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Authors: Katalin Szőcs, Tibor Kárász, Hussam Saleh, Andrea Szabó, Mihály Csöndes, Nóra Dancs, Márta Jánoki, Zoltán Horváth, and István Rácz

583 589 Villanueva, C., Balanzo, J., Torras, X. és mtsai: Value of second-look endoscopy after injection therapy for bleeding peptic ulcer: a prospective and

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sought to examine how much these responsible gambling messages are looked at, in comparison to other gambling-related, text-based messages that occur within the same advertisement ( Rayner, Rotello, Stewart, Keir, & Duffy, 2001 ). Despite a recent

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Becker, G. E (1993): The economic way of looking at behavior. Journal of Political Economy 101(3): 385–401. Becker G. E. The economic way

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look at sociosexuality and its effects on courtship and romantic relationships . Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 95 , 1113 – 1135 . Perilloux , C. , Easton , J. & Buss , D. ( 2012 ). The misperception of sexual interest

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, d EDBT Looking back to the results of our previous study (Sakr and Alomari 2011 ) where we presented the list of the scholars with the highest number of publications (top publishers) in the major core database

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latency advantage in Serbian and Croatian. Thus, in a similar vein, one might look for the cognitively most salient form(s) within a verb paradigm. Note, furthermore, that although it seems legitimate to ask whether the citation-form may be a salient form

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Dolgozatomban a tekintet motívumának három különböző, ám egymással szorosan összefüggő megjelenését elemzem. A látási vonatkozás mindháromnál metaforikus, Pindaros értékrendszerének és hitvallásának szemléletes kifejezője. A költő tekintete különbözik aszerint, hogy a dalnok a dicsőítést vagy a rágalmazást választja életcéljául. Az atléta és az isten tekintete hasonlóan zárt képi-gondolati szerkezetbe illeszkedik. A tanulmány több hely és vers értelmezését új fénybe állítja, így például a 4. nemeai és 8. pythói óda egy-egy rendkívül vitatott részletét.

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Due to the occurrence of considerable areas of wetlands in the world, the wise, sustainable use of these lands is one of major importance for ecologists and agriculturists. As the presence of indicator species and plant communities can be a measure of the compatibility between plants and edaphic conditions in these regions, the ecological niches of plant species in part of the southern coastal areas of the Caspian Sea have been studied to show the correlation of each species with its own habitat. The plant communities were separated with Ward's cluster analysis. The correlation of these communities and plant species with environmental factors was investigated with the CCA method, using PC-Ordination-4 software. The results showed that the soil EC, water table, soil pH, SAR and ESP were 14-157 dS/m, 0-240 cm, 6.5-8.5, 13.4-84.8 and 2-55%, respectively. This range of values, in addition to creating ecological niches for species with different ecological roles, was also effective in the formation of plant communities. The analysis of vegetation and soil data with the CCA method showed the relationships between soil factors and vegetation. In spite of the dominance of the species Halocnemum strobilaceum in all the plant communities, the correlation of this species with plant species such as Aeluropus littoralis, Salicornia europaea, Aeluropus lagopoides, Salsola aurantia and Puccinella distans in relation to changes in EC, water table, pH, SAR and ESP, is important from the point of view of sustaining the physical environment and ecological function. The simplification of these ecosystems (by drainage, agriculture, etc.) may disturb the natural equilibrium. As these ecosystems are susceptible and changes in their use are costly from the ecological and economic points of view, the wise use of ecosystems in their natural forms (rangelands and habitats) is recommended to prevent the spread of salinity and to protect habitats and biodiversity.

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The case of Dr. Hwang Woo Suk, the South Korean stem-cell researcher, is arguably the highest profile case in the history of research misconduct. The discovery of Dr. Hwang’s fraud led to fierce criticism of the peer review process (at Science). To find answers to the question of why the journal peer review system did not detect scientific misconduct (falsification or fabrication of data) not only in the Hwang case but also in many other cases, an overview is needed of the criteria that editors and referees normally consider when reviewing a manuscript. Do they at all look for signs of scientific misconduct when reviewing a manuscript? We conducted a quantitative content analysis of 46 research studies that examined editors’ and referees’ criteria for the assessment of manuscripts and their grounds for accepting or rejecting manuscripts. The total of 572 criteria and reasons from the 46 studies could be assigned to nine main areas: (1) ‘relevance of contribution,’ (2) ‘writing / presentation,’ (3) ‘design / conception,’ (4) ‘method / statistics,’ (5) ‘discussion of results,’ (6) ‘reference to the literature and documentation,’ (7) ‘theory,’ (8) ‘author’s reputation / institutional affiliation,’ and (9) ‘ethics.’ None of the criteria or reasons that were assigned to the nine main areas refers to or is related to possible falsification or fabrication of data. In a second step, the study examined what main areas take on high and low significance for editors and referees in manuscript assessment. The main areas that are clearly related to the quality of the research underlying a manuscript emerged in the analysis frequently as important: ‘theory,’ ‘design / conception’ and ‘discussion of results.’

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