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For a Pedagogy of Commitment: Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa Vol 22(1) Jan-Apr 2006, 035-042. Did you know that people over the age of 80 are the fastest growing segment of our society today? Friedman (ed.), Oxford: Oxford University Press. Development and test of a behavioral model of job commitment. The Academy congratulates, Professor Norman Feather, who was conferred Member (AM) in the General Division for significant service to higher education as an academic, author and editor, to the social and behavioural sciences, and to professional bodies. ...

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