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However, even as many researchers have found that low-SES is a determining factor in how a child will succeed in school, many still agree that the affects of SES on learning achievement vary from case to case.
These factors can affect the relationship between its elastic and viscous response, which will vary as a function of temperature and rate of deformation.
While this may be true, researchers in artificial intelligence and affective computing (Burleson & Picard, 2004; Picard, Vyzas, & Healey, 2001; Pantic & Rothkrantz, 2000) seek to develop intelligent applications that detect a user's affect while interacting with computers to help cope with negative affects.
Researchers are beginning to understand the built environment for food and how it affects energy intake and obesity.
Throughout the Air Force, the order affects 21,000 personnel.
The most common type is peripheral neuropathy, also called distal symmetric neuropathy, which affects the arms and legs.
Marfan syndrome is a heritable condition that affects the connective tissue.
For communicators to move from tacticians to strategic partners with management, they must demonstrate how communication affects organizational performance and show which programs have the most significant return on investment.
A researcher uses the scientific method to find out whether a Bad Hair Day affects your mood.
Hence, the legislation affects expenditures incurred or transactions completed more than 11 years prior to the introduction of the legislation.
More long-chain branching provides advantages in low-barrier packaging applications because it affects crystalline orientation and reduces barrier.