How to exercise timely action

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado], 13th edition, by Nathan A. Strait

  1. (2017) How long can we keep doing this?: sustainability as a strictly temporal concept [d]
  2. (2017) Digital health: tracking physiomes and activity using wearable biosensors reveals useful health-related information [d]
  3. (2017) Beyond settler time: temporal sovereignty and indigenous self-determination [i]
  4. (2017) Buying time promotes happiness [p] [d]
  5. (2016) The productivity project: accomplishing more by managing your time, attention, and energy better [i]
  6. (2016) A new orientation to deal with uncertainty in projects [d]
  7. (2016) Beyond viral: the proliferation of social media usage has not resulted in significant social change [d]
  8. (2016) Working on something else for a while: pacing in creative design projects [d]
  9. (2016) Lean execution: the basic implementation guide for maximizing process performance [i]
  10. (2016) Originals: how non-conformists move the world [i]
  11. (2016) How to tell when it's time to move beyond the editing stage [u]
  12. (2016) Information communication technology utilization for effective emergency management networks [d]
  13. (2016) Information technology, mutual trust, flexibility, agility, adaptability: understanding their linkages and impact on humanitarian supply chain management performance [d]
  14. (2016) Sprint: how to solve big problems and test new ideas in just five days [i]
  15. (2016) Anticipating flash-floods: multi-scale aspects of the social response [d]
  16. (2016) Daily knowledge valuation in organizations: traceability and capitalization [i] [d]
  17. (2016) What makes successful entrepreneurs different in temporal and goal-commitment dimensions? [d]
  18. (2016) A college student's individual analysis of productivity of four years [u]
  19. (2016) The setup: Viviane Schwarz [on bingo scheduling: aleatory time management using a bingo wheel] [u]
  20. (2016) How to use data-driven insights to accomplish 'the informed self' [vs. the quantified self] [u]
  21. (2016) Towards a richer model of deliberation dialogue: closure problem and change of circumstances [d]
  22. (2016) Open-ended tasks and time discipline [d]
  23. (2016) A typology of time-scale mismatches and behavioral interventions to diagnose and solve conservation problems [d]
  24. (2015) Time perspective coaching [i] [d]
  25. (2015) Privileging physical activity over healthy eating: 'time' to choose? [p] [d]
  26. (2015) Process management for knowledge work [i] [d]
  27. (2015) Two awesome hours: science-based strategies to harness your best time and get your most important work done [i]
  28. (2015) The productivity habits: a simple approach to become more productive [i]
  29. (2015) Better and faster: the proven path to unstoppable ideas [i]
  30. (2015) The royal road to time: how understanding of the evolution of time in the brain addresses memory, dreaming, flow, and other psychological phenomena [p] [d]
  31. (2015) Lean human performance improvement [i]
  32. (2015) Planning for innovation: the critical role of agility [i]
  33. (2015) Internet addiction?: temporality and life online in the networked society [d]
  34. (2015) The uncharted territory: time perspective research meets clinical practice: temporal focus in psychotherapy across adulthood and old age [i] [d]
  35. (2015) Cultivating intention (as we enter the fray): the skillful practice of embodying presence, awareness and purpose as action researchers [i]
  36. (2015) A typical woodland homestead calendar [i]
  37. (2015) The HEAD game: high efficiency analytic decision-making and the art of solving complex problems quickly [i]
  38. (2015) A space time alarm [i] [d]
  39. (2015) Your next project [u]
  40. (2015) Time perspective theory: review, research and application: essays in honor of Philip G. Zimbardo [i] [d]
  41. (2015) Hyper-productive knowledge work performance: the TameFlow approach and its application to Scrum and Kanban [i]
  42. (2015) How to program yourself for productivity and stop searching for the ideal software [u]
  43. (2015) How a daily review routine improved my life and work [u]
  44. (2015) Unstoppable: using the power of focus to take action and achieve your goals [i]
  45. (2014) Designing spatio-temporal PIM tools for prospective memory support [i] [d]
  46. (2014) Resource extraction and protest in Peru [i]
