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POB = Perceptions of Barriers, Ed Barriers = Perceptions of Education-Related Barriers, Car Barriers = Perceptions of Career- Related Barriers, CWB = Coping with Barriers, PACCC-RV-II = Perceptions of Ethnocultural P-E Fit, Factoriness = Contextual Satisfactoriness, Satisfaction = Contextual Satisfaction, Ethnoc Diff = Ethnocultural Difference, MEIM = Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure, ABC = Affirmation, Belonging, and Commitment subscale, Search = Identity Search subscale, and SACQ = Student Adaptation to College Questionnaire.
TABLE 1 PACCC-RV-II and SAM Subscale Differences by Ethnicity and Sex Ethnicity Sex Scale and Subscale F p F p PACCC-RV-II Contextual Satisfactoriness 5.
Social skills, in this theory, are instrumental tools for increasing employees' satisfaction and satisfactoriness to their employers through their abilities to negotiate correspondence between self and the environment.
Prediction of satisfactoriness and satisfaction: An 8-year follow up.
Lubinski, 2000; Scarr, 1996; Schmidt, Lubinski, & Benbow, 1998), these two notions of correspondence suggest that people require information about both their abilities and their preferences (as well as the ability demands and the rewards of the environment) to make educational and vocational decisions that optimize their own satisfaction and satisfactoriness.
Unfortunately, the cost associated with treating and living with a serious medical condition can quickly erode the satisfactoriness of wage and salary levels (McMahon, 1979).
He makes no comment about the satisfactoriness of Indian
Wilson's classic discussion of relevance concludes that it would be simpler to replace use of the word "relevance" by separate words for the three different meanings that he discusses: logical relevance, a suitable documentary means to ends, and satisfactoriness (Wilson, 1968, chapter 4).
Lending support to this interpretation, leading proponents of a preference-satisfaction conception of well-being call for well-being to be measured by reference either to general laws of psychology (74) or through thought experiments in which an observer imagines others' psychological states and compares their intensity or satisfactoriness with her own.
These improvements are documented over time and their satisfactoriness is attested to by the record of these improvements and by the teacher's continued or increased use of a particular approach or components of that approach.
Patrons judge the success and satisfactoriness of the information or material on how well these meet their own complex pattern of internal and external needs, purposes, and states of knowledge.
Satisfaction and satisfactoriness are not quite the same thing, of course.