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Whole brain, high resolution spin-echo resting state fMRI using PINS multiplexing at 7 T

Koopmans, P. J., Boyacioglu, R., Barth, M. & Norris, D. G., 2012, In : NeuroImage. 62, 3, p. 1939-1946

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46 Citations (Scopus)

Whole field laser Doppler imaging of the microcirculation in psoriasis and clinically unaffected skin

Hendriks, A. G. M., Steenbergen, W., Hondebrink, E., van Hespen, J. C. G., van de Kerkhof, P. C. M. & Seyger, M. M. B., 2014, In : Journal of dermatological treatment. 25, 1, p. 18-21 4 p.

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16 Citations (Scopus)

Whole-head analysis of cortical spatial organization from unilateral stimulation of median nerve in both hands: No complete hemisphere homology

Theuvenet, P. J., van Dijk, B. W., Peters, M. J., van Ree, J. M., Lopes da Silva, F. L. & Chen, A. C. N., 2005, In : NeuroImage. 28, 2, p. 314-325 12 p.

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14 Citations (Scopus)

Who matters to universities? A stakeholder perspective on humanities, arts and social sciences valorisation

Benneworth, P. & Jongbloed, B. W., 2010, In : Higher education. 59, 5, p. 567-588 22 p.

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Whom do we trust - Booters and SSL/TLS certificates

Steinberger, J. (ed.), Kuhnert, B., Alavi, S., Cardoso de Santanna, J. J., Sperotto, A., Baier, H. & Pras, A., Jun 2016, p. 14-14. 1 p.

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Whom to trust with genes on the menu

Kohring, M., Meijnders, A., Midden, C., Öhman, S., Olofsson, A., Matthes, J., Rusanen, M., Gutteling, J. M. & Twardowski, T., 17 Jun 2013, Genomics & Society, legal, ethical & social dimansions. Gaskell, G. & Bauer, M. W. (eds.). London, UK: Routledge, Taylor and Francis, p. 60-74 261 p.

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Who needs empathy? A response to Goldie's arguments against empathy and suggestions for an account of mututal perspective-shifting in contexts of help and care.

Coeckelbergh, M., 2007, In : Ethics and education. 2, 1, p. 61-72 12 p.

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Who needs ROI-Analysis?

Moonen, J. C. M. M., 25 May 1999, Presentatie op de On-line Learning Conferentie Flish '99. Sheffield, p. -

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Who owns the customer? Disentangling customer loyalty in indirect distribution channels

Eggert, A., Henseler, J. & Hollmann, S., 2012, In : Journal of supply chain management. 48, 2, p. 75-92

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9 Citations (Scopus)

Who Pays, Who Benefits? Bicycle Taxes as Policy Tools, 1890-2012

Albert de la Bruheze, A. A. & Oldenziel, R., 2016, Cycling and Recycling: Histories of Sustainable Practices. Oldenziel, R. & Trischler, H. (eds.). New York: Berghahn, p. 73-101 28 p. (Environment in history: international perspectives; no. 7).

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Who Pays, Who Benefits? Bicycle Taxes as Policy Tools, 1890-2012

Albert de la Bruheze, A. A. & Oldenziel, R., Mar 2019, Cycling and Recycling: Histories of Sustainable Practices. Oldenziel, R. & Trischler, H. (eds.). Paperback ed. New York: Berghahn, p. 73-101 28 p. (Environment in history: international perspectives; no. 7).

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Who's afraid of red, yellow and blue? The colourful world of management reforms

de Boer, H. F., 2003, The higher education managerial revolution?. Amaral, A. M. S. C., Meek, V. L. & Larsen, I. M. (eds.). Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, p. 89-108 20 p.

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Whose ethics? : powerpoint

Su, Z., 14 Mar 2016, p. s1-s14.

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Whose inclusion : consequences of e - grievance redressal systems use in India and Europe : powerpoint

Miscione, G., Martinez, J. & Pfeffer, K., 2011, p. s1-s22. 22 p.

