• Taking it apart and putting it back together again: Using Item PoolVisualisation to summarise complex data patterns in (positive) bodyimage research 

      Swami, Viren; Furnham, Adrian; Horne, George; Stieger, Stefan (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Issues of construct commonality and distinguishability in body image research are typically addressed using structural equal models, but such methods can sometimes present problems of interpretation when data patterns are ...
    • Targeting crowds: A study of how the Norwegian Labour Party adapted Nazi rhetorical methodology 

      Bang, Tor (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      The immense success of post WWI Europeantotalitarian regimes form the backdrop for this study. Political success is often credited cleverly crafted communication strategies. The Norwegian Labour Party applied methods similar ...
    • Tariffavtalen og dens sentrale rettsvirkninger 

      Skjønberg, Alexander Næss (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Artikkelen gir en introduksjon til den kollektive arbeidsretten. I denne delen av arbeidsretten er tariffavtalen helt sentral. Tariffavtalen er en særegen kontrakt. Flere av dens rettsvirkninger skiller seg markant fra ...
    • Taste-shape correspondences in context 

      Motoki, Kosuke; Velasco, Carlos (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      A significant body of research demonstrates the existence of taste-shape correspondences. People associate tastes and visual shapes non-randomly. For example, round shapes are associated with sweet taste, while angular ...
    • Tasting names: Systematic investigations of taste-speech sounds associations 

      Motoki, Kosuke; Saito, Toshiki; Park, Jaewood; Velasco, Carlos; Spence, Charles; Sugiura, Motoaki (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Product names can be developed to effectively convey specific sensory attributes to the consumer. Most of the previous research on crossmodal correspondences has shown that people selectively associate words (e.g., ‘Maluma’, ...
    • Tax compliance dancing. The Importance of Time and Space in Taxing Multinational Corporations 

      Brøgger, Benedicte; Larsen, Lotta Bjørklund (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Taxation is central to the financing of most states, and monitor-ing that taxpayers comply with laws and regulations is a correspondingly important government activity. Governments have many ways to design tax systems, and ...
    • Tax holidays in a BEPS-perspective 

      Bjerkestuen, Hilde Mæhlum; Wille, Hans Georg (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      A tax holiday is a time-limited exemption from taxation and one of the most commonly employed tax incentives in developing countries. The main objective behind tax holidays is to attract foreign direct investment (FDI), ...
    • Team Collective Intelligence in Dynamically Complex Projects—A Shipbuilding Case 

      Hansen, Morten Juel; Vaagen, Hajnalka; Van Oorschot, Kim (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      In concurrent engineering projects driven by short delivery times, team performance rests on the team’s capability to quickly and effectively handle different, emergent issues. We conducted an exploratory study of a large, ...
    • Team Composition and Labor Allocation in Audit Teams: A Descriptive Note 

      Che, Limei; Svanstrøm, Tobias (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Purpose The purpose of this paper is to describe, illustrate and provide a deeper understanding of team composition and labor allocation in audit teams by quantifying the exact value of resources at different levels of ...
    • Teenage locus of control, psychological distress, educational qualifications and occupational prestige as well as gender as independent predictors of adult binge drinking 

      Cheng, Helen; Furnham, Adrian (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Our objective was to investigate various psychological and socio-demographic factors in childhood and adulthood that relate to alcohol intake and binge drinking at age 42 years. Data were drawn from the 1970 British ...
    • Teknologi eller personlig service: Hvordan påvirkes kundenes lojalitet? 

      Olsen, Line Lervik; Singh, Sangeeta (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2009)
      Det er veldokumentert at bruk av teknologi kan redusere kostnader, men få studier har sett nærmere på teknologiens innvirkning på forbrukernes atferd. I denne studien anvender vi en anerkjent modell fra ...
    • Teknologi og nye undervisningspraksiser: Videofortellinger som redskap for pedagogisk refleksjon 

      Aagaard, Toril; Breivik, June; Erikson, Inger C.; Hjukse, Hjørdis; Swanberg, Anne Berit; Steen-Utheim, Anna Therese; Tveiten, Oddgeir (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Ved universiteter og høgskoler tar ledelsen og støtte- og utviklingsmiljøer ulike grep for å motivere fagansatte til å utforske digitale teknologiers pedagogiske potensialer. De ønsker også å utvikle mer aktive og fleksible ...
    • Tell Me If You Can: Time Pressure, Prosocial Motivation, Perspective Taking, and Knowledge Hiding 

      Škerlavaj, Miha; Connelly, Catherine; Černe, Matej; Dysvik, Anders (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Purpose The belief that knowledge actually expands when it is shared has been deeply rooted in the mainstream knowledge management literature. Although many organizations and managers expect employees to share their ...
    • Temporality and the first foreign direct investment 

      Amdam, Rolv Petter Storvik; Benito, Gabriel R.G. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      This study examines the timing of the first foreign direct investment (FDI). It explores how the conceptualization and, hence, the understanding of time affects our insights into major internationalization decisions in ...
    • Testing for micro-efficiency in the housing market 

      Anundsen, Andre Kallåk; Røed Larsen, Erling (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Using highly granular transaction-level data for the Norwegian housing market over the period 2002–2014, we investigate whether excessive prices persist or revert in repeat sales. Excessiveness in prices is detected by ...
    • Testing Model Fit by Bootstrap Selection 

      Grønneberg, Steffen; Foldnes, Njål (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Over the last few decades, many robust statistics have been proposed in order to assess the fit of structural equation models. To date, however, no clear recommendations have emerged as to which test statistic performs ...
    • Testing structural equation models: the effect of kurtosis 

      Foss, Tron; Jøreskog, Karl Gustaf; Olsson, Ulf Henning (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      The Satorra Bentler (SB) and the Browne ADF chi-square statistics are used for testing structural equation models with non-normal data. The relationships between the SB and ADF statistics and kurtosis are developed and it ...
    • Testing structural equation models: the impact of error variances in the data generating process 

      Hammervold, Randi; Olsson, Ulf Henning (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      Yet another paper on fit measures? To our knowledge, very few papers discuss how fit measures are affected by error variance in the Data Generating Process (DGP). The present paper deals with this. Based upon an extensive ...
    • Testing the differentiation of intelligence by neuroticism hypothesis 

      Schermer, Julie Aitken; Furnham, Adrian; Treglown, Luke (Journal article, 2022)
      The prediction that neuroticism (or emotional instability) will change the definition of an intelligence factor, or g, was tested in a large sample (N = 2,716) of British managers who completed both personality and ...
    • Testing, Disclosure and Approval 

      Bizzotto, Jacopo; Vigier, Adrien Henri; Rudiger, Jesper (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Certifiers often base their decisions on a mixture of information, some of which is voluntarily disclosed by applicants, and some of which they acquire by way of tests or otherwise. We study the interplay between the ...