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Jonathan Wai12
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David Lubinski44
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Camilla Persson Benbow54
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Two studies examined the relationship between precollegiate advanced/enriched educational experiences and adult accomplishments in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). In Study 1, 1,467 13-year-olds were identified as mathematically talented on the basis of scores 500 (top 0.5%) on the math section of the Scholastic Assessment Test; subsequently, their developmental trajectories were studied over 25 years. Particular attention was paid to high-level STEM...
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Karl R. Haapala13
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Fu Zhao18
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Jaime A. Camelio16
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Karl R. Haapala 1 School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering, Oregon State University, 204 Rogers Hall, Corvallis, OR 97331 e-mail: Karl.Haapala@oregonstate.edu Fu Zhao School of Mechanical Engineering, Division of Environmental and Ecological Engineering, Purdue University, 585 Purdue Mall, West Lafayette, IN 47907 e-mail: fzhao@purdue.edu Jaime Camelio Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Uni...
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José M. Merigó39
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Alicia Mas-Tur8
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Norat Roig-Tierno8
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The Journal of Business Research is a leading international journal in business research dating back to 1973. This study analyzes all the publications in the journal since its creation by using a bibliometric approach. The objective is to provide a complete overview of the main factors that affect the journal. This analysis includes key issues such as the publication and citation structure of the journal, the most cited articles, and the le...
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Aditya Johri14
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Barbara M. Olds3
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Contributors Indigo Esmonde, University of Toronto; Krishna Madhavan, Purdue University; Wolff-Michael Roth, University of Victoria; Dan L. Schwartz and Jessica Tsang, Stanford University; Estrid Sorensen, Humboldt University and Aarhus University; Iris Tabak, Ben Gurion University of the Negev Background The field of engineering education research has seen substantial growth in the last five years but it often lacks theoretical and empirical work on engineering learning tha...
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The number of Brazilian scientific publications in the field of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Sciences in international indexing journals, different from other areas of Medicine, has remained largely stable over the past eight years. This situation does not reflect the significant increase in the number of senior researchers and the number of studies carried out in the several fields of activity that constitute our medical specialty. We currently observe the developme...
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Phillip C. Wankat26
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Bill Williams4
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Pedro Neto3
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The authors, citations and content of European Journal of Engineering Education (EJEE) and Journal of Engineering Education (JEE) in 1973 (JEE, 1975 EJEE), 1983, 1993, 2003, and available 2013 issues were analysed. Both journals transitioned from house organs to become engineering education research (EER) journals, although JEE transitioned first. In this process the number of citations rose, particularly of education and psychology sources...
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Anssi Paasi27
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Geographers have been arguing recently that the idea of what is 'international' in this field has been occupied by the hegemonic discourses of Anglo-American geography and journals. This paper takes this lively debate as an indicator of the global challenges facing higher education and research and provides an analysis of the changing conditions of knowledge production, characterised by internationalisation and competition. Knowledge production is governed to an increasing d...
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This paper offers a conceptual framework for establishing a science of transdisciplinary action research. Lewin's (1951) concept of action research highlights the scientific and societal value of translating psychological research into community problem-solving strategies. Implicit in Lewin's formulation is the importance of achieving effective collaboration among behavioral researchers, community members and policy makers. The present analysis builds on Lewin'...
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Larry L. Leslie17
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Je Gregory T. McClure1
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Ronald L. Oaxaca25
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A Life Sequence Analysis At the outset we should emphasize that this article is organized in a somewhat atypical fashion; that is, we have merged the existing literature on this topic with our own original results, rather than having composed separate literature review and findings sections. This unusual organization reflects the explicit purposes of our study: (1) to synthesize what others have learned about this important topic and then (2) to test those themes by analyzing two national data s...
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Pamela R. Aschbacher7
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Erika Li3
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Ellen Roth2
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This study follows an ethnically and economically diverse sample of 33 high school students to explore why some who were once very interested in science, engineering, or medicine (SEM) majors or careers decided to leave the pipeline in high school while others persisted. Through longitudinal interviews and surveys, students shared narratives about their developing science identities, SEM participation and aspirations. In analysis, three groups emerged (High Achieving Persist...
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