The gun issue has become an epiphenomenon
of a much larger conflict over values and identity.
As Stanek (4) recently stated, chorangiosis/ villous hypervascularity per se is not related to poor pregnancy outcome, but it can be considered as the epiphenomenon
of intrauterine placental hypoxia.
For a while, parenting was nearly relegated to epiphenomenon
status--that is, an almost irrelevant reaction to genetically driven child behavior.
The fundamental problem with the discipline of psychology is that it was founded on a false premise: that consciousness is an epiphenomenon
of the brain.
At the present time priority is given to legal status rather than the human being, who becomes only an epiphenomenon
of documentation created by a national state; thus, a passport assumes qualities usually attributed to humans: nobility, social and legal recognition.
On the crisis shaking Nidaa Tounes movement, the Head of State said that this crisis is only an epiphenomenon
and will not risk to affect the party's progress, voicing hope to see the two sides in conflict establish dialogue to reach a compromise.
For example, dividing the economic structure of a society into two sectors, the centre and the periphery, the epiphenomenon
approach describes ethnicity as something, which has gained prominence because of an uneven economy or economic exploitation.
A major strength of Smith's study, on the other hand, is that he seriously considers the more popular psychological trends--from eighteenth-century "animal magnetism" to pop psychology in post-Soviet Russia--to show that academic psychology itself was more than an epiphenomenon
within the ivory tower.
DeBoer, in turn: mocked the notion of rising anti-Semitism in Europe; implied that it wasn't real; called for a higher evidentiary standard to prove it; downplayed it as a mere epiphenomenon
of American foreign policy; and defocused Jews while centering Muslims as authentic victims of racism.
Circulating autoantibodies in patients with aspirin-intolerant asthma: an epiphenomenon
related to airway inflammation.
In adult patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder who are thought to have comorbid attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, the symptoms of inattention, forgetfulness, and impaired executive function might actually be an epiphenomenon
of OCD rather than a manifestation of ADHD, a study has shown.
So, this process, although a good one, was merely an epiphenomenon
of the free trade globalization.