学者研究计划模板

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核心摘要:美国大学成立于年美国综合大学排名第位其中专业排名第位。

访问学者研究计划模板2017-07-20 19:06:55 | #1楼回目录

这是我几年前申请时写的,可能和现在CSC要求的格式、内容有所不同,诸位虫友谨慎参考,免费提供,请给好评,亲。。。

①拟留学专业(研究课题)在国内外研究情况及水平

研究课题:*******研究(属****专业)。

*****是一种****技术,具有******等特点。国外自*****就开展了对******技术的研究。国内对该项技术研究的开展相对较晚,申请人及所在团队自****年起一直从事****技术研究,取得了许多研究成果。但随着技术研究的不断深入,急需了解和掌握最新的技术现状和研究方法,以提高技术水平,为****提供技术支持。

②拟选择的留学国别、留学单位及选择原因

美国****大学(*** University)。

美国****大学成立于****年,美国综合大学排名第**位,其中*****专业排名第*位。****大学*****中心始建于****年,隶属于该校*****系。该中心始终致力于*****技术研究,研究内容主要包括************等,与申请人的研究方向非常一致,其研究成果具有较高的学术水平和应用价值。

申请人与对方成员有着较为密切的联系,主要通过电子邮件等方式交流相关技术问题;另外,申请人于*****年在****曾与该中心的******做过深入的交流。

③达到本次出国学习预期目标的可行性

申请人曾先后承担及作为技术骨干参与本领域科研课题***余项,出版****技术方面的专著*部,发表论文**余篇。对本研究领域有着较为深入的了解和把握。这些都为本次出国学习奠定了坚实的基础,相信通过努力,一定会达到预期的研究目标。

④出国学习目的、预期目标、计划、实施方法及所需时间

目的:力争在*****等方面做深入学习。

目标:了解先进的科学研究理念,掌握*****方法和研究手段,掌握****技术要领,了解国外相关技术应用领域及现状。

计划、实施及时间安排(共3个月):

(0~7天)技术和研究环境适应:了解该中心现有项目及计划,熟悉技术背景资料;

(8~14天)研究方案制定:与该中心人员交流,结合现有研究和留学目标,制定可行研究方案;

(15~75天)开展项目研究:与该中心人员合作,了解和熟悉相关技术手段,开展细致研究;

(76~82天)总结分析及补充实验:开展研究总结与分析,并对必要的实验进行补充; (83~90天)相关技术调研与考察:考察参观美国开展***技术研究的其他研究机构,如*****大学****学院等。

⑤学成回国后的工作/学习计划及工作单位可提供的科研条件

学成回国后我将回到本单位,继续从事相关学科技术的教学与科研工作;同时借鉴国外先进的研究工作思路和理念,通过我校历来对本重点实验室的资助及我们自身科研经费的投入,提升我所在的******实验室的研究层次,提高承担更高级别科研课题的能力及本实验室的研究水平,为学科建设和人才培养提供更好的条件。

本单位已承诺将对申请人所在实验室的设施配套和科学研究工作给予更大的支持。

访问学者研究计划英文模板2017-07-20 19:07:03 | #2楼回目录

访问学者研究计划英文模板

厚 谱 教 育:访问学者申请领跑者

访问学者申请之初,需要向导师提供自己的研究计划,这份材料是向导师展现自己研究方向的重要依据,那么该如何写好研究计划呢,访问学者为大家提供一篇研究计划模板,仅供参考。

Topic:

This research proposal suggests research on how the level of self-disclosure effects the degree of relationship satisfaction.

