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Relationship between Two Approaches for Defining the Standard Model PA-ness [chapter]

Isamu Teranishi, Wakaha Ogata
Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This approach enables us to define the PA-ness simply, but no one know whether we can define the standard model PA security based on this approach.  ...  This approach enables us to define the PA-ness simply, but no one know whether we can define the standard model PA security based on this approach.  ...  Conclusion There were two approaches to define the PA-ness, the indistinguishability-based approach and the overwhelming-based approach.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-70500-0_9 fatcat:5abisdxn5jgebi6pwvgc5yi7x4

Structural Causality Between National Examination Score and The School Accreditation Categories

Anwar Fitrianto, Budi Susetyo, Iswan Achlan Setiawan
2022 Jurnal Penelitian Pendidikan IPA  
relationship between the NES and CBNE based on the educational theory of the Ministry of Education and Culture (2012), and Model 3 describes the causal relationship between the NES and CBNE based on the  ...  This study aims to compare and determine the best model to describe the relationship between National Education Standard (NES) and CBNE scores using generalized structured component analysis.  ...  The causality relationship between the NESs has always been the concern of many people who pay attention to education.  ... 
doi:10.29303/jppipa.v8i1.1178 fatcat:qit5zty5effxvp6jpebdoxb6ky

Page 4 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 89, Issue 1 [page]

2002 Psychological Abstracts  
.“ However, the approach to validation is often limited to comparisons of the assessment content standards that are supposed to determine what gets assessed.  ...  [from the chapter] — Sexual psychophysiology can be defined as the application of psycho- physiological methods to the study of sexual arousal, with special emphasis on the interplay between subjective  ... 

Page 1005 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 89, Issue 3 [page]

2002 Psychological Abstracts  
The implications of the shifting standards model for understanding behav- ior toward stereotyped groups were examined in two studies on gender and athleticism.  ...  (State U New York, Buffalo, NY) Forgiveness: Toward a public health approach to in- tervention. [In: (PA Vol 89:7651) A clinician's guide to maintaining and enhancing close relationships.  ... 

Page 164 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 88, Issue 1 [page]

2001 Psychological Abstracts  
In this model P(AW) = f(0, 8) where P(AW) is the probability density function of an approach or a with- drawal response, dis a standardized parameter estimate of the biological sensitivity to stimulation  ...  , and @is a standardized parameter estimate of the contextual response to an approach or withdrawal response.  ... 

Page 143 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 76, Issue 1 [page]

1989 Psychological Abstracts  
In the standard condition, the COE was found not only for schizophrenics but also for alcoholics. Time information reduced RTs in all groups, but not the average COE in schizophrenics.  ...  Case examples of competency assessments using the model are presented. Using the model, competency was determined to be a legal issue for 11 of the 83 Ss with limited mental functioning.  ... 

Page 2700 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 79, Issue 7 [page]

1992 Psychological Abstracts  
The two disciplines of scientific hypnosis: A synergistic model. [In: (PA Vol 79:22405) Theories of hypnosis: Current models and perspectives. The Guilford clinical and experimental hypnosis series.  ...  A nitive approach to hypnosis. [In: (PA Vol 79:22405) Theories of hypnosis: Current models and perspectives. The Guilford clinical and e ae hypnosis series. Lynn, Steven Jay & Rhue, Judith W. (Eds.).  ... 

Page 3974 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 80, Issue 9 [page]

1993 Psychological Abstracts  
Politics & the Individual, 1992, Vol 2(1), 43-59. —-Re- viewed the debate between sociologists and psychologists on the relationship between ethnocentrism (EM), authoritarianism (AU), and anomie.  ...  No evidence for the influence of relative standards on income was found: (1) Income change did not produce effects beyond the effect of income level per se; (2) income produced the same levels of happiness  ... 

Page 3339 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 88, Issue 9 [page]

2001 Psychological Abstracts  
The effective- ness of the procedure in accounting for the model uncertainty and in picking good models is discussed. The proposed methodology is illustrated with a real example.  ...  In a real data example, the numerical results of the standard error computation using the proposed algorithm match those of an existing method based largely on the augmented information approach.  ... 

The Counterfactual NESS Definition of Causation [article]

Sander Beckers
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The resulting Counterfactual NESS definition of causation forms a natural compromise between counterfactual approaches and the NESS approach.  ...  This means that our definition integrates two highly influential approaches to causation that are claimed to stand in opposition to each other.  ...  This research was made possible by funding from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.  ... 
arXiv:2012.05123v2 fatcat:vqhkj5nlerdc3nipuw2ak6kkfi

Psychological models for relating discrimination and magnitude estimation scales

C. E. Helm, S. Messick, L. R. Tucker
1961 Psychological review  
the stimulus; og, the discriminal disper- sion, is the standard deviation of the distribution of judgment processes; and r,s,» is the correlation between judgment processes for two stimuli.  ...  Ve, = ektate kee [14] the where g is defined to be con- stant e°. Some stronger statements may be made about the relationship between Messick, AND L.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0041503 fatcat:t7r4ilejfrh33ff4mlg757damm

Friendship Maintenance Mediates the Relationship Between Compassion for Others and Happiness

Marlyn Sanchez, Andrew Haynes, Jennifer C. Parada, Melikşah Demir
2018 Current psychology (New Brunswick, N.J.)  
Two studies investigated FM as a mediator of the relationship between CFO and happiness (Study 1: N = 273; Study 2: N = 368).  ...  FM mediated the CFO-Happiness relationship in both studies regardless of the way happiness was measured. Although women had higher scores on both CFO and FM, the model was supported for both genders.  ...  In relationships, this interdependence creates a shared reality between two people that promotes feelings of Bwe-ness^, which refers to a bond between two people that is established by identities being  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12144-017-9779-1 fatcat:p44pg33oqbfnrht3ayp32n5psi

Regression modelling of correlated data in ecology: subject-specific and population averaged response patterns

John Fieberg, Randall H. Rieger, Michael C. Zicus, Jonathan S. Schildcrout
2009 Journal of Applied Ecology  
In our example, however, the difference between SS and PA estimated effects was con¬ siderably larger than the difference in marginal estimates from the two approaches (logistic-normal model.  ...  The marginal relationship between occupancy and VOM also differs from that of a ’typical' or ’average" structure (defined by setting t, = 0 in eqn .^a, blue dotted line).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2664.2009.01692.x fatcat:eo5myeevjjefrg5t7eyiijymuy

The Interpersonal Process Model of Intimacy: The Role of Self-Disclosure, Partner Disclosure, and Partner Responsiveness in Interactions Between Breast Cancer Patients and Their Partners

Sharon Manne, Jamie Ostroff, Christine Rini, Kevin Fox, Lori Goldstein, Generosa Grana
2004 Journal of family psychology  
Two hundred fifty-five couples were approached for study par- ticipation. Ninety-eight couples completed the marital interactions and the posttask ratings (38.4%).  ...  Early psychodynamic models defined intimacy as involving two people who self- disclose and express and validate each other’s worldviews (Sullivan, 1953).  ... 
doi:10.1037/0893-3200.18.4.589 pmid:15598164 fatcat:mzzg3cjcqjctzdypezmiqzqc5y

Page 2805 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 80, Issue 6 [page]

1993 Psychological Abstracts  
Two conceptual models of the progression from novice to expert are discussed, those of J. Anderson (1980) and H. L. Dreyfus and S. E. Dreyfus (1986).  ...  This knowl- edge is defined in terms of understanding the patterns of critical relationships present in situations, and in which appropriate behavior is an integral part of the pattern.  ... 
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