KASL

AcronymDefinition
KASLKansas Association of School Librarians (Salina, KS)
KASLKorean Association for the Study of the Liver (South Korea; est. 1981)
KASLKiski Area Soccer League (Pennsylvania)
KASLKnoxville Adult Soccer League (Knoxville, TN)
KASLKristopher Aryn Scott Law Computers
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(5) They contain essays and entries written by leading experts in the field such as Jonathan Brown, Rogelio Ruiz Gomar, Ronda Kasl, the late Juana Gutierrez Haces, and Pedro Angeles.
Kasl for Solo Horn (with three optional additional horn parts and electronic accompaniment by Joshua Jandreau (jjmusicnotes@gmail.com)
Finally, Question 4 reflects variables that are often cited in the literature as related to unemployment: age (e.g., Gallo, Bradley, Siegel, & Kasl, 2000), sex (e.g., Rantakeisu, Starrin, & Hagquist, 1999), education (e.g., Vesalainen & Vuori, 1999), and house hold income composition (e.g., Estramiana, 1992; Kelvin & Jarrett, 1985).
Conference on Contribution of Metallography to Solving Production Problems (13th: Lazne Libverda, Czech Republic) Edited by Josef Kasl and Dagmar Jandov[sz]
Evidencias de estudos internacionais sobre a tematica tem encontrado associacoes entre esses indicadores atitudinais de idosos e suas condicoes de saude (Levy & Myers, 2005; Levy, Slade, Kunkel, & Kasl, 2002), seus comportamentos (Sarkisian, Prohaska, Wong, Hirsch, & Mangione, 2005), seu bem-estar (Steverink et al., 2001; Westerhof et al., 2003) e componentes do self como autoconceito e autoestima (Sneed & Whitbourne, 2003).
With a focus on affective attachment, the development of existentialist assessment that stresses the capacity for continuous attached commitment during change contributes to lifelong learning as 'learning dispositions' (Carr & Claxton 2002) and as a 'habit of being' (Yorks & Kasl 2002).
Almost fifty years ago, in 1966, Kasl and Cobb defined health behaviour as "any activity undertaken by a person believing himself to be healthy, for the purpose of preventing disease or detecting it in an asymptomatic stage" (3).
The theory continues to be contested, as evidenced by Newman's (2012) argument that transformative learning does not qualify as an identifiable phenomenon, and that the notion should be replaced with "good learning." His radical challenge to the theory evoked some useful clarifications of it from other scholars, but the consensus appears to be that the theory is valid and helpful to educators (Cranton & Kasl, 2012; Dirkx, 2012).
(11.) Leifheit-Limson EC, Reid KJ, Kasl SV, Lin H, Jones PG, Buchanan DM, et al.