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Four items assessed the perceived favorableness of the company's privacy practices (shown in Appendix 2).
The analysis of the events reported in the New York Times Index and the ACCI Newsletter indicates similarities in the frequency and favorableness of reported actions yet shows differences with respect to the form (i.
These components can be logically difficult to separate from each other; arguments for relevance and materiality are almost certain to overlap with each other, and may also overlap with the argument for favorableness.
Favorableness toward the lottery in non-lottery states has increased four consecutive years and is now at its highest level since the question was first asked in the 1996 survey," said Gary Ferguson, senior vice president of American Viewpoint, Inc.
Actuarial favorableness serves to further increase the insurance coverage.
In the present study, it was hypothesized that justice perceptions would mediate the relationship between occupational gender, investigator location, investigator gender, and outcome favorableness on litigation endorsement.
Another group of persons (including male and female) told this researcher that they count on the favorableness of the situation of the situation.
Event-related outcome measures included a 10-factor analytically-derived assessment of negative affect, a measure that examines the religious resolution of the event, and a general outcome measure that evaluates the favorableness of the event's resolution.
This index provided a single measure for assessing the total favorableness of each characteristic.
It's composed of many things associated with the favorableness or unfavorableness of the job environment as perceived by the individual.
Four items asked about the favorableness of the youth's overall behavior, departure conditions, goal achievement, and predicted future success, using 7-point scales ranging from "very unsuccessful" to "very successful.
Two moderators that have been suggested as influencing the relationship between apology and discipline are: (1) severity of outcome of the violations committed by the offender (see Darby & Schlenker, 1982; O'Malley & Greenberg, 1983; Rosen &,Jerdee, 1974; Schlenker & Darby, 1981; Schwartz, Kane, Joseph & Tedeschi, 1978); and, (2) favorableness of reputation of the offender as perceived by the offendee (see Darby & Schlenker, 1989; Goffman, 1971; Jones & Wortman, 1973; O'Malley & Greenberg, 1983; Schlenker, 1980).