In addition, measures of congruency
were obtained; congruency
is defined here as the extent to which an advertisement is perceived as "fitting" its category (Heckler and Childers, 1992; Kover and James, 1993).
First, replication of this study in other states would allow for direct comparison to determine if similar congruency
rates exist in other regions of the country.
This lack of congruency
between what students are taught and what they view and are expected to do in field experiences must be eliminated.
was related positively to job satisfaction.
Moreover, a taxonomy among several cases revealed a congruency
among cases that could be expressed in shorthand.
In order to answer this question, the present study used a standard space-time conceptual congruency
task following Santiago et al.
The purpose of this study was to explain the relationship among mentoring Expectation Congruency
, Scope of Interaction, and Psychosocial Support received by beginning agriculture teachers participating in a state-supported formal mentoring program.
Clearly, many instances of Timaeus's account suggest a congruency
between the parts and whole of the cosmos.
proposed the phase based binarization of antient documents (Nafchi, Moghaddam, and Cheriet, 2014) which uses phase congruency
features (denoising to preserve the phase information and phase congruency
map to detect the edges of the text as well as removes background noise) and in the post processing step adaptive Gaussian and median filter is used to improve the quality of the text documents.
2) Better alignment: With greater self-knowledge the leader is able to create better alignment and congruency
between their values, goals and aspirations and that of the organisation.
There is congruency
between indicators used to monitor corruption and FCTC Article 5.
of reduction was checked with image intensifier and once congruency
was confirmed, an above knee broom-stick plaster was applied with both hips in about 30[R] abduction.