Convergent validity

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  • Hawaii Volcano Formation

    Subject of study: The subject of study is the formation of the Hawaiian archipelago. The island chain is comprised of a string of volcanic islands, seamounts of igneous rock of which the largest, Hawaii, reaches from its base on the ocean floor to rise above the ocean to rival the height of the tallest mountain, Mt. Everest. The smaller and extinct volcanos of the Hawaiian chain are located at successively greater distances from the currently active volcano and younger, Kilauea on the largest…

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  • Boomerang Effect Analysis

    Introduction This essay looks at the “Boomerang Effect Of Low Price Discounts” and how low price discounts affect purchase propensity. This essay further looks into the rationale of the journal article by Fengyan Cai, Rajesh Bagchi and Dinesh K. Gauri on the purpose of the article and what interest this may have for the readers from the author's view as the article questions consumers mindset on purchasing characteristics and habits. The essays continues to look at what the authors main points…

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  • Importance Of Brand Equity

    Brand equity is “the marketing and financial values linked with a brand’s strength in the market, including actual proprietary brand assets, brand name awareness, brand loyalty, perceived brand quality, and brand associations” (Pride & Ferrell, 2003, p. 299). Brand equity can also be defined as “A set of assets and liabilities linked to a brand, its name and symbol that adds to or subtracts from the value provided by a product or service to a firm and/or to that firm‟s customers.” – David Aaker…

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  • What Factors Lead To Brand Loyalty?

    Poor customer service or brand image) Opportunity – presence of a situation where performance can be improved by undertaking new initiatives (Eg. Arnotts – demand for healthier food) Symptom – mere evidence that a problem exists (Eg. Loss of market share, drop in sales) Role of the researcher – once a problem or opportunity has been senses, the researcher comes into the picture First responsibility is to work with the managers to clearly articulate the management problem whose symptoms have…

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  • Family Stress Theory

    Everyone in the world experiences stress from time to time in their life. Stress is a strain on the brain and or the body that results from a demanding circumstances or situation. Stress can range from short-term, long-term, or recurring (National Institute of Mental Health, year?). People who experience stress tend to be agitated easily, have a difficult time relaxing, and have headaches, stomach aches, insomnia, and many other symptoms. If ones stress is long-term, the effect of having these…

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  • Individual-Based Therapy Case Studies

    Chloe is a seventeen-year-old high school female student. She has long blonde hair that she prefers to hang it over her face, this makes it had to understand and identify facial expression easily. Her mum did clarify that she has been living with her biological parent since she was young, and she spends portion of the holiday time with her aunt. Her favorite dressing mode is wearing a pink or white t-shirt and jeans. Her mum clarified that whenever she is depressed her voice varies. Currently,…

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  • Case Study: A Framework For Project Success

    Annotated Bibliography Allen, M., Alleyne, D., Farmer, C., McRae, A., & Turner, C. (2014). A framework for project success. Journal of Information Technology & Economic Development, 5(2), 1-17. Retrieved from http://gsmi-jited.com/default.aspx The purpose of this study was to investigate aspects that promote project success opposed to just looking factors that promote project failure. There were six participants from two businesses in the study. The data collection was primarily gathered…

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  • Trice Academic Locus Of Control Scale

    control whereas scores above 14 fall under the range of external locus of control. The scale rates highly in terms of internal consistency. Test-retest reliability also returns favorable values (alpha =.74, r=.92). There was also favorable concurrent validity with regards to other scales. Self-Efficacy…

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  • Theories Of Interpersonal Intelligence

    logical-mathematical intelligences are most often associated with academic accomplishment. The former is also important for providing explanations and descriptions. Gardner (1999) describes a poet as a person who is endowed with a high level of linguistic ability. Convergent aspects of LI assessed by standard intelligence tests include vocabulary and reading comprehension. Of activities which require both LI and logical intelligence and different thinking styles include storytelling, persuasive…

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