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Possible selves are most likely to improve self-regulatory ability when they are salient, linked with strategies, feel congruent with other aspects of self-concept, and when difficulty attaining them feels like proof one really cares rather than evidence for withdrawing effort (Oyserman & James, in press). Storyline: The Turtles continue to live in the shadows and no one knows they were the ones who took down Shredder. Bob becomes the houseguest that just won't leave. 99 min. Local cinemas will be changing in the 21st century and moving towards digital projectors, a new approach which will allow for easier and quicker distribution of films (via satellite or hard disks).[ citation needed ] The cinema now faces a new challenge from home video from the high definition (HD) format known as Blu-ray, which can provide full HD 1080p video playback.[ citation needed ] Video formats are gradually catching up with the resolutions and quality that film offers; 1080p in Blu-ray offers a pixel resolution of 1920×1080, a leap from the DVD offering of 720×480 and the 330×480 offered by the first home video standard, VHS .[ citation needed ] Ultra HD, a future digital video format, will offer a resolution of 7680×4320.

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Publisher: Temple University Press; n edition (June 21, 1994)

ISBN: 1566391822

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