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intrusive

[in′trü·siv]
(petrology)
Pertaining to material forced while still in a fluid state into cracks or between layers of rock.
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H2: Placing an HIV prevention ad in a scene that is high in narrativity (compared with a scene that is low in narrativity) increases perceived intrusiveness, which leads to negative attitudes toward the ad (a) and negative attitudes toward HIV prevention behavior (b).
001) between genders in terms of irritability, whereas there was no significant difference in terms of intrusiveness (p=0.
Specifically, the parenting behaviors of monitoring, affection, overexpectation, and intrusiveness were significant predictors of problematic mobile game use.
Our results support this hypothesis, showing with the VAY Intrusiveness and Distance subscales that beliefs about malevolent intentions of the voices mediate the relationship with both anxiety and depression in individuals with voices.
The following hypotheses were constructed: (a) in the dyadic interaction, mothers without common mental disorders emit more qualitatively positive behaviors (sensitivity, cognitive stimulation, positive affectivity) and less qualitatively negative behaviors (disengagement, coercion, and negative affectivity) than mothers that score positive for CMDs; (b) certain behaviors of the child are associated with certain behaviors of the mother; and (c) disengagement, intrusiveness, insensitivity, and poor maternal cognitive stimulation, as well as less involvement of the child in the interaction, would be configured as risk factors for the neuro-psychomotor development of the child.
We report two studies that examined the contributions of family intrusiveness to CDMD in career readiness.
The level of intrusiveness by courts in examining private settlements negotiated by counsel creates a barrier to resolving claims.
Supreme Court precedent because of the flexibility Graham affords courts to treat the extent of the injuries the use of force causes as a factor to be balanced when analyzing its intrusiveness.
EXCESSIVE intrusiveness by various parliamentary committees appears to be hampering the work of leading public sector enterprises in the country.
to reduce the intrusiveness into the daily Afghan life," he said.
The former home secretary accused Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg of "exaggeration and hyperbole and self-deception" over the supposed intrusiveness of the national identity register and the savings available from abolishing it.
Our engagement with other countries through IAEA or bilaterally to learn more about the international best practices for security of such assets are based on two clearly spelt out Red Lines - non intrusiveness and our right to pick and choose.