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  • Efficiency In The NFL

    related. To find out exactly how related they were I ran a correlation function. The result was very convincing at 0.695. The high correlation shows a strong relationship between winning games and yards leading to scores percentages. At 48.3%, the coefficient of determination explains for almost half of the win percentage. These results are very convincing and…

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  • Relationship Between Citizenship And Task Performance

    Company Value: Job Performance: Citizenship and Task Behavior Company value is highly correlated, with statistical significance, to citizenship behavior. This supports our hypothesis that states, “If employees feel connected, and apart, of their company’s culture they are more likely to be aligned with organizations mission and values.” Employees who feel connected to their organization often go above and beyond in their job tasks, and exceed goals set by their organization. These employees…

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  • Elementary School Data Analysis

    The target population that he authors wanted to study was children in Elementary School. The population from which the sample was taken represented the appropriate people because the authors studied children from fourth through sixth grade (elementary school). The average age of children who participated was 10 years, and 26% of them were from public schools, 26% from a public school, and 7% from a parochial school. The schools indicated that 60% of children were Black, 26% were White, and 14%…

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  • Academic Engagement Definition

    Discussion This longitudinal study assessed the extent to which academic achievement and engagement were predicted from the academic achievement and engagement of friends and network members. Concurrent Relations As expected, adolescent’s academic achievement was highly correlated with that of their friends and network members. This is consistent with findings from U.S. studies. Ryan (2001) found that students’ academic levels were similar to group’s academic levels with the correlations…

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  • Employee Engagement In The Workplace: A Case Study

    Introduction Employee engagement is a workplace tactic that brings about the ideal conditions for all associates of an organization to: excel each day, commit to their companies’ goals, and be driven to contribute to the organization’s success. Employee engagement can be measured and can vary from poor to great. Nurturing employee engagement in the workplace can also deepen communication between members of an organization and increase the overall productivity. The purpose of this study is to…

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  • Sociometer Theory Essay

    Friendships and Self-Esteem Correlate The feeling of connectedness has been shown in past research to positively correlate with a person’s self-esteem. Those who felt they belonged and had some sort of connection with others overall had better self-esteem, as well as a better mental state, such as lower symptoms of depression (Dang, 2014). The purpose of this study was to see if there is a positive correlation between self-esteem and social inclusion by measuring self-esteem and friendships.…

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  • BUILD Program Analysis Essay

    Analysis Section: In order to determine if prevention programs particularly the BUILD program, are successful in helping reduce youths at risk I conducted a research study. This study consisted of a one group post-test only design and quantitative data, the sample size consisted of 26 youth participant’s, 13 were male and 13 were female, all were African American, all were participants of the BUILD program, all attended Leland elementary, and there ages varied from 5-15 years old. To…

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  • The Benefits Of High School Football

    High School football is something that can’t be just described in just a couple of words. When you go to a High School football game in Texas you can see faithful supporters filling the stands which are waving their hands and homemade signs in support of their team. You hear the cheers and screams from the crowd. You can smell the hot dogs, burgers, pizza, pretzels, and popcorn from the concession stands. The marching band playing loud to match the noise and energy of the crowd. This memory…

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  • UWES Model

    Utrecht Work Engagement Scale (UWES) UWES was developed by Schaufeli and his colleagues (Schaufeli et al., 2002). Schaufeli was working in the occupational health psychology unit at Utrecht University. He argued that work engagement is the assumed opposite of burnout (Schaufeli et al., 2002). UWES is closely related to the Maslach burnout inventory (MBI) (C. Maslach, Jackson, & Leiter, 1996; Christina Maslach, Jackson, & Leiter, 1986). The Maslach-Burnout Inventory-General Survey (MBI-GS) was…

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  • Bullying Behavior Procedure

    Procedure The study will be submitted to Northern Illinois University’s Institutional Review Board for approval. Once approval is granted and a middle school has agreed to participate in the study, a letter will be sent home to parents explaining the study and that their consent is required for their child(ren) to participate. All students whose parents return the consent form will be discussed among school staff in order to make pairs. Teachers, social workers, and paraprofessionals will…

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