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In his efforts to defeat Quebec separatists at all costs, he halted the move toward formal and informal asymmetries for Quebec.
Marked asymmetries and duplicated Heschl's gyri affect phonological decoding ability more than comprehension, while reduced volume of the cerebral hemispheres and auditory structures in the left hemisphere (the first Heschl's gyrus and the planum temporale) affect comprehension more than phonological decoding.
Price Rigidities, Asymmetries, and Output Fluctuations.
The following example illustrates how asymmetries of Linguistic and sociocultural knowledge come to play in the context of institutional interaction.
We suggest that our subjects did not make distinct attributions to symmetrical and asymmetrical stimulus faces simply because they, and people in general, are not 'tuned' to observe mild facial asymmetries in daily life.
ANOVA on directional asymmetries revealed a significant linear trend (p < 0.
By including the variance in the calculation, the ES accounts for the variation within and across samples, making it standardized and even more accurate when descriptions of the asymmetries are investigated [24].
One feature of the method is the opportunity of obtaining integrated asymmetries in the neutron counting rate as in the direction of the T-violating field and in the direction of the P-odd field of weak interaction from the same phase spectrum.
Slote feels that self-other asymmetries devalue agents and lead to paradoxes.
One problem with their test, however, is that it cannot distinguish among different types of asymmetries.
This work develops a theory of evolving systems with special reference to industries, markets, and economies that identifies the basic driving force behind economic transactions as the creation and maintenance of asymmetries in information and defines the value and cost of the information quantitatively in terms of the concept of statistical entropy, thus resulting in a general value transaction theory to be applied to socioeconomic systems.
Although parity-violating asymmetries of the order of a few percent had earlier been observed in polarized neutron capture, the idea was not pursued further.