SKOE

AcronymDefinition
SKOEStichting Katholiek Onderwijs Enschede (Dutch: Enschede Catholic Education Foundation; Netherlands)
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Skoe and Kraus [4] suggested that monaural stimulation in children is the preferred protocol, while binaural stimulation is more realistic than monaural stimulation in adultss.
This occurs as individuals recognize the importance of their own welfare in relationship to that of others (Pratt, Skoe, & Arnold, 2004; Skoe, 2010; Skoe et al., 2002; Skoe & Mareia, 1991).
De acordo com Musacchia, Sams, Skoe e Kraus (2007) o treino musical modificaria a organizacao cortical, que pode se estender as estruturas sensoriais subcorticais e alcancar locais referentes ao processa-mento da fala, aumentando nos musicos o controle do tronco encefalico tanto para estimulos auditivos como audiovisuais.
But I took no action until late 1973 when I noticed that the Society's coordinator in Vancouver, Canada, was a Norwegian named Anders Skoe. I telephoned Anders and asked if he would be willing to conduct a study tour of his native Norway and its neighbors, Sweden and Denmark.
Lo anterior es congruente con la forma en que ha sido resuelta la polemica abierta por Gilligan (1982/1986, 1988), en cuanto a las diferencias por genero en el desarrollo moral (Skoe, 1998; Nunner-Winkler, 1984).
This study supported the findings of earlier research (Skoe, 1998; Walker, 1986) that impersonal dilemmas are more likely to be resolved in justice terms, [chi square] (1, N = 48) = 9.85, p < .05.
Yes, three cans of Skoe lager into a bender and he'd already lost control.
Gilligan & Attanucci, 1988; Pratt, Diessner, Hunsberger, Pancer & Savoy, 1991; Pratt, Golding, Hunter, & Sampson, 1988; Skoe, Pratt, Matthews, & Curror, 1996; Walker, 1991).
Generally, those in the more mature identity statuses (moratorium and achievement) have shown higher levels of moral reasoning (Skoe & Marcia, 1991), intimacy (e.g.
Methods using dilemmas to determine a person's level of moral development from both theories have been developed (Colby & Kohlberg, 1987; Skoe, 1993).
Similarly, Skoe, Pratt, Matthews and Curror (1996) report 'clear gender differences with regard to care-based moral thought in middle and late adulthood (p.