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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increase opportunities for students to engage with self-selected texts,
Greenhouse gas emissions and energy use associated with production of individual self-selected US diets.
Those who self-selected their news were also the most likely to participate in 'high-cost' activism and campaigning activities.
The stigma of self-selected free reading needs to come off and young readers need to be encouraged to read what they like, in order to prevent them from giving up reading all together.
Compared to controlled intensities, self-selected intensities have resulted in greater adherence to training programs since they allow for exercise to be more pleasant (Williams, 2008).
Self-selected reading, which has been used extensively within K-12 education, has the potential to positively affect adult, developmental reading students in a college setting.
The purpose of the present study was to compare acute feelings of pleasure/displeasure (FP7) during a resistance training session at self-selected intensity to the overall affective responses (i.e., Session-Affect).
For the three-month study, 183 adults ate either two prepackaged, portion-controlled meals daily, or self-selected their daily meals.
Showcasing self-selected outfits of men and women in China, South Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, and more nations, Asian Street Fashion reveals original flair and openness to the influences of both street style and high fashion.
These self-selected fan-curators serve as the preservationists and promoters of entire swaths of American vernacular folk music that might otherwise have been lost in a world where sometimes only one copy of a 78 is known to exist.
For CAB, on-the-spot card delivery combined with self-selected PIN code issuance will remove the extra expense associated with card fulfillment via post and separate PIN mailing, which can add up to as much as 70 per cent of the issuance cost.
This volume collects self-selected writings by cognitive psychologist Evans, who first proposed dual process theory (in which heuristic processes selecting important information precede analytic processes making judgments based on that information in the human thought process), that provide a review of the key theoretical and experimental concerns that have characterized his work over the past four decades.