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Penalizing parental uncooperativeness can also be seen in state laws addressing truancy.
He was further told that if DNA evidence came back to match him, he would be conclusively linked to the crime, rendering his alleged uncooperativeness an aggravating factor against him.
Race, Rape, and Justice brings out the hostility or uncooperativeness of white officials, the belligerence of other whites when they learned the purpose of the northern white intruders.
Rogers (1997) criticized the use in DSM-IV of uncooperativeness and treatment noncompliance as criteria for malingering because those who malinger often are highly cooperative and voluntarily seek treatment, though they do become uncooperative under more direct questioning.
In its four years as a council member, South Africa had to vote on three occasions on a resolution to extend the mandate of the special rapporteur and that expressed deep concern about the human rights environment in North Korea and disappointment in its uncooperativeness.
Conclusions: uncooperativeness would lead to excessive pollution.
A rumor saying that the elder cousin had earned more than the younger cousin triggered the resentment and uncooperativeness of the family of the younger cousin, which in turn, later, evoked hostility and revenging measures of the elder cousin's family.
The PANSS, particularly the component that addresses excitement, includes an assessment of the following symptoms: excitement, hostility, tension, uncooperativeness, and poor impulse control.
Agnew (1992) proposed that an individual may involve in crime as a result of experiencing negative emotions, if the feelings regarding uncooperativeness of environment are generalized.
Antipsychotics such as olanzapine (Zyprexa), quetiapine (Seroquel), risperidone (Risperdal), aripiprazole (Abilify), ziprasidone (Geodon), and haloperidol (Haldol) address delusions, hallucinations, aggression, uncooperativeness and hostility.
Patients were required to be clinically agitated at baseline, with a score of [greater than or equal to]14 on the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale Excited Component (PANSS-EC)--which consists of the PANSS items of tension, excitement, hostility, uncooperativeness, and poor impulse control; each item is rated from 1 (absent) to 7 (extreme)--and a score of [greater than or equal to]14 (moderate) on [greater than or equal to]1 item.