  47. (2014) Use the 45/15 rule for productive procrastination [u]
  48. (2014) Tourism and the smartphone app: capabilities, emerging practice and scope in the travel domain [d]
  49. (2014) The to-do graph [u]
  50. (2014) The organized mind: thinking straight in the age of information overload [i]
  51. (2014) The behavioral and neural effect of emotional primes on intertemporal decisions [d]
  52. (2014) What event are you training for? [u]
  53. (2014) Value stream mapping: how to visualize work and align leadership for organizational transformation [i]
  54. (2014) The lean mindset: ask the right questions [i]
  55. (2014) Pact: leveraging social networks for goal achievement [i] [d]
  56. (2014) Benefits of travel: needs versus constraints in uncertain environments [i] [d]
  57. (2014) Project planning and management for ecological restoration [i] [d]
  58. (2014) The innovator's hypothesis: how cheap experiments are worth more than good ideas [i]
  59. (2014) Is there overshoot of planetary limits?: new indicators of human appropriation of the global biogeochemical cycles relative to their regenerative capacity based on 'ecotime' analysis [d]
  60. (2014) How to stop time [u]
  61. (2014) The social roots of risk: producing disasters, promoting resilience [i]
  62. (2014) Use a short knowledge cycle to keep your cool [u]
  63. (2014) The collector's fallacy [u]
  64. (2014) Think forward to thrive: how to use the mind's power of anticipation to transcend your past and transform your life [i]
  65. (2014) Are we what we do?: exploring group behaviour through user-defined event-sequence similarity [d]
  66. (2013) Models in motion: ethnography moves from complicatedness to complex systems [d]
  67. (2013) Procrastination leads to failure [i]
  68. (2013) Is background music a boost or a bummer? It depends [u]
  69. (2013) Time triage: exploring the temporal strategies that support entrepreneurship and motherhood [d]
  70. (2013) Time management strategies for research productivity [d]
  71. (2013) Time perspective as a predictor of problematic Internet use: a study of Facebook users [d]
  72. (2013) Detection of a temporal error triggers reconsolidation of amygdala-dependent memories [d]
  73. (2013) Time perception in children: a neurodevelopmental approach [d]
  74. (2013) A space–time efficiency model for optimizing intra-intersection vehicle–pedestrian evacuation movements [d]
  75. (2013) Time and crisis [d]
  76. (2013) International mobility of women in science and technology careers: shaping plans for personal and professional purposes [d]
  77. (2013) Beyond the idea: how to execute innovation in any organization [i]
  78. (2013) Decisive: how to make better choices in life and work [i]
  79. (2013) A model of socioemotional flexibility at three time scales [d]
  80. (2013) The importance of velocity, or why speed may matter more than distance [d]
  81. (2013) Managing emergencies and crises [i]
  82. (2013) Could working less reduce pressures on the environment?: a cross-national panel analysis of OECD countries, 1970–2007 [d]
  83. (2013) 'Method cancer': diagnosis, elimination and avoidance [i] [d]
  84. (2013) Implementation management: high-speed strategy implementation [i] [d]
  85. (2013) Applying the happenstance learning theory to involuntary career transitions [d]
  86. (2013) Environmental monitoring for health and wellness [i] [d]
  87. (2013) Using ecological momentary assessment to understand a construction worker's daily disruptions and decisions [d]
  88. (2013) Location-based services in 2030: from sharing to collective action [i] [d]
  89. (2013) Beyond sharing: cultivating cooperative transportation systems through geographic information science [d]
  90. (2013) Evacuation transportation modeling: an overview of research, development, and practice [d]
  91. (2013) Institutional plasticity and path dependence in seaports: interactions between institutions, port governance reforms and port authority routines [d]
  92. (2013) Beyond DSM and ICD: introducing 'precision diagnosis' for psychiatry using momentary assessment technology [d]
  93. (2013) You can develop desired health behaviors [u]
  94. (2013) Overcoming writer's block and procrastination for attorneys, law students, and law professors [u]
  95. (2013) Time pressure undermines performance more under avoidance than approach motivation [d]
  96. (2013) The 3 secrets to effective time investment: how to achieve more success with less stress [i]
