Results for 'Dagmara Jaszewska'

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    Świat jako kolekcja. Estetyczność jako metafizyka nowoczesności (Beata Frydryczak Świat jako kolekcja. Próba analizy estetycznej natury nowoczesności).Dagmara Jaszewska - 2003 - Estetyka I Krytyka 4 (4):155-160.
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  2. Wokół książki Nuda w kulturze.Dagmara Meszka I. Robert Zielnicki - 2000 - Sztuka I Filozofia 18.
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    What Motivates Successful Marathon Runners? The Role of Sex, Age, Education, and Training Experience in Polish Runners.Zbigniew Waśkiewicz, Pantelis T. Nikolaidis, Dagmara Gerasimuk, Zbigniew Borysiuk, Thomas Rosemann & Beat Knechtle - 2019 - Frontiers in Psychology 10.
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  4. Bodies and Screens, or the Signs of Reification.Dagmara Rode - 2003 - Art Inquiry. Recherches Sur les Arts 5:201-210.
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  5. Behaviour Modelling and Safety at Work on a Construction Site.Dagmara Samołyk - 2019 - Studia Humana 8 (4):34-42.
    The concept of the method based on the behavioural approach as the method minimizing hazardous behaviours of employees has been discussed in this article. The main focus has been laid upon one of the largest economic sectors, i.e. is the construction industry. Thereby, risks arising from an improper behaviour of construction workers, and also a factor contributing to it, have been described here. The influence of employee’s age and day time have been analysed in terms of accident rates. The attention (...)
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  6. How Do Scientists Define Openness? Exploring the Relationship Between Open Science Policies and Research Practice.John Dupré, David Castle, Dagmara Weckowska, Sabina Leonelli & Nadine Levin - 2016 - Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society 36 (2):128-141.
    This article documents how biomedical researchers in the United Kingdom understand and enact the idea of “openness.” This is of particular interest to researchers and science policy worldwide in view of the recent adoption of pioneering policies on Open Science and Open Access by the U.K. government—policies whose impact on and implications for research practice are in need of urgent evaluation, so as to decide on their eventual implementation elsewhere. This study is based on 22 in-depth interviews with U.K. researchers (...)
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    The Presentation of Eating Disorders in Saudi Arabia.Aisha Jawed, Amy Harrison & Dagmara Dimitriou - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    Objective: There is lack of information on the presentation of eating disorders in Saudi Arabia using gold standard clinical tools. The present study aimed to provide data on the presentation of EDs in Saudi Arabia using clinically validated measures.Method: Hundred and thirty-three individuals with a mean age of 22 years completed three measures: the Eating Disorder Examination, a semi-structured interview, the Eating Disorder Examination Questionnaire, a self-report measure, and the Depression Anxiety and Stress Scale to measure comorbid symptoms.Results: Individuals in (...)
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    Architecture as Change-Agent? Looking for Innovation in Contemporary Forensic Psychiatric Hospital Design.Rebecca Mclaughlan, Codey Lyon & Dagmara Jaskolska - forthcoming - Medical Humanities:medhum-2020-011887.
    History suggests that departures from accepted design practice can contribute to positive change in the delivery of mental healthcare, the daily experience of hospitalised patients and public perceptions of mental illness. Yet the question of how architecture can support the therapeutic journey of patients remains a critical one. The availability of evidence-based design literature to guide architects cannot keep pace with growing global demand for new forensic psychiatric hospital facilities. This article reports a global survey of current design practice to (...)
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