Thus, it is important that future researchers more thoroughly examine demographic differences to develop culturally syntonic
1971) "Environments--Disc 3" (LP) Syntonic
, a mobile platform and services provider, has appointed former Sprint and AT&T senior executive, Steve Elfman, as the new Chairman of the board amid accelerated customer growth, rapid product innovation and ongoing global expansion, the company said.
Increasingly, employees are being asked to use their personal devices for workplace purposes, according to a survey from Syntonic
, a mobile content solutions provider.
His division is widely adopted as two poles that delineate narcissism in gradations from syntonic
to dystonie along a continuum.
I remember trying to rationalise to myself that if early separations are culturally syntonic
, maybe babies belonging to such cultures experience them differently.
This edition emphasizes each person's unique ego syntonic
or dystonic relationship with both substances and non-substance-related behaviors of pleasure.
these species are related to sea environments, but have clear and thin membrane due to the high syntonic
with bio environment condition and locating near to soft water.
Each predetermined stage involves a dynamic balance of opposites, or syntonic
and dystonic dispositions.
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Wireless lifted the wraps off on Thursday from the new app store that will be home to applications and content qualified for the U.
Relative to their Caucasian peers, Asian American students had a higher rate of distressing thoughts, which could be understood as a culturally syntonic
way for these students to express their distress in college (see Choi et al.
Effective treatment hinges not only on a deep understanding of the patient's cultural influences but on the ability to identify therapeutic goals that are culturally syntonic
and responsive to the patient.