Each of the subscales for suicidal tendency
was regressed to the three modes of anger expression.
In sum, previous research suggests that an appraisal of self-agency and a tendency
to repair discriminate the feeling of regret from various other negative feelings.
As understand from obtained data in Table 2, the empathique tendency
scores of sportsmen differ greatly in terms of their gender variances [t(49) = 148; p>0.5].
The SLTQ demonstrated acceptable internal consistency, with Cronbach's [alpha] ranging from .58 (behavioral tendency
) to .74 (cognitive tendency
), with the total score being .69.
the unemployment rate over the subsequent two years - to a central tendency
Influence of ethnocentric tendency
of consumers on their purchase intentions in North Cyprus.
Avoiding a Tendency
to See the World Only Through Jewish History
Point #5: Yes: The tendency
to appropriate the other for my religious identity can wax hegemonic.
Some receivers have a tendency
to line up wider than normal due to the fact that they know that he has to come inside to run the slant ...
Participants shift their focus from 1 to 0 on alternating runs to account for any tendency
of the digit device to produce one number slightly more often than the other.
to be attracted to someone of the same sex could originate from all sorts of conflicting emotions and/or past experiences, and although compassion and forgiveness are needed by all who are affected by this tendency
, homosexuality is still wrong.
In 1995, the Pontifical Council for the Family declared, "A distinction must be made between a tendency
that can be innate and acts of homosexuality that 'are intrinsically disordered.'" In 1998, the Congress on Vocations to the Priesthood and to Consecrated Life in Europe said the crucial test for a prospective priest was to be "able to control these weaknesses." The 1998 document, circumventing Ratzinger's 1986 and 1992 pronouncements, invoked the recommendation of the 1990 Directives "to reject not [candidates] who have such tendencies but rather 'those who cannot manage to control such tendencies.'"