Validating identified objects

27-Nov-2019 07:16 by 8 Comments

Validating identified objects

Jorda, Ottomeyer, Rabl, Schigutt and Wieser contributed articles in dictionary of psychotherapy (Stumm & Pritz, 2000), the Austrian handbook psychodrama therapy (Fürst, Ottomeyer & Pruckner, 2004) and to encyclopaedia of psychotherapists (Stumm, Pritz, Voracek, Gumhalter, & Nemeskeri, 2005). Has clearly defined areas of enquiry, application, research, and practice.

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Internet-Drafts are working documents of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).

Kipper and Ritchie (2003) did the last quantitative meta analysis.

In press are qualitative analyses of case studies (Kipper), and a measurement tool for spontaneity (Kipper).

Treadwell, Lavertue, Kumar, and Veeraraghavan (2001) revised the Group Cohesion Scale and the Personal Attitude Scale-II (Kellar, Treadwell, Kumar, & Leach, 2002).

Sociometry is developed in the Social Network Inventory (Treadwell, Leach, & Stein, 1993).

The geographic coverage of the data is worldwide, but it is stressed that the dataset does not and cannot record all possible geodetic parameters in use around the world.

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