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We examine the relationship between order of client cases, ratings of difficulty of client cases, and performance outcomes for 15 participants who completed computer-based simulation instruction with 10 client cases.
The "Kiowa Warrior" case study situates the participants in exactly such a dilemma.
Study participants were recruited during the summer and fall of 2002 from among enrollees in the Baltimore-based Perceived Risk of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (PRSTD) cohort study.
The researcher then needed to use interviews of the primary caretaker/s of these children, as a means of ascertaining the factors of each home that may or may not be contributing to the academic success of the participants.
The use restriction applies to all plan participants (i.
The majority of participants expressed high levels of interest in evaluating their programs but believed they needed more training in evaluation procedures.
To avoid this draconian tax treatment, section 409A significantly restricts when plan participants may make deferral and distribution elections, and narrowly defines when they can take distributions.
402, which makes it illegal for companies to make personal loans to directors and officers, may prohibit pension plans from making loans to any plan participants.
Urban participants were recruited in 11 of Tbilisi's 12 residential districts and in 1 district of Rustavi, a city 20 miles south of Tbilisi.
Increasing the size of prospective cohorts and biobanks is one approach to discovering previously unknown contributors to complex diseases, but it may come at the price of concealing contributors that are less common across all the participants in those larger studies and of limiting hypothesis generation.
The Institute's courses enable participants to develop the skills and thought processes necessary for deciding how best to allocate scarce resources among abundant alternatives under conditions of uncertainty.
The new provision will significantly limit how and when participants are able to defer compensation under nonqualified deferred compensation plans and hence reduces the flexibility that participants currently have under many such plans to change the time and form of the payment of their benefits after the initial deferral.
It is predicted that participants who have strong volunteer identities will be more receptive to organ donation information because it will provide an opportunity for them to act in accordance with their volunteer identities.
Although good overall information on the state of the major sectors of the economy is available regularly, our knowledge about the financial circumstances faced by different types of households is much more limited," Alan Greenspan, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, said in a letter to prospective survey participants.
While camp participants still drink bug juice in the dining hall and sing songs after dinner, today's high school leadership camps are highly structured, inclusive programs that hire professional training staff and engage teenagers in leadership exercises modeled after a page from General Electric's corporate management training manual.