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Ratzinger, however, holds that Jesus' vicarious representation of humanity does not violate human freedom but fosters it.
This technology is a new computational paradigm which Vicarious calls the Recursive Cortical Network.
Gibson's Not the Way You Thought It Would Be leads the reader in an exhilarating vicarious journey of faith through the life Abraham from the book of Genesis, chapters 11 through 25; including God's invitation to obedient faith through to Abraham's passing the torch and finishing strong.
By leveraging core insights from machine learning and neuroscience, the Vicarious AI achieves success rates up to 90% on modern CAPTCHAs from Google, Yahoo, PayPal, Captcha.
In the 1990s, concepts related to counselor trauma were widely researched (Figley, 1995; McCann & Pearlman, 1990), and the two terms commonly used to conceptualize counselor trauma resulting from work with traumatized clients were vicarious trauma and secondary traumatic stress disorder.
Assessing for Risk Factors for Vicarious Trauma and Burnout
In the first ever study to investigate vicarious supervisory abuse, Paul Harvey, associate professor of organizational behaviour at University of New Hampshire (UNH), and his research colleagues Kenneth Harris and Raina Harris from Indiana University Southeast and Melissa Cast from New Mexico State University discovered that supervisory abuse is associated with job frustration, abuse of other co-workers, and a lack of perceived organizational support beyond the effects of the abusive supervisor.
In the study of vicarious supervisory abuse--the first of its kind --Paul Harvey, associate professor of organizational behavior at UNH, and his research colleagues Kenneth Harris end Raina Harris from Indiana University Southeast and Melissa Cast from New Mexico State University found that vicarious supervisory abuse is associated with job frustration, abuse of other coworkers, and a lack of perceived organizational support beyond the effects of the abusive supervisor.
Vicarious traumatization is the idea that through hearing about sexual trauma in clients, therapists will also experience a level of trauma.
Under the new cover the AOP will handle claims against the business in respect of its vicarious liability for medical malpractice arising out of the acts or omissions of qualified staff--optometrists and DOs who are employed or engaged as locums by the business in carrying out their work--and the work of unqualified staff under their supervision, as appropriate.