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The idea that ritualistic behavior from entertainment consumers (including sport consumers) can impact loyalty is important in regards to this study.
And it is in the kavus or sacred groves, village shrines and homes, that an authentic experience of the ancient ritualistic art form can be had, where the performances are held under a glow created by burning coconut leaf bundles or oil lamps in the dead of night.
Part II turns to investigate how collective actions became ritualistic. It begins with an analysis of the contextual changes in the city's socioeconomic conditions and the strategic responses from different political actors regarding those changes.
Murphy, Macdonald, Hall, and Oliver (2000) investigated the termination of ritualistic behavior as a possible maintaining variable for the aggressive behavior of an individual diagnosed with severe developmental disabilities.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is characterized by intrusive, troubling thoughts (obsessions), and repetitive, ritualistic behaviors.
A Toledo, Ohio, diocesan priest has been found guilty of the 1980 ritualistic killing of a nun.
POLICE may investigate whether a skull found in a skip in a Birmingham street is linked to ritualistic killings.
Exploring ways to improve children's academic performance, advance children's communication and language skills, foster social interactions and friendships with typically developing peers, reduce disruptive behaviors, aid early identification and intervention, and reduce ritualistic behaviors and broaden children's interests, Pivotal Response Treatments For Autism is highly informative and very strongly recommended to all parents, teachers, and counselors of autistic children.
Her fuzzy figurations and obscured landscapes survey the places in between emotional and spiritual rapture in these ill-defined communities: arms flail, faces yearn, hopeful, reaching, and vaguely ritualistic.
Learn to identify ritualistic and intrusive thought patterns, and learn how to deflect them and turn them away with an excellent self-help guide to why obsessive thoughts persist and how psychologists treat the disorder.
It is interesting to note the politics of the time, constant dedication to the ritualistic worship of gods, and delegation of all things good and bad to a particular god's mood.
The distressing doctrinal and ritualistic drift has forced many traditional or moderate Catholics to lose hope in their leaders.