  97. (2013) Procrastination and the priority of short-term mood regulation: consequences for future self [d]
  98. (2013) Thinking about space-time connections: spatiotemporal scheduling of individual activities [d]
  99. (2013) The quantified self: fundamental disruption in big data science and biological discovery [d]
  100. (2013) Be happy, don't wait: the role of trait affect in job search [d]
  101. (2013) Energy, time, priority, work/life: 4 new ways to organize your to-do list [with contexts] [u]
  102. (2012) Combining trip and task planning: how to get from A to Passport [i] [d]
  103. (2012) Delay discounting as emotional processing: an electrophysiological study [d]
  104. (2012) Enhancing on-task behavior in fourth-grade students using a modified color wheel system [d]
  105. (2012) Travel time and the liability of distance in foreign direct investment: location choice and entry mode [d]
  106. (2012) Religious people discount the future less [d]
  107. (2012) Living beautifully with uncertainty and change [i]
  108. (2012) Developing agility and quickness [i]
  109. (2012) Planetary opportunities: a social contract for global change science to contribute to a sustainable future [d]
  110. (2012) The role of learning agility and career variety in the identification and development of high potential employees [d]
  111. (2012) 50+ better questions to ask than how to be more productive [u]
  112. (2012) 7 ways to write better action items [u]
  113. (2012) Feeling stuck in the present?: mania proneness and history associated with present-oriented time perspective [d]
  114. (2012) The role of advanced sensing in smart cities [d]
  115. (2012) The together teacher: plan ahead, get organized, and save time! [i]
  116. (2012) Mobilization systems: technologies for motivating and coordinating human action [u]
  117. (2012) Living dangerously on borrowed time during slow, unrecognized regime shifts [d]
  118. (2012) Time as a trade barrier [u]
  119. (2012) Gestures alter thinking about time [i] [u]
  120. (2012) Intentional actions, plans, and information systems [d]
  121. (2012) Daily spatial mobilities: physical and virtual [i]
  122. (2012) Population movement under extreme events [d]
  123. (2012) Rush and relax: the rhythms and speeds of touting perishable products on a Ghanaian roadside [d]
  124. (2012) Developing a concept of choice [i] [d]
  125. (2012) Exploiting temporal network structures of human interaction to effectively immunize populations [d]
  126. (2012) Practice perfect: 42 rules for getting better at getting better [i]
  127. (2012) A new geospatial services framework: how disaster preparedness efforts should integrate neogeography [d]
  128. (2012) Predictability of population displacement after the 2010 Haiti earthquake [d]
  129. (2012) To-do lists don't work [u]
  130. (2012) A factory of one: applying lean principles to banish waste and improve your personal performance [i]
  131. (2012) Committed but closed-minded: when making a specific plan for a goal hinders success [d]
  132. (2012) Crisis mapping in action: how open source software and global volunteer networks are changing the world, one map at a time [d]
  133. (2012) A GIS-based method to identify spatiotemporal gaps in public service delivery [d]
  134. (2012) An analysis of day-to-day variations in individual space–time accessibility [d]
  135. (2012) The corporate geography of global container terminal operators [d]
  136. (2012) Future thought and behaviour change [d]
  137. (2012) Types of cluster adaptation to climate change: lessons from the port and logistics sector of Northwest Germany [d]
  138. (2012) The role of data repositories in humanitarian information management and crisis mapping [d]
  139. (2012) Productivity and the space-time continuum [u]
  140. (2012) The pace of cultural evolution [d]
  141. (2012) Duration discrimination in the context of age, sex, and cognition [d]
  142. (2012) How can we know if investors are coherently linking sustainability concepts? [d]
  143. (2012) Standardised geo-sensor webs and web-based geo-processing for near real-time situational awareness in emergency management [d]
  144. (2012) Anticipating critical transitions [d]
  145. (2012) Just start: take action, embrace uncertainty, create the future [i]
  146. (2012) Awake in the anthropocene [d]
