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values

Medspeak-UK
The foundation of an individual’s thoughts, feelings, beliefs and attitudes.
 
Psychology
The constellation of general yet relatively abstract attitudes that people have as guiding principles behind specific convictions and actions. Values represent the principles on which one defines oneself in the universe.
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Response c in survey question 1 was assigned the point value of 4, with responses b = 3, a = 2 and d = 0 to reflect heavier participation in the active learning components with higher values.
Financial Accounting Standards (FAS) 141 through 144 provide a set of rules to value purchased intangibles for financial statement purposes.
The long-term solution to solving these problems is to develop a societal norm based on a limited number of core values.
At the same time, some proposed reforms are a threat to core medicare values, says the authors of National Values, Institutions and Health Policies: What do they imply for medicare reform?
It centers on the difference between intrinsic values and instrumental values.
(3) We use the symbols [x.sub.1],..., [x.sub.n] for both the random variables and their realized values.
An insurer that correctly understands the varying needs and values of customers in relation to its products and capabilities can identify why its offerings should be attractive to each group of customers.
More and more educators are coming to realize that although the separation of church and state in America is part of our political heritage, our students must be educated to have common values of honesty, love, respect, and responsibility in their lives.
Fair values may be used as an analytic tool in the lending process and are compared with historical cost values.
Reading Nietzsche's Also sprach Zarathustra in 1907, young Le Corbusier identified with the figure most hated by 'people of good', the one who 'blasts their tables of values, the breaker, the criminal', in other terms 'the creator'.
On the McCords' 1996 gift tax returns, the gifts' taxable values were based on the gross FMV transferred to the nonexempt donees ($6,910,933), reduced by the total Federal gift taxes payable and the actuarially determined present value of their obligations for additional estate taxes under Sec.