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See detailCoping and Subjective Well-being in Old Age
Ferring, Dieter UL

in Abstracts of the 9th European Congress of Psychology, Granada (Spain), 3.-7. July 2005. (2005)

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See detailCoping as a "reality construction": On the role of attentive, comparative, and interpretative processes in coping with cancer
Ferring, Dieter UL; Filipp, S.-H.

in Harvey, J.; Miller, E. (Eds.) Loss and trauma. General and Close Relationship Perspectives (2000)

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See detailThe coping of bystanders with cyberbullying in an adolescent population
Steffgen, Georges UL; Pinto Costa, Andreia UL; Slee, Phillip T.

in Slee, Phillip T.; Skrzypiec, Grace; Cefai, Carmel (Eds.) Child and Adolescent Wellbeing and Violence Prevention in Schools (2018)

Cyberbullying is a serious social phenomenon that occurs in different settings. In line with the participant role approach (Salmivalli, 2010), different bystanders (e.g. assistants, reinforcers, defenders ... [more ▼]

Cyberbullying is a serious social phenomenon that occurs in different settings. In line with the participant role approach (Salmivalli, 2010), different bystanders (e.g. assistants, reinforcers, defenders, and outsiders), likewise cyberbullies, and cybervictims are involved in cyberbullying incidents. The current study explores how participants in cyberbullying incidents differ in coping behaviour. Students of German and Luxembourg secondary schools (n = 367) completed a questionnaire, amongst others, on participant roles and coping. Coping behavior was classified into six strategies: other-focused, self-focused, avoidance, relationships improvement, assertive responses, and technical responses (AUTHORS et al, 2012). These coping behaviors were mostly interrelated. Regression analysis showed that avoidance, self-focused strategies, and assertive responses predicted victimization. Additionally, defender behavior was predicted by reduced technical responses and enhanced other focused strategies. Hence, different actors in cyberbullying incidents differ systematically in coping behavior. The implications of the findings are of relevance for the development of efficient coping-based intervention programs against cyberbullying. In particular, avoidance, self- and other-focused strategies of actors in cyberbullying incidents have to be considered in intervention programs. [less ▲]

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See detailCoping with Bullying questionnaire: Validation of the German adaptation
Pinto Costa, Andreia UL; Steffgen, Georges UL; Skrzypiec, Grace

Poster (2015, May 21)

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See detailCoping with cyberbullying - a comparison between students from Luxembourg and Germany
Steffgen, Georges UL

Scientific Conference (2015, July 09)

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See detailCoping with cyberbullying in adolescent population
Steffgen, Georges UL; Pinto Costa, Andreia UL; Slee, Phillip

Scientific Conference (2015, May 22)

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See detailCoping with cyberbullying: A comparison between schools
Steffgen, Georges UL; Pinto Costa, Andreia UL

Scientific Conference (2016, July 15)

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See detailCoping with Domestic and European Complexity: How Consensus Politics is Maintained in the Low Countries' Governments
Dumont, Patrick UL; TIMMERMANS, Arco; MOURY, Catherine

in Vollaard, Hans; Beyers, Jan; Dumont, Patrick (Eds.) The Impact of European Integration on Consensus Politics in the Low Countries (2015)

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See detailCoping with life-threatening disease: Some research problems and selected findings
Filipp, Sigrun-Heide; Klauer, Thomas; Ferring, Dieter UL et al

in L. R. Schmidt, P. Schwenkmezger, J. Weinman, & S. Maes (Eds.), Theoretical and applied aspects of health psychology (1990)

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See detailCoping with turn-taking:Investigating breakdowns in human-robot interaction from a Conversation Analysis (CA) perspective
Arend, Béatrice UL; Sunnen, Patrick UL

in Proceedings: The 8th International Conference on Society and Information Technologies (2017, March)

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See detailCoping with Unemployment: The Impact of Unemployment Duration and Personality on Trajectories of Subjective Well-Being?
Hahn, E.; Specht, J.; Gottschling, Juliana UL et al

in European Journal of Personality (2015), 29

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See detailCoq as a Metatheory for Nuprl with Bar Induction
Rahli, Vincent UL; Bickford, Mark

