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consequence

(kŏn′sē-kwĕns)
1. Any result, conclusion, or effect.
2. In psychology, the end result of a behavior, which may be positive, negative, or neutral.
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Have a care; for if you do raise the devil within me, the consequences shall fall heavily upon your own head!'
For, by the laws of custom, the whole shame, with all its dreadful consequences, falls intirely upon her.
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The woman, Deicy Ortiz, said she wasn't told before entering her plea in 2007 that deportation was a possible consequence. The court said that deportation is a collateral consequence of a plea and not something courts have to warn defendants about.
The studies of PDG with humans and nonhumans have shown control by the immediate consequence (molecular control) (Flood, Lenderman & Rapapport, 1983; Green, Price & Hamburger, 1995; Hall, 2003; Sanabria, Baker & Rachlin, 2003).
In two experiments simulating choices suspects face in police interrogations, undergraduate subjects altered their behavior to confess to illegal activities in order to relieve short-term distress (the proximal consequence) while discounting potential long-term (distal) consequences.
Supreme Court has ruled that the collateral consequence of deportation must be considered.
If some event or condition occurs, then a specific negative impact or consequence to program objectives will result.
First, in many criminal cases, the most significant penalty at stake is a collateral consequence rather than incarceration.
While some collateral consequences have an important, specific function--for instance, preventing someone who has been convicted of a sex offense from serving as a foster parent --others apply broadly to anyone with a criminal conviction, regardless of whether the consequence is relevant to that person's crime and whether they are likely to reoffend.
(2015).The effects of social and health consequence framing on heavy drinking intentions among college students.
Schneider (author); THE SCIENCE OF CONSEQUENCES; Prometheus Books (Nonfiction: Science) 21.00 ISBN: 9781616146627