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2%) met the operational definition of physical or verbal aggressiveness used in Dr.
The objective is to evaluate a generic mild-hybrid 48V vehicle fuel consumption reduction potential and consider its correlation with driver aggressiveness.
The findings of the competitive dynamics research show that action aggressiveness is positively related to various measures of market performance, like revenue growth and market share gains (Chen and MacMillan 1992; Ferrier 2001; Ferrier et al.
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The chances of her reverting to aggressiveness will always be there given the right circumstances, which you can't fully control.
The current research, in order to understand the mechanism of GnIH inhibiting aggressiveness, involved a series of experiments using quail, an aggressive species of bird, as a model.
Believing that the modern game needs a similar edge to grab fans, McEnroe, a BBC pundit, said that that it would be nice to see players going at their games more viciously like he had in his clashes with Connors or Lendl, although he added that many players of today find it hard to show aggressiveness as it is not their style.
The loan of as much as 100 million will be spent in priority areas recognized in the National Strategic Reference Framework, including enhancement of the aggressiveness of the economy of Cyprus, endorsement of sustainable growth and investments in skill developments and innovation.
These authors maintain that aggressiveness and inhibition are two independent dimensions with regard to assertiveness, and that assertiveness only reflects low scores in aggressiveness and inhibition.
According to Sandstrom (2007) authoritarian and permissive parenting styles are more likely to be associated with aggressiveness than the authoritative parenting style.
Aggressiveness may appear in physical, verbal, or psychological (mobbing) forms.