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Wisdom : its nature, origins, and development / ed. by Robert J. Sternberg

Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1990. - X-339 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. - Notes bibliogr. Index. ISBN 0-521-36718Sommaire : Part I. Approaches to the study of wisdom 1. Understanding wisdom Part II. Approaches informed by philosophical conceptions of wisdom 2. Wisdom through the ages 3. The psychology of wisdom : an evolution interpretation 4. Widom as integrated thought : historical and developmental perspectives Part III. Approaches informed by folk conceptions of wisdom 5. Toward a psychology of wisdom and its ontogenesis 6. Wisdom in a postapocalyptic age 7. Wisdom and its relations to intelligence and creativity 8. The study of wise persons : integrating a personality perspective Part IV. Approaches informed by psychodevelopment 9. The loss of wisdom 10. Wisdom and reflective judgement : kniwing in the face of uncertainty 11. Wisdom : the art of problem finding 12. An essay on wisdom : toward organismic processes that make it possible 13. Conceptualizing wisdom : the primacy of affect-cognition relations Part V. Integration of approaches and viewpoints 14. The elements of wisdom : overview and integration

Academic tribes and territories : intellectual enquiry and the culture of disciplines / Tony Becher and Paul R. Trowler

2nd ed. - Buckingham : Open university press, 2001. - 1 vol. (xv-238 p.) ; 23 cm. - Bibliogr. p. [213]-235. Index. ISBN 0-335-20627-1 How do academics perceive themselves and colleagues in their own disciplines, and how do they rate those in other subjects? How closely related are their intellectual tasks and their ways of organizing their professional lives? What are the interconnections between academic cultures and the nature of disciplines? Academic Tribes and Territories maps academic knowledge and explores the diverse characteristics of those who inhabit and cultivate it. This second edition provides a thorough update to Tony Becher's classic text, first published in 1989, and incorporates research findings and new theoretical perspectives. Fundamental changes in the nature of higher education and in the academic's role are reviewed and their significance for academic cultures is assessed. This edition moves beyond the first edition's focus on elite universities and the research role to examine academic cultures in lower status institutions internationally and to place a new emphasis on issues of gender and ethnicity. This second edition successfully renews a classic in the field of higher education. [Source : d'après la 4e de couverture]

The intellectual and social organization of the sciences / Richard Whitley

2e éd. - New York : Oxford University Press, cop. 2000. - 1 vol. (319 p.) ; 22 cm. - 1ere édition publiée en 1984. 2e édition publiée en 2000, réimprimée en 2006. - Notes bibliogr. Index. ISBN 0-19-924053-1 (rel.). - ISBN 0-19-924045-0 (br.) Sommaire : 1. The modern sciences as reputational work organizations 2. Reputational control over scientific work and the growth of employment opportunities for scientists 3. The degree of mutual dependence between scientists and the organization of scientific fields 4. The degree of task uncertainty and the organization of scientific fields 5. The organizational structure of scientific fields 6. The contexts of scientific fields 7. Relationships between scientific fields and changes in the organization of the sciences

Pleasure with products : beyond usability / William S. Green et Patrick W. Jordan

London ; New York : Taylor & Francis, cop. 2002. - 1 vol. (vii-390 p.) : ill. ; 25 cm. - Ref. bibliogr. en fin de chapitre. Index. ISBN 0-415-23704-1 (Rel.) During the past five years or so, there as been a significant paradigm shift in the role of hhuman in product design. Previously; good design focused almost exclusively on the user's physical and cognitive processing capabilities and on product usability ; but increased recognition is now being given to "pleasure-based" human factors and the wider lifestyle issues of the user. Looking at hopes, dreams, values and aspirations emphases the holistic nature at the person-product intercation. Usability may once have been seen as an added bonus, but consumers now tend to be disappointed if they have any difficulties in using a product, their contribution must extend beyond these usability issues to capture the product's sensorial and aesthetic qualities : whatever makes it real joy to use. This involves recognition of the traditional designer's skills and a qillingness to deal with qualitative issues and judgements in the generation and assessment of the entire user-product interface. This book gives an overview of the state-of-the-art in new human factors approaches and consists of specially invited contributions from leading practitioners in both industry and academia. These outline the latest developments and techniques in industrial applications and research in this rapidly processing field. It will prove essential reading for all human factors specialists involved in design ; and for designers who care about the usability of their products. [Source : d'après la 4e de couverture]

Group creativity : innovation through collaboration / edited by Paul B. Paulus and Bernard A. Nijstad

