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The motivation process begins with the selection of employees, which is all important. The average person applying for a job is interviewed by at least four people. When Four Seasons opens a property every single employee hired is interviewed by the hotel general manager. First we look for people who are already motivated. Our compensation policies have been designed to support and reinforce our efforts in hiring, training, and development. We look on them not only as a motivator, but as a way of sending signals to our employees consistent with our philosophy and business strategy almost as an employee communication program itself.18 Group discussions among the managerial staff will help to highlight the attributes of a person who will be able to deliver hospitality. These discussions should lead to a rather informal procedure for screening employees. Questions that determine whether candidates display maturity and self-esteem, are articulate, possess social graces, and have a high level of tolerance for continued guest contact can be discussed in group settings. Managers who are aware of what they are looking for in employees are better able to secure the right people for the right jobs.
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To register a CP advertisement, a CP can either pass to the Context Broker a representation of the advertisement or simply provide an external introspection interface, which may be accessed by the CB in order for the CB to retrieve the advertisement. For a Context Provider, the advantage of CB registration is to expose the functions described in its CP advertisement to any Context Consumer. The form of publishing by registration of metadata makes the act of exposure explicitly public. Since publishing is explicitly public, any policy enforcement or security a Context Consumer implements must be done directly by the CC. Registration in the Context Broker is an optional publication mechanism available for Context Providers. The optional nature of the CB is derived from the fact that the only requirement for a Context Consumer to use the capabilities of a CP is to obtain a CP advertisement. Context Provider Query In order for a Context Provider to submit queries to nd the CP advertisement of a particular set of CPs, a Context Consumer must initiate a call to the CB s query interface. A CB query may use predicates as lter expressions, corresponding to the contents of a CP s advertisement. The following illustrate some examples: name of parameter (e.g. query for heart-rate ); name of entity (e.g. query for Bob s parameters); quality of parameter (e.g. query for the location of Bob), but only Context Providers that offer location more precise than 5 metres; type of entity (e.g. search for parameter schedule of entity type bus ); identi er of a CP. For example, it may be that after some idle time of non-use, a CP is unavailable. Before looking for another CP, a Context Consumer could query for the same advertisement, so the application rst checks whether this CP has perhaps unregistered. Query lters provide a powerful mechanism to perform projections over the set of resources registered in the CB by Context Providers. Ontology One innovative feature of the Context Broker is its support for ontologies. An ontology is an organisation of knowledge, including hierarchy and relationships between concepts. An example would be to de ne heart-rate not only as a known parameter name, but as a reference to an object in a public ontology. In this ontology, it would be a child of object wellness , alongside other child objects such as temperature , blood pressure , etc.; see Figure 4.5. If a Context Provider provides this parameter for a group of people (constrained by privacy considerations, of course), it may register to the CB with ontology references being part of its advertisement. Instead of providing heart-rate , it is understood to provide the parameter whose ontology reference is . The Context Provider may then be found by a query to the CB using this ontology reference. The second point of using ontologies within the CB is to take advantage of the semantic level of information. If a heart-rate is a wellness parameter, any CC looking for CPs that provide wellness parameters wants to nd the Heart-Rate CP. This is impossible, if the CB uses
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Create a new weblog within your MT installation. From now on, we ll refer to this as the blogroll blog. Don t worry. No matter which license you have MT under, this additional weblog will not count against your per-weblog limits, as its contents are only going to be displayed inside your main site, albeit in a variety of ways. In this new blog, you can delete all of the templates except for the Individual Entry Archive you don t need them. Make sure and pinging is turned off, and that archiving is set to Individual Only. Basically, turn everything off. What you re going to do is store each URL as an individual entry within this blog and then use various plugins on your main site to pull that data out and display it. Therefore, you don t need any of MT s cool features turned on and wasting disk space. Now, create entries within your blogroll blog, one for every URL, with the URL as the entry body, and the title you want to give it as the entry title. Note that the title you give it and the site s actual title need not be the same. Through the power of the Internet you can display both. Right now, however, you only need to enter the name you want it to have. When you re done, scoot over to your main blog and decide where you want to put this blogroll: on every page, on one page only, or on its own page. If you re going to have it in more than one place, create a template module. If you re giving it its own page, create a new index template. Not sure Err on the side of the template module. That way, it s easily reusable around your site.
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nonstudent) use of the APA Web site remains strong. Almost 35% (or some four million annual users) of the APA Web site are not psychologists or students studying psychology. In 1997, APA president-elect Martin Seligman proposed the establishment of an electronic journal called Treatment, to be published jointly with the American Psychiatric Association. For political reasons the other APA withdrew from the venture because of fear that psychologists might claim that reading the copublished journal would qualify them for prescribing medication. The American Psychological Association then decided to embark on the e-journal alone, which is now titled Prevention and Treatment. By the summer of 2001, under Seligman s editorship, the journal had 20,000 regular readers, with each article being hit an average of 35,000 times within the rst year of release. Publications from the Practice Directorate, the e-journal, Web-based communications, videotapes, and over 70 new books each year constitute communications from the APA that are directed toward the practicing professional psychologist.
