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To assess the full impact of the disease on the patient's life, the nurse also should evaluate subjective sensations, such as dyspnea and breathlessness (Dains, Baumann, & Scheibel, 2012).
are numerous and extremely rich, and reveals a very high subjective sensation of being under the effects of cocaine or speed (Escrig, 2014).
Vertical Jump Test with Stretching (SG): The subjects performed three different lower limbs stretching techniques on Subjective Sensation of Pain Threshold (SSPT): 1- hamstring and calf stretch (60 sec), 2Quadriceps stretch (60 sec for each leg), 3- gluteus maximus stretch (60 sec for each leg) (Figure 1) after they performed 3 VJ with a 5 sec interval between each jump, using the CMJ.
Xerostomia refers to subjective sensation of dryness of mouth and can be a symptom of certain diseases or as an adverse effect of certain medications.
Glare caused by natural lighting is usually studied in dark chambers lit with devices emulating a window: the photometric independent variables measured are correlated with the subjective sensation of glare from the observers and turned into equations [Hopkinson 1972, Chauvel and others 1980, Iwata and others 1991].
Helmer Elisa Millet" plays with modes of seeing, including video diaries and Super 8, to achieve the nicely subjective sensation of a young woman's inchoate thoughts gradually finding their focus.
The scale consisted of eight adjectives that reflected subjective sensation, including: alert/able to concentrate, anxious, energetic, confidence, irritable, jittery/nervous, sleepy, and talkative.
When evaluating if sleep disorders are existent or not, experts try to draw on the subjective sensation of the participants.
Subjective assessment for the visual security of the cipher-images can be influenced by measurement environment and subjective sensation.
This subjective sensation is what the old Italian masters called the "appoggio" and is, as every fine singer knows, a most admirable and necessary feeling while making tone; but it is caused by a properly tensed larynx.

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