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The Effect of Proactive Personality on Individual Improvisation: The Moderating Role of Job Autonomy  [PDF]
Xuehui Wu, Yinqiu Ma
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2019.74015
Abstract: The trigger mechanism of individual improvisation needs further research. Based on social cognitive theory and job characteristics model theory, this paper establishes the relationship model between proactive personality and individual improvisation, regarding self-efficacy as a mediator and job autonomy as a moderator. Through regression analysis of 298 samples, the results show that proactive personality is positively related to individual improvisation, and self-efficacy plays a role of intermediary mechanism in this relationship. Besides, we also find out that job autonomy has a regulatory effect on the relationship between self-efficacy and individual improvisation. This research provides a reference for arousing and managing individual improvisation.
Analysis of the matrilineal genetic structure of population in the early Iron Age from Tarim Basin, Xinjiang, China
YinQiu Cui,ShiZhu Gao,ChengZhi Xie,QuanChao Zhang,HaiJing Wang,Hong Zhu,Hui Zhou
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2009, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-009-0647-8
Abstract: Ancient mtDNA data of human remains were analyzed from four early Iron Age Tarim Basin sites (Yuansha, Zaghunluq, Sampula and Niya) in the southern Silk Road region. Haplogroup distributions show that ancient Tarim Basin population was comprised of well-differentiated Western and Eastern matrilineal lineages. Some West lineage of Tarim Basin population originated from Near East and Iran region. Of the East lineages, North and Northeast Asia originated lineages were the main components, and a few Southeast Asian lineages also existed, which indicated a more extensive origin and a more complex admixture. The genetic structure of ancient Tarim Basin population is relatively close to the modern populations of Xinjiang, which implied that the early Iron Age is an important period during the formation of the modern Xinjiang population.
Mitochondrial DNA analysis of ancient Sampula population in Xinjiang

Xie Chengzhi,Li Chunxiang,Cui Yinqiu,Cai Dawei,Wang Haijing,Zhu Hong,Zhou Hui,

自然科学进展 , 2007,
Abstract: The archaeological site of Sampula cemetery was located about 14 km to the southwest of the Luo County in Xinjiang Khotan, China, belonging to the ancient Yutian kingdom. 14C analysis showed that this cemetery was used from 217 B.C. to 283 A.D. Ancient DNA was analyzed by 364 bp of the mitochondrial DNA hypervariable region I (mtDNA HVR-I), and by six restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) sites of mtDNA coding region. We successfully extracted and sequenced intact stretches of maternally inherited mtDNA from 13 out of 16 ancient Sampula samples. The analysis of mtDNA haplogroup distribution showed that the ancient Sampula was a complex population with both European and Asian characteristics. Median joining network of U3 sub-haplogroup and multi-dimensional scaling analysis all showed that the ancient Sampula had maternal relationship with Ossetian and Iranian.
Mitochondrial DNA analysis of human remains from the Yuansha site in Xinjiang, China
ShiZhu Gao,YinQiu Cui,YiDai Yang,RanHui Duan,Idelisi Abuduresule,Victor H. Mair,Hong Zhu,Hui Zhou
Science China Life Sciences , 2008, DOI: 10.1007/s11427-008-0034-8
Abstract: The Yuansha site is located in the center of the Taklimakan Desert of Xinjiang, in the southern Silk Road region. MtDNA was extracted from fifteen human remains excavated from the Yuansha site, dating back 2,000–2,500 years. Analysis of the phylogenetic tree and the multidimensional scaling (MDS) reveals that the Yuansha population has relatively close relationships with the modern populations of South Central Asia and Indus Valley, as well as with the ancient population of Chawuhu.
Mitochondrial DNA analysis of human remains from the Yuansha site in Xinjiang, China

GAO ShiZhu,CUI YinQiu,YANG YiDai,DUAN RanHui,Idelisi ABUDURESULE,Victor H MAIR,ZHU Hong &,ZHOU Hui,

