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at·ti·tu·di·nal

(at'i-tū'di-năl),
Relating to a posture of the body; for example, attitudinal (statotonic) reflex.

at·ti·tu·di·nal

(at'i-tū'di-năl)
Relating to body posture; e.g., attitudinal (statotonic) reflex.

attitudinal

pertaining to or arising from an attitude or posture.

attitudinal reflexes
see postural reflexes.
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The experimental group students exhibited higher attitudinal levels towards both "teaching and learning" and "satisfaction" on concluding their participation in the "Introduction to Statistics" course than they exhibited when the course began.
As credit unions, most of us strive to that ultimate goal of full attitudinal loyalty.
Paired Sample Results for All Attitudinal Questions and All Knowledge Questions Combined by All Schools, Urban and Rural Pre-test Post-test Difference Mean (SD) Mean (SD) of Means Attitudinal Questions * All schools (n=408) 7.
It is possible that many of these drivers, especially the attitudinal ones, act as automatic or unconscious biases that lead consumers to less fulfilling and less successful housing choices--e.
One method the RRC has considered using to mitigate this attitudinal information gap is what in geospatial information science (GIS) is called "geo-statistical forecasting.
Here is the next momentous attitudinal shift that will drive governance in the era ahead.
However, an attitudinal approach to modeling behavior uncovers the reasons why people do what they do.
Chairman Dr Jacqueline Mitton told Dr Southall: "The panel has concluded that you have deep-seated attitudinal problems and that your misconduct is so serious that it is fundamentally incompatible with your continuing to be a registered medical practitioner.
of the Pacific) and Wetstein (Delta College) explore the relevance of the attitudinal model of judicial decision-making to understanding decisions made by the Canadian Supreme Court over the quarter century since the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms was added to the constitution.
If you have a known group of what one camp called "Superstars" in a role (in this case, counselors), you can do an analysis of the Attitudinal and Motivational patterns to see what is common among them.
Masculinity ideology has been operationalized and measured by instruments such as the Brannon Masculinity Scale (BMS; Brannon, 1985) and the Male Role Norms Scale (MRNS; Thompson & Pleck, 1986), both of which are attitudinal measures concerned with the endorsement of "traditional" values and expectations for being male.
In order to measure students' personal beliefs about student-led conferences, goal development, and self-regulated learning, the students were asked to provide demographic information (age, sex, and years of attendance) as well as to complete the following attitudinal questionnaire.

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