coefficient of relationship

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co·ef·fi·cient of re·la·tion·ship

the probability that a gene present in one mate is also present in the other and is derived from the same source.
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Hypothesis 3: Grit will predict academic major-career relatedness even after controlling for academic year and personality.
In talking with students, teachers might find that the fundamental structure of the choice they provided the students was not conducive for students' feelings of autonomy, competence, and relatedness.
2001) was administered to assess the satisfaction of competence, autonomy, and social relatedness in PE.
Further, Bazzano writes: 'In my view, universal relatedness is wholly in accord with Cartesian subjectivity and with inter-subjectivity.
Four out of the 5 polygyne nests examined had mean relatedness values of less than 0.
Autonomy, competence, and relatedness need satisfaction in CrossFit were measured with the Basic Psychological Needs in Exercise Scale (BPNE; Vlachopoulos & Michailidou, 2006).
This leads us to an understanding that relatedness need satisfaction leads to positive affect at the workplace and reduces burnout (Van den Broeck, Vansteenkiste, De Witte & Lens, 2008; Perreault, Gaudreau, Lapointe & Lacroix, 2007).
In the United States group, both high levels of relatedness (dependence) and self-definition (self-criticism) were correlated with low levels of perceived resilience.
In this study, competence and relatedness were found to be important contributors of adult PA levels no matter if participants participated in team or individual sports.
Molecular marker based reconstruction of sibship and estimation of genetic relatedness are considered potential alternatives to inferring the degree of genetic relationships among individuals identified as full-sibs, half-sibs and unrelated pairs (Kanno et al.
24) However, this particular study is the first to compare levels of competence, autonomy, and relatedness in those who have been home educated compared to those who have been educated through the traditional school system.
One of today's top multiplayer online role playing games, World of Warcraft, demonstrates the relatedness of people through online interactions and through characters, autonomy in the creation of one's character and actions, and competence in rewarding achievements in the game.