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Although some research has explored factors associated with women's feigning orgasm, very few studies have examined individuals' reported motives for doing so.
The women feigning allegations of IPV were living with their partners, had no previous history of IPV, and had negatively responded to a questionnaire on instances of IPV.
An injured player must be given full protection under the rules, but feigning injury is dishonest, unsportsmanlike and contrary to the spirit of the rules," the rulebook states.
Pleiotropic anti-predator strategies, fleeing and feigning death, correlated with dopamine levels in Tribolium castaneum.
Shakespeare would not have repeated this plot device if the experiment in Hamlet had been a failure, if he had judged that most playgoers failed to catch any of the numerous clues that Hamlet was feigning a self-addressed speech.
The second evaluation involved supplying participants a series of feigning instructions whereby they had to imagine they had been injured in a traffic accident and were feigning to have suffered psychological injuries so as to obtain a sizeable compensation for damages.
The feigning simulation ended when I finally moved the snake, time when the snake took the opportunity to escape.
As well as accusing France of deliberately employing delaying tactics and not engaging fully in the scrums last weekend, Henry also claimed several of their players were feigning injury, lying on the ground.
Gregory, who has been reviewing past literature, says that the 1975 paper suggests that death feigning might work for an animal tangling with a predator that typically caches prey.
His methods of feigning enthusiasm and his bending of communist rules enhance his description of one person's effort to think and live independently.
His stance regarding feigning injury and theatrics is still as trenchant as ever, but he has mellowed over penalty awards after minimal contact.