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However, patients with high albumin levels rated their physical health and the perceived supportiveness of physicians and nurses significantly higher than those with lower albumin levels.
I chose a "Coaching" approach, alternating directiveness and supportiveness.
Environmental supportiveness for physical activity in English schoolchildren: A study using global positioning systems.
Based on previous studies and our current study, it is safe to say that some parental behaviours, such as sensitivity, supportiveness and responsiveness are, in part, genetically influenced," co-author Ariel Knafo told Discovery News.
Too much supportiveness also can foster dependency.
A 6-item scale developed by Ragins & Cornwell (2001) was used to assess the supportiveness of organizational policies and practices for gay and lesbian employees.
In particular, the national climate for creativity is argued to include (a) ideological supportiveness, which on the national level, is captured by low levels of power distance and high levels of assertiveness, (b) perceived freedom in the society, (c) material supportiveness, operationalized as R&D intensity, (d) positive pressure in terms of innovation dependence, (e) negative pressure, captured by high levels of performance orientation in the society, and (f) procedural impediments, operationalized as governmental regulations.
I have come to admire Zane for many reasons: his intelligence, his deep knowledge of forest issues, his conviction, his supportiveness, his willingness to say what he thinks.
com)-- Over 350,000 votes were cast in support of the 2012 contestants, reflecting immense interest and supportiveness for moms building businesses at the same time they tend to their families.
Martin, Ryan, and Brooks-Gunn found that fathers' supportiveness was associated with children's school readiness only when mothers scored average or below on supportiveness.
In the current study, one of the highlighted themes extracted from the service recipient is the effectiveness of individual behaviors, from which self-concepts such as openness, empathy, positivism, supportiveness and equality had emerged.
We also assessed interpersonal responses to such disclosures and whether the supportiveness of these responses would be related to anger resolution, behavioral responses, and subsequent faith in God.