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In statistics, the most frequently occurring value in a given data set.
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In these moods she found it impossible to read or play the piano, even to move being beyond her inclination.
In some way chastened and purified by the mood they had been in, they became, not man and woman, not boy and girl, but excited little animals.
He would have ugly moods, when he hated Ona and the whole family, because they stood in his way.
The research conducted by Peter Pribis, a Professor at University of New Mexico in the US showcases the effects of walnut consumption on mood in young adults between the ages 18 and 25.
Right now, the mood is exceedingly optimistic -- precisely at the point when negative trends start to show.
Evidence mood may from person via a process social Rob Eyre, of the "Evidence suggests mood may spread from person to person via a process known as social contagion.
What they found was that while mood, and some symptoms of depression can rub off on participants in a friendship network, the mood was not strong enough to actually push friends into depression.
Cappello explores how the parental mood shapes one's relationship to the world, observing that, in her own 1950s childhood, although her mother's moods dominated the household, they were thought of simply as "emotions.
In one, the comic strip character Calvin howls, "I'm in a very bad mood, so nobody'd better mess with me today, boy
Babies born in the summer are likely to suffer from mood swings when they grow up while those born in the winter are less likely to become irritable adults, scientists claim.
2015) revealed that learners who were induced with positive mood had higher learning outcomes in comprehension and transfer tests and showed longer fixation durations on the relevant information of the multimedia learning environment than learners who were induced with neutral mood.