is manifested at the macro and micro levels (Ball-Rokeach, 1998; Ball-Rokeach & DeFleur, 1976; DeFleur & Ball-Rokeach, 1989).
Hypothesis 1: Mobile phone users who use mobile Internet or text messages-including SMS and MIM--more often will show a higher level of mobile dependency
than will those who use these activities less.
To check if a functional dependency
Y [right arrow] A holds in a set of dependencies F, we compute the closure of Y and check If A [subset or equal to] [Y.
In the first phase, the set of dependencies for the two sentences is extracted using a dependency
Here, the rate of temperature dependency
R(t) makes the relative components of temperature dependency
[gamma](t) comparable for different loads.
The Pearson product-moment correlations were computed for: shyness, anxious attachment to romantic partners, exclusive dependency
on romantic partners, emotional dependency
on romantic partners, and overall dependency
on romantic partners.
Information on cravings, brain receptors, neurotransmitters, and pleasure release has a great deal to offer those involved in delivering chemical dependency
In this case, it will be necessary to identify the entities modified in each plan and to place them as parameters in the dependency
In debating welfare reform, fascinating, contradictory notions of dependency
In pre-modern times, dependency
meant being part of a social unit (estate, family, empire) that was headed by someone else.
division or subsidiary) was found to be "separately" ascertainable, because the group of companies lacked the contribution and dependency
rim required to establish a single, integrated wheel of unity.
In 1988 Monique's mother signed form 8332 to waive her right to claim a dependency
exemption for her daughter for 1987 and all future tax years.