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tendency

 [ten´den-se]
an inclination or likelihood; a predisposition toward an action, behavior, or thought process.
suicidal t's see suicide.
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Anger management (AMGE), as might be expected, correlated negatively with all of the risk variables, but significantly so only with negative self-evaluation and the total suicidal tendency.
Researchers have argued that the feeling of regret also reflects the activation of a specific action tendency: the tendency to repair the goal-incongruent event.
In this research Empathique Tendency Scale developed by Dokmen (1988) (ETS) is used as data acquisition device.
Two rotated factors (cognitive tendency and behavioral tendency) that were extracted explained 52.77% of the variance among scores.
* Our natural tendency to formulate dogmas even on matters that are wide open to discussion and choice.
January 2012 FOMC Projections and Taylor Rule Predictions Bottom of Bottom of Median Top of Top of range central central range tendency tendency The timing of the first rate increase, according to: January 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 SEP projections Unemployment 2012:Q4 2013:Q3 2014:Q2 2015:Q3 2016:Q1 Note: The centra!
"The central tendency of their forecasts for the unemployment rate at the
Simply, a high consumer ethnocentric tendency cause consumers to purchase their local products and keeps them away from purchasing foreign products due to ethnic and nationalistic reasons (Poon et al., 2010).
The inauguration of the Israel Museum s renewed 20-acre campus Sunday evening features a display that aims at changing the "tendency" to view Jerusalem only through a Jewish perspective.
and; 2) by contrast, how can we hold this sort of identity preservation without asserting 'too much identity?' Boyarin questions Yoder's tendency to assimilate Judaism to his diasporic account of 'right' Christianity and wonders about the difference therefore between Yoder's account of Christian identity and the rather imperialist tendencies of the religious right.