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acceptability

[ak‚sep·tə′bil·ə·dē]
(engineering)
State or condition of meeting minimum standards for use, as applied to methods, equipment, or consumable products.
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Despite these consistent findings, there are interrelated factors that have been shown to influence ratings on treatment acceptability measures, such as behavior severity (Hastings et al.
Thus, we could say that textual acceptability not only varies from one language to another, but also in time.
We used conjoint analysis to measure participant preferences among different hypothetical HIV vaccines and to determine the impact of each vaccine attribute on overall vaccine acceptability scores.
Point biserial correlation was used to analyze relationships between demographic variables and treatment acceptability ratings for medication and BRT.
The acceptability of all the formulations was investigated both raw and mixed with local foods.
Multiple regression was used to model the influence of the seven independent and two control variables on perceptions of the effectiveness and acceptability of MI and CM.
The purpose of this investigation was to assess the acceptability of future FDA-approved HIV vaccines among individuals from vulnerable communities at risk for HIV infection and to quantify the relative impact of several potential vaccine attributes on HIV vaccine acceptability.
This would suggest that characteristics of athletic involvement may be less important predictors of the acceptability of dating violence than characteristics reflecting the dynamics of dating violence interaction.
Archimedes believes intranasal delivery offers significant potential benefits in the treatment of breakthrough cancer pain and will represent an advance over oral transmucosal presentations through its high acceptability and fast onset of action.
The process can also utilize an established range of acceptability to certify materials that require a well defined level of permeability.
A study of postpartum women in two maternity facilities may help alleviate doubts about the acceptability and effectiveness of universal domestic violence screening for pregnant women.
Specifically, this study looked at the strength of associations between individuals' reports of the frequency and acceptability of partners' behaviors (i.