effect


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • noun
  • verb
  • phrase

Synonyms for effect

Synonyms for effect

Synonyms for effect

References in periodicals archive ?
Her research with the plastic-softening agent bisphenol A, a hormone-mimicking agent, illustrates a detrimental effect of low-dose stimulation similar to what Andrade found for DEHP.
In stark contrast to the lack of effect of CPF on CHAT in undifferentiated cells, the addition of CPF at the start of differentiation resulted in a profound deficit in CHAT, discernible at either 5 or 50 [micro]M CPF for activity expressed either per microgram DNA (Figure 3B) or per microgram protein (Figure 3C).
Although there seemed to be a minor effect on dry compression and minor variations in friability, there appeared to be little significant effect between sand samples mixed with the various water samples.
For example, the 5th edition of the American Psychological Association Manual (APA, 2001) emphasizes the necessity to include some index of effect size or strength of relationship in psychological research further stating that the failure to report indicators of effect or strength of relationship to be a "defect" (p.
When means and standard deviations were available for field-trip and non-field-trip groups, effect size (d-index) was calculated using a modified Glass unbiased estimator (Hedges & Olkin, 1985).
i]) are, respectively, the expected value and standard deviation of a state-of-knowledge distribution for the laboratory effect (bias) [X.
Further, the sun's damaging effect on appearance was described in order to make the consequence of risky behavior more relevant to college students (McClendon & Prentice-Dunn, 2001).
During this period, the Ypsi-lanti (Michigan) Preschool Demonstration Project was distinctive in using a randomized trial to estimate the High/Scope program's effect on children's achievement, But few other preschool programs were evaluated using randomized trials in the '60s; the Cochrane Collaboration database lists only six trials.
After this review, if the exposed individual decided to take nevirapine as part of his or her PEP, she/he would need to be monitored closely for serious side effects, including those reported in today s MMWR, and the dose regimen should be followed as recommended by the manufacturer.
Side effects from shots are usually mild and last a short time.
By emphasizing the greater positive effect for younger campers, camping professionals can encourage parents to introduce children to camping at an age where the child will get the maximum positive effect from the experience.
A York connection got him into the effects shop for Paramount's Friday the 13th: The Series and he soon was cosupervising the effects on another U.
Though Sommers and his ILM team hope the overall effect is seamless, the effects have become a key element in ``The Mummy's'' marketing campaign.