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Variables mean SDrp -- -- 18.406 061.7 Social anxiety .001 ** -.207 3.951 14.71 positive beliefs about anxiety .000 ** .209 3.768 14.89 uncontrollability and risk .003 ** .170 4.251 14.81 cognitive confidence .049 * .105 4.008 15.56 need for thought control .001 ** -.199 4.188 15.07 Cognitive self-consciousness .000 ** -.336 8.379 20.61 Reassessment .005 ** .163 5.696 13.37 Suppression * P<0.05 ** P<0.01 Table 2: Multiple correlative coefficient and multiple correlative squire of main research hypotheses.
Hochberg would consider it a "breakthrough" to afford such patients reliable thought control over a computer mouse.
I interpret the above as an attempt at thought control."
An investigation of strategies of thought control in insomnia, Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 29, 3-12.
Shirley MacLaine, who visited China in 1972, wrote that she had never seen a quarrel in China and went on to say that "it slowly dawned on me that perhaps human beings could really be taught anything, that we were simply blank pages upon which our characters are written by parents, schools, churches, and the society itself." (8) MacLaine is unambiguously cheering the idea of thought control and the desirability of erasing human differences.
Turner "Ontario HRC and College of Physicians assault freedom of conscience, C.I., Oct 2008, p.35-37; also on our website) It was a blatant attempt to establish thought control over a large profession.
For the III, interpretability and scree plot were again considered and a 3-factor solution indicating Responsibility, Thought/Action Fusion and Thought Control seemed suitable for the data.
In agrim future, gifted psychics have become lab rats for a shadowy government agency called The Division, seeking to create an army capable of thought control. Nick (Chris Evans) escapes and is pursued by Division agent Carver (Djimon Hounsou).
It chronicles life (and death) in pre-Glasnost East Berlin, amid mind-boggling domestic spying and thought control.
Elizabeth foresees increasing miniaturisation in computers, and thought control.
The author centres each chapter on a theme and these are developed chronologically: creating a police state; the role of propaganda, censorship and 'thought control' over culture and education; the economy; social policies whether directed at the middle classes or the proletariat; racial policies towards Jews, gypsies and 'undesirables'; foreign policy or the 'road to war'.