Review of Literature:

Guerrero & A f i f i (1995) conducted a study to examine topic avoidance and self-disclosure in family relationships. They found that males reported avoiding discussion of relationship issues more than females did. As Martin&Anderson(1995)sought to examine the motives behind self-disclosure in father-young adult relationships and the resulting level of relationship satisfaction, their study found that young adults seem to model their self-disclosure after their fathers' self-disclosure. P e g a l i s, Shaffer, B a z z in i, & Gr e e n i er (1994) examined the generality of the opener effect to males and females acrodifferent s i t u a ti ona l contexts. They found that both genders disclosed more and longer to high openers than to low openers acrothe different contexts, Leaper, Carson, Baker, Ho ll iday, & Myers (1995) used both same- and opposite-sex dyads in order to examine the relationship between listener verbal support and self-disclosure among friends. They found that females tended to be more responsive and supportive than males during discussions in both same- and cross-gender friendships. However, it was also found that men made more disclosing comments than did women, indicating that it is possible for males to disclose as much as females. They also found that imbalances in self-disclosure and verbal support are related to relationship dissatisfaction.

Drawing on these findings, it could be possible to anticipate that individuals who have similar

patterns of self-disclosure would have higher degrees of relationship satisfaction. Continued research may further explore what other factors affect the degree of relationship satisfaction.

Research Question:

What effect does the level of self-disclosure have on the degree of relationship satisfaction?

Hypothesis:

Individuals who experience similar levels of self-disclosure will be more likely to have higher degrees of relationship satisfaction.

Method:

In congruence with the previous study conducted by Martin & Anderson (I 995), a design involving approximately 200 undergraduate students, I 00 male and I 00 female will be used. They will complete questionnaires consisting of measures of self-disclosure and communication satisfaction. They will also be given a questionnaire to have their significant others complete. This questionnaire will include the same measures. Participants will be informed that this research study focuses on self-disclosure and levels of relationship satisfaction, participation is voluntary, and their responses will be kept confidential. A self-addressed envelope will be enclosed to assist in confidentiality.

Participants will complete the Self-Disclosure Scale (SDS) and the Communication Satisfaction Scale (CSS). Their responses will be compared with those of their partner's in order to assethe similarities between the pair's levels of self-disclosure to each other and their degree of relationship satisfaction.

Participants will also be given a second questionnaire, which will ask them to assewhat they believe to be their partners' level of self-disclosure and degree of relationship satisfaction.

These responses will also be compared to examine whether individuals' self-reports of their levels of disclosure and satisfaction match up with what their partners believe their levels to be.

Predictions:

In response to the study done by Martin & Anderson (I 995), it should become clear that the amount of self-disclosure that occurs between individuals affects the relational satisfaction that is felt by both parties. Leaper et al. (1995) found that imbalances in self-disclosure and verbal support are related to relationship dissatisfaction. This would seem to indicate that the opposite would be true, as well. So, it may be found that individuals who experience similar levels of self-disclosure will have higher degrees of relationship satisfaction.

A possible problem using the methods chosen is that self-report may not be entirely accurate. People may not truthfully portray their levels of self-disclosure and relational satisfaction. However, through the use of confidentiality and the second questionnaire that asks the partners to asseeach other's levels, it is hoped that the potential for this problem may be decreased.

References

Guerrero, L., & A f if i, W. (Summer 1995). Some things are better left unsaid: Topic avoidance in family relationships. Communication Quarterly, 43, 276-296.

Leaper, C., Carson, M., Baker, C., Holliday, H., & Myers, S. (1995). Self-disclosure and listener verbal support in same-gender and cross-gender friends' conversations. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 33. 3 8 7-405.

Martin, M., & Anderson, M- (Spring 1995). The father-young adult relationship: Interpersonal motives, self-disclosure, and satisfaction. Communication Quarterly, 43, 119-130.

Pegalis, L., Shaffer, D., Bazzini, D., & Greenier, K. (1994). On the ability to elicit self

disclosure: Are there gender-based and contextual limitations on the opener effect? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 20, 412-420.

访问学者研究计划英文模板2017-07-20 19:06:31 | #3楼回目录

访问学者研究计划英文模板 访问学者申请之初,需要向导师提供自己的研究计划,这份材料是向导师展现自己研究方向的重要依据,那么该如何写好研究计划呢,厚谱教育为大家提供一篇研究计划模板,仅供参考。

Topic:

This research proposal suggests research on how the level of self-disclosure effects the degree of relationship satisfaction.

