The issue of distortion or bias in social cognition is difficult to address with the present data, as the ratings of attentiveness, criticalness
, and admiration are inherently subjective.
is a component of the concept of expressed emotion (EE), a robust research construct in family psychiatry.
It is believed that the inconsistency in the weld factor with the thinner films is due to the criticalness
in horn/fixture alignment .
Unless you have critically reviewed the degree of evaluation: (1) the scope and completeness of questions; (2) the degree of physical aptitude that is required, where applicable, to pass; and (3) the frequency and the associated complexity and criticalness
of the associated task, one cannot be confident sending out an OQed worker to perform that particular task.
Within this consideration of Uchimura's context, we find the threads that form the crux of the book's central theme: that Uchimura transcended the crosscurrents of cultural and national identity resulting from his acceptance of a non-native religion to the level of one who could speak as a representative of his subsequent faith with equal criticalness
to the dichotomous sources of his makeup.
In turn, these categories have filtered to public schools and have been reproduced by teacher and student alike in ways that can foreclose on other possible voices that approach criticalness
from a much different space and understanding.
The first challenge is that through the process of assimilation into the mainstream society, the otherness and criticalness
of the gay rights movement in the early 1990s has been rap idly erased, flattened and replaced by a growing number of normalized, globalized and commodified gay images.
Tiffany represents a school of thought typified in Houston Diehl who sees in Shakespeare a Protestant self-consciousness and criticalness
operating upon traditional material.