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Transition proneness as discussed in the gateway literature is akin to SH proclivity (as measured by the Likelihood to Sexually Harass [LSH] scale [Pryor, 1987]).
The work [16] introduces a prediction model named SDCAuto to predict the SDC proneness of a program's instructions.
[H]elpless coping predicted dependent variables for both sexes but shame proneness was a significant predictor only for females.
The interbehavioral interpretation of anger (Kantor, 1959, 1969; Ribes-Inesta, 2007) implies that some persons tend to experience anger proneness under certain specific circumstances which would not cause such a feeling in the case of other people.
Assessing jail inmates' proneness to shame and guilt--feeling bad about the behavior or the self?
Research shows that children who were encouraged by their parents to participate in pretence play and role playing have (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-6494.1987.tb00431.x/full) higher levels of fantasy proneness  later in life.
This is an excerpt from the book Quietus: Last Flight--Accident Proneness in WWII by Anne Gafiuk, published by Bomber Command Museum of Canada in 2017.
Through more load-unload cycles are performed in the laboratory experiments, the curves can be fitted through denser points, and then the rock burst proneness can be achieved through the interpolation points.
In contrast to the exclusively voluntary form of fantasy proneness expressed in cosplay, dissociative experiences involve a tendency to disconnect from reality (Bernstein & Putnam, 1986).
Long sleepers scored higher than short sleepers on adaptability, general ability, guilt- proneness, maturity, mental health, self- control and shrewdness dimension of personality.
Which is a less boring finding than it seems, since it puts paid to one of the favourite admonishments of teachers and parents everywhere: "There are no boring things, only boring people." (Or, as GK Chesterton originally said, "There is no such thing on Earth as an uninteresting subject; the only thing that can exist is an uninterested person.") Psychologists have tended to agree, attributing boredom largely to a personality trait, "boredom proneness".
I think it's important for people in positions of public service to acknowledge the proneness of government to overreach and to intrude into individuals' personal sovereignty.