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2022 ◽  
Vol 104 ◽  
pp. 285-291
Seungmi Kwak ◽  
Jaehwang Kim ◽  
Hongsheng Ding ◽  
Xuesong Xu ◽  
Ruirun Chen ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 2 (1) ◽  
pp. 22-33
Ali Eryılmaz ◽  
Dilay Batum ◽  
Kemal Feyzi Ergin

Abstract. Every day, individuals can encounter events which cause them to check their wishes and impulses. They need to provide self-control in the face of these events. It is observed that psychotherapies aimed at increasing self-control are limited. Positive psychotherapy, which is a structural and analytical psychotherapeutic method, can expand our viewpoint on this subject. Structures in positive psychotherapy were examined in the context of using the balance model, coupled with the ability of self-control. The dependent variable of the research is self-control, the independent variable is positive psychotherapy structures. Of the 151 (52.6%) of the participants (52.6%) were women, 136 (47.4%) were men. The Personal Information Form, which was created by the researcher as a data collection tool, the self-control scales and Wiesbaden positive psychotherapy and family therapy inventory were used. Multiple regression analysis was performed during the analysis of the data. As a result of multiple regression analysis, primary abilities (r = .51, r2 = .26; f = 11.840; p <.01), secondary abilities (r = .52, r2 = .27; f = 9.209; p <.01) and the balance model (r = .39, R2 = .15; f = 11.964; p <.01) significantly announced the self-control. According to the results of the analysis, patience, relationship, hope, and love are among the primary abilities; the secondary abilities are honesty, achievement, conformity and fairness. From the balance model, it was revealed that success and body were a significant predictor of self-control.

2022 ◽  
Vol 4 (3) ◽  
pp. 867-879
Risal Rinofah ◽  
Pristin Prima Sari ◽  
Heni   Nur Amrina

The purpose of this study is to find out whether the effect of Market Value Added, Profitability, and Market Value Added on stock price. Sampling in this study is a purposive sampling method. Then the data is tested using multiple regression analysis. The results of the t test showed that the Economic Value Added has a signification value of 0,018 which means smaller than 0,05 and the calculated value of -2.441<t tablel 2.00758 then H1 is accepted. Profitability has a signification value of 0,034 greater than 0,05 and a calculated value of 2.182>t table 2.00758 then H2 is accepted, Market Value Added has significant  value of 0,223 greater than 0,05 and the value of t calculated -1.235<t table 2.00758 then H3 is rejected. The results of the F test showed that Economic Value Added, Profitability, Market Value Added have a calculated F value of 2,933 and sig. 0,042. Because the value F calculated 2.933>F table 2.773 and sig. value 0,042<0,05. It can be concluded that partially Economic Value Added has a significant negative effect on stock price, Profitability has a significant effect on stock price, Market Value Added has no significant effect on stock price and simultaneously Economic Value Added, Profitability, Market Value Added has a significant effect on stock price Keywords: Economic Value Added, Profitabilitas, Market Value Added, Stock Price

2022 ◽  
Vol 4 (3) ◽  
pp. 880-894
Ana Marfuah ◽  
Kusuma Chandra Kirana ◽  
Didik Subiyanto

This research aims to determine the effect of competence and work ethic on work performance with motivation as a moderating variable. In this study using a population of all employees of PT. Sapta Sentosa Jaya Abadi Muko-Muko with a total of 70 respondents, the sampling technique used saturated sampling with questionnaires which were distributed to all employees of PT. Sapta Sentosa Jaya Abadi Muko-Muko. This research is a quantitative research. Data analysis techniques used in this research are descriptive analysis, multiple regression analysis, and Moderate Regression Analysis (MRA). The results of this study indicate that the competence variable has a positive and significant effect on work performance, the work ethic variable has a positive and significant effect on work performance, the motivation variable has a positive and significant effect on work performance, the motivation variable can moderate competence on work performance, The motivation variable cannot moderate work ethic on work performance Keywords: Motivation, Competence, Work Ethic, Work Performance

2022 ◽  
Vol 4 (1) ◽  
Andi Riyanto ◽  
Syarwani Canon ◽  
Ivan Rahmad Santoso

This study aims to determine the factors that influence the distribution of income in Sulawesi. The data used is data sourced from the Central Statistics Agency, for the period 2011-2020 in 6 Sulawesi Island Provinces. The method used is multiple regression analysis with the help of the eviews 9 application. The results show that per capita expenditure has a positive and significant effect on income distribution, average years of schooling has a negative and significant effect on income distribution, life expectancy has a negative but not significant effect on income distribution.

