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Naveed Qamar of PPPP objected to report of the committee on the Public Interest Disclosers.
Those who had disclosed were more likely to have ever been tested for HIV (646/714 [91%] among disclosers versus 122/209 [58%] among non-disclosers, p < 0.
Corporate environmental disclosers, are they useful in determining environmental performance?
But only disclosers in the annual reports shall not be enough.
Maria Emanuel, senior licensing manager, noted that 20 of the 32 disclosure and licensees were made by first-time disclosers, evidence that the ORPC's efforts to get word out on campus have been a success.
That is, people are not constant disclosers, and topic avoidance is a common and functional relational event (Afifi et al.
First, is the disclosure design likely to change the behavior of information receivers and disclosers in the desired way?
Men who did not disclose their HIV status to partners--including steady partners--had risky sex more often than serostatus disclosers.
As a starting point, however, supportive responses could be framed as those that would normalize or validate another person's thoughts and feelings, thereby conveying a sense of acceptance and empathy, Unsupportive responses, in contrast, would convey a sense that certain thoughts or feelings are unacceptable or wrong, perhaps causing disclosers to feel guilty, ashamed, or judged.
Armed with the knowledge that this practice is occurring, experienced professionals can adapt disclosure relief sought to include the intermediaries amongst the list of potential disclosers so that they in turn are under threat of being held in contempt of court if they do not provide the relevant information.
Summary: ABU DHABI -- In association with the bourses, the Emirates Securities and Commodities Authority (SCA), has implemented the international financial reporting standards for listed companies, a move which will increase greater disclosers, transparency and bring investors' confidence.
The white paper notes: "Even if disclosers are fully tested and all communications are properly balanced, product complexity itself can lead consumers to make costly errors" (U.