has been associated with quality of website content, but stickiness
and time spent may be part of a larger construct encompassing all web use in totality.
(12) See CHIP HEATH & DAN HEATH, MADE TO STICK (2008) (offering an entire book on their concept of "stickiness
Third, passive team members may influence others to decrease their performance (matching), resulting in low group performance norms (Paulus et al., 2010) increasing stickiness
. Supportive social processes such as support for creativity, risk-taking, teamwork and tolerance of mistakes, enhance team performance (Kennedy et al., 2009).
To acquire stickiness
information for the tannin in question, each sample is analyzed at four different column temperatures, and from this temperature response, the stickiness
of the tannin towards the HPLC column can be cal-culated.
The Warburtons Dough Stickiness
System mimics certain actions carried out in commercial bakeries and is ideally suited to this sector of the baking industry due to the high speed of the test, the ease of cleaning between tests and the reduced need for temperature-controlled environments.
Hypothesis: some mutagens directly alter specific chromosomal proteins (DNA topoisomerase II and peripheral proteins) to produce chromosome stickiness
, which causes chromosome aberrations.
"While it is unlikely to move the "financial needle" at Apple anytime soon, we believe iCloud is significant as it increases the "stickiness
" of the Apple ecosystem," Marshall said in a note.
For example, the modeled firmness and stickiness
of the cooked rice highly correlated to its measured properties, with coefficients of determination ([R.sup.2]) of 0.61 and 0.76, respectively.
In addition to using the stickiness
model from Section 4 to form the "shuffled stickiness
" class of networks, we also formed "directed stickiness
" networks where node i has the expected in and out degree of the corresponding node in the given network, and "biased stickiness
" net works where node i has expected in and out degrees that match the ith highest over all nodes in the given network.
There is a degree of stickiness
and nontransparency in bank lending rates
* Research has shown that inadequate vitamin D can result in a loss of stickiness
between cells as well as a loss of differentiation, which causes cells to revert to a stem cell-like state.
Gladwell describes is that of stickiness
, and this is the idea that a certain threshold level of popularity needs to be reached before a concept would quickly gain mainstream recognition.