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(133.) For an account of such uncooperativeness in the United
For example, in the Israel Defense Forces, identification of risk and protective factors for suicides and development of practical suicide prevention programs do contribute to the decrease of military suicides.[22],[23],[24] In the Asia-Pacific regions, few reports are found about military suicides in other countries even though some studies for suicide attempts in armed forces in Singapore and Korea indicate that military suicidal attempts are related to the basic military training situations, personnel with lower rank,[25] or conscripts with characteristics such as difficulty-identifying-feelings, difficulty-describing-feelings, and uncooperativeness.[26]
The scale assesses five domains: excitement, tension, uncooperativeness, hostility, and poor impulse control.
Children with a tendency for hyperactiveness, destructiveness and uncooperativeness were more likely to take poisons.
Uncooperativeness. The superintelligence's goal is something like classical utilitarianism, with no additional regards for cooperating with other value systems.
Based on uncooperativeness and reluctance to accept the treatment and child displaying evidence of slight negativism, the child was graded "negative" according to the Frank l rating scale for behavior.
Any signs of favoritism of one over another will create disruption and uncooperativeness. And when there are interdepartmental conflicts, chiefs will not trust your leadership and final determinations.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) could not be done because of her uncooperativeness (restlessness and inability to lie still in the scanner).
These include the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) [25] excited component subscale (PANSS-EC), which consists of the following five items: excitement, hostility, tension, uncooperativeness, and poor impulse control.
"Physical distance, time of day, monetary expense, uncooperativeness, embarrassment and humiliation may all prevent patients from seeking face-to-face consultation.
Given that the police had already handcuffed the student and the student never showed any sign of resistance or uncooperativeness, the officer's actions were unwarranted.
(20) Symptoms measured by the BPRS include somatic concerns, anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, guilt, hostility, elevated mood, grandiosity, suspiciousness, hallucinations, unusual thought content, bizarre behaviour, self-neglect, disorientation, conceptual disorganisation, blunted affect, emotional withdrawal, motor retardation, tension, uncooperativeness, excitement, distractibility, motor hyperactivity, mannerisms and posturing.