concealment


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con·ceal·ment

(kŏn-sēl'mĕnt)
The collection of research data or the provision of an intervention without participant's knowledge or consent.

concealment

(kŏn-sēl′mĕnt)
1. In medicolegal affairs, failure to provide information or evidence.
2. In research, a technique to guarantee blinding of subjects and investigators.
3. In patient care, shielding a patient from his diagnosis.
4. In plastic surgery, the hiding of a structure with an undesirable appearance.
5. In electrocardiography, the invisibility of a rhythm or conduction disturbance.
6. In emergency or military medicine, hiding behind a curtain or bush to make it difficult for an assailant to see or direct gunfire toward one.
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We are very excited to be partnering with a trailblazing company like Ascent Solar, and proud to help supply their products to the US marketplace," said Michael Goerlich, owner, Raven Concealment Systems.
He observed that concealment of an asset from the public eye that was acquired after entering upon office, for which the member was unable to give a judicially acceptable explanation, was to be treated as an act of concealment with dishonest intentions.
In the food risk trial, we examined the rabbits' choice of feeding stations (ceramic bowls) containing PSM-free food versus PSM-containing food, both under constant high level of concealment.
Through the concealment of its agency the state is able to maintain its existence unchallenged as it presents itself as being incapable of controlling or constraining globalisation or the free market, while creating an illusion of freedom and autonomy for its citizens.
Over the course of the season, the researchers observed that the use of concealments became the chimpanzees preferred strategy.
Michelow for fraudulent concealment based on his failure to fully disclose the cause of the fire and the extent of her injuries.
2 second slower than from his regular concealment rig and a hair faster than with his duty rig, which has a slightly more complicated security device.
Self-concealment, the active concealment of personal, distressing, or negative information from others (Larson & Chastain, 1990), has recently become a focus of research on help-seeking attitudes and behaviors.
In connection with legislative changes in the Czech Republic (CR), especially approval of the population protection concept by the year 2013 until the year 2020, several new issues arose in the area of the population protection by the concealment in the CR.
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2001), perhaps less associated with negative attitudes toward mental health problems or concealment of personal distress per se.
Rating Emotion Communication: Display and Concealment as Effects of Culture, Gender, Emotion Type, and Relationship