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congruence

functionally normal bone orientation within a normal joint
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Self-congruence theory (Sirgy, 1982) explains the impact of self-image congruence and its influence on consumer behavior.
In the first implementation style of strong actor congruence and provision coherence, we anticipate little conflict: the treaty provisions are clear in terms of the policy goals and the means to achieve them.
The first is the principal congruence subgroup [[GAMMA].
Table 1 and Figure 2 provide overviews of vote congruence rates between South Korea and significant neighboring countries.
Congruence indexes showed clear improvement when response biases were removed.
This weaker part of this analysis is related to the initial proposition that the degree of congruence between a country's political culture and the imposed institutions is likely to contribute to the sustainability of institutions, while the findings of the book suggest the opposite.
The study of the relationships between the moderators that are thought to bias pain assessment and the features of the congruence between PSRP and observer-rated pain can be used as a tool to uncover the impact of pain assessment moderators on pain estimation and possibly to offer clues for the explanation of pain misestimation [2, 4].
Baruah and Ojah [6] also proved some congruence properties for some particular cases of [c.
We investigated the following properties of the MPI: (1) thematic congruence across repeated applications over 2A weeks and (2) service user acceptability.
Keywords: mental health professions, vocational personality, congruence
Speedy algorithms were formulated for lifting solutions of a polynomial congruence mod p , to polynomial congruence mod p.