2022 ◽  
Vol 12 ◽  
Eiichiro Watamura ◽  
Tomohiro Ioku ◽  
Toshihiro Wakebe

Theoretically, people’s justification of a sentencing decision involves a hybrid structure comprising retribution, incapacitation, general deterrence, and rehabilitation. In this study, a new ratio-type measure was developed to assess this structure and was tested to detect changes in the weighting of justification according to the content emphasized in a particular crime. Two child neglect scenarios were presented to participants, where they read either a severe-damage scenario (where a single mother’s selfish neglect caused her son’s death) or a moderate-damage scenario (where a single mother became apathetic due to economic deprivation and caused her child’s debilitation). Participants then indicated the proportion of importance they placed on each justification in determining the defendant’s punishment, with an overall proportion of 100%, along with responding to the sentence on an 11-point scale. This study involved a two-factor analysis of variance for justification ratios, a t-test for the sentence, and a multiple regression analysis with three demographic variables, the four justifications as independent variables, and the sentence as the dependent variable. The ratio of retribution to rehabilitation was reversed depending on the scenario: in the severe-damage scenario, retribution was weighted highest at 27.0% and rehabilitation was weighted at only 19.0%. By contrast, in the moderate-damage scenario, rehabilitation had the highest weighting of about 26.2%, while retribution was weighted at 21.5%. The sentence was more severe in the severe-damage scenario. Multiple regression analysis suggested that in the severe-damage scenario, most participants failed to deviate from choosing retribution by default and decided on heavier sentences, while some who considered rehabilitation and incapacitation opted for lighter sentences. The present measure succeeded in detecting changes in the weighting of justification, which can be difficult to detect with common Likert Scales. In addition, it was found that not only retribution but utilitarian justification was considered in the sentencing decisions of serious cases.

2022 ◽  
Vol 9 (1) ◽  
pp. 167-174
Zata Hasyyati

This study is aimed to investigate the relationship of tourism budget, inflation, interest rate on economic growth in Indonesia in 2011 – 2020. Data was gathered from Central Bureau of Statistics (Badan Pusat Statistik/BPS) and Ministry of Finance (Kementerian Keuangan/Kemenkeu). The data were analyzed using the multiple regression analysis after fulfilling all of the classical assumption tests. It showed that the inflation and interest rate have significant positive impact while tourism budget has insignificant negative impact on economic growth. In this case, monetary policy tends to be efficiently implemented at the level of promoting growth. However, Indonesia is still early on hoping significant contribution of tourism sector. Keywords: Tourism Budget, Inflation, Interest Rate, Economic Growth, GDP, Multiple Regression Analysis.

Obesity Facts ◽  
2022 ◽  
Masahiro Ohira ◽  
Kazuki Abe ◽  
Takashi Yamaguchi ◽  
Hiroki Onda ◽  
Shuhei Yamaoka ◽  

