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Staff nurses had positive attitude in separatism, stereotyping, restrictiveness, benevolence and stigmatisation subscales with a maximum positive score shown in benevolence.
Zhu and Elbel's experiments [6] on vortex nozzle with initially subcooled R134a show that the strength of the nozzle inlet vortex can change the restrictiveness of the two-phase nozzle without the need of changing the nozzle geometry.
For member states that are covered by the OECD's survey, the restrictiveness of both horizontal and industry-specific regulation varies widely.
In particular, people from Asian cultures have been found to hold quite authoritarian views about treatment of mental illness and tend to be pro- social restrictiveness (Ng 1997), with similar results having been found in the present study.
Restrictiveness, Caregiver Mediation, and Violent Videogame Play
Pension funding is explained as a function of the level of restrictiveness of state-imposed TELs a municipal government in state j encounters in year t ([]TEL[][down arrow]jt) and a vector for control variables ([C.
Social restrictiveness addresses "viewing [people with mental illnesses] as a threat to society" (Taylor & Dear, 1981, p.
Felix Larkin presents an overview of the Freeman's Journal's relationship with constitutional nationalist politics, revealing the influence of journalists within the Irish Parliamentary Party, the restrictiveness of the politico-editorial line through the 1880s and its failure to modernise after 1890 in the wake of new rivals on the market.
Of the 140 countries analysed by the World Economic Forum study on Travel & Tourism Competitiveness, all GCC countries except the UAE were in the bottom-quartile in terms of the restrictiveness of its visa policies.
Of the 140 countries analyzed by the World Economic Forum study on Travel & Tourism Competitiveness, all GCC countries except the UAE were in the bottom-quartile in terms of the restrictiveness of its visa policies," added Nasr.