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Group cognitive complexity: A group-as-a-whole perspective
Work groups (or teams) are widely used in current organizations because modern tasks impose mental demands that are too large for one individual alone to successfully manage. Although the use of work groups has become ...
Placemaking Scenarios for Children in Refugee Camps: Cultivating Identity, Home and Belonging through Play (Applying Lessons Learned from Zaatari and Dheisheh Camps to Azraq Camp)
The Syrian conflict resulted in the displacement of around 9 million Syrians. 50% of the displaced population are children. The children of Syria are being referred to as the “lost generation”. Refugee children are exposed ...
Managing a Daughter's Eating Disorder: The Mothers' Experiences
Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses that often occur in female adolescents and, at times, require a caregiver to help manage care and treatment. Interviews, guided loosely by a list of pertinent questions, were ...
The Influence of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on Chinese and Korean Students' Math Achievement in PISA 2015
With the rapid growth of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), many researchers focus on exploring students’ ICT use and its effect on their achievement. However, the results are inconclusive that some of them ...