Adolescent performers' perspectives on mental toughness and its development: The utility of the bioecological
Therefore, in future physiological or bioecological
studies, this equation can be confidently used to estimate the physiological rates in terms of DW of the animals found indirectly from their LW.
Nature-nurture reconceptualized in developmental perspective: a bioecological
Making human beings human: Bioecological
perspectives on human development.
The research was informed by Bronfenbrenner's bioecological
model of child development, which places the child at the centre of a complex system of contexts that influences their development (Hayes, O'Toole & Halpenny, 2017).
Therefore, the knowledge of the bioecological
characteristics, as well as the behavior of the resistant and susceptible weed, becomes necessary to establish management strategies aiming at the prevention of resistance.
Determination of some bioecological
characteristics of crab species Liocarcinus vernalis and Pachygrapsus marmoratus of Trabzon coasts.
Although Bronfenbrenner's acclaimed bioecological
theory (Bronfenbrenner & Ceci, 1994) takes into account many of the environmental dimensions that affect an individual's development, his model is limited to addressing the purely cultural structures called the microsystem, mesosystem, exosystem, and macrosystem.
These are policies; operations; management; sociocultural ecotourism products and services; economic benefits; financing/enterprise building; bioecological
features; and facilities.