The order of the questions asking about the benefits and drawbacks
of each risky driving behavior was counterbalanced across participants, as was the order of the risky driving behaviors.
with this system, Park said, is that the first shut-off valve does not completely separate or "decouple" the functions of plasticating and injection.
Further tweaking will address a couple of potential drawbacks
to the approach.
To start with, all previous drawbacks
from conventional non peer-to-peer sharing would be still there, unsolved.
The DST structure has some potential advantages, but also some drawbacks
, compared to a TIC offering.
Public debate over genetically modified organisms (GMOs) has largely focused around their benefits and drawbacks
to human beings (see "Food Fight," cover story, July/August 2003), but a recent study conducted at Purdue University is likely to lead the discussion in a different direction: environmental safety.
What are the benefits and drawbacks
to students of completing homework assessments online, as compared to using the pen-and-paper method?
There are, however, drawbacks
to this collaborative approach: for example, there has been no attempt to make the articles consistent with one another.
The biggest drawbacks
are two omissions: the boor really could use some photographs (there's just one, plus a cover shot of the major painting under discussion, and neither is very clear); and for student researchers an index would really help.
The experts cited in the accompanying article provided the following main benefits and drawbacks
of spray coating:
Scientists now report that this compound, which busts up blood clots as well as the leading medication for treating strokes does, avoids one of the drug's major drawbacks
Authors and physicians Tori Hudson and Christiane Northrup have been warning of the dangers and drawbacks
of HRT for years.