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In the realm of syntax differences, a number of writers have found that fathers are more likely to direct questions to their children (McLaughlin, Schultz, & White, 1980; McLaughlin et al.
At lower capacities, the difference between the number of drives required for the two RAID level/drive capacity configurations is not significant, but starting around 2TB, the difference becomes significant and grows from there.
The final chapter "The Worlding of Possibilities in a Collaborative Art Studio: Organizing Embodied Differences With Aesthetic and Dialogic Sensibilities" by Lynn M.
05), the null hypothesis is rejected, which supports the complementary hypothesis that there is a true difference between the groups.
Korzybski's student and co-worker Wendell Johnson seems to deserve credit as the first to specifically talk about differences that make a difference and those that don't.
The studies Fine came across were often conducted with small numbers of men and women, where the differences seen could have been due to chance.
Teasing out direct evidence of purely social or biological causes of sex differences is a daunting task given the complexity of our society and the difficulty of definitively inferring any cause for observable phenomena.
This study compared achievement of content knowledge and student satisfaction in tutorless and physician facilitated small groups in a 2nd year medical school course, and found no significant difference in these areas between the two groups.
The brain had the smallest differences in gene expression between the sexes, occurring in only about 15 percent of the genes.
Contrary to Wright's recommendations, however, the wheelchair was intentionally made the most salient feature of the photograph differences.
If three-year differences are seen as appropriate and if most sex between young people three or more years apart is not forced, then the sexual behavior that is occurring between partners with a smaller age gap is even more likely to be consensual.
We are now ready to assess whether the differences for the minority students are different from the differences for the majority students:
A regional analysis uncovered a few more differences specific to a camp's location.
Although the definitions varied in crucial respects, they all had in common the key notion of differences in health status across population groups, whether defined by race or ethnicity, gender, social class, geographic location, or sexual orientation.