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Evaluator

In investing, an outside party who estimates the value of an illiquid asset, such as an antique or an inactive bond. Evaluators sometimes perform their services after a death to appraise rare or one-of-a-kind items. See also: Appraisal.

evaluator

An expert who appraises and assigns a worth to assets for which it is difficult to determine market value.
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The rehabilitation literature includes studies of vocational evaluator roles and functions (Coffey, 1978; Hamilton & Shumate, 2005; Leahy & Wright, 1988; Pruitt, 1972; Taylor et al., 1993; Taylor & Bordieri, 1993).
Some firms are including more open-ended questions in the performance evaluation process, but the completion of the open-ended questions isn't always required, and forms sometimes allow evaluators to skip over these questions.
The researchers would like to see standardized and mandated training that would teach custody evaluators how to discriminate between types of violence because different kinds of violence require different interventions.
Evaluators are reimbursed for all expenses incurred related to the visit.
Evaluators have a key role to play in achieving this objective and building a more sustainable real estate market' said the RERA CEO.
In addition, at the final stage, after analyzing all evaluators, the judgments were compared to the evaluator considered as a reference based on the classification generated by this analysis.
The evaluators built the process of evaluation in terms of goal of the program, organizational support and limitations, apprehensions and restraints and feedback from PIU.
For evaluator 1, findings now indicated a strongly negatively correlated relationship between mean overall rating and mean abstract errors, r(13) = -0.53, p = .042; while relationships between mean overall rating and mean title errors, r(13) = 0.14, p = .635; and mean overall rating and mean total errors, r(13) = -0.51, p = .054, remained not statistically significant.
Program developers and evaluators who have received grants from the Investing in Innovation Fund--established by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009--examine important implementation fidelity issues and challenges that program developers must consider at various stages from initial development through scale up.
The uniqueness of this study is the differentiation by the sex of the evaluator and by the sex of the evaluated images.
In the rare event that an evaluator measured actual behavior, attitude-behavior consistency has been hard to demonstrate.