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  1. Economic Policy Uncertainty and Family Firm Innovation: Evidence From Listed Companies in China.Yong Qi, Shaoyu Dong, Simeng Lyu & Shuo Yang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    With the advancement of China’s economic transformation, the impact of economic policy uncertainty on family firms has become increasingly significant. The “familism” of family firms makes them more motivated to maintain family harmony, pursue innovative activities, and the long-term development of enterprises when faced with economic policy uncertainty. In this paper, we employed the data of listed Chinese family firms from 2010 to 2018 to analyze the impact of economic policy uncertainty on family business innovation activities, analyze the inherent characteristics (...)
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    Learning System for Japanese Onomatopoeia^|^Apos;s Nuance Through Creation Task.Shuo Yang, Takashi Hashimoto, Guanhong Li & XiaoYan Li - 2015 - Transactions of the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence 30 (1):331-339.
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    Sharp Change of the Channel Bar Pattern Within River-Delta: Insights From Modern Ganjiang River-Delta in Jiangxi Province, China.Zhenhua Xu, Shuo Yang, Tianyou Zhang, Shenghe Wu, Ke Zhang, Mei Chen, Zheng Yang, Zijie Gao & Changmin Zhang - forthcoming - Interpretation:1-36.
    Channel bars in river-deltas offer building materials, habitats, and farmlands, and threaten water transportation, as well as, could become targets in hydrocarbon reservoirs. Researchers focus on the channel bar pattern in rivers, whereas ignoring the channel bar pattern in distributary channels. We propose a sharp change of the channel bar pattern from the river to the delta. The integration of remote map analysis, fieldwork, and a flume experiment resulted in a quantified sharp change in the channel bar pattern in the (...)
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    School Psychological Environment and Learning Burnout in Medical Students: Mediating Roles of School Identity and Collective Self-Esteem.Wanwan Yu, Shuo Yang, Ming Chen, Ying Zhu, Qiujian Meng, Wenjun Yao & Junjie Bu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Learning burnout is an important indicator that reflects an individual’s learning state. Understanding the influencing factors and mechanism of learning burnout of medical students has practical significance for improving their mental health. This study aimed to explore the mediating roles of school identity and collective self-esteem between school psychological environment and learning burnout in medical students. A total of 2,031 medical students were surveyed using the School Psychological Environment Questionnaire, School Identity Questionnaire, Collective Self-esteem Scale, and Learning Burnout Scale. The (...)
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