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Kyung, Ellie J., Geeta Menon, and Yaacov Trope (2010), "Reconstruction of Things Past: Why Do Some Memories Feel So Close And Others So Far Away?" Journal of Experimental Social Psychology , 46 (1) . [PDF] (Dissertation paper 2) The vast majority of work in construal level theory focuses prospectively on the future. Through a series of studies controlling for knowledge about an event, we look retrospectively at the past and demonstrate that construal mindsets can materially influence how a past event is reconstructed in memory. Specifically, an event recalled in a more concrete mindset feels subjectively closer than when ...
Pharmaceutical Validation: The Research Process - Validation
validation refers to establishing documented evidence that a process or system, when operated within established parameters, can perform effectively and reproducibly to produce a medicinal product meeting its pre-determined specifications and quality attributes The following people reviewed the Standards during the developmental phase and provided feedback to the Consortium to validate and/or improve the content and organization of the final Standards. The Standards represent a framework for all of these organizations to work together to "Accelerate Entrepreneurship in America." We are indebted to all ... market research, surveys and trends
Conference Name Game Emphasizes Power of Brands - Sports Marketing 2.0
KANSAS CITY, Mo. For now, the Big Ten has 12 schools and the Big 12 has 10. The Pacific-10 is at 11 and about to become 12 after Utah was invited Wednesday. Whatever the conferences stand for anymore, it's not accuracy. And marketing experts say the names probably won't change - at least for now. It has to do with the value of a brand. Each conference has built an identity, some for decades, and experts say that's too valuable to just throw away. Besides, there are trademarks involved, so the Big Ten and Big 12 can't just switch names, even if they wanted to. And should the Big Ten ever go to 14 schools, ... market research, surveys and trends


Russell S. Winer, William Joyce Professor of Marketing and Deputy Dean, ... $1000000, and is 26 percent toward the goal of $3.9 million by. August 31, 2005. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
of a billion dollars being spent on newly endowed positions in the past four years. ... for literally 52 percent of all eligible endowed positions and over 70 percent of those ...... Stephen Mack Covey Professor of Marketing. Gary K. Rhoads ... William and Josephine Buchanan Professor of Management Colin C. Blaydon ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Age bias complaints surge in bad economy
After getting laid off from her job at a private school, Joyce Kalivas-Griffin was heartened to see virtually the same job open up at another school in her area. Kalivas-Griffin, 57, applied for the job, but heard nothing. Then the job was posted again, and she applied again, this time submitting a resume that she had edited to mask her age. The second time, she said she was called in for an interview, but eventually lost out to a younger candidate. Kalivas-Griffin doesn’t think that the other candidate was any less qualified, but she does think that her own age played a role in not getting the job. “I have to kind of be almost ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Movers & Shakers from the July 5, 2010 Issue
founder and director of the Zeytoonian Center for Dispute Resolution of Westborough and Wellesley Hills, has been appointed chairman of the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council’s Public Education Committee. In the new position, Zeytoonian is responsible for reorganizing the council’s former marketing committee with the goal of “making collaborative law a household word” by the end of the year. Zeytoonian has served on the organization’s board for six years, one as president, and has been on the marketing committee for three years. Fitchburg Access Television has appointed SHELLEY WOLFE as its new ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


RUSSELL S. WINER William Joyce Professor of Marketing Stern School ...
William Joyce Professor of Marketing. Stern School of Business, 40 W.4 th. Street. 811 Tisch Hall. New York University. New York, NY 10012 ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Tobacco Use Among U.S. Racial/Ethnic Minority Groups, African ...
The United States of America is a rich blend of cultures. This diversity demands close attention from the agencies and individuals responsible for protecting the public's health. For too long in tobacco control, attention to diversity has been less consistent than is necessary for planning and developing effective health programs. As a result, we sometimes lack sufficient information on which to base tobacco control interventions. With this report, we begin to address such problems and point the way to filling these gaps in knowledge. Tobacco use causes devastating disease and premature death in every ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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