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Synonyms for self-controlled

tending to keep one's thoughts and emotions to oneself

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6 million women in the population cohort, 31% had received the quadrivalent HPV vaccine, and 4,375 women had VTE, 20% of whom had been vaccinated and served as the self-controlled cases.
Caption: This was a self-controlled case series of 1.
God invites us into a life that is self-controlled, not ruled by ever-shifting inner desires--directionless, senseless, and finally meaningless (a tale told by an idiot .
Moving SEC to a more self-controlled funding structure has implications two important areas.
Referred subjects, for example, were rated significantly less self-controlled than nonreferred, matched partners.
Though there was a certain nobility proposed for human beings in their being just, courageous, and self-controlled, the ultimate purpose of this was not to please God but to rejoice in one's own good qualities.
95--Mele questions whether being a self-controlled person is also sufficient for personal autonomy.
Following Aristotle, the self-controlled agent is said to possess sufficient motivation to act in accordance with his better judgment, even when faced with competing motivation.
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Participants were classified as impulsive if, in Session 1, they chose the immediate, small reinforcer on at least 70% of trials, or as self-controlled if they chose it on 30% or less.
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In self-control studies using adult human subjects, responding is typically highly self-controlled (e.