Alternatively, Tatum, Olsen, and Frey (2018) ground an explanation of persistent student personal technology use in psychological reactance
theory; a classroom policy that restricts personal technology use denies student autonomy.
These expected relationships between workplace deviance and the organizational structure (e.g., centralization and formalization) are based on reactance
theory (Brehm, 1966) and situational strength theory (Mischel, 1977).
The secondary aim was to assess the influence of height, body weight, and atopic features on the values of reactance
In the face of these peculiarities of organ donation (messages) and in line with the entertainment education approach (Moyer-Guse, 2008; Singhal, Cody, Rogers, & Sabido, 2004), we suggest that narratives might be an effective means to convey the relevant information countering specific fears and myths, because narratives have not only been shown to positively influence organ donation attitudes and intentions (Morgan, Movius, & Cody, 2009), but are also less likely to cause selective avoidance and evoke reactance
(Green, 2006; Moyer-Guse & Nabi, 2010).
Moreover, we can conclude that the damping torque provided by the proposed design depends greatly on the system loading and the line reactance
where "Vi' is the voltage of bus "i' and "Vj' is the voltage at bus "j' and "X' is the reactance
of the line connecting bus "I' and bus "j' "Vimax' and "Vimin' are maximum and minimum voltage limits and "Vinom' is average of "Vimax' and "Vimin' and "Npq' is total number of load buses in the system
Partisan identification: Reactance
theory versus reinforcement theory.
[X.sub.L] is the reactance
of the inductor and [X.sub.L]([alpha]) is the effective reactance
of the inductor at firing angle a and is limited thus:
Two different situations, the load reactance
change and the load resistance change, are considered separately.
Choi SH); (ii) a 30% or more increase in the resistance value at 5 Hz; or (iii) an 80% or more increase in the reactance
value at 5 Hz.
In addition, no changes were seen in lung function based on impulse oscillometry, a noninvasive method for measuring airway resistance and reactance
It has two components--resistance (R) and reactance