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corresponding in character or kind

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Using the measures of purchase interest, liking, congruency, and creativity described above, we performed a cluster analysis on participants' responses.
The two-way ANOVA tested the relationship of the degree of congruency on every factor of job satisfaction and overall job satisfaction (Table 5).
The principle of double effect is a shorthand expression for the congruency among cases that enjoy in themselves internal certitude and were recognized as such through the external authority of moral theologians like Medina and Vasquez.
On this account, by intermixing factual and potential trials and assigning response keys to past and future reference throughout the block we may have induced a carry-over of the space-time congruency effect from factual to potential trials.
1]: Variations in Expectation Congruency and Interaction will not explain a significant (p > .
Thus, it seems necessary to consider ethical dimensions of the congruency noted above; after all, the model has intelligible and ethical dimensions.
The local energy E(x) and phase congruency PC(x) is given by
Keywords: Phase congruency image fusion infrared image visible image I.
To enhance congruency, limit your--and your child's--time in the virtual world.
For the dancers, additional MR images were acquired in the split position to evaluate femoroacetabular congruency.
Romano will work with vendors and contracted laboratories to ensure congruency in test methodologies; troubleshoot out-of-specification raw materials, investigate both suppliers' and laboratory findings; and provide technical support to sales and purchasing.
The key is to maintain congruency in digital and print presence.
These difficulties are expressed in a reduced size congruency effect (interference between physical and numerical size of the numerosities to be compared) and even in the non-appearance of such effect in numerical Stroop tasks.
schools from the 1999-2000 Schools and Staffing Survey (SASS), three sequential latent class analysis models are tested to better understand a) the types of teachers and principals in school leadership while controlling for context, b) the congruency among the perceptions of these types of teachers and principals, and c) the extent that these types help predict teacher attrition.
Specifically, this study uses a case study to examine the congruency of Holland types in a unique (and rare) subgroup within a family structure: identical twins.