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Synonyms for decision

Synonyms for decision

a position reached after consideration

Synonyms for decision

a position or opinion or judgment reached after consideration

(boxing) a victory won on points when no knockout has occurred

the outcome of a game or contest

the trait of resoluteness as evidenced by firmness of character or purpose

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Patients who have suffered ruptured cerebral aneurysm are likely to have diminished decisional capacity immediately after their injury and may have long-lasting neurologic deficits (Jamora & Ruff, 2016).
Decisional privacy goes beyond 'equal protection' by arguing that the right to marry is inherent in being human, not merely relative to heterosexual rights.
This study suggests that the constructs of desired and actual involvement, decisional conflict, health consciousness, and how much adolescents value involvement are consistently related.
Although there are certainly increased risks and expenses associated with litigation, resisting an aggressive position by the department that is untethered from the controlling tax statutes and decisional law at all stages of a controversy, including at audit, often results in a far greater benefit.
The instruments used in the study included stage of change algorithm and the questionnaire for measuring the processes of change (Cognitive, behavioural), decisional balance (pros, cons) and self-efficacy.
The EEOC regulation gives examples of decisional units ranging from
Because past research indicated that certain procrastination tendencies may lead to different life experiences (Tibbett & Ferrari, 2015), and that life regret relates to behavioral procrastination (Ferrari et al, 2009), we paid attention to the confidence intervals of the effects in the present study on decisional procrastination (aka, indecision).
(56) In that event, he "would normally suppress [his] earlier view of the matter and acquiesce in the Court's opinion that it is unconstitutional." (57) He thus drew a line between "decisional theory," which he felt free to reject, and application of that theory to particular facts, which he felt constrained to follow.
Being married or cohabitating was reported to be associated with less decisional conflict and less decisionmaking difficulty [7].
The process of choosing a dialysis modality often involves decisional conflict (Liebman, Bushinsky, Dolan, & Veazie, 2012; Maaroufi et al., 2013).
The PNP's communication skills, clinical competence, caring behavior, and decisional control are essential aspects of the PNP-client interaction during a well or sick visit.
When facing health care decisions, patients can often experience uncertainty, often referred to as decisional conflict (O'Connor, 1995).
Third, the victim could postpone forgiveness and leave the decision uncertain, saying, "Maybe, but I'm not ready to forgive yet." Finally, based on Exline, Worthington, Hill, and McCullough's (2003) distinction between decisional and emotional forgiveness, the victim could express decisional forgiveness (i.e., a decision to modify one's behavior toward the transgressor) and note their hope of gradually moving toward complete emotional forgiveness (i.e., replacing negative emotions with positive, other-oriented emotions toward to transgressor).