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But, no matter how hard we try to stifle a yawn, it might change how we yawn but it won't alter our propensity to yawn.
This article analyzes CFOI data and propensity ratios to describe trends in workplace suicide.
The data is grouped based on the estimated propensity scores then balance is assessed, to ensure that the grouping produced similar pools of patients receiving treatment A versus B and finally analyzed to estimate the treatment effect and its clinical and statistical significance.
Given that high anticonsumption individuals do not endorse a worldview where consumption is desirable, we expect that MS has no effect on the propensity to resist consumption for individuals who endorse anticonsumption lifestyles.
The Stable Outlook reflects Fitch's expectation of an ongoing ability and propensity on the part of the shareholders to support MGEC until the sale process has been completed and its obligations under its issued debt have been repaid.
1) Clearly, the propensity for female-owned firms is higher in some counties than in others and likewise for men, but on average the propensity for female-owned firms is much lower than that for males.
Propensity score analysis has become increasingly popular in the social, behavioral, and health sciences for making causal inferences based on observational studies.
While the advantages and disadvantages of using propensity scores are well known (e.
In small groups this propensity can be countered by the rules of behavior the group adopts and enforces (8).
While some IgG clones had very low RB-inducing propensity and resulted in high level protein secretion, biosynthetically challenging IgG clones exhibited higher propensity to induce RBs and typically resulted in low secretion output.
He discusses and illustrates how data from experimental and quasi-experimental designs are analyzed, and how propensity scores are used to address their problems and improve inferences with such data.