(Profiles for Open Systems Internetworking Technologies) A set of voluntary standards published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for network equipment purchased by the U.S. government. It is the successor to GOSIP.
And indeed, a fundamental corollary of Fichte's understanding of the I as a kind of fact/act is his denial that the I is originally any sort of "thing" or "substance." Instead, the I is simply what it posits itself to be, and thus its "being" is, so to speak, a consequence of its self-positing, or rather, is co-terminus with the same.
Though the POSIT is one of the evaluation and screening tools most used by professionals and researchers worldwide in the field of addictive behaviours, we still lack specific psychometric data that enables our use of this instrument with certain guarantees to date in Spain.
The relationship between sexual identity and eating disorders remains unclear; however, several studies posit that male homosexuals are at increased risk for developing eating disorders (Buroughs & Thompson, 2001; Walcott et al., 2003).