  147. (2012) Rhythm and entrainment of acquisition and alliance initiatives and firm performance: a temporal perspective [d]
  148. (2012) A temporal perspective of merger and acquisition and strategic alliance initiatives review and future direction [d]
  149. (2012) Personal productivity secrets: do what you never thought possible with your time and attention and regain control of your life [i]
  150. (2012) Geovisual analytics to support crisis management: information foraging for geo-historical context [d]
  151. (2012) Decisions of the third kind [d]
  152. (2012) Global finance as an action research domain: testing the boundaries [d]
  153. (2012) The evolution of the calendar: how to use a calendar today [u]
  154. (2012) A conceptual model for developing mindsets for strategic insight under conditions of complexity and high uncertainty [d]
  155. (2012) Crisis mapping: the construction of a new interdisciplinary field? [d]
  156. (2011) If money doesn't make you happy, consider time [d]
  157. (2011) Personal geographic information management [u]
  158. (2011) Being more productive: an interview with Allen and Tony Schwartz [u]
  159. (2011) Leadership takes time: some implications of (not) taking time seriously in leadership research [d]
  160. (2011) Coping with global environmental change, disasters and security: threats, challenges, vulnerabilities and risks [i] [d]
  161. (2011) Flooding your brain's engine: how you can have too much of a good thing [u]
  162. (2011) Myopia and the global financial crisis: context-specific reasoning, market structure, and institutional governance [d]
  163. (2011) Touchpoints: creating powerful leadership connections in the smallest of moments [i]
  164. (2011) The efficacy of prototyping under time constraints [i] [d]
  165. (2011) The future of futures: the time of money in financing and society [i]
  166. (2011) Structured decision making: a practical guide to environmental management choices [i]
  167. (2011) Time management for department chairs [i]
  168. (2011) The accidental creative: how to be brilliant at a moment's notice [i]
  169. (2011) Skilled throwers use physics to time ball release to the nearest millisecond [d]
  170. (2011) Modeling alternative sequences of events in dynamic geographic domains [d]
  171. (2011) Climate change pedagogy and performative action: toward community-based destination governance [d]
  172. (2011) Timescales of human adaptation: the role of epigenetic processes [d]
  173. (2011) Time banking and health: the role of a community currency organization in enhancing well-being [d]
  174. (2011) Productivity tie-breaker: how will you feel afterwards? [u]
  175. (2011) Time abstraction, temporal policy and the right to one's own time [d]
  176. (2011) What happened to the time?: the relationship of occupational therapy to time [d]
  177. (2011) Time-critical social mobilization [p] [d]
  178. (2011) Beyond microskills: toward a model of counseling competence [d]
  179. (2011) The lean startup: how today's entrepreneurs use continuous innovation to create radically successful businesses [i]
  180. (2011) The athlete's clock: how biology and time affect sport performance [i]
  181. (2011) Is timing everything?: temporal considerations in emotion regulation [d]
  182. (2011) Taking one day at a time: temporal experiences in the context of unexpected life course transitions [d]
  183. (2011) Multi-agent systems for real time resource allocation, scheduling, optimization and controlling: industrial applications [i] [d]
  184. (2011) 7 ways you shouldn't be using your calendar [u]
  185. (2011) Time scarcity: another health inequality? [d]
  186. (2011) A multidimensional perceptual map approach to project prioritization and selection [u]
  187. (2010) The thief of time: philosophical essays on procrastination [i]
  188. (2010) A practical plan for when you feel overwhelmed [u]
  189. (2010) Effortless attention: a new perspective in the cognitive science of attention and action [i]
  190. (2010) Do more great work: stop the busywork, and start the work that matters [i]
  191. (2010) Learning agility: a construct whose time has come [d]
  192. (2010) 'Time sovereignty': its meanings and externalities [i]
  193. (2010) The stingy hour: how accounting for time affects volunteering [d]
  194. (2010) Velocity as a predictor of performance satisfaction, mental focus, and goal revision [d]
  195. (2010) Sociometabolic regimes in indigenous communities and the crucial role of working time: a comparison of case studies [u]
