schmeck

schmeck

(ʃmɛk)
vb (intr)
slang to taste good
n
(Recreational Drugs) drugs slang heroin
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12) menciona que los estilos describen que es lo que la gente hace y cita a Schmeck (1888) quien define estilos como: "...
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"Typically, I start by describing how rum is not synonymous with the typical cloying, syrupy cocktails that have haunted the spirit for years," says Joel Schmeck at the Irving Street Kitchen in Portland, OR.
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Meier and Schmeck (1985), in an early study, found that students with high levels of burnout earned lower scores on a memory task, showed lower levels of cognitive functioning, reported lower self-esteem and lower levels of sensation seeking, and had more ambiguous vocational identities than students whose burnout scores were lower.
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Por otra parte, dentro de los instrumentos de evaluacion de los trastornos de la personalidad (TP), entre ellos el histrionico, existe el indice de fiabilidad diagnostica de las entrevistas estructuradas tales como el SCID-II (Spitzer, Williams & Gibbon, 1989), tambien existe apoyo al uso de la psicobiografia y la historia clinica basadas en conductas y no en rasgos o disposiciones del paciente y por ello el aval para el uso del DSM y del CIE-10, asi como el Examen Internacional para los TP (Lopez-Ibor,Perez,Urdanis & Rubio,1996; Skodol et al., 2011), que se enfoca en el grado de deterioro en el funcionamiento interpersonal e intrapersonal y su severidad en el TP (Schmeck et al., 2013).