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trustworthiness

 [trust´wer-the-ness]
the quality of inspiring trust in someone else; this is one of the central virtues in virtue-based ethical theories.

trustworthiness

A clinical trials term of art for an attribute of records (data and documents) and signatures submitted to regulatory agencies regarding their suitability for reaching scientific conclusions about safety and efficacy, which underlies public policy decisions regarding market authorisation. Key dimensions of trustworthiness of eClinical trial data are data quality and data integrity.

trustworthiness

Ethics A principle in which a person both deserves the trust of others and does not violate that trust
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Our interest in this paper is in understanding how partners perceive the overall trustworthiness of one another.
There were no universal highly significant correlations between babyfacedness and trustworthiness except that only with neutral faces these perceived characteristics were positively correlated.
Overall, children seemed to be most consistent in judging trustworthiness, compared to the other two traits.
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