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at·ti·tu·di·nal

(at'i-tū'di-năl),
Relating to a posture of the body; for example, attitudinal (statotonic) reflex.

at·ti·tu·di·nal

(at'i-tū'di-năl)
Relating to body posture; e.g., attitudinal (statotonic) reflex.

attitudinal

pertaining to or arising from an attitude or posture.

attitudinal reflexes
see postural reflexes.
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Although the same questionnaire was not used in both studies, both studies focused on measuring pre- to post-course attitudinal change in beliefs, values, and community awareness.
Attitudinal measures The Semantic Differential Scale (SDS) (Pizzo, 1981), consists of 12 pairs of words rated on a 5-point Likert scale measuring a favorable or unfavorable attitude.
Almost all School of Education and School of Social Work students are female between the ages of 21 and 27 and have similar social and attitudinal profiles (Bar-Yaacov, 2001).
The theories are as follows: (1) motivational and attitudinal models; (2) sex-role socialization; (3) sex-typed jobs and internal labor markets; (4) the constraint of numbers; (5) patriarchy; and (6) minorities within a minority.
Set to debut at Frankfurt in September, it looks handsome and very attitudinal.
The educational exchange was offered to Immanuel by Attitudinal Dynamics International Inc.

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