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Framework for Assessing Financial Literacy and Superannuation Investment Choice Decisions
Natalie Gallery,Cameron Newton,Chrisann Palm
Australasian Accounting Business and Finance Journal , 2011,
Abstract: There is a worldwide trend towards rapidly growing defined contribution pension funds in terms of assets andmembership, and the choices available to individuals. This has shifted the decisionmaking responsibility tofund members for managing the investment of their retirement savings. This change has given rise to aphenomenon where most superannuation fund members are responsible for either actively choosing orpassively relying on their funds’ default investment options. Prior research identifies that deficiencies infinancial literacy is one of the causes of inertia in financial decision-making and findings from internationaland Australian studies show that financial illiteracy is wide-spread. Given the potential significant economicand social consequences of poor financial decision-making in superannuation matters, this paper proposes aframework by which the various demographic, social and contextual factors that influence fund members’financial literacy and its association with investment choice decisions are explored. Enhanced theoretical andempirical understanding of the factors that are associated with active/passive investment choice decisionswould enable development of well-targeted financial education programs.
Notice: Recent publications of the National Gallery of Victoria
National Gallery of Victoria
Journal of Art Historiography , 2011,
Abstract: The history of publishing at the NGV is a strong one, with catalogues and books of outstanding quality having been produced for over a century. In this anniversary year, some special publications are appearing, which celebrate the NGV’s rich history and showcase its collections and curatorial skills and achievements.
Notice: 150 Years of the National Gallery of Victoria
National Gallery of Victoria
Journal of Art Historiography , 2011,
Abstract: Press office statement celebrating the 150th anniversary of the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
Multidimensional Wave Field Signal Theory: Transfer Function Relationships
Natalie Baddour
Mathematical Problems in Engineering , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/478295
Abstract: The transmission of information by propagating or diffusive waves is common to many fields of engineering and physics. Such physical phenomena are governed by a Helmholtz (real wavenumber) or pseudo-Helmholtz (complex wavenumber) equation. Since these equations are linear, it would be useful to be able to use tools from signal theory in solving related problems. The aim of this paper is to derive multidimensional input/output transfer function relationships in the spatial domain for these equations in order to permit such a signal theoretic approach to problem solving. This paper presents such transfer function relationships for the spatial (not Fourier) domain within appropriate coordinate systems. It is shown that the relationships assume particularly simple and computationally useful forms once the appropriate curvilinear version of a multidimensional spatial Fourier transform is used. These results are shown for both real and complex wavenumbers. Fourier inversion of these formulas would have applications for tomographic problems in various modalities. In the case of real wavenumbers, these inversion formulas are presented in closed form, whereby an input can be calculated from a given or measured wavefield.
Authentic teaching and learning through synthetic biology
Natalie Kuldell
Journal of Biological Engineering , 2007, DOI: 10.1186/1754-1611-1-8
Abstract: "Plant a carrot get a carrot, not a Brussels sprout" sings a musical theater character in The Fantasticks [1], aptly contrasting the predictability of gardening over childrearing. Map this idea to education and it seems teaching more closely resembles horticulture than parenting. Traditional metrics and standards around education often restrict educators to fixed lesson plans and syllabi, many of which have not changed since teachers were students themselves. Such preset teaching agendas enable students to achieve predictable, measurable learning outcomes and provide a framework to till a uniform garden of carrots (or geneticists or physicists or computer programmers). This educational framework, however, leaves little to no room for students to wrestle with the flexible thinking and uncertainty that characterize true discovery. It minimally connects information at the boundaries of traditional disciplines. An alternative teaching model establishes collaboration between teacher and student, providing a more student-centered learning experience than traditional didactic or Socratic methods. Though the measurement tools for this kind of collaborative learning are blunt, it remains clear that an effective and lasting education must inspire student innovation, creativity, and confidence giving rise to a garden full of individuals who are independent, skillful and responsible thinkers.Synthetic biology is particularly well suited to collaborative and integrated learning but it should not be automatically lumped with all "interdisciplinary" approaches to problem solving. The catch-phrase "interdisciplinary" has grown popular in both education and research [2-7]. Reductionist approaches to understanding that tease systems apart are currently less fashionable than integrative efforts that draw from traditionally distinct specialties to more fully describe the whole. However, despite seeming inherently interdisciplinary, synthetic biology is, in fact, not. It does not simply
