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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors:
Katalin Ihász
,
Szilvia Marton
,
Enikő Fehér
,
Krisztián Bányai
, and
Szilvia L. Farkas

together on the phylogenetic trees with, the sequences of multiple strains named University of Helsinki vrus 3 (UVH-3). Fig. 1. Maximum-likelihood phylogenetic trees based on the nt sequence of the RNA

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functions for the evaluation of Landsat imagery, in order to extract four main classes of land use: agricultural land, vacant land, built-up land, and green vegetation. These land-use classes were extracted using maximum likelihood classification (MLC) as

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robust to the normality (i.e., restricted maximum likelihood, REML) ( Pigott, 2012 ). The I 2 statistic was used to assess statistical heterogeneity, with values of 25%, 50%, and 75

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References Carrera , J. , S.P. Neuman 1986 a: Estimation of aquifer parameters under transient and steady state conditions. 1. Maximum likelihood method

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The Development of a Shortened Hungarian Version of the Savoring Beliefs Inventory

A Savoring Hiedelmek Kérdőív rövidített magyar változatának kidolgozása

Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors:
Henriett Nagy
,
Tímea Magyaródi
,
András Vargha
, and
Attila Oláh

outlooks . Annual Review of Psychology , 44 , 1 – 21 . Maydeu-Olivares , A . ( 2017 ). Maximum likelihood estimation of structural equation models for continuous data: Standard errors and goodness of fit . Structural Equation Modeling: A

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phylogenetic analysis. This dataset was resampled 1,000 times to generate bootstrap values. Phylogenetic analysis was conducted with the Maximum Likelihood method (Jukes–Cantor model) by using MEGA 7.0. In one faecal sample, the DNA of Sarcocystis morae was

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A Spirituális Egészségés Életorientáció Kérdőív (SHALOM) magyar nyelvű adaptációja és pszichometriai elemzése

Adaptation and psychometric analysis of the Hungarian version of the Spiritual Health and Life-Orientation Measure (SHALOM)

Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors:
Gusztáv József Tornóczky
,
Miklós Bánhidi
,
István Karsai
,
Henriett Nagy
, and
Sándor Rózsa

. Anderson , J. C ., & Gerbing , D. W . ( 1984 ). The effect of sampling error on convergence, improper solutions, and goodness-of-fit indices for maximum likelihood confirmatory factoranalysis . Psychometrika , 49 , 155 – 173 . Beaton , D. E

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we regard as a kind of motivational factor. By factor analysis, we separate two attitudes: the competitive and the health-promoting attitude (maximum likelihood method, direct oblimin rotation, explained variance: 48.9%, KMO: 0.770). We would also

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A jóllét és a mentális egészség mérése: a Mentális Egészség Teszt

Measuring well-being and mental health: The Mental Health Test

Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors:
András Vargha
,
Virág Zábó
,
Regina Török
, and
Attila Oláh

. Martos , T. , Szabó , G. , & Rózsa , S. ( 2006 ). Az Aspirációs Index rövidített változatának pszichometriai jellemzői hazai mintán . Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika , 7 , 171 – 191 . Maydeu-Olivares , A. ( 2017 ). Maximum likelihood

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and conceptual models of the scale. First, Caplan ( 2010 ) conducted a maximum likelihood confirmatory factor analysis (CFI) on the scale, which exhibited good construct validity as well as good discriminant and convergent validity. Next, the

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