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Whose side are you on? Relational-norms based side-taking among Dutch and Chinese employees

Yang, H., 11 Jul 2006, Isle of Spetses, Greece

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Whose side are you on? Relational orientations and their impacts on side-taking among Dutch and Chinese employees

Yang, H., van de Vliert, E., Shi, K. & Huang, X., 2008, In : Journal of occupational and organizational psychology. 81, 4, p. 713-731

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14 Citations (Scopus)

Whose Story Is It Anyway? How Improv Informs Agency and Authorship of Emergent Narrative

Swartjes, I. M. T., 19 May 2010, Enschede: University of Twente. 225 p.

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Who spoke when? Audio-based speaker location estimation for diarization

Dadvar, M., 1 Jul 2011, UK: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing. 54 p.

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Who wants to live forever? Physical Failure Mechanisms that Limit the Life-time of Electronic Components

Sowariraj, M. S. B., Golo-Tosic, N., Nguyen, V. H., Merticaru, A. R., Kuper, F. G. & Salm, C., 12 Nov 2001, p. -.

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Who’s in and why? Stakeholder incentives for participatory monitoring in river management

Verbrugge, L. N. H., Ganzevoort, W. & van den Born, R. J. G., 2016, p. 60-61. 2 p.

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Who’s in Control? Self-Directed and Self-Regulated Learning in Entrepreneurship Training Programmes.

Donkers, E., 12 Sep 2011, p. -.

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Who’s that? – Social Situation Awareness for Behaviour Support Agents: A Feasibility Study

Kola, I., Jonker, C. M. & van Riemsdijk, M. B., 11 Jul 2020, Engineering Multi-Agent Systems: 7th International Workshop, EMAS 2019, Montreal, QC, Canada, May 13–14, 2019, Revised Selected Papers. Springer, Vol. 12058. p. 127-151 (Lecture notes in computer science; vol. 12058).

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Why, When, Who, Where, What & How Open Social Innovation Matters

Di Minin, A., 22 Oct 2012, p. -.

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Why a Data-Based Decision-Making Intervention Works in Some Schools and Not in Others

Keuning, T., van Geel, M. J. M. & Visscher, A. J., 2017, In : Learning disabilities research & practice. 32, 1, p. 32-45

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Why after years living abroad I am suddenly fearful for my native North East

Benneworth, P. S., 3 Sep 2016

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Why agencies comply: A study in the paradoxical nature of managerial compliance with government policy

Torenvlied, R. & Akkerman, A., 10 Jan 2014.

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Why air bubbles in water glow so easily

Brenner, M., Hilgenfeldt, S. & Lohse, D., 1996, Nonlinear physics of complex systems : current status and future trends. Berlin: Springer, p. 79-97

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Why and how do young firms change? A review of organizational change theories

Parastuty, Z., Schwarz, E., Breitenecker, R. & Harms, R., 2014.

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Why and When ‘Laughing out Loud’ in Game Playing

Nijholt, A., 8 Jun 2012, Computational Humor 2012: extended abstacts of the (3rd international) Workshop on Computational Humor. Nijholt, A. (ed.). Enschede: Centre for Telematics and Information Technology (CTIT), p. 7-13 7 p. (CTIT Workshop Proceedings; no. WP12-02).

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Why Are Chickens Housed in Battery Cages? In: Disco C., Meulen van de B.J.R. (editors).

van de Poel, I. R., 1998, Getting New Technologies Together: Studies in Making Sociotechnical Order. Berlin: Walter De Gruyter, p. 143-179 37 p.

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Why are decisions in flood disaster management so poorly supported by information from flood models?

