Self-selection

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Self-selection

Consequence of a contract that induces only one group to participate.

Self-Selection

A situation in which only one person or group can take advantage of a contract.
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The values under the 45[degrees] approach angle and the 60[degrees] approach angle were significantly greater than during the self-selected approach angle (p < 0.
Dylan, now 62, only plays self-selected venues and has recently appeared in Sheffield, Newcastle and Glasgow.
The men participating in the EHS father studies are self-selected and selected by their partners, which reflect the differential response rates that may underestimate the levels and type of involvement of certain groups of fathers.
While this may be true, he provides little historical evidence aside from his self-selected and small sample of ardently pro-consumerist men's magazines.
Party leaders have failed to build an effective outreach program to evangelical voters that does not depend on self-selected leaders," he says.
At least Plato admitted that letting a self-selected elite decide what kind of literature and art should be tolerated in his ideal state would produce mediocrity.
Thank you very much, but polls of those self-selected people who are motivated enough to "vote" are as scientifically meaningful as divinations.
Clinical laboratory companies have begun to offer a wide option of self-selected medical tests to consumers.
Unlike the self-selected, we're-driving-past-five-other-churches-to-get-there magnet parishes with their wonderful liturgies, the geographical parish is a crapshoot.
Middle-school students will be self-selected to "try out" for participation in an after school activity that will follow the "show choir" model.
the self-selected, self-perpetuating body has failed .