nonattender


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someone who shirks duty

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In contrast, for both attenders and nonattenders of religious services, the indirect effect was significant, as perceived unfairness corresponded to decreased self-regulation, as measured by DoS, and lowered self-regulation corresponded to increased alcohol use.
However, a significant difference did emerge when the invited group was broken down into attenders and nonattenders.
Attenders and nonattenders at childbirth education classes in Australia: how do they and their births differ?
Underusers of antenatal care: a comparison of nonattenders and late attenders for antenatal care, with early attenders.
Performing arts attenders are characterized by a high degree of civic engagement: they are more likely than nonattenders to participate in other leisure activities, such as sports, movies and museums, and to do volunteer work.
Child attendance was high, but parent attendance was low with one-third nonattenders, one-third some attendance, and one-third attending all sessions.
This finding is consistent with that of David Larson and colleagues who studied the relationship between religion and hypertension by comparing mean blood pressure levels for church-attending smokers and nonsmokers with the blood pressure levels of smoking and nonsmoking nonattenders.
As the 1986 survey followed up less than 70 percent of college dropouts and nonattenders, the wage data come from the fourth followup in 1979.
A 75% systematic sample of nonattenders at the vaccination clinics was subsequently contacted by telephone and invited to attend a second series of clinics.
Girvin and Cotrell's (16) research on the impact of the "Seaside Health Education Conference" on health programs indicated statistically significant differences between principal and teacher conference attenders and nonattenders in health program philosophy, amount of curriculum emphasis on health topics, student attitudes about health courses, and diffusion of healthful concepts to other teachers.