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Examining the Relationship between Emotional Intelligence, Employee Engagement, and Burnout: A Comparison of Administrative Officers, Criminal Investigators and Patrol Officers in Law Enforcement 

Stewart, Clarence (2021-04-28)
Law enforcement has evolved from ineffective watch groups to police agencies that incorporate advanced technology and problem-solving strategies (Herder, 2013; Johnson, 1981). However, for law enforcement officers to ...

Examining the Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence, Job Performance, Job Satisfaction, and Employee Engagement among Workforce Educators 

Washington, Katrina Taylor (2022-04-14)  ETD File Embargoed
Emotional Intelligence (EI), a multidimensional construct, is considered as the capacity to process emotional information accurately and effectively to include monitoring one’s own and others’ feelings and emotions. ...

Examining the Relationship Between Leadership Style and Job Satisfaction in a Contingent Fire Department Environment 

Bauer, William (2022-07-18)
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between Leadership Style and Job Satisfaction in a contingent fire department environment. This was a nonexperimental research study and it utilized a convenience ...

Examining the Relationship Between Prescribed Fire Management and Forest Aesthetics in Longleaf Pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) Forests 

Atasoy, Murat (2017-07-07)
The majority of the coastal plain from Virginia to Texas was predominantly covered by longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) stands. These forests were described as 'park like' forests with a clean, aesthetic, and picturesque ...

Examining the Relationship between Principal Leadership, Teacher Motivation, and the Classroom Environment 

Shepherd-Jones, Anna (2015-12-10)
One purpose of this study was to examine the different aspects of a school environment including leadership, motivation, and instruction. Specifically, the following relationships were investigated: (a) principal leadership ...

Examining the Relationship between Work Stress, Emotion Regulation, and Adult-Child Interactions among Family Child Care Providers 

Lorang, Lydia (2013-09-18)
This study examined work-family stress, emotion regulation, and how the combination of these variables affect the quality of adult-child interactions in a sample of family child care providers. I hypothesized that family ...

Examining the Relationships between Delay Discounting, Working Memory, and Fluid Intelligence 

Acuff, Roy, Jr. (2012-01-05)
Previous research has suggested a link between working memory, general fluid intelligence, and delay discounting by utilizing traditional behavioral measures. Because both working memory and general fluid intelligence rely ...

Examining the Relationships between Front Line Supervisors and Employees’ Emotional Intelligence, Engagement, and Job Satisfaction within the Manufacturing Industry 

Stewart, Sheena (2018-07-24)
ii Abstract The concept of emotional intelligence and the potential impact on an organization has sparked a concerted effort amongst researchers to examine and more clearly define the role of emotional intelligence in ...

Examining the Relationships Between Mandatory Career Courses, High-Impact Practices, and First-Destination Outcomes 

Buckley-Burnell, Addye (2021-11-29)
The rising cost of education and competition among universities has led to consumer demands for information pertaining to their return on investment. Universities have been encouraged to provide first-destination outcomes ...

Examining the Reliability and Validity of a Measure of Child Care Provider Motivation 

Ma, YanLing (2009-08-04)
The concept of motivation in the child care area has not been based in theory and no standard measure has been used to assess it. The limited work examining the influence of providers’ motivation on care giving quality has ...

Examining the Role of Personal Problems in Determining Income 

Greene, Sara (2015-05-04)
The goal of this dissertation is to both theoretically and empirically examine how various personal problems affect income. The analysis will specifically examine the effects of divorce, alcohol use, misuse of legal drugs, ...

Examining the Role of Personal, Social Exchange, and Contextual Fit Variables in Employee Work Outcomes under Continuous Change: A Field Investigation 

Mehta, Anju (2009-08-04)
Despite the consensus, that the ability of organizations to manage change is critical to their survival, organizations have seldom been able to change successfully. The knowledge that change can be difficult and disruptive ...

Examining the Role of U.S. Agricultural Policy on Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Filings and Active Cases 

Turrisi, Adrian (2022-05-01)
Farm bankruptcy enables eligible farmers the opportunity to reorganize debts while remaining operational. Providing safety nets for farmers is a long-standing U.S. agricultural policy that has recently reached historic ...

Examining the Testing Effect in an Introductory Psychology Course 

Howard, Christopher (2010-08-03)
This study examined the effects of repeated testing in an Introductory Psychology course. Student performance on items repeated from quizzes to exams (either unit, cumulative, or both) was compared to items that had not ...

Examining the Utility of the Dyadic Parent-Child Interaction Coding System, 3rd Edition (DPICS-III) in the Assessment of Anxious Parent-Child Interactions 

Travis, Jamie K. (2015-07-28)
Current conceptualizations of the etiology and maintenance of specific childhood disorders, including childhood disruptive behavior disorders and anxiety disorders, support the use of parental involvement in treatment. ...

Examining Trainee Treatment Session Fidelity: Impact on the Implementation of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) 

Travis, Jamie (2012-05-03)
Research supports the impact of empirically-based treatments (EBTs), such as Parent-child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), on producing positive treatment outcomes for clients. However, achieving outcomes in community settings ...

EXAMINING TWO DIMENSIONS OF TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION AND HOSPITAL PERFORMANCE 

Lee, Joonghee (2021-07-06)  ETD File Embargoed
This study examines the hospital performance implications of the different technology adoption behaviors in a hospital setting. Drawing on biodiversity concept in Ecology, this study includes two features (diversity and ...

Examining U.S. and Chinese Students' Purchase Intention for Luxury Brands 

Bian, Qin (2010-04-07)
Drawing on the conceptual theories of Functional Theories of Attitude, Cognitive-Affective Model of Buying and Theory of Reasoned Action, this study examines the effects of individual characteristics (i.e. need for uniqueness ...

Examining Well-Being Indicators of Adolescents in Military and Civilian Families: A Comparison Study 

Mahle, Charlsey (2012-05-04)
Using data from a statewide education project for adolescent youth (N=2,430), this study explored the well-being indicators of coping, depressive symptoms and self-esteem in military and civilian youth. While the majority ...

An example of movable approximations of a minimal set in a continuous flow 

Sindelarova, Petra (2006-05-15)
In the present dissertation the study of flows on n-manifolds in particular in dimension three, e.g., R^3, is motivated by the following question. Let A be a compact invariant set in a flow on X. Does every neighbourhood ...