A ética relacional: uma prática de ressonancia interpessoal
Depraz, Natalie;
Revista do Departamento de Psicologia. UFF , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-80232005000200003
Abstract: we analyze relational ethics within the scope of phenomenological/existential studies related to the problem of donation. the distinction between "donation with return" and "donation without return" is discussed in connection with an incarnated and specified ethics, which grants the right to personal singularity and irreducibility to the other. we investigate this ethics of measurement in the context of the clinical experience of the team of rapid intervention in crisis. such ethics is based on: 1) the restoration of the dimension of the personal subject in the patient, as opposed to his reifying objectivation; 2) the practice of the dynamic epoché in immanent resonance with a personalized plurality of subjects; 3) the experience donation as the simple capacity to accept receiving the donation of the other, and bring out the authentic ethos of eros as the experience of availability to the every day life; 4) the activation of the antinomic functioning of the psyche in order to re-open the infinite potentialities of relating to the other.
Evaluación de la escala Borg de esfuerzo percibido aplicada a la rehabilitación cardiaca
Burkhalter, Natalie;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 1996, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11691996000300006
Abstract: borg's perceived exertion scale measures the extent of perceived exertion which a person experiences during exercise. the perceived exertion scale is used to adjust exercise intensity (workload) for predictions and prescriptions of exercise intensities in sports and medical rehabilitation (borg, 1982). in addition, borg's scale can be used in the athletic arena, space, industry, military settings, or under everyday circumstances. the concept of perceived exertion is a subjective rating, indicating the subject's opinion about the intensity of the work being performed (morgan, 1973). the task of exercising subjects is to assign a number (from 1-20) to represent the subjective sensation of the amount of work being performed. this is a valuable tool in human performance setting, where an important consideration is not "what the individual is doing, but what he thinks and is doing" (morgan, 1973).
The conveniently forgotten human rights of the Rohingya
Natalie Brinham
Forced Migration Review , 2012,
Abstract: As stateless Rohingya in Burma face containment in IDP camps andwithin their homes and communities in what is effectively segregation,their human rights are on the whole being ignored by countries keeneither to support reform in Burma or to return refugees who have fledto their shores.
Raabes narrativ inszenierter Bilddiskurs als (gesellschafts-) kritischer Aufbruch Richtung Moderne?
Natalie Moser
Textpraxis : Digitales Journal für Philologie , 2010,
Abstract: Das Verh ltnis von Literatur und Gesellschaft l sst sich an Wilhelm Raabes sp tem Text Pfisters Mühle als textexterner Antrieb und als textinternes Strukturmoment aufzeigen. Die Frage nach der poetologischen Relevanz des Textes wird textintern aufgegriffen, indem die Kopplung von Frage und potentiellen Antworten durch einen narrativ inszenierten Bilddiskurs dargestellt wird. Dieser Bilddiskurs bildet die Folie für eine narrative Selbstreflexion, anhand derer sich die Zeitlosigkeit und Aktualisierbarkeit des Textes zeigt. Pfisters Mühle kann als eine Form von poetologischer Reflexion verstanden werden, da der Text erz hlend dem Erz hlen auf den Grund geht und zugleich Narration und Metanarration ist. Gleichzeitig wird auf die Unm glichkeit eines abschlie enden Metadiskurses verwiesen.
From the Frying Pan Into the Fire (and Back Again): Adventures in Subject-Based, Credit Instruction
Natalie Tagge
In the Library with the Lead Pipe , 2012,
Abstract: My best experience as a teacher-librarian was leading a credit, semester-long course while a librarian at the University of Illinois Springfield (UIS) during which my students came to care deeply about the topical content and used their developing research skills to further their engagement. For librarians, though, this is the exception rather than the [...]
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