Leskens, A., Brugnach, M. F., Hoekstra, A. Y. & Schuurmans, W., 11 Dec 2014, In : Environmental modelling & software. 53, p. 53-61

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61 Citations (Scopus)

Why are hospitals not as safe as we would like them to be?

van Everdingen, M. L. J., Molendijk, A. & van Harten, W. H., 2007, Patient Safety Toolbox: instruments for improving safety in health care organisations. van Everdingen, J. J. E., Smorenburg, S. M., Schellekens, W. M. L. C. M. & Cucic, S. (eds.). Houten, the Netherlands: Bohn Stafleu Van Loghum, p. 23-33

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Why are moderators of self-other agreement difficult to establish?

Alik, J., de Vries, R. E. & Realo, A., 2016, In : Journal of research in personality. 63, p. 72-83

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16 Citations (Scopus)
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Why are people religious? Death anxiety and alternative explanations

van Bruggen, V., 2019, In : Religion, Brain and Behavior. 9, 2, p. 190-194 5 p.

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Why Are Sensory Axons More Vulnerable for Ischemia than Motor Axons?

Hofmeijer, J., Franssen, H., van Schelven, L. J. & van Putten, M. J. A. M., 2013, In : PLoS ONE. 8, 6, p. - 9 p., e67113.

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Why are there so many organizations: cluster innovation mechanism and its external effect on the Chinese SMES

Brouwers-Ren, L., Xie, G. & Krabbendam, J. J., 2012, Innovation, social responsibility, creativity, ethics and Olaf Fisscher. de Weerd-Nederhof, P. & Visscher, K. (eds.). Enschede: CIM, in association with University of Twente, p. 129-138

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Why a well-designed HR shared service provider fails to create end-user value?

Meijerink, J. G., Bondarouk, T. & Looise, J. C., 10 Nov 2011, p. -. 46 p.

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Why bumpy is better: The role of the dissipation distribution in slip flow over a bubble mattress

Haase, A. S., Wood, J. A., Lammertink, R. G. H. & Snoeijer, J. H., 2016, In : Physical review fluids. 1, 5, p. 054101- 054101.

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Why Business Modeling is crucial in the Development of e-Health Technologies

van Limburg, A. H. M., van Gemert-Pijnen, J. E. W. C., Nijland, N., Ossebaard, H. C., Hendrix, R. M. G. & Seydel, E. R., 2011, In : Journal of medical internet research. 13, 4, 11 p., e124.

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Why community forest monitoring?

Skutsch, M. & McCall, M. K., 2011, Community forest monitoring for the carbon market; opportunities under REDD.. Skutsch, M. (ed.). London, UK: Earthscan, p. 1-15 186 p.

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Why Competitive Strategy (1980) Succeeds - and With Whom

Spender, J. C. & Kraaijenbrink, J., 2011, Competition, Competitive Advantage, and Clusters: The Ideas of Michael Porter, Oxford University Press. Huggins, R. & Izushi, H. (eds.). Oxford University Press, p. 33-65 288 p.

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Why confining to vegetation indices? Exploiting the potential of improved spectral observations using radiative transfer models

Atzberger, C., Darvishzadeh, R., Richter, K., Vuolo, F. & Schlerf, M., 19 Sep 2011, Proceedings of Remote Sensing for Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Hydrology XIII, 19-21 September 2011, Prague, Czech Republic. Neale, C. M. U. & Maltese, A. (eds.). Washington: SPIE, p. -

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12 Citations (Scopus)

Why Confluence is More Powerful than Ample Sets in Probabilistic and Non-Probabilistic Branching Time

Hansen, H. & Timmer, M., 1 Apr 2012, 10th Workshop on Quantitative Aspects of Programming Languages (QAPL 2012). Pisa: Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione, p. - 4 p.

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Why conversational agents should catch the eye

Vertegaal, R., Slagter, R., van der Veer, G. & Nijholt, A., 1 Apr 2000, CHI '00: Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems. New York: ACM Press, p. 257-258 2 p.

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11 Citations (Scopus)

Why designers and philosophers should meet in school

Stam, L. & Eggink, W., 4 Sep 2014, 16th international conference on engineering & product design education. A.O. Eger, W. E. (ed.). Enschede: The Design Society, p. 226-231

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