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To test their hypothesis, the researchers conducted studies that examined how environmental cues activate the implemental mindset, both behaviourally and cognitively.
The CEA in India is implemental on children aged from 5 to 14 years while in Pakistan it would be implemental on children from 5 to 16 years.
This is supplemented by Rules 23 (d) and (e) of the Implemental Regulations to the Convention of the Grant of European Patents.
beyond (but not against) the implemental prescriptions of particular
Using shared funding, best science, a diversity of partners, and a public process the UPCD has successfully implemented long-term actions and projects across the state that promote healthy watershed values, generate implemental science, and support sustainable agriculture, improved wildlife habitat, and the increased production of high quality water.
At a time when special education budgets are constrained and the demand for behavior analysis services continue to increase within school settings a clear implemental system to train the trainers is not only necessary but essential.
Owner-breeder Satish Sanan, who was implemental in creating the Task Force, felt it had been insufficiently handled.
You want a high probability of success and a high return, whether that's in cost savings or implemental revenue.
Still, many critics of White acknowledge that parts of the Bible may have helped create a functional and implemental view of nature among Jews and Christians.
The particular association (activity and sensation-seeking) could perhaps reflect a greater tendency to adopt an implemental rather than deliberative mindset (Gollwitzer & Kinney, 1989), thus increasing susceptibility to situational factors associated with illusion of control.
"The implemental business could not be gotten by one of us without the other.