The reference group
has been consulted in the drafting of this Bill and I thank them for their work.
A possible explanation of the coach reference group
being associated with use may be a coach's role in forming team dynamics through recruitment, relationship, and policy formation.
TABLE 1 Frequencies of Medical Residency Selections Made by the Reference Group
and the Criterion Group Reference Criterion Group Group Residency Choice n % n % Internal medicine 1.
09) in the incidence of coronary artery disease, compared with the reference group
(Arthritis Care Res.
The USH2 results from the Health on Equal Terms questionnaire were compared to those for a reference group
comprised of 5,738 persons (Bostrom, 2008).
An expert reference group
of specialists with a wide range of knowledge and experience in this field was set up to contribute and advise on the report.
formation thus evolved as an alternative to the "industry norm" system used by many business sectors to evaluate financial performance.
According to age study population was divided into three groups: teenage mothers (< 20 years), old age mothers (35 years and more) and a reference group
(age between 20 and 34 years).
Tackling the issue of confidence in imitation, recent research has drawn attention to the issues of reference group
characteristics (such as variance in behavior within the reference group
and size of the reference group
) and their influence on the imitation of behavior (Greve, 1996; Rhee, Kim, & Han, 2006).
Ahead of the team's arrival, a reference group
has been set up to meet with police and garner the views and concerns of Jamaicans in the city.
A REFERENCE group
made up of members of the public will meet for the first time today as part of an inquiry into residential care for older people.
An additional reference group
included 110 women with a failed TOLAC who ultimately underwent repeat cesarean section, and no significant difference was seen between this group and the cases in terms of time to progress after 7 cm.