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overt

(ō-vĕrt) [O.Fr. “open”]
Easily observable; clinically obvious; symptomatic. When said of diseases, it is the opposite of occult.

overt

Obvious.
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In the present study, Head Start preschoolers were assessed using a battery of measures, including peer sociometrics, as well as teacher ratings of social skills, internalizing behavior, overt aggression, and relational aggression.
It is likely that people with more sexually permissive attitudes and experiences would be more accepting of sexually overt approach behaviours.
In the final version, a hologram is listed as an overt security feature.
The comparison of means of various parameters with normal subjects, subclinical and overt hypothyroid patients was done using independent t-test.
11-14] Abnormal brainstem auditory evoked potentials (BAEPs) in overt hypothyroidism have been registered.
As thyroid failure progresses, serum free T4 levels fall, and the combination of elevated TSH and low free T4 concentrations is termed as overt hypothyroidism.
Hypothesis 1a: Overt narcissists will tend to prefer information that reveals visual effects as opposed to information focused on attributes in a public setting.
At the same time, overt and subtle forms of discrimination are studied in relation to psychological and physical HRQoL in obese patients, which has been used for other collectives but not for overweight populations (see for example, Noh et al.
The dominant extremity was the left extremity in one patient in the overt hypothyroidism group and in one participant in the healthy control group, and the dominant extremity was the right extremity in the remaining participants in the three groups.
Results: Six (12%) out of 50 cases of the SCR patients and 2 (4%) out of 50 controls developed overt hyperthyroidism.
Linear Pearson correlation (r) was applied for association between TSH, ft4, ft3 levels and liver function tests in both subclinical and overt hypothyroid subjects.
China's approach is more effective in ways that, for now, are apparently antithetical to the United States--amoral, overt, and proactive.