  196. (2010) Temporal justice [d]
  197. (2010) Instability and discontinuous change in the experience of therapeutic interaction: an extended single-case study of psychodynamic therapy processes [d]
  198. (2010) The structure of well-being in two cities: life satisfaction and experienced happiness in Columbus, Ohio; and Rennes, France [i]
  199. (2010) What is behavioral activation?: a review of the empirical literature [d]
  200. (2010) Dissatisfied with life but having a good day: time-use and well-being of the unemployed [d]
  201. (2010) Estimating impact: a handbook of computational methods and models for anticipating economic, social, political and security effects in international interventions [i] [d]
  202. (2010) Learning through feedback in the field: reflective learning in a NGO in the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  203. (2010) Farmers facing rapid agricultural land condition changes in two villages in the Upper Amazon, Peru: can action learning contribute to resilience? [d]
  204. (2010/2012) Running lean: iterate from plan A to a plan that works [i]
  205. (2010) 'It's almost a mindset that teachers need to change': first-year students' need to be inducted into time management [d]
  206. (2010) The timing of daily demand for goods and services: microsimulation policy results of an aging society, increasing labour market flexibility, and extended public childcare in Germany [d]
  207. (2010) Anticipation and dynamics: Rosen's anticipation in the perspective of time [d]
  208. (2010) Dealing with timing and synchronization in opportunities for joint activity participation [d]
  209. (2010) Attention and time [i]
  210. (2010) The timespace of human activity: on performance, society, and history as indeterminate teleological events [i]
  211. (2010) Nutrient timing for peak performance [i]
  212. (2010) Strategies for coping with information overload: you need a machine to help you [p] [d]
  213. (2010) Emotional responses to the speed, frequency and timing of organizational change [d]
  214. (2010) Environmental policy and household behaviour: sustainability and everyday life [i]
  215. (2010) Perfectionism and task performance: time on task mediates the perfectionistic strivings–performance relationship [d]
  216. (2010) Speed kills: the complex links between transport, lack of time and urban health [d]
  217. (2010) How long will it take?: power biases time predictions [d]
  218. (2010) Overcoming procrastination through planning [i]
  219. (2010) The image of time: a voxel-wise meta-analysis [d]
  220. (2010) The data-driven life [u]
  221. (2010) Transition to adulthood: action, projects, and counseling [i] [d]
  222. (2010) The phenomenology of time: lived experiences of people with HIV/AIDS in China [d]
  223. (2009) Performance architecture: the art and science of improving organizations [i]
  224. (2009) Taking the long view: environmental sustainability and delay of gratification [d]
  225. (2009) EFT for procrastination [i]
  226. (2009) Time and time again: the search for meaning/fulness through popular discourse on the time and timing of work [d]
  227. (2009) Calendar and time diary methods in life course research [i]
  228. (2009) Perspectives on time [i] [d]
  229. (2009) An 18-minute plan for managing your day [u]
  230. (2009) How different groups spend their day: interactive graphic [u]
  231. (2009) Smart but scattered: the revolutionary 'executive skills' approach to helping kids reach their potential [i]
  232. (2009) The compromise trap: how to thrive at work without selling your soul [i]
  233. (2009) Using time perception to measure fitness for duty [d]
  234. (2009) Time is not money [d]
  235. (2009) Time and scheduling [i] [d]
  236. (2009) Average weekly time spent in 30 basic activities across 17 countries [d]
  237. (2009) How do feelings influence effort?: an empirical study of entrepreneurs' affect and venture effort [d]
  238. (2009) Managing the goal-setting paradox: how to get better results from high goals and be happy [d]
  239. (2009) Lack of sleep in the workplace: what the psychologist–manager should know about sleep [d]
  240. (2009) It's time to 'do economics' with time-use data [d]
  241. (2009) The construction system of the brain [d]
  242. (2009) Performance psychology in action: a casebook for working with athletes, performing artists, business leaders, and professionals in high-risk occupations [i]