Scientific Conference (2015)

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See detailCORBA, Java, C++ and ODBMS for Distributed Web Computing - The Taming of the Shrew
Rothkugel, Steffen UL; Sturm, Peter

in Architektur von Rechensystemen, Systemarchitektur auf dem Weg ins 3. Jahrtausend: Neue Strukturen, Konzepte, Verfahren und Bewertungsmethoden - Vorträge der 15. GI/ITG-Fachtagung ARCS '99 und der APS'99 (Arbeitsplatzrechensysteme) (1999)

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See detailCordemoy et la limpidité du style ou comment la justesse de l’écriture doit conduire à la vérité
Freyermuth, Sylvie UL

in Curatolo, Bruno; Poirier, Jacques (Eds.) Le style des philosophes (2007)

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See detailThe core of our existence and pink ribbons
Samuk, Sahizer UL

Article for general public (2017)

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See detailCore Properties from Superconducting Gravimeter Data
Smylie; Francis, Olivier UL; Henderson, Gary

in Romanowicz, Barbara; Suyehiro, Kiyoshiro (Eds.) Long-term Observations in the Oceans - Current Status and Perspectives for the Future (2001)

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See detailCoReL: Policy-Based and Model-Driven Regulatory Compliance Management
El Kharbili, Marwane UL; Ma, Qin UL; Kelsen, Pierre UL et al

in Proceedings of the 15th IEEE International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference (2011)

Regulatory compliance management is now widely recognized as one of the main challenges still to be efficiently dealt with in information systems. In the discipline of business process management in ... [more ▼]

Regulatory compliance management is now widely recognized as one of the main challenges still to be efficiently dealt with in information systems. In the discipline of business process management in particular, compliance is considered as an important driver of the efficiency, reliability and market value of companies. It consists of ensuring that enterprise systems behave according to some guidance provided in the form of regulations. This paper gives a definition of the research problem of regulatory compliance. We show why we expect a formal policy-based and model-driven approach to provide significant advantages in allowing enterprises to flexibly manage decision-making related to regulatory compliance. For this purpose, we contribute CoReL, a domain-specific modeling language for representing compliance requirements that has a graphical concrete syntax. Informal semantics of CoReL are introduced and its use is illustrated on an example. CoReL allows to leverage business process compliance modeling and checking, enhancing it with regard to, among other dimensions, user-friendliness, genericity, and traceability. [less ▲]

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See detailCORNER: A Radio Propagation Model for VANETs in Urban Scenarios
Giordano, Eugenio; Frank, Raphaël UL; Pau, Giovanni et al

in Proceedings of the IEEE (2011), 99(7), 1280-1294

Advances in portable technologies and emergence of new applications stimulate interest in urban vehicular communications for commercial, military, and homeland defense applications. Simulation is an ... [more ▼]

Advances in portable technologies and emergence of new applications stimulate interest in urban vehicular communications for commercial, military, and homeland defense applications. Simulation is an essential tool to study the behavior and evaluate the performance of protocols and applications in large-scale urban vehicular ad hoc networks (VANET). In this paper, we propose CORNER, a low computational cost yet accurate urban propagation model for mobile networks. CORNER estimates the presence of buildings and obstacles along the signal path using information extrapolated from urban digital maps. A reverse geocoding algorithm is used to classify the propagation situation of any two nodes that need to communicate starting from their geographical coordinates. We classify the relative position of the sender and the receiver as in line of sight (LOS) or nonline of sight (NLOS). Based on this classification, we apply different formulas to compute the path loss (PL) metric. CORNER has been validated through extensive on-the-road experiments, the results show high accuracy in predicting the network connectivity. In addition, on-the-road experiments suggest the need to refine the fading model to differentiate between LOS, and NLOS situations. Finally, we show the impact of CORNER on simulation results for widely used applications. [less ▲]

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