Articles by Author: Chammem Mohsen

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  1. Estimating Cape hare occupancy and abundance in southern Tunisia using spotlighting data

    Estimating Cape hare occupancy and abundance in southern Tunisia using spotlighting data

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Zoology
    This study outlines the importance of integrating spotlighting data and occupancy modelling to estimate the spatial occupancy, abundance and habitat preferences of Cape hares Lepus capensis in southern Tunisia. Exploring the spatial distribution pattern of this species is problematic because...
  2. Effects of seasonal variation, group size and sex on the activity budget and diet composition of the addax antelope

    Effects of seasonal variation, group size and sex on the activity budget and diet composition of the addax antelope

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of Range & Forage Science
    Behaviour and diet composition are critical elements in conservation biology within the scope of reintroduction programs. Here we focused on addax (Addax nasomaculatus), a Critically Endangered antelope species, in the Jbil National Park, Tunisia. In this study, we advanced the...
  3. Cross-disciplinary and cross-linguistic perspectives on metadiscourse in academic writing

    Cross-disciplinary and cross-linguistic perspectives on metadiscourse in academic writing

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
    The present review article examines a selection of recent academic discourse concerning metadiscourse. Metadiscourse relates to aspects of a text which organise the discourse in an explicit way, engage the addressee, and indicate the writer's attitude. It is integral to...
  4. Does thinking about the meaning of life make you happy in a religious and globalised world? A 75-nation study

    Does thinking about the meaning of life make you happy in a religious and globalised world? A 75-nation study

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This paper reports on a multilevel study of 75 nations, which tests two hypotheses that arose from considering Tolstoy's experience of thinking about the meaning and purpose of life. The globalisation-as-exacerbator hypothesis predicts that as globalisation increases, the relationship between...
  5. Genetic variation among spiny-footed lizards in the <em>Acanthodactylus pardalis</em> group from North Africa

    Genetic variation among spiny-footed lizards in the <em>Acanthodactylus pardalis</em> group from North Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Zoology
    The systematics of the genus Acanthodactylus was classically based on external morphological traits, osteological characters and morphology of the hemipenes. Although the identification of species complexes is relatively easy, the distinction within some groups is difficult due to a high...
  6. Epigraph of operator functions

    Epigraph of operator functions

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Quaestiones Mathematicae
    It is known that a real function f is convex if and only if the set E(f) = {(x, y) ∈ ℝ × ℝ; f (x) ≤ y}, the epigraph of f is a convex set in ℝ2. We state an extension...
  7. A novel system dynamics’ model for the motors of a sectoral innovation system–simulating and policymaking

    A novel system dynamics’ model for the motors of a sectoral innovation system–simulating and policymaking

    In recent years, science and technology policymaking has been taken into consideration by many researchers. One of the most important fields of this policymaking is innovation systems’ management; which is divided into national, regional, sectoral and technological innovation systems. In...
  8. The long way to “extreme psychologism”

    The long way to “extreme psychologism”

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Philosophy
    In “Clearing Space for Extreme Psychologism about Reasons”, Mitova argues against two main views about the ontology of reasons. Instead, she presents an argument by elimination for “extreme psychologism” as a prima facie superior alternative. I will argue for the...