aberrance


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These decisions rely on distinctions between normalcy and aberrance, between biological advantages and threats.
Quickly analyze findings of aberrance to identify potential level of waste or abuse and address it within the right areas of your plan.
Typically, aberrance indices may be classified into two areas: IRT-based and group-based categories (Meijer & Sijtsma, 1999).
Each week, the England and Wales detection system flags [approximately equal to]20 organisms, listed in decreasing order of aberrance, for further investigation.
Recurrent droughts through the twentieth century were apprehended as "unexpectedly severe" in intensity or duration, (7) and the millennium drought was no exception: in 2005 the nation was pronounced as suffering one of the worst droughts on record, (8) Bear in mind this is a country where notions of drought aberrance linger; policy analysts Linda Botterill and Melanie Fisher note "a tradition of stunned amazement at the onset of drought" persists among politicians, the media and the public (3).
Unlike schizophrenia, which Kris associates with total aberrance, Geschwind Syndrome is not a dissociative disorder.
Testing the validity of the cultural competence data collection instrument by conducting ancillary analyses of the existing data set including tests for random responding, degrees of aberrance, and overall integrity of the data.
While her aberrance draws the most attention, it is her conventionalism that is ultimately most telling.
In this sense, they are deterritorializations in Deleuzian terms--excursions into unexplored territory through the rejection of the a priori--whose aberrance and unfamiliarity call for contemplation and thought.
During data analyses, aberrance appeared which could indicate possible group collaboration during exams.
99) As a mass movement with tens of thousands of members, this rejection rate still meant that thousands of people were prevented from subscribing to fraternal insurance as a result of their physical aberrance.
Bush goes on to normativize (implying the aberrance of competing beliefs) democratic values: "the values of freedom are right and true for every person, in every society--and the duty of protecting these values against their enemies is the common calling of freedom-loving people across the globe and across the ages.
In this regard, art history has inadvertently given us the means of attributing aberrance to the art of our age, since the current pluralism contradicts the historical model of a succession of discrete period or cultural styles as blatantly as the aperiodicity of chaos contradicts the regularity of the clockwork universe.
Southern literature is generally associated with aberrance, frequently manifest by the grotesque; but while a "Southern novelist will characteristically tell his story from the point of view of one abnormal character in a normal world" (Spiegel 436), McCullers makes abnormality the norm, turning "the abnormal and the bizarre .