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Albert, 19th-century German chemist. See: Reinecke salt.
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Participants thus perceived a level of social or psychological privacy online, despite a lack of informational privacy, based on expectations of the information being handled correctly (Trempte & Reinecke, 2011).
With support from her Greek chorus (Lucy Godinez, Sara Reinecke and Kyrie Courter) and guidance from graduate teaching assistant Emmett (Gerald Caesar, a classic good guy), Elle goes from unprepared law school newbie to standout scholar.
Reinecke, Ph.D., a co-author of the study said, "Depression is a massive public health concern that will take a variety of approaches to better manage.
FoMO is associated with depressive signs, apprehensive attention, and physical manifestations (Reinecke et al., 2017), which are indicative of inferior physical, emotional, and cognitive health.
Before there was a computer within reach of every student in the U.S., scholars cautioned against the wholesale, uncritical application of technology in schools (Apple 1998; Noble 1998; Reinecke, 1984; Streible, 1998).
Although these studies acknowledged multiple predictors for completion, including age, motivation and prior MOOC experience (Engle, Mankoff, & Carbrey, 2015; Greene et al., 2015; Guo & Reinecke, 2014), the relative significance of educational attainment remained unclear.
I believe that Blockchain has the potential to totally re-engineer cybersecurity, but the industry has yet to come to terms with it," said Ettienne Reinecke, Dimension Data's Group Chief Technology Officer.
Ettienne Reinecke, Dimension Data's Group Chief Technology Officer, says Blockchain has gone from strength to strength.
Furthermore, researchers have shown benefits from using online gaming as a tool, such as being able to avoid depression and stress (Reinecke et al., 2012).
The physiological process of growing is mainly regulated by the growth hormone (GH)/insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) axis (Reinecke et al., 2005).
In "Infrastructure and Democracy" (Issues, Winter 2017), Christopher Jones and David Reinecke remind us that infrastructures have historically been inaccessible to many people in the United States, particularly those living in poor and rural communities.