In fact, any set of moderately correlated findings, such as the number of toys and books that individual children have, yields data that can be transformed into a general factor
having nothing to do with any "general ability," Schonemann holds.
Much of IQ's predictive power -- which outstrips that of any other single factor researchers have examined, including childhood affluence or poverty -- is captured in a measure known as the general factor
of intelligence, or g.
Actual results could differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements by reason of factors such as changes in general economic conditions and conditions in the financial markets, legal or regulatory decisions or changes, changes in the frequency and amount of insured claims, particularly as a result of changes in mortality and morbidity rates, changes in surrender rates, interest rates, foreign exchange rates, the competitive environment, the policies of foreign central banks or governments, legal proceedings, the effects of acquisitions and the integration of newly-acquired businesses, and general factors
The factors used in the GFCI model include five key areas of competitiveness - business environment, financial sector development, infrastructure, human capital and reputational and general factors
The volume will be dependent on the clients' budget situation, activities and other general factors
and the historical purchase volume must therefore only be perceived as indicative.
The report depicts the general factors
that affect prices, and the economic and political reasons that have caused the drop over the past months as well as the limits of impacts on exporter countries and the world markets and economy.
Fourteen chapters discuss applied research in educational and behavioral sciences; scientific research in educational and clinical settings; ethical principles and practices; literature reviews, research proposals, and final reports; general factors
in measurement and evaluation; replication; dependent measures and measurement procedures; visual representation of data; visual analysis of graphic data; withdrawal and reversal designs; multiple baseline and multiple probe designs; comparative intervention designs; variations of multiple baseline designs and combination designs; and statistics and single subject research methodology.
The substantial response to the placebo--an effect seen in many studies of depression--suggests that beneficial effects of active treatments partly stemmed from general factors
, such as patients' expectations of feeling better after exercising or taking an antidepressant, the researchers say.
However, it does seem to fit within some of the six general factors
used to determine whether the primary reason for the early sale is a change of employment, health or unforeseen circumstances.
However the fact that she signed a separate letter addressing the omitted item sufficiently outweighs the general factors
To understand better the risk of sexual transmission in the context of PHI, it is necessary to consider the general factors
that govern such transmission.
Counseling and psychotherapy are effective, Fancher argues, not because of the specific theories or practices of any one of these "cultures of healing," but rather because of general factors
which underlie all counseling and psychotherapy.