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  • 1sample — 01. We need a [sample] of your writing in order to see if you are in the right level or not. 02. Let s go to Tim Horton s; they re giving out free [samples] of their donuts today. 03. We went on a brewery tour, and afterwards they let us [sample] …

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  • 2Behavior of nuclear fuel during a reactor accident — This page is devoted to a discussion of how uranium dioxide nuclear fuel behaves during both normal nuclear reactor operation and under reactor accident conditions such as overheating. Work in this area is often very expensive to conduct, and so… …

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  • 3Civic virtue (organizational citizenship behavior dimension) — is one of the five dimensions of organizational citizenship behavior (hereafter, OCB) identified in Dennis Organ’s prominent 1988 definition of the construct. Originally, Smith, Organ, and Near (1983) first proposed two dimensions: altruism and… …

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  • 4Standard cross-cultural sample — The standard cross cultural sample is a sample of 186 cultures, used by scholars engaged in cross cultural studies.OriginCross cultural research entails a particular statistical problem, known as Galton s problem: tests of functional… …

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  • 5Human sexual behavior — or different human sexual practices encompass a wide range of activities such as strategies to find or attract partners (mating and display behaviour), interactions between individuals, physical or emotional intimacy, and sexual contact. Some… …

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  • 6example, instance, sample — An example is apart of something, one of a number of things: This is an example of his better work. The word also means pattern, model, or specimen : His devotion to work set an example for all of us. An instance is that kind of example used to… …

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  • 7Child Behavior Checklist — The Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) is a widely used method of identifying problem behavior in children.[1][2] It is a component in the Achenbach System of Emperically Based Assessment developed by Thomas M. Achenbach. Problems are identified by… …

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  • 8Attachment theory — …

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  • 9Optical dilatometer — An optical dilatometer is a non contact device able to measure thermal expansions or sintering kinetics of any kind of materials, unlike traditional push rod dilatometer, it can push up to the dilatometric softening of the specimen. It is a… …

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  • 10Trastorno reactivo del apego — Esta página o sección está siendo traducida del idioma inglés a partir del artículo Reactive attachment disorder, razón por la cual puede haber lagunas de contenidos, errores sintácticos o escritos sin traducir. Puedes colaborar con… …

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  • 11SOB — Shortness Of Breath (Medical) Shortness Of Breath (Medical » Physiology) *** Short of breath (Medical » Oncology) *** Short of breath (Medical » Physiology) * Second Opinion Booth (Community » Media) * State Of Bliss (Community) * Some Other… …

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  • 12gather — 01. We saw some squirrels [gathering] acorns to eat. 02. The children all [gathered] around the artist as he painted the picture. 03. Why don t you [gather] up your stuff while I get the car warmed up? 04. It has taken a while for the police to… …

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  • 13survey — 01. A recent [survey] showed that most respondents favor freedom of choice in abortion. 02. My neighbor and I weren t sure where our properties ended exactly, so we had a [surveyor] come in to verify exactly where the border between the two… …

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  • 14Kinsey Reports — The Kinsey Reports are two books on human sexual behavior, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953), by Dr. Alfred Kinsey, Wardell Pomeroy and others. Kinsey was a zoologist at Indiana University and …

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  • 15Big Five personality traits — Psychology …

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  • 16List of psychology topics — This page aims to list all topics related to psychology. This is so that those interested in the subject can monitor changes to the pages by clicking on Related changes in the sidebar. It is also to see the gaps in Wikipedia s coverage of the… …

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  • 17Stimulus control — is the phenomenon of a stimulus increasing the probability of a behavior (operant response) because of a history of that behavior being differentially reinforced in the presence of the stimulus. In other words, stimulus control is basically… …

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  • 18Conversion therapy — Conversion therapy, sometimes called reparative therapy or reorientation therapy, is one type of sexual orientation change effort that attempts to change the sexual orientation of a person from homosexual or bisexual to heterosexual.[1] These… …

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  • 19Sexual dimorphism measures — Although the subject of sexual dimorphism is not in itself controversial, the measures by which it is assessed differ widely. Most of the measures are used on the assumption that a random variable is considered so that probability distributions… …

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  • 20Biology and sexual orientation — Sexual orientation Orientations Asexual · Bisexual · Heterosexual · Homosexual Gender based alternative concepts Androphilia and gynephilia · Human female sexuality  …

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