Volume 4 (2004)

Adult approaches to learning and associated talents
Terry Bowles
Pages 1-12
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Issues related to the construction of a purpose-built domain-specific word corpus
Lisa Thomas,  H. Peter Pfister & Peter Peterson
Pages 13-28
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Application of Markov Models for analysis of development of psychological characteristics
Lev S Kuravsky & Sergey Malykh 
Pages 29-40
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A quantitative analysis of the effectiveness of contiguous, graphemic and phonological interventions on measures of reading and spelling acquisition
Roger J. Bourne & Peter R. Whiting
Pages 41-58
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Teachers' perceptions and management of disruptive classroom behaviour during the middle years (years five to nine)
Christie Arbuckle & Emma Little
Pages 59-70
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Evidence of authentic achievement: The extent of disciplined enquiry in student teachers' essay scripts
Effie Maclellan
Pages 71-85
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Reading in one's ethnic language: A study of Greek-Australian high school students
James A. Athanasou & Iasonas Lamprianou
Pages 86-96
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The Game Factory: Using cooperative games to promote pro-social behaviour among children
Helen Street, David Hoppe, David Kingsbury & Tony Ma
Pages 97-109
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Use of Multitrait-Multimethod Modelling to validate actual and preferred forms of the Technology-Rich Outcomes-Focused Learning Environment Inventory (Troflei)
Jill  M. Aldridge, Jeffrey P. Dorman & FBarry J. Fraser
Pages 110-125
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Qualities and characteristics in the written reports of doctoral thesis examiners
Allyson Holbrook, Sid Bourke, Terence  Lovat, T. & Kerry Dally
Pages 126-145
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'Ways of Knowing' in doctoral examination: How examiners position themselves in relation to the doctoral candidate
Terence Lovat
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An Investigation of PhD examination outcome in Australia using a mixed method approach
Allyson Holbrook & Sid Bourke
Pages 153-169
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