APAISAustralian Public Affairs Information Service
APAISAmsterdam Preoperative Anxiety and Information Scale (psychology)
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The APAIS is a 6-item questionnaire with 2 components: "need-for-knowledge" (2 questions, range: 2 to 10) "preoperative anxiety" (4 questions, range: 4 to 20).12
The baseline STAI Y-1, STAI Y-2, and APAIS scores were similar in both groups (Table 1).
What that document did indicate was a 12% increase in graduates going from honours degrees to higher research degrees between 1992 and 2001, suggesting that the relevance of honours in relation to APAs and APAis research project funding was a salient consideration in outcomes for graduates with honours degrees.
Material was identified by the entire Footprints team through a database search of MEDLINE, CINAHL, ERIC, AMI and APAIS. The last mentioned yielded the most articles, given the policy based nature of much of the material in this field.
This event, which was conducted with the APAIs Annual National Team Championships in Las Vegas, Nev., has been held for four consecutive years and has an expanded field size of a maxi mum of 64 players and a first-place payout of $2,000.
A staff member celebrates the 200 000th APAIS record, 27 April 1994 Photo: National Library
I have drawn conclusions from data that I have been able to generate from the Australian National Bibliographic Database (ANBD) and other electronic resources (4), including RILM and the Australian Public Affairs Information Service (APAIS), a highly selective subject index to scholarly articles in the Australian social sciences, arts and humanities.
Other databases searched included, PsycInfo, ERIC, Meditext, AMI, APAIS using a key word search, however no new or relevant literature was identified.
The December issue mentioned that Sabretache articles are indexed by Australian Public Affairs Information Service (APAIS) that service is now known as Australian Public Affairs Full Text (APAFT).
* full text articles from the top 200 Australian journals and article references on Australian political, economic, legal, social and cultural affairs via Apais full text