"Key factors statistically mediating
the racial difference for both men and women included Southern diet score, dietary ratio of sodium to potassium, and education level," the authors write.
News reports last week suggested that France and the US were tipped to resume mediating
Syrian-Israeli talks, but AL WATAN reported that Azeri President Aliyev has undertaken the task.
As for the third question on the mediating
effects of effort judgments and calibration accuracy on predicting performance, path analysis showed interesting results.
By basing our interventions on a few key variables--known as mediating
variables and drawn from behavioral theory--rather than on complicated theoretical models, we can better examine the impact of the interventions on these mediating
variables and isolate the relationship between the variables and our desired outcomes.
Working with popular culture and traditional literary texts, Awkward strives to bridge the chasm between them by highlighting how selected texts reflect difficulties mediating
With the CONAI mediating
, government and Zapista negotiators reached the San Andres Accords on indigenous rights and other matters.
This dualism is overcome by language as the mediating
In my opinion, knowledge of the tax law is not essential to a successful mediation of a tax case, and, as a practical matter, there is no one who has a long track record in mediating
It also becomes apparent from some of these papers that many of the changes taking place in Indonesian society have undermined and eroded some of these traditional mediating
After all, he had been mediating
between the Indians and the state for a long, long time.
Not only did this discovery demonstrate the biological role of the AhR in mediating
the toxicity to these agents, it also revealed the role of the AhR in homeostatic and basic pathophysiologic processes.
Molecular analysis of Tn1546-like elements mediating
high-level vancomycin resistance in Enterococcus gallinarum.
Picard CA, Mediating
Interpersonal and Small Group Conflict.
the way in which stimuli emitted by the environment are transferred by a 'mediating
' agent, usually a parent, sibling or other caregiver.
Jacobs's text, presented under her pseudonym, Linda Brent, reflects an unwavering ability to locate, as crisis approaches, viable mediating
spaces between the tensions that threaten her well-being.