et al found a 10% disagreement rate in pathological reports of prostate and bladder specimens after review.
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Intuitively, it makes senses that adults who are fearfully attached do not seek close, personal bonds with others, and would feel less empathy and higher stigma toward an unknown man who is demonstrating behaviors which might be deemed socially inappropriate (Britton & Fuendeling, 2005; Cassidy & Shaver, 2008; Wayment
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collect, edit, and comment upon all published papyri, parchment, and patristic sources that relate to Christianity before the fifth century in Oxyrhynchus, a settlement just west of the Nile River some 170 miles south of Cairo.
The current study generated the Sports Perfectionism Inventory (SPI) based on items from previous empirical sport psychology research, including Anshel and Eom (2003), Dunn, Causgrove Dunn, & Syrotuik (2002), Gotwals, Dunn, and Wayment
(2003), Haase and Prapavessis (2004), and Stoeber (1998).
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Social psychologists have investigated why consumers compare themselves with others (Aspinwall & Taylor, 1997; Collins, 1996; Festinger, 1954; Gibbons & Buunk, 1999; Smith & Sachs, 1997; Taylor, Wayment
, & Carillo, 1995; Tesser, 1988).
IA and IH, however, seem to be essentially defined by the presence or absence of ego-involvement with one's beliefs (Sherif & Cantril, 1947; Wayment
& Bauer, 2008).
Studies show that there are associations between individuals' attachment style and bereavement responses (Parkes, 2002; Servaty-Seib, 2004; Wayment
& Vierthaler, 2002).