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to evoke a usually strong mental or emotional response from

to take on or give a false appearance of

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2003), it is thus hypothesized that the four dimensions of cultural orientation will affect student satisfaction with collaborative learning.
These types of constraints can skew the responses in some configurations and can affect initial and aged response as compared to unconstrained samples.
One may argue that, while a user's affect can be explored by using a qualitative research methodology, information retrieval systems (IRs) are not sufficiently advanced to model a user's affect during the interaction, and, therefore, the affective paradigm is incomplete.
In addition to the availability of food and opportunities for physical activity that can affect behavior, so too can the way in which physical activity and foods are marketed to the population.
Several sources of information are available that may assist the responsible researcher in exploring the many variables that affect crime in a particular locale.
Throughout the Air Force, the order affects 21,000 personnel.
Autonomic neuropathy can affect the nerves that control sweating.
By measuring the effect of communication, you can predict how changes in communication programs may affect the overall organization.
Marfan syndrome affects men, women, and children, and has been found among people of all races and ethnic backgrounds.
Hypothesis: educated guess about how changing the independent variable will affect the dependent variable
Barrier properties of PE also generally improve with higher melt index (MI) and/or narrower MWD because both affect the film's crystalline structure.
While in most instances the symptoms will subside in a matter of weeks, a few of those affected by such stress will suffer permanent emotional trauma that will adversely affect their continued value to the department and cause serious problems in their personal lives.
Nerve problems--problems that affect the nerves supplying the muscles.
He adds that some medical laboratories can now use the same technique as his research team to tell whether the children of myotonic dystrophy patients will also suffer from the disease, and if so, how severely it may affect them.
The risks and uncertainties that may affect the operations, performance development and results of the Company's business include, but are not limited to, fluctuations in financial results, availability and customer acceptance of our products and services, the impact of competitive products, services and pricing, general market trends and conditions.