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having pleasant desirable qualities

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Historically, Bostwick and Brawer (3) introduced the term HGPIN and included cases under the updated definition of IDC-P as well.
Brawer, "Chronology of systemic disease development in 300 symptomatic recipients of silicone gel-filled breast implants," ournal of Clean Technology, Environmental Toxicology and Occupational Medicine, vol.
Other VHA and Department of Defense (DoD) studies (Brawer et al., 2010; Funderburk, Dobmeyer, Hunter, Walsh, & Maisto, 2013; Funderburk et al., 2011) also found that mental health disorders, particularly depression, comprised the majority of presenting concerns.
A number of previous studies have investigated the extent to which doctoral students in psychology are trained in religious and spiritual issues (Brawer et al., 2002; Green, Callands, Radcliffe, Luebbe, & Klonoff, 2009; Russell & Yarhouse, 2006; Schafer et al., 2011; Schulte et al., 2002).
Co-authored by the art historians Catherine Coleman Brawer and Kathleen Murphy Skolnik, the text provides a foreword by the architectural historian Richard Guy Wilson, followed by a preface, an introduction, and nine thematic sections, plus notes, a chronological list of her commissions, an index, and illustration credits.
Swan, B.A., Becker, J., Brawer, R., & Sciamanna, C.N.
Love's Sweet Sorrow Richard Brawer Vinspire Publishing, LLC P.O.
However, it goes without saying that a simple "thank you" (Grant & Gino, 2010) from an administrator, or a teaching award (Brawer, Steinert, St-Cyr, Watters, & Wood-Dauphinee, 2006) can go a long way to encourage and recognize the efforts of distance faculty.
A personal problem of an individual, whether that be physical or mental is expected to adversely affect a person's academic performance (Cohen and Brawer, 2002; Tinto, 1993).
David Beitchman, Adam Brawer, Chris Mangano, Nick Morton, Larry Kopeikin.
These approaches emphasize the mutual process of learning through apprenticeship, modeling, contextual practice and observation, live and video demonstrations, disclosure of real experiences in the field, and active engagement of all members of the learning community (Eriksen & McAuliffe, 2011; Kress & Eriksen, 2011; McAuliffe, 2011; Seely Brown, Collins, & Duguid, 1989; Sinacore, Blaisure, Justin, Healy, & Brawer, 1999).
Brawer is board certified in marital and family law and an emeritus fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.
(29.) Catalona WJ, Partin AW, Slawin KM, Brawer MK, Flanigan RC, Patel A, et al.