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Thematic Apperception Test

 [the-mat´ik ap″er-sep´shun]
TAT; a projective test in which the subject tells a story based on each of a series of standard ambiguous pictures, so that his responses reflect a projection of some aspect of his personality and his current psychological preoccupations and conflicts.

TAT

Abbreviation for thematic apperception test.

tat

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TAT

(tăt)
n.
1. A gene in the AIDS virus that stimulates the host cell to replicate genetic components of the virus.
2. The protein encoded by this gene that is a potent transactivator of viral replication.

TAT

abbreviation for tetanus antitoxin.

TAT

Infectious disease Tetanus antitoxin, see there Lab medicine Turn-around time, see there Psychology Thematic Apperception Test A projection-type psychological test that evaluates a child's sense of reality and personality traits and gives insight into his fantasies. See Psychological testing.

TAT

Abbreviation for thematic apperception test; turnaround time.

TAT

1. tube agglutination test.
2. tetanus antitoxin.
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Second, the current study used reported times of accessioning and report sign-out to calculate a precise TAT in calendar days (ie, hours and minutes), whereas the prior study collected the TAT in terms of whole working days, as determined and reported by the participants.
Makalelerin tamami okunmus, meme kanseri hastalarinin TAT kullanma sikligi, kullanma nedenleri, hastalarin ozellikleri, TAT'in etkinligi ile ilgili dusunceleri ve bilgi kaynaklari, calismalarin sinirliliklari degerlendirilmistir.
Yaygin degisken immun yetmezlikli hastalarda yapilan bir anket calismasinda, hastalarin TAT kullanma orani %83,7 olarak saptanirken, bunlarin %34,9'u dini yontemleri kullandiklarini bildirmislerdir.
The TAT process is implemented by and for its primary stakeholders, general education teachers.
TAT ensured that the Safety process, under the protection of privilege, allowed a full investigation both up and down the chain.
Devos (1974), who also used the TAT as a research tool, related guilt to the Freudian theorization of the Superego and shame to the Ego Ideal, observing that in Japan, child-rearing practices emphasize social evaluation as a sanction rather than more internalized ethical codes.
This change tells the software that all tests have been completed on a sample, triggering the log file to capture the TAT for the exiting sample.
The renewed campaign, called "Amazing Thailand 2000," is designed to position Thailand as a place of "escape from a stressful, fast-moving world" where visitors can "replenish life and recharge their batteries," TAT said in the press release.
With our knowledge of our process and the vendor's experience from other installations, the personnel requirements necessary to maintain an adequate TAT during the implementation phase could have been predicted more accurately.
Written by Hedwig Teglasi, a leading researcher of the TAT and other storytelling techniques, Essentials of TAT and Other Storytelling Assessments, Second Edition is that source.