and stability of sustained symptomatic remission and recovery among patients with borderline personality disorder and axis II comparison subjects: a 16-year prospective follow-up study.
Those areas which still have selection generally have, as the figures show, the greatest gap between the attaintment
levels of children from poorer and wealthier households.
The fact that the birth weight and gestational age were low in the CP group in our study caused to delayed attaintment
of the abilities of holding the head and sitting.
(52) For economic historian Claudia Goldin and Lawrence Katz, the declining growth rate in educational attaintment
nationwide since the late 1970s is a "major contributor" to increasing inequality in family income.
such as earnings, levels of self-employment, training requirements, and current workers' educational attaintment
Rate per 100,000 Population Figure 4 Annual average age-adjusted death rates of accidental alcohol poisoning (ICD-9 code: E860), by Sex and educational attaintment
, among population ages 25-64 years, United States, 1996-1998.
198lb [much less than] Social Resources and Strength of Ties: Structural Factors in Occupational Status Attaintment
[much greater than], American Sociological Review, 46:393-405.
Such a gradual transformation has been possible through the blessings of those clan elders who believe their own career attaintment
is the manifestation of the company's human resource and career development policies.
* the degree of professional attaintment
as measured by designations,