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See detailThe emergent curriculum: Navigating a complex course between unguided learning and planned enculturation
Osberg, D.C.; Biesta, Gert UL

in Journal of Curriculum Studies (2008), 40(3), 313-328

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See detailReurbanisierung: Urbaner Diskurs, Deutungskonkurrenzen, konzeptionelle Konfusion.
Hesse, Markus UL

in Raumforschung und Raumordnung (2008), 66(5), 415-428

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See detailWillingness to support the elderly: The view of adult children and the elderly
Ries, Thierry UL; Ferring, Dieter UL

in International Journal of Psychology (2008), 43

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See detailExchange rates and macroeconomic dynamics
Terraza, Virginie UL; Karadeloglou, Pavlos

Book published by Palgrave (2008)

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See detailSuspensions of rod-like colloids and a depleting agent under confinement
Jungblut, S.; Binder, K.; Schilling, Tanja UL

in Journal of Physics : Condensed Matter (2008), 20(40),

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See detailAnomalous harmonics in the spectra of GPS position estimates
Ray, R.; Altamimi, Z.; Collilieux, X. et al

in GPS Solutions (2008), 12(1), 55-64

Prior studies of the power spectra of GPS position time series have found pervasive seasonal signals against a power-law background of flicker noise plus white noise. Dong et al. (2002) estimated that ... [more ▼]

Prior studies of the power spectra of GPS position time series have found pervasive seasonal signals against a power-law background of flicker noise plus white noise. Dong et al. (2002) estimated that less than half the observed GPS seasonal power can be explained by redistributions of geophysical fluid mass loads. Much of the residual variation is probably caused by unidentified GPS technique errors and analysis artifacts. Among possible mechanisms, Penna and Stewart (2003) have shown how unmodeled analysis errors at tidal frequencies (near 12- and 24-hour periods) can be aliased to longer periods very efficiently. Signals near fortnightly, semiannual, and annual periods are expected to be most seriously affected. We have examined spectra for the 167 sites of the International GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite Systems) Service (IGS) network having more than 200 weekly measurements during 1996.0–2006.0. The non-linear residuals of the weekly IGS solutions that were included in ITRF2005, the latest version of the International Terrestrial Reference Frame(ITRF), have been used. To improve the detection of common-mode signals, the normalized spectra of all sites have been stacked, then boxcar smoothed for each local north (N), east (E), and height (H) component. The stacked, smoothed spectra are very similar for all three components. Peaks are evident at harmonics of about 1 cycle per year (cpy) up to at least 6 cpy, but the peaks are not all at strictly 1.0 cpy intervals. Based on the 6th harmonic of the N spectrum, which is among the sharpest and largest, and assuming a linear overtone model, then a common fundamental of 1.040 ± 0.008 cpy can explain all peaks well, together with the expected annual and semiannual signals. A flicker noise power-law continuum describes the background spectrum down to periods of a few months, after which the residuals become whiter. Similar sub-seasonal tones are not apparent in the residuals of available satellite laser ranging (SLR) and very long baseline interferometry (VLBI) sites, which are both an order of magnitude less numerous and dominated by white noise. There is weak evidence for a few isolated peaks near 1 cpy harmonics in the spectra of geophysical loadings, but these are much noisier than for GPS positions. Alternative explanations related to the GPS technique are suggested by the close coincidence of the period of the 1.040 cpy frequency, about 351.2 days, to the ‘‘GPS year’’; i.e., the interval required for the constellation to repeat its inertial orientation with respect to the sun. This could indicate that the harmonics are a type of systematic error related to the satellite orbits. Mechanisms could involve orbit modeling defects or aliasing of site-dependent positioning biases modulated by the varying satellite geometry. [less ▲]

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See detailThe art of democracy: Gallery education and young people’s democratic learning.
Biesta, Gert UL; Lawy, R.; McDonnell, J. et al

in Taylor, B. (Ed.) Inspiring learning in galleries: Research reports. (2008)

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See detailBA-Studium GERMANISTIK Ein Lehrbuch
Mein, Georg UL; Bogdal, Klaus-Michael; Kauffmann, Kai

Book published by Rowohlt (2008)

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See detailSustained improvement of obsessive-compulsive disorder by deep brain stimulation in a woman with residual schizophrenia.
Plewnia, Christian; Schober, Franziska; Rilk, Albrecht et al

in The international journal of neuropsychopharmacology / official scientific journal of the Collegium Internationale Neuropsychopharmacologicum (CINP) (2008), 11(8), 1181-3

