The economic fortunes of countries having different currency regimes are often used as a basis forjudging
the desirability of the regimes.
Recognition of the transformative powers of emotions will also direct attention away from their seemingly representative elements to their normative and practical aspects and offer a new basis for delineating the criteria forjudging
These four sheets formed the 24 sets used forjudging
with the order of the four sheets different for each set.
Broadening the conditions for illusory correlation formation: Implications forjudging
When the foreign partner attempts to substitute an existing Chinese practice with its own, local employees may use the former as a benchmark forjudging
For instance, in the case of the ICC, such an approach towards direct political action would enable participants to move beyond categories of clear-cut opposition and identity as the basis forjudging
one another as well as the world as such.
In areas with limited available data, local evaluation by soil experts may be a satisfactory approach forjudging
map plausibility (sensu Moller et al.
The discomfort of intergroup anxiety, however, leads to avoidance and, more troubling, to a reliance on stereotypes as a basis forjudging
The records of the Military Commission (the institution responsible forjudging
the rebels), which is the main source for the account, seem to remain silent on the nature of the rebels' desire for revenge or on the existence of other goals.
They also tend to critique this bleeding-heart, overly compassion-oriented society as lacking objective criteria forjudging
the pain of others, which leads society in a terrible direction of increasing dependency and welfare.
427) If successful, the new NIST standard to be rolled out in 2014 could become the dominant mechanism forjudging
Observing the ex post rate of inflation would seem to provide a simple means forjudging
the performance of the central bank.