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v; [d.sub.5]; [d.sub.3] = 428 (at v; [d.sub.3], [d.sub.5] = 26) E.g., adjust1611, adjuster 1673 (3), adjustive 1883 (5) vs.
The fact that we found two active groups might also reflect the fact that we studied a healthy' working population in which employees might well have several adjustive coping strategies.
Even when the conditions change, the personality structure and temperament of a person is slow to change, thereby creating adjustive problems and impaired mental health (De Silva, 1976).
While Meyer recognized that the unconscious was operative in "adjustive processes," he maintained that a person's dependability and continuity "can carry their full weight only in the limited range of what is possible in statu nascendi, within the relatively narrow span of attention" (62-63).
The above adjustive behavior of Iso is similar to the clinical behavior observed in patients with a longer CL [33].
The results formed two vertical temperature differences for two solar radiation conditions, and the design temperature differences for other situations can be calculated from the reference ones through the adjustive coefficients estimated by the parametric study.
“Our chiropractic care utilizes the most modern chiropractic analytical and adjustive procedures and equipment available,” says Dr.
(173) The first step, he suggests, is to identify the customer with care: "A customer relationship is a mutually adjustive working relationship in which the provider's main purpose is to meet the user's needs." (174) After the customer has been identified, the agency must decide the particular kind of service that it should be providing.
where [alpha], [beta] are constant adjustive factors, 0 [less than or equal to] [alpha] [less than or equal to] 1,0 [less than or equal to] [beta] [less than or equal to] 1; x is the individual; f ([x.sub.i]) is the object function; [s.sub.i] is the concentration of individuals; [f.sub.max] is the maximum fitness value; f is the fitness value of mutative individual; t is the iterative generation; [P.sub.r max,] [P.sub.r min] are the maximum and minimum crossover probability; [P.sub.u max], [P.sub.u min] are the maximum and minimum mutation probability; Gen is the maximum iterative times.
They cover chiropractic history, anatomy and biomechanical principles, joint examination, manipulative mechanics, the application of mobilization and traction, and adjustive techniques for the spine, pelvis, and extremities.
Thus family behavior is an adjustive process where cues are given and individual members respond to those stimuli.
Thus, while acknowledging the arrangements established by those involved in earlier instances of trade in particular settings, Smith's argument is that rationality is a humanly achieved quality and, as such, is multiplistic, emergent, and adjustive.