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    Chine : révolution culturelle ou contre-révolution ?

    Wang, Ming
    Moscou : Ed. de l'Agence de presse Novosti
    [1969]
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    Title: Chine : révolution culturelle ou contre-révolution ? / Wang Ming
    Author: Wang, Ming
    Publisher: Moscou : Ed. de l'Agence de presse Novosti
    Date: [1969]
    Format: 77 p. ; 17 cm
    Identifier: http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb351814247 (URN)
    RERO No.: R276389560
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    Façonné par la main du maître : autobiographie

    Wang, Ming-tao
    Roder, Thomas
    Thoune : Ed. Sénevé
    [1998]
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    Title: Façonné par la main du maître : autobiographie / Wang-Ming tao ; [trad. française: Thomas Roder]
    Author: Wang, Ming-tao
    Contributor: Roder, Thomas
    Publisher: Thoune : Ed. Sénevé
    Date: [1998]
    Format: 213 p. ; 21 cm
    RERO subject: Wang, Ming-tao
    RERO subject - form: [Biographies]
    Note: Traduit de: A stone made smooth
    Identifier: 2940100179 (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb42310941j (URN)
    RERO No.: R239208960
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    RE: “RECEIVER OPERATING CHARACTERISTIC CURVE INFERENCE FROM A SAMPLE WITH A LIMIT OF DETECTION”

    Wang, Ming, Li, Zheng, Reeves, Brian
    American Journal of Epidemiology, 2016, Vol. 184(7), pp.552-553 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
    Oxford University Press
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    Title: RE: “RECEIVER OPERATING CHARACTERISTIC CURVE INFERENCE FROM A SAMPLE WITH A LIMIT OF DETECTION”
    Author: Wang, Ming; Li, Zheng; Reeves, Brian
    Is part of: American Journal of Epidemiology, 2016, Vol. 184(7), pp.552-553
    Identifier: 0002-9262 (ISSN); 1476-6256 (E-ISSN); 10.1093/aje/kww090 (DOI)

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    Transactional Relations between Motivational Beliefs and Help Seeking from Teachers and Peers across Adolescence

    Amemiya, Jamie, Wang, Ming-Te
    Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 2017, Vol.46(8), pp.1743-1757 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
    Springer Science & Business Media B.V.
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    What Motivates Females and Males to Pursue Careers in Mathematics and Science?

    Eccles, Jacquelynne S, Wang, Ming-Te
    International journal of behavioral development, March 2016, Vol.40(2), p.100 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
    ERIC (U.S. Dept. of Education)
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    Title: What Motivates Females and Males to Pursue Careers in Mathematics and Science?
    Author: Eccles, Jacquelynne S; Wang, Ming-Te
    Subject: Student Attitudes ; Grade 12 ; Gender Differences ; High School Students ; Stem Education ; Career Choice ; Young Adults ; Life Style ; Occupations ; Mathematics Skills ; Self Concept ; Family Characteristics ; Predictor Variables ; Individual Differences ; Mathematics Tests ; Scores ; Altruism ; Allied Health Occupations ; Biology ; Medicine
    Description: Drawing on Eccles' expectancy-value model of achievement-related choices, we examined the personal aptitudes and motivational beliefs at 12th grade that move individuals toward or away from science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (ST) occupations at age 29. In the first set of analyses, occupational and lifestyle values, math ability self-concepts, family demographics, and high school course-taking more strongly predicted both individual and gender differences in the likelihood of entering ST careers than math scores on the Differential Aptitude Test. In the second set of analyses, individual and gender differences in career decisions within ST disciplines (health, biological, and medical sciences (HBMS) versus mathematics, physical, engineering, and computer sciences (MPECS)) were best predicted by occupational values (i.e. preferences for work that were people oriented and altruistic predicted entrance into HBMS instead of MPECS careers). Females were less likely...
    Is part of: International journal of behavioral development, March 2016, Vol.40(2), p.100
    Identifier: 0165-0254 (ISSN); 1464-0651 (E-ISSN); 10.1177/0165025415616201 (DOI)

