pull theory

pull theory

a theory of wound healing and contraction stating that material within the healing wound contracts and pulls the margins of the wound together.
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The study supported the pull theory, as those who had suffered traumatic injury to the God spots were more likely to have mystical experiences.
Pull theory suggests that individuals are attracted to entrepreneurial activity to seek independence self-fulfillment, wealth and other desirable outcomes.
To do this, THAI required an IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL[R])-based solution that could pull theory into action, standardizing and controlling processes while providing greater visibility and measurement of service level agreements and performance.