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Reagents and Materials Sterile Betadine Lidocaine (1%) Scalpel with # 15 blade Jamshidi needle, 11-gauge Syringe, 20 ml, containing 2 ml heparin (preservative-free, 400 units per ml) Protocol (a) Marrow donors who have given informed consent lie in a lateral decubitus position. (b) The donor s skin is wiped with Betadine. (c) The posterior superior iliac crest is located. (d) Lidocaine (1%) is used to anesthetize the skin and subcutaneous tissue super cial to the iliac crest. (e) A small cut (the width of a scalpel blade) is made though the skin and subcutaneous tissue with a scalpel blade. (f) An 11-gauge Jamshidi needle is inserted though the cut and is anchored into the posterior superior iliac crest. (g) Once the needle is anchored, the hub is removed. (h) A 20-ml syringe containing 2 ml heparin (preservative-free, 400 units per ml) is attached to the needle. (i) The marrow is aspirated by pulling the syringe plunger back briskly. (j) The needle is rotated 90 degrees clockwise several times, and marrow is aspirated at each new position. (k) After the needle is removed, pressure is applied to the skin until bleeding stops.
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1. The content of this section relies on ideas found in Supervision in the Hospitality Industry, 2d ed., 5, Developing Job Expectations (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1992), by Jack Miller, Mary Porter, and Karen Eich Drummond. 2. Lawrence E. Sternberg, Empowerment: Trust vs. Control, Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 33, no. 1 (February 1992): 72. 3. J. Deutsch, Welcoming Those with Disabilities, New York Times, February 3, 1991, quoted in John M. Ivancevich, Human Resource Management, 6th ed. (Chicago: Richard D. Irwin, Inc., 1995), 75. 4. Marriott Foundation, Fear of the Unknown Invisible Barrier to Employment, says Marriott Foundation for People with Disabilities, Washington, D.C., September 30, 1997; edited July 23, 2001. Copyright Marriott Foundation for People with Disabilities. 5. Ibid.
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in motivational theories has grown tremendously over the past decade, and it is common for many current publications and textbooks in the eld of educational psychology to include substantial text devoted to both the theory and practice of motivation and the regulation of motivation (Alexander, 2000). Much of the contemporary con ict within the discipline of educational psychology can be better understood when differences in epistemological stances are taken into account (O Donnell & Levin, 2001). As O Donnell and Levin suggest, there are essentially two epistemological stances, resulting in two different research traditions. Some educational psychologists take the positivistic or postpositivist position. These researchers emphasize explanation, prediction, and control, and research often focuses on hypotheses and experiments. Researchers with a preference for critical theory and constructivism have more interest in arriving at an understanding of the construct under study. Because the method used in this research is frequently qualitative, the increased understanding of the construct often occurs on the part of both the researcher and the participant (McCaslin & Hickey, 2001; O Donnell & Levin, 2001). As Pintrich (2000b) notes, educational psychologists should, however, be well beyond the quantitative-qualitative debate. Instead, our concern should now be on providing valid and reliable evidence that supports our conceptual models and conclusions. THE FUTURE In American society now more than ever, educational psychology is moving into the public s consciousness and into the classroom. For example, typing the term strategic learning into a public computer search engine (i.e., not PsychINFO or a similar database) yields more than 5,000 hits; the term selfregulated learning produces almost 3,200 additional hits. The future of educational psychology is bright and full of exciting challenges. The dawn of the Information Age is challenging our most fundamental conceptions of learning, instruction, assessment, and appropriate outcomes in relation to education and training. The importance of core research and development areas in educational psychology, such as motivation, self-regulation and strategic learning is expanding rapidly. These are exciting times to be an educational psychologist. REFERENCES
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