relief in 37 of the 217 cases addressing untimely
Past studies indicate that when debaters express nonverbal disagreement during their opponent's speech (as opposed to remaining "stone faced"), the effect on audience perceptions of the debater's own credibility and appropriateness
are strongly negative.
Jette and her colleagues used the RAND/UCLA appropriateness
method, in which they performed systematic literature reviews on the epidemiology and natural history of drug-resistant epilepsy, the cost and utilization of surgery, and outcomes of surgery for partial epilepsy.
A variety of theoretical frameworks could potentially serve as a foundation for the electronic mail appropriateness
measures presented in this report (see Spitzberg & Cupach, 1989).
A number of studies have been conducted in the past two decades to assess the appropriateness
and quality of entrepreneurship journals (e.g., Fried, 2003; MacMillan, 1989, 1991, 1993).
Specifically, we analyze the relationship between established appropriateness
criteria for neurologic imaging procedures and Medicare Part B payment determinations.
The indications in the "2008 Appropriateness
Criteria for Stress Echocardiography" are intended to identify common scenarios encompassing most of current practice and are part of a systematic evaluation of the utility of diagnostic imaging tests in common clinical situations (Circulation 2008;117:1478-97).
is dismissed as the aesthete's niggle.
Art and architectural aspirations have long aroused disputes among artists, scholars and the common citizen over the appropriateness
of paintings, memorials and monuments: for the first time these debates are surveyed in VISUAL SHOCK: A HISTORY OF ART CONTROVERSIES IN AMERICAN CULTURE.
He said he has "concerns" about the appropriateness
of teaching children that young about the existence and equality of same sex families.
They discuss the nature of human communication; background on Intensive Interaction; how humans start learning to communicate; preparing for and the process of Intensive Interaction; recording activities and maintaining the processes; doing Intensive Interaction at home; issues like age-appropriateness, developmental appropriateness
, physical contact, the use of video recordings, and challenging behaviors; and the Intensive Interaction community of practice.
Lacson said there was clearly an issue of 'ethics and appropriateness
' about the decision of the Department of Tourism to sign a contract with government-run People's Network Television Inc.
 investigated the effect of the American College of Radiologists (ACR) Appropriateness
Criteria and found an increase in appropriate MRI examinations after applying these criteria.
CHURCH members said yesterday they want to see a judge's ruling to "understand the appropriateness
of a suspended sentence" handed to a thief who stole PS60,000 of parish funds.