congruence

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congruence

functionally normal bone orientation within a normal joint
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If congruency is expectedness, then expected advertising in this research is the most effective; advertising that is not expected is least effective.
A high degree of congruency is expected to result in a high level of job satisfaction.
That suggested congruency then directs us to ask further whether the case's solution is prudential.
The results of Experiments 1 and 2 provide evidence of a genuine space-time congruency effect for potential events.
For research question four, researchers tested the null hypothesis, which stated variations in Expectation Congruency and Interaction did not explain a significant (p > .
Human goodness, therefore, may be understood as the movement toward cosmic congruency, and goodness in human beings may be understood to indicate the rational goodness of the whole.
The foreground text information is preserved by adaptive thresholding using integral image and background noise is removed by using the binarized image of phase congruency map.
Manipulations between the presentation format, the size, numerical distance, and size congruency enable the search for new evidence regarding both hypotheses.
The concept of congruency continues to be studied widely in the literature (Meir, 1989).
In regressing the Congruency, and each BSC dimension, as well as interaction terms for the importance of each type of information on participants' global evaluations, this study was able to account for a significant amount of the variance in global evaluations, Adjusted [R.
Such outcomes relate to the symmetry of the sphere rather than either congruency or similarity.
Not only has the affective reaction to congruency been researched: the impact or effect that these congruencies have on advertising has also been studied.