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a position reached after consideration

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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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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).
C's individual interpretation of illness is central to the care team's debate on determination of decisional capacity.
Even when he rejected a nonoriginalist decisional theory, however, he considered whether to treat the nonoriginalist results reached under that theory differently.
In accordance with the theories on which it is based (expectancy-value decisionmaking, decisional conflict, social support, and self-efficacy), the ODSF asserts that unresolved decisional needs exert an adverse effect on decision outcomes.
What are parents' perceptions of overall satisfaction with PNP care and its components of communication skills, clinical competence, caring behavior, and decisional control?
In clinical practice areas other than CKD, decision support interventions have been found to be effective in reducing decisional conflict (Coulter, 2005; Murray, Brunier et al.
In Study 1, we tested for differences between the transgressor's reactions to one of four responses to a request for forgiveness condition: (1) no forgiveness (Denied); (2) maybe, but not yet (Delayed); (3) a grant of decisional, but not emotional, forgiveness (Decisional); and (4) complete forgiveness (Decisive).
9) Lamentably, because unelaborated PCA decisions are so prevalent today, (10) appellate practitioners will inevitably encounter cases involving 1) decisional conflicts; 2) issues of exceptional importance; and sometimes even 3) issues of first impression, which result in an inappropriate unelaborated PCA decision.
Study data consisted of responses on the Knowledge About Prostate Cancer survey, the Decisional Conflict Scale, the Satisfaction with Decision Scale, the Ways of Coping Inventory for Cancer Patients, and self-disclosed demographic information.
It is unlikely that we'll see any decisional shift from Westminster.
Decisional regret or remorse is an obviously deleterious outcome after any medical decision--one that is likely under-examined in comprehensive patient/spousal counselling or follow-up after cancer management.
Por lo tanto, se trataria de encontrar el grado de sistematicidad de los factores que intervinieron en el proceso decisional, especificamente a nivel de las dinamicas en la esfera publica e institucional.
Obtencion de la matriz decisional y el vector de pesos
Telltale symptoms of poor planning include: (i) decisional paralysis, (ii) conflicted working instead of synergetic teamwork, and (iii) general chaos and confusion in organisational processes.