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15) Inoltre per dissimulator si puo osservare che "la finale esametrica da spicco all'opposizione etimologica di rilevante peso" (I.
86), which is efficient for detecting feigners (T score <50) and dissimulators (T score [greater than or equal to] 65) (Graham, 2006), was found to be a robust indicator of feigning, t(104) = 7.
When we look back up at the top of the diagram, we realize how it reveals Alison's process of learning about dissimulation and of changing from a passive potential victim to an active dissimulator and degrader.
The average length of stay was 19 days; none were detected by staff, though many genuine psychiatric patients confronted them as dissimulators.
62) Unlike Kozlov, Yurchak does not interpret the lack of protest in the USSR's final decades as a sign of society's "conformism, consumerism, and individualism," but neither does he follow Kharkhordin in viewing late Soviet citizens as dissimulators, who acted differently in the "official public" and the "hidden intimate.
Hallyn underscores the polemical context of Descartes' oeuvre in the final chapter, concluding that seasoned dissimulators are not above exposing the less subtle dissimulation of others when it suits them.
This attack on the superfluity of the literal descent, a species of general Protestant hostility to Catholic ceremony, is echoed in John Northbrooke's 1571 treatise Spiritus est vicarious Christi in terra, which begins with an attack on dissimulators who "conuey all their beleefe of the Romishe faith, into their secrete bosomes" and reiterates that "Christes soule should not neede to goe downe thither" to rescue the souls of the righteous dead.
For a discussion of Calvin's polemics against dissimulators in matters of evangelical faith, which occurred largely in the 1540s, see Eugenie Droz, "Calvin et les Nicodemites," in Chemins de l'heresie (Geneva: Slatkine, 1970), 1:131-71; and Perez Zagorin, Ways of Lying: Dissimulation, Persecution, and Conformity in Early Modern Europe (Cambridge, Mass.