rejection


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I had the urge to check who else was invited, and I saw my name alongside those of the publishers that sent me those soul-crushing rejection letters four years ago.
Furthermore, previous researchers have investigated the effects of RS on individuals' reactions in different rejection situations.
The Duterte administration will be losing a very competent and dedicated DSWD secretary with this rejection and the majority of the people, catered to by the DSWD, would be the ones to suffer,' Zarate said.
Most centres do not perform heart transplantation in patients with a high DSA level since the risk of antibody-mediated rejection is high, particularly hyper-acute rejection, said lead author Dr Guillaume Coutance, a cardiologist at Piti-Salptrire Hospital in Paris, France.
In liver transplant patients in particular, acute rejection develops in about 20 percent of those treated with standard immunosuppressive therapy.
Demographic information form, Rejection sensitivity scale, Shyness scale and Contingencies of self-worth scale were used for data collection.
Keywords: Attachment Styles, Self-Esteem, Rejection Sensitivity, University Students
From blood samples, researchers have developed an algorithm to classify the risk of rejection of the patients in children as well as adults.
1] defines rejection of care as "behavior that interrupts or interferes with the delivery or receipt of care" (CMS, 2013, chap.
We were curious about the extent to which perceived experiences of parental acceptance and rejection in childhood were linked to socio-emotional functioning in emerging adulthood.
However, chronic rejection is becoming a larger issue, especially since transplant recipients are living longer now than ever before.
Many people are probably familiar with targeted rejection from their school days, when a student was actively and intentionally rejected by another student or a group of students.