LTPD


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LTPD

(industrial engineering)
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The LTPD (Wessman, 1973) measures cognitive beliefs about connections between past, present, and future behavior (continuity).
TABLE 1 Means (T Scores) and Standard Deviations of Experimental and Control Groups at Pretest and Posttest Pretest Posttest Pretest Posttest Control Experimental Control Experimental Group Group Group Group Measure M SD M SD M SD M SD LTPD 49.11 9.80 50.88 10.31 48.60 12.17 59.70 10.09 AFG 49.87 9.48 50.12 10.68 49.79 11.31 54.88 10.40 Sense of 49.18 9.02 50.81 11.01 49.79 8.33 58.41 8.59 Agency Pathways 49.14 8.81 50.89 11.17 49.56 9.37 58.38 9.31 LDASCF 51.11 10.21 48.88 9.85 51.87 12.21 60.52 6.96 Note.
At the end of the intervention, there was a significant increase in students' LTPD scores.
(40) But ECs may not be subjected to LTPD simply because they are ECs.
Its core principle is that individuals who can be adequately policed and held criminally liable for their illegal choices as normal autonomous agents, and who can choose whether their interactions with others will be impermissibly harmful or not, can be subjected to long-term detention only if they have been convicted of a crime for which long-term punitive detention or the loss of the right not to be subjected to LTPD is a fitting punishment, or both.
(47) People may properly be subjected to LTPD, however, only if they fall into one of four categories: (1) they lack the normal autonomous capacities to govern their own choices; (48) (2) they have, by virtue of one or more criminal convictions, lost their right to be treated as autonomous and accountable; (49) (3) they have an independent duty to avoid contact with others, because such contact would be impermissibly harmful, and LTPD simply reinforces this duty; (50) or (4) they are incapable of being adequately policed and held accountable for their choices.
Many people object to LTPD for suspected terrorists.
At the end of the day, this kind of collectivist policy may be morally justifiable if the threat of terrorism is extreme enough and the alternatives to LTPD of suspected terrorists would prove inadequate to protect national security.
With the Bush administration about to pass into history, and with President-elect Barack Obama promising to close the Guantanamo detention center, the debate over LTPD may appear to be of diminishing significance.
As mentioned above, the LTAD or LTPD model was originally developed based on the concept of 'windows of trainability' [3]--specific periods in a young athlete's life when he/she is uniquely sensitive to specific modes of training and capable of enhanced adaptation.
The objective of the first stage of the LTPD plan is termed the 'fundamental' or physical literacy stage.
The third stage of development in the LTPD model is termed the 'training to train stage'.