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    Combined Adenovirus-Mediated Artificial microRNAs Targeting mfgl2, mFas, and mTNFR1 Protect against Fulminant Hepatic Failure in Mice (Virus-Mediated miRNA Treatment of Hepatic Failure)

    Xi, Dong, Wang, Ming, Ye, Huali, Luo, Xiaoping, Ning, Qin
    2013, Vol.8(11), p.e82330 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
    PLoS
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    In vitro generation and bioactivity evaluation of C-reactive protein intermediate

    Lv, Jian-Min, Wang, Ming-Yu
    PLoS ONE, 2018, Vol.13(5) [Peer Reviewed Journal]
    U.S. National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM)
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    The Social Perspective Taking Process: What motivates individuals to take another’s perspective?

    Gehlbach, Hunter, Brinkworth, Maureen Elizabeth, Wang, Ming-Te
    Gehlbach, H., Brinkworth, M. E., & Wang, M.-T. (2012). The social perspective taking process: What motivates individuals to take another’s perspective? Teachers College Record, 114(1), 197-225. [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: The Social Perspective Taking Process: What motivates individuals to take another’s perspective?
    Author: Gehlbach, Hunter; Brinkworth, Maureen Elizabeth; Wang, Ming-Te
    Description: Background/Context: A growing literature describes multiple benefits of social perspective taking – many of which are particularly important for schools. Despite these potential benefits for administrators, counselors, teachers, and students, little is known about social perspective taking as a process. Purpose/Research Question: If educational researchers are ultimately to design interventions to help improve the perspective taking capacities of those in schools, they need to fully understand the underlying process. Particularly important is the need to understand: What initially motivates individuals to take the perspective of others? Participants: To investigate this question, a sample of 18 adults from an array of different professions (who were nominated as adept perspective takers) and 13 high school students (who were nominated as struggling with social perspective taking) participated in the study. Research Design: Participants completed a survey, a performance task, and in-depth interviews as part of this mixed-method, exploratory study. The interviews served as the primary source of data and were coded for evidence of what triggered (or inhibited) participants’ motivation to engage in the social perspective taking process. Findings: The interview data established the existence of at least thirteen specific factors that impacted participants’ motivation to engage in social perspective taking across a wide array of contexts. Seven factors generally enhanced individuals’ motivation to engage in social perspective taking; three factors were mixed; and three factors inhibited their motivation. Conclusions/Recommendations: This research indicates that not only might individuals be motivated to engage in social perspective taking through multiple pathways, but that these pathways might be combined and/or interact with one another. These motivating factors raise important issues for further research. In addition, at a practical level, they provide a foundation for developing structures to motivate individuals in schools to engage in perspective taking more often.
    Is part of: Gehlbach, H., Brinkworth, M. E., & Wang, M.-T. (2012). The social perspective taking process: What motivates individuals to take another’s perspective? Teachers College Record, 114(1), 197-225.
    Identifier: 0161-4681 (ISSN)

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    Who Chooses STEM Careers? Using A Relative Cognitive Strength and Interest Model to Predict Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

    Wang, Ming-Te, Ye, Feifei, Degol, Jessica
    Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 2017, Vol.46(8), pp.1805-1820 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
    Springer Science & Business Media B.V.
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    Supplementation of ketoacids contributes to the up-regulation of the Wnt7a/Akt/p70S6K pathway and the down-regulation of apoptotic and ubiquitin–proteasome systems in the muscle of 5/6 nephrectomised rats

    Wang, Dong-tao, Lu, Lu, Shi, Ying, Geng, Zhen-bo, Yin, Yi, Wang, Ming, Wei, Lian-bo
    British Journal of Nutrition, 2014, Vol.111(9), pp.1536-1548 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
    Cambridge University Press