  243. (2009) A new conservation politics: power, organization building, and effectiveness [i]
  244. (2009) Time affluence as a path toward personal happiness and ethical business practice: empirical evidence from four studies [d]
  245. (2009) How information becomes a resource for action in an uncertain and complex world: sense-making and contingency in the knowing process [d]
  246. (2009) Accumulating care: mothers beyond the conflicting temporalities of caring and work [d]
  247. (2009) Temporal convergence for knowledge management [d]
  248. (2009) Does time fly when you're having fun, or do you?: affect, agency, and embodiment in temporal communication [d]
  249. (2009) Using a personal digital assistant to increase independent task completion by students with autism spectrum disorder [d]
  250. (2009) Mismatches between actual and preferred work time: empirical evidence of hours constraints in 21 countries [d]
  251. (2009) Teacher action research: building knowledge democracies [i]
  252. (2009) Time orientations and emotion-rules in finance [d]
  253. (2009) Predicting the effects of time pressure on design work [d]
  254. (2009) The principles of product development flow: second generation lean product development [i]
  255. (2009) The dynamics of action-oriented problem solving: linking interpretation and choice [u]
  256. (2009) Time, consumption and everyday life: practice, materiality and culture [i]
  257. (2009) The ethics of routine: consciousness, tedium and value [i]
  258. (2009) The creative power: transforming ourselves, our organizations, and our world [i]
  259. (2009) Transforming 'apathy into movement': the role of prosocial emotions in motivating action for social change [d]
  260. (2009) Exploring time diaries using semi-automated activity pattern extraction
  261. (2009) Synchrony and cooperation [d]
  262. (2009) Integrating scientific modeling and supporting dynamic hazard management with a GeoAgent-based representation of human–environment interactions: a drought example in Central Pennsylvania, USA [d]
  263. (2009) Students' study time and their 'homework problem' [d]
  264. (2008) Enhancing social and transition behaviors of persons with autism through activity schedules: a review
  265. (2008) Leaders, followers, and time [d]
  266. (2008) Time-use studies: a potentially feminist tool [d]
  267. (2008) The long work hours culture: causes, consequences and choices [i]
  268. (2008) Positive dramas: enacting self-adventures in organizations [d]
  269. (2008) Decision support in turbulent and high-velocity environments [i] [d]
  270. (2008) Precariousness, the secured present and the sustainability of the future: learning from Koselleck and extrapolating from Elias [d]
  271. (2008) Lack of time management as a psychosocial work risk [u]
  272. (2008) Indecision and avoidant procrastination: the role of morningness-eveningness and time perspective in chronic delay lifestyles [d]
  273. (2008) Disaffection or expected outcomes: understanding personal Internet use during work [d]
  274. (2008) On the process of becoming a great scientist [d]
  275. (2008) The dynamics of proactivity at work [d]
  276. (2008) Cues for timing and coordination: latitude, Letterman, and longitude [d]
  277. (2008) Getting things done: the science behind stress-free productivity [d]
  278. (2008) ICT and temporal fragmentation of activities: an analytical framework and initial empirical findings [d]
  279. (2008) A pattern language for productivity [u]
  280. (2008) Time and decision making in humans [d]
  281. (2008/2009) National time accounting: the currency of life [i]
  282. (2008) Time to change, time for change: time as a catalyst for organizational change [d]
  283. (2008) Time and identity: a framework for research and theory formation [d]
  284. (2008) Sleep deprivation and vigilant attention [d]
  285. (2008) Time and bodily changes in advanced prostate cancer: talk about time as death approaches [d]
  286. (2008) Ultradian rhythms from molecules to mind: a new vision of life [i] [d]
  287. (2008) Multiple tasks' and multiple goals' effect on creativity: forced incubation or just a distraction? [d]
  288. (2008) Project management that works: real-world advice on communicating, problem solving, and everything else you need to know to get the job done [i]
  289. (2008) Procrastination and flow experiences: a tale of opposites [u]