Review of Literature:

Guerrero & Afifi (1995) conducted a study to examine topic avoidance and self-disclosure in family relationships. They found that males reported avoiding discussion of relationship issues more than females did. As Martin&Anderson(1995)sought to examine the motives behind self-disclosure in father-young adult relationships and the resulting level of relationship satisfaction, their study found that young adults seem to model their self-disclosure after their fathers' self-disclosure. Pegalis, Shaffer, Bazzini, & Greenier (1994) examined the generality of the opener effect to males and females acrodifferent situational contexts. They found that both genders disclosed more and longer to high openers than to low openers acrothe different contexts, Leaper, Carson, Baker, Holliday, & Myers (1995) used both same- and opposite-sex dyads in order to examine the relationship between listener verbal support and self-disclosure among friends. They found that females tended to be more responsive and supportive than males during discussions in both same- and cross-gender friendships. However, it was also found that men made more disclosing comments than did women, indicating that it is possible for males to disclose as much as females. They also found that imbalances in self-disclosure and verbal support are related to relationship dissatisfaction.

Drawing on these findings, it could be possible to anticipate that individuals who have similar patterns of self-disclosure would have higher degrees of relationship satisfaction. Continued research may further explore what other factors affect the degree of relationship satisfaction.

Research Question:

What effect does the level of self-disclosure have on the degree of relationship satisfaction?

Hypothesis:

Individuals who experience similar levels of self-disclosure will be more likely to have higher degrees of relationship satisfaction.

Method:

In congruence with the previous study conducted by Martin & Anderson (I 995), a design involving

approximately 200 undergraduate students, I 00 male and I 00 female will be used. They will complete questionnaires consisting of measures of self-disclosure and communication satisfaction. They will also be given a questionnaire to have their significant others complete. This questionnaire will include the same measures. Participants will be informed that this research study focuses on self-disclosure and levels of relationship satisfaction, participation is voluntary, and their responses will be kept confidential. A self-addressed envelope will be enclosed to assist in confidentiality.

Participants will complete the Self-Disclosure Scale (SDS) and the Communication Satisfaction Scale (CSS). Their responses will be compared with those of their partner's in order to assethe similarities between the pair's levels of self-disclosure to each other and their degree of relationship satisfaction.

Participants will also be given a second questionnaire, which will ask them to assewhat they believe to be their partners' level of self-disclosure and degree of relationship satisfaction. These responses will also be compared to examine whether individuals' self-reports of their levels of disclosure and satisfaction match up with what their partners believe their levels to be.

Predictions:

In response to the study done by Martin & Anderson (I 995), it should become clear that the amount of self-disclosure that occurs between individuals affects the relational satisfaction that is felt by both parties. Leaper et al. (1995) found that imbalances in self-disclosure and verbal support are related to relationship dissatisfaction. This would seem to indicate that the opposite would be true, as well. So, it may be found that individuals who experience similar levels of self-disclosure will have higher degrees of relationship satisfaction.

A possible problem using the methods chosen is that self-report may not be entirely accurate. People may not truthfully portray their levels of self-disclosure and relational satisfaction. However, through the use of confidentiality and the second questionnaire that asks the partners to asseeach other's levels, it is hoped that the potential for this problem may be decreased.

References

Guerrero, L., & Afifi, W. (Summer 1995). Some things are better left unsaid: Topic avoidance in family relationships. Communication Quarterly, 43, 276-296.

Leaper, C., Carson, M., Baker, C., Holliday, H., & Myers, S. (1995). Self-disclosure and listener verbal support in same-gender and cross-gender friends' conversations. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 33. 3 8 7-405.

Martin, M., & Anderson, M- (Spring 1995). The father-young adult relationship: Interpersonal motives, self-disclosure, and satisfaction. Communication Quarterly, 43, 119-130.

Pegalis, L., Shaffer, D., Bazzini, D., & Greenier, K. (1994). On the ability to elicit self disclosure: Are there gender-based and contextual limitations on the opener effect? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 20, 412-420.

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