Introduction: Bariatric surgery (BS) has beneficial effects on body weight and type 2 diabetes. However, 44–52%, 20–40%, and 19–25% of patients with type 2 diabetes who undergo sleeve gastrectomy, sleeve gastrectomy with duodenal-jejunal bypass, and Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, respectively, show insufficient improvement 1 year after BS. It is thus important to predict the improvement in type 2 diabetes before BS. Many hormones are related to hyperglycemia. However, the relationship between hormones and improvement in type 2 diabetes after BS has not been studied. We aimed to evaluate the relationship between the improvement in type 2 diabetes and hormones in patients with obesity and type 2 diabetes who underwent BS. Methods: We retrospectively reviewed 79 patients with obesity and type 2 diabetes who underwent BS, with a follow-up period of 12 months. We analyzed the relationship between some clinical parameters and complete remission (CR) of type 2 diabetes after BS. Patients were divided in two groups (type 2 diabetes CR and non-CR). Multiple regression analysis was performed to determine the parameters associated with type 2 diabetes resolution after BS. Results: BS significantly improved body weight and glucose metabolism. Preoperative liver function, glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c), insulin secretion (homeostatic model assessment [HOMA]2-%B), renin activity, plasma aldosterone level, and duration of type 2 diabetes were significantly different between the CR and non-CR groups. Multiple regression analysis showed that preoperative HbA1c, HOMA2-%B, aldosterone concentration, and duration of type 2 diabetes were predictors of CR of type 2 diabetes after BS. Plasma aldosterone was the strongest predictor. Discussion/Conclusion: Preoperative plasma aldosterone levels were related to the CR of type 2 diabetes after BS. Measuring plasma aldosterone levels preoperatively is useful for predicting the CR of type 2 diabetes after BS.

Irineu Loturco ◽  
Lucas A. Pereira ◽  
Francisco Alvarez-Dacal ◽  
Jonathan Martinez-Maseda ◽  
Tomás T. Freitas ◽  

The aim of this study was to examine the interrelationships between direct (sprint and change-of-direction [COD] velocities) and indirect measures (COD-deficit [CODD], deceleration deficit [DD], and sprint momentum) of speed-related performances in young badminton players. Thirty young male badminton players (age: 16.8 ± 1.4 years; body-mass: 61.5 ± 7.9 kg; height: 170 ± 5.8 cm) performed a 20-m sprint followed by 505 COD tests, on the same day. A Pearson product moment test was applied to determine the relationships among variables. A multiple regression analysis was used to verify whether the combination of CODD and DD increased the capacity to predict COD performance. Large and significant relationships were observed between COD and linear sprint velocity and sprint momentum ( r ranging from 0.62 to 0.84; P < 0.05). COD velocity revealed a moderate significant ( r  = −0.38) and a small non-significant ( r  = 0.29) relationship with CODD and DD, respectively. The multiple regression model combining CODD and DD explained 44% of the variance in COD performance. In summary, young badminton players who sprint faster are equally faster in COD manoeuvres but present higher levels of CODD and DD. Coaches should be aware that faster badminton players may exhibit greater magnitudes of CODD-DD, thus requiring specific interventions to optimize the transition between high deceleration and (re) acceleration phases.

2022 ◽  
Hanan Daghash

Background: Nurses have been under heavy workloads since the outbreak of COVID-19 and are at a high risk of infection, leading to a high level of psychosocial risk. This can adversely affect nurses both psychologically and physically. Burnout is caused by prolonged stress during work. In the nursing profession, burnout is common, potentially affecting the well-being of nurses and their productivity. The identification of factors that may contribute to maintaining mental health and reducing burnout among frontline nurses during a pandemic is essential. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore how personal resilience, social support, and organizational support impact burnout among frontline staff nurses. Methods: This study involved 129 registered nurses from a COVID-19 designated hospital using four standardized scales. Results: The mean age of the respondents was 29.46 years (standard deviation = 4.89). The mean number of years respondents worked in this organization was 5.60 years and the nursing profession was 4.16 years. Most of the respondents were female and held a bachelor's degree in nursing. Multiple regression analysis was performed to predict burnout. Burnout was statistically significantly predicted by the multiple regression model (R2 = .420, F (3, 125) = 10.941, p < .0001; adjusted R2 = .406). Personal resilience, social support, and organizational support added statistically significantly to the prediction of burnout (p < .05). Conclusion: Findings from multiple regression analysis showed that nurses with low resilience and those who perceived inadequate social and organizational support had a higher risk of reporting more burnout. As a result of a bivariate analysis, there was no significant correlation between nurse variables and burnout level, except for age, which was negatively correlated with burnout level. Accordingly, young nurses tend to experience burnout, and nurse directors and managers must address this problem.

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