, Practices, and Prospects

Research Data Management Principles, Practices, and Prospects

Date: November 2013
Creator: Asher, Andrew; Deards, Kiyomi; Esteva, Maria; Halbert, Martin; Jahnke, Lori; Jordan, Chris et al.
Description: This report examines how research institutions are responding to data management requirements of the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and other federal agencies. It also considers what role, if any, academic libraries and the library and information science profession should have in supporting researchers’ data management needs. University of North Texas (UNT) Library Director Martin Halbert opens the report with an overview of the DataRes Project, a two-year investigation of data management practices conducted at UNT with colleagues Spencer D. C. Keralis, Shannon Stark, and William E. Moen. His introduction is followed by a series of papers that were presented at the DataRes Symposium that UNT organized in December 2012.
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