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u·ni·di·men·sion·al

 (yo͞o′nĭ-dĭ-mĕn′shə-nəl, -dī-)
adj.
One-dimensional.

unidimensional

(ˌjuːnɪˌdaɪˈmɛnʃənəl)
adj
of or having only one dimension

one′-dimen′sional



adj.
1. having one dimension only.
2. having no depth or scope.
[1880–85]
one′-dimensional′ity, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unidimensional - relating to a single dimension or aspect; having no depth or scope; "a prose statement of fact is unidimensional, its value being measured wholly in terms of its truth"- Mary Sheehan; "a novel with one-dimensional characters"
multidimensional - having or involving or marked by several dimensions or aspects; "multidimensional problems"; "a multidimensional proposition"; "a multidimensional personality"
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Accordingly, the information gathered in the current proposal has the potential to change the commonly held conceptions regarding the unidimensional positive nature of cooperation.
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A study comparing the original unidimensional ESI to the multidimensional single-stimulus measure, focusing particularly on their resistance to faking will also be presented.
While the unidimensional liberal-conservative self-placement scale used for decades is extremely useful (see Jost 2006), political scientists have increasingly recognized its limits.
One of the main requirements of Rasch models (1980) is the unidimensional character of the measures (Wright, Stone 1999).
This unidimensional focus of Sharif's India policy - which is in fact not a policy but a collection of short-term measures - on business interests also betrays a lack of understanding on the overarching dynamics of the Pakistan-India relationship and the real conflicts that need resolution.
A basic assumption when summing rating scale items into a total score is that the items represent a common underlying variable, that is, that they are unidimensional (Nunally & Bernstein, 1994).
On the one hand, some scholars stressed the unidimensional nature of consumer trust in that unidimensionality has the advantages of brevity, simplicity, and generalizability (Kumar, Stern, & Achrol, 1992; Nicholson, Compeau, & Sethi, 2001).
of Texas at San Antonio) conducts a broad reading of the genre on film and on TV that demonstrates that drawing a unidimensional picture of "rugged individualism" from these works is a misreading of a genre in which Hollywood liberals frequently used the Western narrative in order to promote progressive ideals regarding such issues as gun control, environmental protection, respect for non-Christians, and community.

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