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Preliminary demographic analyses show that gender and year in school do not affect satisfaction or effectiveness.
A range of sample shapes was molded to evaluate the effect of different configurations and potential constraints, and to note how these responses might also affect their viscoelastic response and tests used to measure their sealing capability.
More important, the affective state, whether positive or negative affect, changes how we think" (2004, p.
It is important to understand how these policies ultimately affect our eating and physical activity patterns so that we might use policy changes to modify our food and physical activity environments.
Although many of the listed factors equally affect the crime of a particular area, the UCR Program makes no attempt to relate them to the data presented.
Neuropathy can affect nerves throughout the body, causing numbness and sometimes pain in the hands, arms, feet, or legs, and problems with the digestive tract, heart, and sex organs.
For communicators to move from tacticians to strategic partners with management, they must demonstrate how communication affects organizational performance and show which programs have the most significant return on investment.
Since Marfan syndrome affects the long bones of the skeleton, arms, legs, fingers, and toes may be disproportionately long in relation to the rest of the body.
LaFrance, a Yale University professor, studies how physical appearance affects people's feelings.
Film extrusion conditions, including blow-up ratio (BUR), frost-line height, and gauge all affect WVTR of PE films made from resin with broad-MWD or long-chain branching.
Stress affects the officer, other employees, the department, the public, and the officer's family.
It is estimated that testosterone deficiency or andropause directly affects more than 11 million men in North America and is believed to have a correlation with Erectile Dysfunction (ED), which affects upwards of 30 million North American men.