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According to the theory proposed, this is a consequence of the severe condition of perceived threat that persists unabated for the anxious child in an ambiguous sort of school environment.
According to the theory underlying odd-lot indices, the trader who trades odd lots is most likely a small trader, one who can't afford to trade round lots.
( Despite common belief, he did not take a day from February ; see the debunked theory on month lengths ) According to a Senatus consultum quoted by Macrobius, he chose this month because it was the time of several of his great triumphs, including the conquest of Egypt.
According to the theory, the human experience of moral obligations was the result of evolutionary pressures, which attached a sense of morality to human psychology because it was useful for moral development ; this entail that moral values do not exist independently of the human mind.
According to this new theory, the shorter Alexandrian text is closer to the original, and the longer Western text is the result of later insertion of additional material into the text.
According to the special theory of relativity, the aberration looks as a transform of the celestial sphere due to different frames of reference and is virtually a special case of velocity addition, namely one of the light beam and frames ' relative velocity v. The formula from relativistic aberration can be simplified to
According to the theory of aerodynamics, a flow is considered to be compressible if its change in density with respect to pressure is non-zero along a streamline.
According to bundle theory, an object consists of its properties and nothing more: thus neither can there be an object without properties nor can one even conceive of such an object ; for example, bundle theory claims that thinking of an apple compels one also to think of its color, its shape, the fact that it is a kind of fruit, its cells, its taste, or at least one other of its properties.
According to the Big Bang theory, the Universe was once in an extremely hot and dense state which expanded rapidly.
According to the Chronicles-Ezra-Nehemiah theory, it contains material set aside from the rest of the book of Ezra, which was canonized first.
According to this theory, the anonymous author attributed these events to Daniel, as prophecies that were witnessed by this writer in the 2nd century BCE.
According to this theory, the cycle of philosophical upheavals that in part drove the diversification of Buddhism into its many schools and sects only began once Buddhists began attempting to make explicit the implicit philosophy of the Buddha and the early suttas.
According to one theory, the term was loaned to Russian, where-in literary language-it first appeared in " Elysei ", a 1771 poem by V. Maikov.
According to Brønsted – Lowry acid-base theory, acids are substances that donate a positive hydrogen ion to another substance in a chemical reaction ; by extension, a base is the substance which receives that hydrogen ion.
According to physicist Phil Anderson, the term was coined by himself and Volker Heine when they changed the name of their group at the Cavendish Laboratories, Cambridge from " Solid state theory " to " Theory of Condensed Matter ", as they felt it did not exclude their interests in the study of liquids, nuclear matter and so on.
According to some psychologists, a person who believes in one conspiracy theory tends to believe in others ; a person who does not believe in one conspiracy theory tends not to believe another.
According to this theory, depressed people acquire a negative schema of the world in childhood and adolescence as an effect of stressful life events, and the negative schema is activated later in life when the person encounters similar situations.
According to Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection, characteristics such as camouflage that help an animal to survive will tend to evolve in any population.
According to Charles Darwin's 1859 theory of natural selection, features such as camouflage evolved by providing individual animals with a reproductive advantage, enabling them to leave more offspring, on average, than other members of the same species.
According to this view, Hume is not arguing for a bundle theory, which is a form of reductionism, but rather for an eliminative view of the self.
According to dot-com theory, an Internet company's survival depended on expanding its customer base as rapidly as possible, even if it produced large annual losses.
According to theory, this may give a comparative advantage in production of goods that make more intensive use of the relatively more abundant, thus relatively cheaper, input.
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According to this pact, the Liberals would support the government in crucial votes in exchange for some influence over policy.
According to the E. J. Erickson the Greek Navy also played a crucial, albeit indirect role, in the Thracian campaign by neutralizing no less than three Thracian Corps ( see First Balkan War, the Bulgarian theater of operations ), a significant portion of the Ottoman Army there, in the all-important opening round of the war.
According to Felipe Fernandez-Armesto and others, the practices Genoa developed in the Mediterranean ( such as chattel slavery ) were crucial in the exploration and exploitation of the New World.
" According to the publisher, " Although individually minor, these changes are nonetheless crucial in that they facilitate a smooth reading of the book ’ s allusive density and essential fabric.
According to these Reformers, even as early as the Apostles a natural process of corruption began, and reached a crucial point of development when the Christian church was made the official religion of the Roman Empire by Theodosius I.
According to DeYoung, another crucial difference was the fact that he was not the overall producer on this album, as he'd been on the others.
According to the 7 survival skills of the 21st century, this written communication is crucial to the modern day world.
According to one account, Reinhard Gehlen, the head of the Bundesnachrichtendienst, first alerted Dulles to the location of a crucial telephone junction, less than two meters ( six feet ) underground, where three cables came together close to the border of the American sector of West Berlin.
According to the political report submitted to the congress, mass mobilization of the population was considered crucial to the successful outcome of the First Plan.
According to Erikson, the environment in which a child lived was crucial to providing growth, adjustment, a source of self-awareness and identity.
According to the Brahmin or Aryan philosophy, the king was only an upholder of dharma, but never the crucial or architecture factor influencing the whole of life.
According to Ami Isseroff, the Program was " a crucial step in the development of the Zionist movement, which increasingly saw itself as opposed to Britain rather than a collaborator of Britain, and it determined that henceforth Ben-Gurion and the Zionist Executive in Palestine, rather than Weizmann would lead the Zionist movement and determine policy toward the British.
According to recent commentators, the news media played a crucial role in the genocide ; local print and radio media fueled the killings while the international media either ignored or seriously misconstrued events on the ground.
According to Lindley, that “ Henry VII ’ s will declares his trust in ...‘ Aungels, Archaungels, Patriarchs, Prophets, Apostels, Evangelists, Martirs, Confessours and Virgyns ’” is critical to understanding his motivation in building the chapel: “ Henry ’ s belief in the efficacy of ‘ mediacions and prayers ’ in his progress through purgatory is crucial to his purpose .” That is to say, he built the chapel and adorned it with numerous sculptures of important religious figures in part to ensure his acceptance into Heaven.
According to Dr Ruickbie, Valiente was the ' Mother of Modern Witchcraft ', playing a crucial role in re-writing much of Gardner's original ritual material, an assessment supported by Ronald Hutton.
According to Roy Strong: " the designs for the 1589 intermezzi are crucial, for they are the earliest mass-disseminated illustrations of what became a norm throughout Europe for theatrical visual experience for the next three hundred years, the proscenium arch behind which receded ranks of side wings, the vista closed by a back-shutter.
* According to Benjamin Madley, the German experience in South West Africa was a crucial precursor to Nazi colonialism and genocide.
According to Spoor et al., this modification of the semicircular canal system may represents a crucial ‘ point of no return ’ event in early cetacean evolution, which excluded a prolonged semi-aquatic phase.
According to this study, the finger-length ratio was boosted by higher levels of testosterone in the womb during a crucial phase of gestation.
" According to Hilberg, his own approach was crucial for grasping the Nazi genocide of Jews as a process.