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Cial deficits, such as anxiety disorders, autism spectrum disorder, schizophrenia, or chronic depression. Finally, cultural background is a significant modulator in non-verbal communication behavior, exerting a particular influence on eye gaze behavior and the subjective response to direct eye contact during conversations [34]. Given the reliability and validity of the GARS, age- and gender-specif
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Ty served as a barrier to exercise for someHealth Educ Behav. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2013 June 03.Orzech et al.Pageparticipants, with 12.3 indicating that they lacked transportation to exercise, whereas 6.7 endorsed "exercise costs too much."NIH-PA Author Manuscript NIH-PA Author Manuscript NIH-PA Author ManuscriptQualitative Results Implementing dietary changes in daily life--In-de
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Ants to derive the matrix representation for the modifier noun moon. In this case, one selects from the corpus different noun compounds containing that modifier, for example moon calendar, moon landing and moon walk. For those compounds, it is possible to compute oberserved phrase vectors, by treating them like a single word and counting their cooccurrences with the context dimensions. At this poi
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Ants to derive the matrix representation for the modifier noun moon. In this case, one selects from the corpus different noun compounds containing that modifier, for example moon calendar, moon landing and moon walk. For those compounds, it is possible to compute oberserved phrase vectors, by treating them like a single word and counting their cooccurrences with the context dimensions. At this poi
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Ion. This is because it owned the majority of the training institutions in the region and attracted many health workers to its schools due to incentives provided, ways of teaching and practical experiences. This and related bonding practices encouraged some workers to stay long term in the PNFP sector; however, some health workers perceived bonding as coercive and referred to it as `detention'. Du
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Ion. This is because it owned the majority of the training institutions in the region and attracted many health workers to its schools due to incentives provided, ways of teaching and practical experiences. This and related bonding practices encouraged some workers to stay long term in the PNFP sector; however, some health workers perceived bonding as coercive and referred to it as `detention'. Du
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RISK-MITIGATION STRATEGIES AND THEIR IMPACTAnalysis of the AOC database, FMEA, andRISK-MITIGATION STRATEGIES AND THEIR IMPACTAnalysis of the AOC database, FMEA, and baseline risk profile resulted in six risk-mitigation initiatives to minimize process delays, defects, and variability amongst staff. These were standardization of care pathways (35) and toxicity grading (36) to reduce the severi
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Tested a model with "condition respect (mediator) behave well." As noted, the total effect of condition on students' anticipated motivation to behave well was significant (b = 0.59, SE = 0.17, P = 0.001). In step 1, the total effect of condition on the mediator (respect) was significant (b = 2.02, SE = 0.11, P