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PRAISE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Prospective Randomized Amlodipine Survival Evaluation Trial–that evaluated the efficacy of amlodipine therapy in Pts with CHF. See Amlodipine, Heart failure.
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One third of the students were praised for their ability ("You must be talented In music"), a third were praised for their effort ("You must have focused hard on the strategies before you played them"), and the remaining control group received no feedback other than being told they had a very good score of 82.
Children really love being praised whilst they are in the middle of the activity so be vigilant and offer up the compliments there and then, sometimes if awarded later it can lose its power.
Walking dead, I am Nobody's hunter, But I will be food, And hope to be praised By bacteria, And honored by flies, Beetles, wasps, and mites.
CHILDREN at a Jarrow primary school have been praised by government inspectors for their good behaviour.
I have held many workshops in corporate offices and have seen that people who gossip and are negative towards others had unsupportive parents, who never praised them for their deeds," says Broota.
The judges praised the site for having good links between the ship and the museum.
A SCHOOLBOY, a football team and a pianist will all benefit by being praised for good performance.
Luke 18:43 reports that the blind man near Jericho and all who witnessed his healing were focused on the actions of God: "Immediately he regained his sight and followed him [Jesus]; glorifying God; and all the people, when they saw it, praised God.
Not infrequently, they themselves received little praise as children, and thus do not realise how nurturing and heart-warming the experience of being praised can be.
They also praised the system in which younger children are taught either geography, personal social and health education, science or citizenship in French.
Piranian, part of the Armenian evangelical congregation, praised the beauty of gathering Sunday with their Protestant ``American brothers'' in a joint, bilingual ceremony, during which music and praise for God transcended culture and language.
s (2001) review, a major finding across studies was that participants' motivation and performance increased when they were verbally praised for engaging in a task.