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  1. Bryan H. Bunch (1982/1997). Mathematical Fallacies and Paradoxes. Dover Publications.score: 870.0
    Stimulating, thought-provoking analysis of a number of the most interesting intellectual inconsistencies in mathematics, physics and language. Delightful elucidations of methods for misunderstanding the real world of experiment (Aristotle’s Circle paradox), being led astray by algebra (De Morgan’s paradox) and other mind-benders. Some high school algebra and geometry is assumed; any other math needed is developed in text. Reprint of 1982 ed.
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  2. Melvin H. Marx & Marion E. Bunch (1951). New Gradients of Error Reinforcement in Multiple-Choice Human Learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology 41 (2):93.score: 280.0
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  3. E. H. Bunch (2001). Hidden and Emerging Drama in a Norwegian Critical Care Unit: Ethical Dilemmas in the Context of Ambiguity. Nursing Ethics 8 (1):57-68.score: 240.0
    The study presented in this article is based on field observations over one year on a critical care unit in Norway. Data were analysed according to Glaser’s grounded theory and generated a theory of hidden and emerging drama in the context of ambiguity while the nurses routinized the handling of complex technology. To the untrained eye the unit presented a picture of calm competence, while under the surface one finds hidden drama full of difficult interacting clinical and ethical problems. The (...)
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  4. Wilton H. Bunch (2005). Changing Moral Judgement in Divinity Students. Journal of Moral Education 34 (3):363-370.score: 240.0
    Gains in moral judgement, as measured by the Defining Issues Test (DIT), correlate strongly with advancing education. Curricula that are strongly biblically based may not promote, and students with a strong fundamentalist orientation may not demonstrate, such moral growth. Students at an interdenominational, but very conservative seminary, completed the DIT before and after ethics courses conducted in three different formats. Those students who spent 30 hours in small?group discussions of ethical dilemmas improved their moral reasoning scores, while those who had (...)
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  5. Margarethe Lorensen, Anne J. Davis, Emiko Konishi & Eli H. Bunch (2003). Ethical Issues After the Disclosure of a Terminal Illness: Danish and Norwegian Hospice Nurses' Reflections. Nursing Ethics 10 (2):175-185.score: 240.0
    This research explored the ethical issues that nurses reported in the process of elaboration and further disclosure after an initial diagnosis of a terminal illness had been given. One hundred and six hospice nurses in Norway and Denmark completed a questionnaire containing 45 items of forced-choice and open-ended questions. This questionnaire was tested and used in three countries prior to this study; for this research it was tested on Danish and Norwegian nurses. All respondents supported the ethics of ongoing disclosure (...)
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  6. W. H. Bunch (2005). Changing Moral Reasoning in Seminary Students. Journal of Moral Education 34:363-370.score: 240.0
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