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inventory

 [in´ven-tor″e]
a comprehensive list of personality traits, aptitudes, and interests.
California Personality inventory CPI; a self-report, true-false questionnaire designed to measure aspects of personality style. It is generally used in counseling situations or for less than severe psychopathology.
Millon Clinical Multiaxial inventory MCMI; a true-false, self-report questionnaire designed to produce a profile of the personality style and structure underlying mental disorders.
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality inventory MMPI; a psychological test in questionnaire form in which the answers to true-false statements show dimensions of the subject's personality structure and provide comparison with responses made by persons in various diagnostic categories.

in·ven·tor·y

(in'ven-tōr-ē),
A detailed, often descriptive, list of items, used in psychological and psychiatric assessment of various behavioral phenomena. See: construct (2).

inventory

/in·ven·to·ry/ (in´ven-tor″e) a comprehensive list of personality traits, aptitudes, and interests; some of the most popular include the California Personality I. (CPI), Millon Clinical Multiaxial I. (MCMI), and Minnesota Multiphasic Personality I. (MMPI).

inventory

Psychometrics A questionnaire or test designed to measure aptitudes, interest or traits. See Hogean Personality Inventory, Miller Clinical Inventory, Multiaxial Inventory, MMPI, NEO Personality Inventory, Social Support Inventory, State-Trait Anxiety Inventory, Texas Primary Reading inventory, Tobacco Withdrawal Symptoms Inventory.

in·ven·tor·y

(in'vĕn-tōr-ē)
A detailed, often descriptive, list of items.

in·ven·tor·y

(in'vĕn-tōr-ē)
A detailed, often descriptive, list of items, tools, devices, dressings, or materials.

inventory,

n an itemized compilation of materials on hand.
inventory, equipment,
n a detailed listing of all the nonexpendable items owned and used in the practice of the profession.
inventory, materials,
n a detailed listing of expendable supplies that are on hand in the practice. This is a constantly fluctuating list, depending on the quantity of the various materials presently on hand.
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2016) found that consumers with a predisposition to be competitive are likely to be more impacted by stockouts when inventory is limited.
Supply chain management (SCM) models that streamline the flow of goods to optimise total inventory costs, customer service level (Banerjee, Burton, & Banerjee, 2003), total number of stockouts (Jonsson & Silver, 1987), or other performance criteria have been the research concentration for the last three decades.
Manufacturers attempt to balance inventory holding costs and stockout costs, a problem compounded when forecasting customer demand is difficult.
The purpose of this research is to investigate the stockout rate in supermarket chains in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, the measurement methods used and the causes from the perspective of the supermarket managers themselves.
Motivated by production delays caused by stockouts, the San Antonio ALC contracted with CACI to develop RFM to identify those parts that will hold up future production.
The retailer sells current inventory and incurs a stockout cost on each unit order that remains unfilled.
the stockout situation) and those where consumers have a choice to wait and buy the product later (the non-stockout situation).
To the extent that a customer is injured by a stockout, the customer will try to reduce this cost by switching future sales (and the current sale, if the stockout is anticipated) to other suppliers.
A stockout avoidance motivation would favor an optimal inventory- to-sales ratio.
The greatest improvements were reported in inventory control areas such as stockout, back-order status and field stock levels.
decreased stockout rate) is evident[3]; however, relationships between QRT and other store attributes are not so clearly defined.
In other words, if faced with a stockout of their preferred brand, how does the customer respond?