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References in zbMATH (referenced in 5 articles )

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  1. Benölken, Ralf: Giftedness, gender and achievement motivation. Research results on the impact of self-concept, achievement attributions and interests as determinants in order to identify mathematical giftedness (2014) MathEduc
  2. Recker, Jan: “Modeling with tools is easier, believe me”-the effects of tool functionality on modeling grammar usage beliefs (2012) ioport
  3. Beliakov, Gleb; James, Simon: Citation-based journal ranks: the use of fuzzy measures (2011)
  4. Cleff, Thomas: Descriptive statistics and modern data analysis. A computer assisted introduction with Excel, PASW (SPSS) and STATA (2011)
  5. Hafner, Robert; Waldl, Helmut: Statistics for social and economic scientists. Vol. 2: Workbook for SPSS and Microsoft Excel (2001)