  290. (2008) Extending the joint problem space: time and sequence as essential features of knowledge building [u]
  291. (2008) The Internet, mobile phone and space-time constraints [d]
  292. (2008) Struggling with time: investigating coupling constraints [d]
  293. (2008) Exploring the juggling of responsibilities with space-time accessibility analysis [d]
  294. (2008) Waiting and rejection: an organizational perspective: 'cooling out' rejected applicants [d]
  295. (2008) Lacking power impairs executive functions [d]
  296. (2008) Staying vigorous until work is over: the role of trait vigour, day-specific work experiences and recovery [d]
  297. (2008) Perfectionism and efficiency: accuracy, response bias, and invested time in proof-reading performance [d]
  298. (2008) Decision support for emergency situations [i] [d]
  299. (2008/2010) Focus: use the power of targeted thinking to get more done [i]
  300. (2008) Time, cycles and tempos in social-ecological research and environmental policy [d]
  301. (2008) The time paradox: the new psychology of time that will change your life [i]
  302. (2007) Strategic business management through multiple projects [i]
  303. (2007) Time and the biological consequences of globalization [and comments and reply] [d]
  304. (2007) A review of the time management literature [d]
  305. (2007) Spatio-temporal restrictions as best practice precautionary response to ocean noise [d]
  306. (2007) The fragility of time: time-insensitivity and valuation of the near and far future [d]
  307. (2007) Attending to the present: mindfulness meditation reveals distinct neural modes of self-reference [d]
  308. (2007) Dynamic prisms and 'instant access': linking opportunities in space to decision making in time [i] [d]
  309. (2007) Interpersonal and social rhythm therapy: a means of improving depression and preventing relapse in bipolar disorder [d]
  310. (2007) Time value of knowledge: time-based frameworks for valuing knowledge
  311. (2007) 24/7: time and temporality in the network society [i]
  312. (2007) Getting things written [u]
  313. (2007) Leadership agility: five levels of mastery for anticipating and initiating change [i]
  314. (2007) Each moment is the universe: Zen and the way of being time [i]
  315. (2007) Participatory action research approaches and methods: connecting people, participation, and place [i]
  316. (2007) How might action learning be used to develop the emotional intelligence and leadership capacity of public administrators? [d]
  317. (2007) Personal project pursuit: goals, action, and human flourishing [i]
  318. (2007) Do you look to the future or focus on today?: the impact of life experience on intertemporal decisions
  319. (2007) It's not about time [i]
  320. (2007) From decision analysis to the decision organization [i] [d]
  321. (2007) Circadian clocks: setting time by food [d]
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  646. (1981) Drawing from action for action: drawing and discussion as a popular research tool [o]
  647. (1981) Production, family, and free-time projects: a time-geographic perspective on the individual and societal change in nineteenth-century U.S. cities [d]
  648. (1980) Does labor time decrease with industrialization?: a survey of time-allocation studies [and comments and reply] [d]
  649. (1980) Building the collaborative community: mobilizing citizens for action [o]
  650. (1980) The real work: interviews & talks, 1964–1979 [i]
  651. (1980/2001) The geometry of biological time [i]
  652. (1979/2004) Wishcraft: how to get what you really want [i]
  653. (1978) Skillful means: gentle ways to successful work [i]
  654. (1977) Decision making: a psychological analysis of conflict, choice, and commitment [i]
  655. (1977) Time horizon: the moving boundary [d]
  656. (1977) Time, space, and knowledge: a new vision of reality [i]
  657. (1976/1991) Getting things done: the ABCs of time management [i]
  658. (1976/1992) Zen and creative management [i]
  659. (1975) Time use and social organization [o]
  660. (1972/2009) The time trap [i]
  661. (1971) The tyranny of time: results achieved vs. hours spent
  662. (1970) Ecological aspects of endogenous rhythmicity [d]
  663. (1947/1970) Try giving yourself away: a tonic for these troubled times [i] [u]
  664. (1939) Knowledge for what?: the place of social science in American culture [o]

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