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See detailMitochondrial protein quality control by the proteasome involves ubiquitination and the protease Omi.
Radke, Susanne; Chander, Harish; Schafer, Patrick et al

in The Journal of biological chemistry (2008), 283(19), 12681-5

We report here that blocking the activity of the 26 S proteasome results in drastic changes in the morphology of the mitochondria and accumulation of intermembrane space (IMS) proteins. Using endonuclease ... [more ▼]

We report here that blocking the activity of the 26 S proteasome results in drastic changes in the morphology of the mitochondria and accumulation of intermembrane space (IMS) proteins. Using endonuclease G (endoG) as a model IMS protein, we found that accumulation of wild-type but to a greater extent mutant endoG leads to changes in the morphology of the mitochondria similar to those observed following proteasomal inhibition. Further, we show that wild-type but to a greater extent mutant endoG is a substrate for ubiquitination, suggesting the presence of a protein quality control. Conversely, we also report that wild-type but not mutant endoG is a substrate for the mitochondrial protease Omi but only upon inhibition of the proteasome. These findings suggest that although elimination of mutant IMS proteins is strictly dependent on ubiquitination, elimination of excess or spontaneously misfolded wild-type IMS proteins is monitored by ubiquitination and as a second checkpoint by Omi cleavage when the proteasome function is deficient. One implication of our finding is that in the context of attenuated proteasomal function, accumulation of IMS proteins would contribute to the collapse of the mitochondrial network such as that observed in neurodegenerative diseases. Another implication is that such collapse could be accelerated either by mutations in IMS proteins or by mutations in Omi itself. [less ▲]

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See detailA framework to understand Project Robustness
Gericke, Kilian UL; Schmidt-Kretschmer, Michael; Blessing, Lucienne UL

in Proceedings of the 10th International Design Conference - DESIGN 2008 (2008)

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See detailIntegration von formal Geringqualifizierten in den Arbeitsmarkt.
Dornmayr, Helmut; Lachmayr, Norbert; Rothmüller, Barbara UL

Report (2008)

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See detailTopic-based Transparent Replication of Digital Assets
Wehling, Ulf; Rothkugel, Steffen UL

in Ibrahim, Ismail Khalil (Ed.) Handbook of Research on Mobile Multimedia (2008)

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See detailThe Socialisation of Hierarchic Self-Interest?Value Socialization in the Family
Hadjar, Andreas UL; Baier, Dirk; Boehnke, Klaus

in Young : Nordic Journal of Youth Research (2008), 16(3), 279-301

The article reports research on family socialization of dominance values among adolescents. Dominance values were studied as expressed in Hierarchic Self-Interest (HSI), a value pattern that is typical ... [more ▼]

The article reports research on family socialization of dominance values among adolescents. Dominance values were studied as expressed in Hierarchic Self-Interest (HSI), a value pattern that is typical for highly competitive market-oriented societies and has negative behavioural consequences. In analyzing socialization, the study concentrates on authoritarian and achievement-focused parenting, as well as structural and ideological predictors thereof. The relevance of HSI for attitudes and behaviours is studied by considering xenophobia and delinquency as its consequences. Using panel data of 443 families (mothers, fathers, and adolescent offspring) from Berlin (Germany), a structural equation model is estimated. Results show that adolescent HSI can be traced back to social-structural variables and parenting modes, but also develops through intergenerational value transmission. It has assumed negative consequences. [less ▲]

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See detail« Mais vous tapez comme un pharmacien ! » : analogies en formation professionnelle initiale.
Filliettaz, Laurent; de Saint-Georges, Ingrid UL; Duc, Barbara

in Filliettaz, Laurent; Schubauer-Leoni, Maria-Luisa (Eds.) Processus interactionnels et situations éducatives (2008)

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See detailJede Kunstforschung war einmal zeitgenössisch
Dell, Paul UL

in Bourg, Viviane; Dell, Paul; Di Felice, Paul (Eds.) Arts visuels – Architecture / Jeunes chercheurs luxembourgeois en Arts Visuels et Architecture (2008)

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See detailAnalysis and synthesis of logics
Carnielli, Walter; Coniglio, Marcelo; Gabbay, Dov M. UL et al

Book published by Springer (2008)

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See detailMortalitätssalienz und Angstbewältigung im Kontext einer Krebserkrankung
Hoffmann, Martine UL

Book published by Pabst (2008)

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