Statistical Analysis

  REFERENCES: Boneau, C. Alan (1960). “The effects of violations of assumptions underlying the t test”. Psychological Bulletin 57 (1): 49–64.


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Static vs. Flexible

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Standards and Best Practices in Building Damage Assessment

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The concept of motivation refers to the attempt of explaining reasons for the particular behavior. According to L. Curral and P. Marques-Quinteiro, “motivation is dependent on three psychological processes: arousal, direction and intensity” (Nate). The first process is determined by driving force that induces and stimulates further actions. Secondly, for the successful achievement of a