中国科学C辑(英文版) , 2008,
Abstract: The Yuansha site is located in the center of the Taklimakan Desert of Xinjiang, in the southern Silk Road region. MtDNA was extracted from fifteen human remains excavated from the Yuansha site, dating back 2,000–2,500 years. Analysis of the phylogenetic tree and the multidimensional scaling (MDS) reveals that the Yuansha population has relatively close relationships with the modern populations of South Central Asia and Indus Valley, as well as with the ancient population of Chawuhu. Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. J0530184) and the “985” Foundation of Jilin University
The Effects of Trust and Contractual Mechanism on Working Relationships—An Empirical Study in Engineering Construction Projects  [PDF]
Shuping Guo, Ping Lu, Yinqiu Song
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2013.36062
Abstract: Inefficiency is usually one of the perceived ills within the construction projects and relationships among participants needing improvement. With the rising trend of partnerships in engineering construction projects, trust as an essential element in partnerships has become of increasing concern too. A growing stream of study has discussed the importance of trust in promoting interpersonal relationships among project participants. And formal contract has been closely watched which can mitigate exchange hazards. However, the relation between trust and contract is controversial. Based on cross-sectional survey data, regression analysis was used to test the impact of trust on satisfaction with working relationships and project performance in engineering construction projects in China. Likewise, the moderating effect of contractual mechanism on the relationship between trust and working relationships is explored. The results show that working relationships are positively associated with trust and satisfying working relationships have significant impact on project performance. The empirical findings also support the moderating effect of contractual mechanism. The conclusions enrich the research of working relationship, and provide some practical implications for enterprises.
Analysis and Suggestions for Foreign Students’ Education Management System Improvement in China: Based on a Case Study of Shanghai  [PDF]
Canjing Ma, Yinqiu Ma
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2019.76009
Abstract: Education management for foreign children in primary and secondary schools has become an issue unignorably in promoting the internationalization of education in China. This paper clarifies the characteristics of the formalization of “learning in regular class” and the classification of foreign students’ education management through analyzing the foreign students’ admission policies formulated and promulgated by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission. Combined with analyses on the characteristics of the foreign students’ education management system in Japan’s primary and secondary schools, this paper proposed some improvement suggestions. For example, Shanghai should strengthen the construction of the Chinese language teaching system, actively promote the close cooperation between the education administrative departments at all levels and the schools while fully considering the diversity of foreign students to maintain their cultural characteristics.
College Teachers’ Soft Ability Indicator System and Measuring Methods  [PDF]
Fen Sun, Yinqiu Ma
Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies (JHRSS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/jhrss.2019.72017
Abstract: The concept and features of college teachers’ soft abilities are defined. The features of College Teachers’ Soft Ability are: not easy to train and develop; talent’s deep characteristic; capable of effectively predict high working performance. The method to establish the Soft Ability indicator system is: to be sure about job requirements on hard abilities involving knowledge and technique via college teachers’ job analysis; then to use behavioral event interview to determine the essential condition of soft abilities related to high performance. The method to measure College Teachers’ Soft Abilities in recruitment and selection is to firstly change soft ability as specific work behavior, and then make measurement by methods of employment interview, evaluation and behavior observation.
Evidence that a West-East admixed population lived in the Tarim Basin as early as the early Bronze Age
Chunxiang Li, Hongjie Li, Yinqiu Cui, Chengzhi Xie, Dawei Cai, Wenying Li, Victor H Mair, Zhi Xu, Quanchao Zhang, Idelisi Abuduresule, Li Jin, Hong Zhu, Hui Zhou
BMC Biology , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1741-7007-8-15
Abstract: Mitochondrial DNA analysis showed that the Xiaohe people carried both the East Eurasian haplogroup (C) and the West Eurasian haplogroups (H and K), whereas Y chromosomal DNA analysis revealed only the West Eurasian haplogroup R1a1a in the male individuals.Our results demonstrated that the Xiaohe people were an admixture from populations originating from both the West and the East, implying that the Tarim Basin had been occupied by an admixed population since the early Bronze Age. To our knowledge, this is the earliest genetic evidence of an admixed population settled in the Tarim Basin.The Tarim Basin in western China, positioned at a critical site on the ancient Silk Road, has played a significant role in the history of human migration, cultural developments and communications between the East and the West. It became famous due to the discovery of many well-preserved mummies within the area. These mummies, especially the prehistoric Bronze Age 'Caucasoid' mummies, such as the 'Beauty of Loulan', have attracted extensive interest among scientists regarding who were these people and where did they come from.Based on analyses of human remains and other archaeological materials from the ancient cemeteries (dated from approximately the Bronze Age to the Iron Age), there is now widespread acceptance that the first residents of the Tarim Basin came from the West. This was followed, in stages, by the arrival of Eastern people following the Han Dynasty [1,2]. However, the exact time when the admixture of the East and the West occurred in this area is still obscure [3]. In 2000, the Xinjiang Archaeological Institute rediscovered a very important Bronze Age site, the Xiaohe cemetery, by utilizing a device employing the global positioning system. The rediscovery of this cemetery provided an invaluable opportunity to further investigate the migrations of ancient populations in the region.The Xiaohe cemetery (40°20'11"N, 88°40'20.3"E) is located in the Taklamakan Desert of north
Ancient DNA Analysis of Mid-Holocene Individuals from the Northwest Coast of North America Reveals Different Evolutionary Paths for Mitogenomes
Yinqiu Cui, John Lindo, Cris E. Hughes, Jesse W. Johnson, Alvaro G. Hernandez, Brian M. Kemp, Jian Ma, Ryan Cunningham, Barbara Petzelt, Joycellyn Mitchell, David Archer, Jerome S. Cybulski, Ripan S. Malhi
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0066948
Abstract: To gain a better understanding of North American population history, complete mitochondrial genomes (mitogenomes) were generated from four ancient and three living individuals of the northern Northwest Coast of North America, specifically the north coast of British Columbia, Canada, current home to the indigenous Tsimshian, Haida, and Nisga’a. The mitogenomes of all individuals were previously unknown and assigned to new sub-haplogroup designations D4h3a7, A2ag and A2ah. The analysis of mitogenomes allows for more detailed analyses of presumed ancestor–descendant relationships than sequencing only the HVSI region of the mitochondrial genome, a more traditional approach in local population studies. The results of this study provide contrasting examples of the evolution of Native American mitogenomes. Those belonging to sub-haplogroups A2ag and A2ah exhibit temporal continuity in this region for 5000 years up until the present day. Of possible associative significance is that archaeologically identified house structures in this region maintain similar characteristics for this same period of time, demonstrating cultural continuity in residence patterns. The individual dated to 6000 years before present (BP) exhibited a mitogenome belonging to sub-haplogroup D4h3a. This sub-haplogroup was earlier identified in the same general area at 10300 years BP on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska, and may have gone extinct, as it has not been observed in any living individuals of the Northwest Coast. The presented case studies demonstrate the different evolutionary paths of mitogenomes over time on the Northwest Coast.
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