individual trait

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Using the contingency tables, correspondence analysis was used to create biplots to visually demonstrate the relationship between American Blacks and American Whites for each individual trait. The biplots of the traits that were deemed statistically significant per Pearson's chi-square analysis are depicted in Figures 13-17.
Agency is not an individual trait. Schools, groups, and communities can organize to grow agency for collective interests.
"But honesty is an individual trait and it will always be up to the worker whether to be trustworthy or not.
However, the mother-of-two believes that handwriting is a very individual trait.
It has been confirmed in many studies that an individual trait was closely related to negative emotion not to positive emotion (Rusting & Larsen, 1997; Watson & Clark, 1992), regardless of brain imaging research (Canli et al., 2001) or ERP studies (Canli, et al., 2001; Schmidtke & Heller, 2004).
We illustrate the individual impact of corporate directors, especially the role of one individual trait: their financial expertise.
An individual trait has become a societal bane so much so that it affects even our culture.
However, the problem of using individual trait estimates in place of the true levels still remains.
The significant variations existed in different traits like vegetative, reproductive, biomass, and seed traits etc among different groups of genotypes indicated the impact of genetic variability and gene pool on the expressivity of individual trait. Thus, these observations also indicated that various groups of cultivars belongs to different groups of plant type containing different gene pools.
Plant breeders are usually restrained by resource limitations, and conducting selections in the most desirable test location for each individual trait may not be realistic.
Gourlay (2002) identifies two issues associated with tacit knowledge: first, whether tacit knowledge is an individual trait or a trait that can be shared by both individuals and groups and, second, whether tacit knowledge can be made explicit.
Traditionally, literature on race and crime has failed to problematize both these notions, seeing "race" as an individual trait and crime as an objective fact.

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