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aidman

(ād′măn′)
n.
A member of an army medical corps attached to a field unit.
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However, the applicability of this kind of measurement should be tested in different cultural contexts and languages than the ones in the original version, in which the scale showed good psychometric properties in both English and Hungarian speaking participants (Petroczi and Aidman, 2009).
The mean [chi square]/df ratio was 1.89 (ranging from 0.9 to 3.8), similar data (mean [chi square]/df=1.85) was obtained by Petroczi and Aidman (2009), showing both an acceptable measurement model fit using criteria [chi square]/df <3 (Kline, 2000).
However, the significant difference between the first and the second administration of the PEAS-ESP was in line with Petroczi and Aidman (2009) who justified this using the theory of dynamics attitudes (Eiser, 1994) and the attitudes priming model (Fazio, 1995).
Findings from the current investigation are important contributions to the literature as there is relatively sparse evidence, empirical or theoretical, on factors that may impact PEP use among athletes (Petroczi and Aidman, 2008).
Acc., AIDMAN, PISER & COMPANY, TAMPA, FL Exhibit: Order of distributions In general Distribution Shareholder Order source treatment 1 AAA to the extent Tax free of shareholder basis 2 Remaining AAA Capital gain (if any) 3 Previously taxed Tax free income (cash only) 4 AE&P Taxable dividend 5 Remaining Tax free shareholder basis (if any) 6 Any remaining Capital gain distributions With election to bypass only AAA Sec.
FROM JONATHAN ROSE, AIDMAN, PISER & COMPANY, P.A., TAMPA, FL
FROM PAUL BAYER, CPA, AIDMAN, PISER & COMPANY, P.A., TAMPA, FL
FROM ERIN MOUNTAIN, AIDMAN, PISER & COMPANY, P.A., TAMPA, FL
FROM RACHAEL HINKLEY, MST, AIDMAN, PISER & COMPANY, P.A., TAMPA, FL
FROM DANIEL MOORE, AIDMAN, PISEP, & COMPANY, P.A., TAMPA, FL