Oxford : Oxford University Press, cop. 2003. - 1 vol. (XIII-346 p.) : ill., couv. ill. ; 24 cm. - Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index. ISBN 978-0-19-514730-8 (rel.) Sommaire : 1. Group creativity : An introduction Part 1 : Group process and creativity 2. The constraining effects of initial ideas 3. Diversity and creativity in work groups : A dynamic perspective on the affective and cognitive processes that link diversity and performance 4. Better than individuals ? The potential benefits of dissent and diversity for group creativity 5. Group creativity and collective choice 6. Ideational creativity in groups : Lessons from research on brainstorming 7. Cognitive stimulation and interference in idea generating groups 8. Electronic brainstorming : Theory, research, and future directions Part 2 : Group creativity in context 9. Is the social psychology of creativity really social ? Moving beyond a focus on the individual 10. Newcomer innovation in work teams 11. The group as mentor : Social capital and the systems model of creativity 12. Creativity and innovation implementation in teams 13. Learning from direct and indirect experience in organizations : The effects of experience content, timing, and distribution 14. Creative cultures, nations, and civilizations : Strategies and results 15. Group creativity : Common themes and future directions

Handbook of organizational creativity / edited by Michael D. Mumford,....

First edition. - Amsterdam : Elsevier : Academic Press, cop. 2012. - 1 vol. (XVI-737 p.) : ill., couv. ill. en coul. ; 25 cm. Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index. ISBN 978-0-12-374714-3 (rel.). - EAN 9780123747143 Sommaire : A) Introduction B) Individual Level Influences C) Group Level Influences D) Organizational Level Influences E) Interventions F) Conclusions

Product experience / editors, Hendrik N. J. Schifferstein & Paul Hekkert

1st ed. - San Diego (CA) : Elsevier, cop. 2008. - 1 vol. (xxiii-662 p.) : couv. ill en coul., ill. ; 27 cm. - RĂŠimpression : 2009. Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index. ISBN 978-0-08-045089-6 (rel.). - ISBN 0-08-045089-X (rel.) Sommaire : Introduction (H.N.J. Schifferstein & P. Hekkert) Part I : From the human perspective A. Senses B. Capacities & skills Part II : From the interaction perspective A. The aesthetic experience B. The experience of meaning C. The emotional experience D. Specific experiences and approaches Part III : From the product perspective A. Digital products B. Non-durables C. Environments

Principles of heat and mass transfer : international student version / Frank P. Incropera,...David P. Dewitt,... Theodore L. Bergman,... Adrienne S. Lavine,....

Seventh edition. - Hoboken (N. J.) : J. Wiley & Sons, cop. 2013. - 1 vol. (XXIII-1048 p.) : ill., couv. ill. en coul. ; 26 cm. - Notes bibliographiques. Index. ISBN 978-0-470-64615-1 (br.) Sommaire : CHAPTER 1 Introduction CHAPTER 2 Introduction to Conduction CHAPTER 3 One-Dimensional, Steady-State Conduction CHAPTER 4 Two-Dimensional, Steady-State Conduction CHAPTER 5 Transient Conduction CHAPTER 6 Introduction to Convection CHAPTER 7 External Flow CHAPTER 8 Internal Flow CHAPTER 9 Free Convection CHAPTER 10 Boiling and Condensation CHAPTER 11 Heat Exchangers CHAPTER 13 Radiation Exchange Between Surfaces CHAPTER 14 Diffusion Mass transfer

Masselottage en moulage sable / [Centre technique des industries de la fonderie]

Sèvres : Ed. techniques des industries de la fonderie, 1994 (85-Le Poiré-sur-Vie : Impr. IGO.). - 176 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. Bibliogr. p. 173-176. ISBN 2-7119-0155-6 (br.) Sommaire : Introduction I. Phénomènes de volume au cours de la solidification des alliages II. Phénomènes thermiques au cours de la solidification des alliages III. Analyse de la forme IV. Règles de masselottage V. Exemples d'applications de la méthode

Designing pleasurable products : an introduction to the new human factors / Patrick W. Jordan

Boca Raton (Fla.) : Taylor & Francis, cop. 2000. - 1 vol. (viii216 p.) : ill., couv. ill. ; 23 cm. - Bibliogr. p. 207-210. Index. ISBN 0-415-29887-3 (br.). - ISBN 978-0-415-29887-2 (br.) Sommaire : 1. Pleasure with products : beyond usability 2. The four pleasures 3. Creating pleasurable products 4. Methods 5. Conclusions

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