NJUS

AcronymDefinition
NJUSNome Joint Utility System (Alaska)
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Njus y Brockway, 1999) sugiere como benefico mantener un locus de control interno y como inadaptado un locus de control externo.
(91) Jesse Njus, 'Look Who's For Dinner: Staging the Last Supper in Medieval Drama', in Food and Theatre on the World Stage, ed.
(41.) Elliot Njus, "Oregon Legislature Passes Nation's First Statewide Rent Control Policy, Eviction Protections," Oregonian, February 26, 2019, https://www.oregonlive.com/politics/2019/o2/oregon-legislature-passes-nations-first-statewide-rent-control-policy-evictionsprotections.html; and Rachel Monahan, "Could Oregon Become the First State to Ban Single-Family Zoning?," WiUiamette Week, December 14, 2018, https://www.wweekcom/newsfstate/2018/12/14/could-oregon-become-the-first-state-to-ban-single-family-zoning/.
Tanick is an attorney with the Twin Cities law firm of Meyer Njus Tanick.
WKC Building Committee CoChair John Njus commented at Ground Breaking:
The Willamette Week is owned by the City of Roses Newspaper Company, local to Portland (Njus, 2012).
Njus, "Rate of electron transfer between cytochrome b561 and extravesicular ascorbic acid," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
The correspondence hypothesis, however, has also received considerable support: Empirical evidence suggests that attachment to God is positively correlated with adult attachment (e.g., Beck & McDonald, 2004; Fergus & Rowatt, 2014; Granqvist, Mikulincer, Gewirtz, & Shaver, 2012; Njus, Okerstrom, & Stuart, 2012) and attachment to parents (McDonald, Beck, Allison, & Norsworthy, 2005; Sim & Yow, 2011).
God attachment anxiety is positively correlated with a subtype of obsessive compulsive disorder called scrupulosity (Fergus & Rowatt, 2014) and also with neuroticism and negative affect, while it is negatively related to positive affect (Rowatt & Kirkpatrick, 2002), self-esteem (Freeze & DiTommaso, 2015; Kezdy, Martos, & Robu, 2013; Njus, Bane, & Delikowski, 2010; Zahl & Gibson, 2012), and self-acceptance (Freeze & DiTommaso, 2015).
External locus of control, perceived control by external agencies, is associated with negative outcomes such as helplessness or depression (e.g., Njus and Brockway, 1999).
In addition, Okerstrom and Njus (2014) recently presented findings on the moral foundations questionnaire for Atheists, Agnostics, high intrinsic Theists, and low intrinsic Theists similar to those obtained in the current work.
Liu YK, Goel VK, Dejong A, Njus G, Nishiyama K, Buckwalter J.