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design

(Construction plan), noun blueprint, chart, delineation, depiction, descriptio, diagram, draft, drawing, forma, graph, layout, lineamenta, map, model, outline, picture, plan, preliminary drawing, projection, proof, rendering, representation, rough cast, rough copy, rough representation, skeleton, sketch, treatment

design

(Intent), noun aim, ambition, animus, approach, aspiration, bent, consilium, consulto, course of action, desire, destination, determination, direction, end, end in view, expectation, fixed purpose, forethought, goal, hope, inclination, intention, meaning, mission, motive, object, objective, plan, plan of attack, predetermination, projected goal, proposed accion, proposed sequence of action, purport, purpose, purrose in view, pursuit, resolve, scheme, set purpose, settled purpose, stratagem, strategy, target, ultimate end, view, way of doing things, will
Associated concepts: common design, formed design, preeeditated design
See also: animus, arrange, arrangement, array, artifice, attempt, basis, blueprint, building, cabal, calculate, campaign, cause, composition, conceive, configuration, conspire, contemplation, content, contrivance, contrive, course, criterion, delineation, device, devise, direction, end, expedient, forethought, form, formulate, frame, function, goal, guidance, intend, intent, intention, invent, machination, maneuver, meaning, mission, mode, model, motif, motive, object, objective, order, organization, pattern, plan, plot, point, premeditation, program, project, proposal, proposition, purpose, purview, reason, ruse, scheme, strategy, structure, suggestion, system, target, treatment, trick, undertaking
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For repeat cross-sectional and two longitudinal designs, we also calculated unweighted and weighted changes in average ADL from 2005 to 2006 and from 2006 to 2007 using PROC SURVEYREG (SAS) and PROC DESCRIPTS (SUDAAN).
This study illustrates the developmental epidemiological perspective in [beta]-thalassaemic children and their family using an accelerated longitudinal design.
This article discusses the advantages and challenges of adopting a longitudinal design within a quantitative method.
In sum, we believe that the results of our study are noteworthy, as we (partly) validated a model that describes specific relationships between work characteristics and psychological outcomes by means of a longitudinal design which largely meets the present criteria for longitudinal research formulated by Zapf et al.
Also, as noted by Raudenbush and Chan accelerated longitudinal designs such as the CSD are most credible when adjacent cohorts share "more rather than fewer points of overlap' (p.
A longitudinal design is defined as one where expectations are measured before the service is delivered and perceptions are captured after the service.
This study is a well-thought out longitudinal design that attempts to capture areas that have been left out in past research.
Our longitudinal design allowed us to take into account previous violence, enabling us to test whether adolescent depression is associated with changes in violence over time.
This report takes advantage of the Survey of Income and Program Participations longitudinal design that collected detailed monthly information from individuals age 15 and older on:
The current analyses employed an accelerated longitudinal design (Helms, 1992) to examine growth from 3rd to 8th grade, pooling 5 waves of longitudinal test data that were available.
The term longitudinal design refers to a flexible research approach that can be applied to a wide range of topics involving change over time.

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