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EBM
A critical or explanatory note, usually included in a bibliography in a particular written communication (paper or electronic).

Medspeak
A written or verbal communication to a requesting party about a person’s, in particular a doctor’s, qualifications for a particular post.

reference

adjective Referring to a standard or norm noun Medical communication noun
1. A note in an article or publication that refers the reader to another passage or source.
2. An entry in a bibliography; a citation of previously published material, which includes author names, title of the article, journal, yr, volume and pages in which it was published.

reference

(rĕf′ĕr-ĕns) [L. referre, to bring back, to report]
1. A standard for the evaluation of objects, data, or ideas.
2. A link or connection between data, ideas, or objects.
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Referent group was coded by categorizing the referent as described in the study.
n] is necessarily co-instantiated with the property of conforming to the goals of practical reasoning, whatever they are, and (ii) that it is the referent of the predicate "is better than.
Weiss (2004: 155) shows that the acceptance of eden in indefinite non-specific contexts rises if the referent is further specified by a subordinate clause (same as in Bulgarian, e.
26) Table 2 Correlations of Exercise Motivation with Athletic Identity (AI), Amount of Exercise, Life Satisfaction, Positive Affect and Negative Affect (N = 400) Self- Social- Total Referent Referent Exercise Measures AI AI AI Amount Exercise Motivation External .
Had that context been different in the relevant respect, that is, had another object or individual played the role of the object that the speaker was intending to name when she introduced the expression, the referent of the expression would have been different.
In earlier societies, prior to the advent of capitalism's productive technologies and modern media technology, "truth," in the form of accurate image to referent correspondence was possible (Baudrillard, 1994).
Specifically, research regarding the role of referent others as they influence behavior and performance at the individual level provides a means to understand how the use of the internal resources and capabilities of an organization (the focus of the RBV) can be influenced by external factors that are not necessarily equivalent to the industry level factors typically studied in IO economics.
Characterizing the LAW as referent, then, does primarily two things: first, the word "referent" reminds us that laws are not independent entities which can vouchsafe their own validity or efficacy; rather, they are merely dependent variables which are in a dependent relationship with a higher order referent or ideal.
A core assumption of equity theory (Adams, 1963, 1965) is the notion that individuals assess their ratio of outcomes to inputs with regard to comparison or referent others.
cognitive breadth and tolerance of different ideas in problem solving) and referent criterion (i.