(17.116) with equality iff X1 , X2 , . . . , Xn are independent (i.e., Kij = 0, i = j ). We now prove a generalization of Hadamard s inequality due to Szasz [391]. Let K(i1 , i2 , . . . , ik ) be the k k principal submatrix of K formed by the rows and columns with indices i1 , i2 , . . . , ik . Theorem 17.9.3 (Szasz ) If K is a positive de nite n n matrix and Pk denotes the product of the determinants of all the principal k-rowed minors of K, that is, Pk =
by the questionnaire model (e.g., 30). The procedure would consist of a target rotation of these principal components toward the subscale in question. Thus, using the collateral information contained in related items would generally increase the subscale s internal consistency, even though the contribution of bloated-speci c variance to it would be diluted, which in itself would be a desirable side effect. The previous script, however, amounts to proving that the performance of a hierarchically conceived questionnaire can be boosted by placing a network model under its hood. Following the script would sooner or later lead to adopting the generalized circumplex approach, which implies a view of personality structure as a tissue rather than a hierarchy. At the superordinate scale level, one would hit upon a large number of interesting AB5C facets, which are linear combinations of the rst m principal components; at the subscale level, a great amount of redundancy would be found, leading to a drastic reduction of the conceptual rank of the data matrix. The future of personality structure is hyperspheric. Pruning the AB5C Model The hypersphere of personality is riddled with gaps. Upon presenting the AB5C model, Hofstee et al. (1992) already noticed that its circumplexes were not evenly lled: The 1 o clock versus 7 o clock and 2 versus 8 segments attracted far more trait terms than did the 4 versus 10 and 5 versus 11 segments. The former segments contain consonant mixtures of either two positives factor poles (e.g., I II , sociable) or two negative poles (e.g., I II , unsociable), whereas the latter contain discords combining a positive and a negative pole (e.g., I II , submissive, vs. I II , dominant). The scarcity of discords reappears in Hendriks s (1997, p. 45) results: Of the off-diagonal items, only 23% combine a positive and a negative factor pole, whereas the number of consonant and discordant cells is equal. Furthermore, discords tend to have the smaller projections in the 5-space, as may be veri ed from the cited studies. These results re ect the classical (e.g., Cruse, 1965) nding that neutral trait terms are scarce. The lexical axiom would imply that people nd the corresponding behaviors relatively unimportant. The rationale for introducing blends, in circumplex models in general and in the AB5C model in particular, is communicative. In the case of discords, the communicative bene ts are unlikely to materialize. Rigid, for example, has a projection of .29 on the II III vector in the AB5C model (Hofstee et al., 1992, p. 157); unkind and orderly have projections of .52 on II and .67 on III , respectively. Thus, the projection of the weighted sum of unkind and orderly on the II III vector would be about twice as high as the projection of rigid
for treatment, with limited roles in actual treatment until after World War II. Psychotherapy, a book published in 1909 by Hugo M nsterberg, represents an early psychology-based contribution to the clinical intervention literature. It was a nonFreudian textbook grounded in a theory of psychophysical parallelism, which argued that all psychical processes had a parallel brain process. His volume argued for the scienti c study of the processes of psychotherapy and viewed psychotherapy as a clinical endeavor separate from psychiatry. Other in uences came from physicians cognizant of the potential contributions of psychology. Morton Prince (1854 1929) was a neurologist interested in the problems of psychopathology and one who recognized the importance of psychology in the study and treatment of psychological disorders. His most famous book, The Dissociation of a Personality (1908), was a lengthy and insightful description of a case of multiple personality. His contributions to clinical psychology were considerable and include his founding of the Journal of Abnormal Psychology in 1906, which published the early work on experimental psychopathology, and his establishment of the Psychological Clinic at Harvard University in 1926, which he housed in the Department of Philosophy (where psychology was located) rather than in Harvard s medical school. Another physician, William Healy (1869 1963), headed the Juvenile Psychopathic Institute, which opened in Chicago in 1909. Healy had studied with William James and had also been in uenced by the work of Goddard at Vineland. His institute was to be both a research facility, investigating the causes of juvenile delinquency, and a treatment facility. He hired psychologist Grace Fernald (1879 1950) to work with him, and when she left, he replaced her with another psychologist, Augusta Bronner (1881 1966), whom he would later marry. Both Fernald and Bronner used the title clinical psychologist and played important roles in research, diagnosis, and treatment. Other juvenile courts and corrections facilities began to hire psychologists for similar roles (Levine & Levine, 1992). Other stimulants to the development of clinical psychology before World War I included the work on mental assessment by Goddard and other advances in mental testing; the ve addresses given by Sigmund Freud (1856 1939) at Clark University in 1909 that fostered considerable interest in psychoanalysis in America but more broadly in the nature of causation in mental illness; the mental hygiene movement begun around 1908 by former mental patient Clifford Beers (1876 1943) and psychiatrist Adolf Meyer (1866 1950), a movement that sought to understand the early causes of mental illness and how conditions might be changed (in families
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