nonresilient


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Adj.1.nonresilient - not resilient
inelastic - not elastic; "economists speak of an inelastic price structure"
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Resilient individuals react positively to events, while nonresilient individuals become pessimistic, fail to develop, and allow events to destroy them emotionally and physically.
He used this data to develop primate research studies which concluded that vertex deceleration resulted in direct transmission of force through the rigid, nonresilient helmet and intact skull to the brain.
We see nonresilient buildings and settlements all around us, that are vulnerable to climate change.
If Ramo's nihilistic vision of the future holds true, the nonresilient will become the wreckage of bygone civilizations.
She observed that the resilient children and their families had some specific attributes that differentiate them from nonresilient individuals (Werner & Smith, 1982).
Longitudinal health endangering behavior risk among resilient and nonresilient early adolescents.
Motivation and learning environmental differences between resilient and nonresilient Latino middle school students.
Motivation and learning environment differences between resilient and nonresilient Latino middle school students.
Nonresilient social-ecological systems are vulnerable to external change while a resilient system may even make use of disturbances as opportunities to transform into more desired states (Walker et al.
The authors point out how each of these persons' thought processes set him or her apart from the nonresilient study volunteers.
Padron, "Motivation and Learning Environment Differences Between Resilient and Nonresilient Latino Middle School Students," Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, vol.
Although demand growth will slow considerably through the forecast period, by 2007 laminate flooring is expected to account for over 20 percent of nonresilient demand and over ten percent of total hard surface flooring demand.