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Individual and rewards
# Acquire incentives to provide for respondents-There are two different types of incentives: Individual rewards and lottery rewards.
Individual rewards are given to every person who completes the survey ( e. g., a coupon for a free pizza ).
Individual rewards are more expensive but provide higher response rates.

Individual and have
Individual differences in maturation and the development of readiness for learning to read indicate that not until the third grade have most children had ample opportunity to demonstrate their capacity for school achievement.
Individual scholars have also called the family " Erythraean " ( Tucker 1966 ) and " Lisramic " ( Hodge 1972 ).
Individual flowers have jointed pedicels and tepals forming a tubular shape.
Individual members additionally have access to Safari Books Online and Books24x7.
Individual crocheters work yarn with a loose or a tight hold and, if unmeasured, these differences can lead to significant size changes in finished garments that have the same number of stitches.
Individual smiths and specialized applications have fostered development of a variety of forges of this type, from the coal forge described above, to simpler constructions amounting to a hole in the ground with a pipe leading into it.
Individual gadolinium atoms have been isolated by encapsulating them into fullerene molecules and visualized with transmission electron microscope .< ref > Individual Gd atoms and small Gd clusters have also been incorporated into carbon nanotubes.
Individual geocaching websites have developed their own guidelines for acceptable geocache publications.
Individual whales are typically identified using photographs of their dorsal surface and matching the scars and patches associated with parasites that have fallen off the whale or are still attached.
Individual dorms at Harvey Mudd have their own unique traditions, but the College itself hosts some campus traditions.
Individual contributors that perform team tasks that are challenging, interesting, and engaging are more likely to be motivated to exert greater effort and perform better than those team members that are working on those tasks that do not have these characteristics.
Individual scientists have also used the term.
Individual mountains within the same mountain range do not necessarily have the same geologic structure or petrology.
Individual operators would also have had no more right than any other private company for their " advertisement " to appear on traffic signs, whereas the double arrow was already prescribed for indicating a " railway station ".
Philips have made some considerable progress since 2007 ( when it was first ranked in this guide ), in particular by supporting the Individual Producer Responsibility principle, which means that the company is accepting the responsibility for the toxic impacts of its products on e-waste dumps around the world.
Individual components of the 19S particle have their own regulatory roles.
Individual souls have the same overall structure as the principle of Soul, but they are weaker.
Individual Conservative rabbis and synagogues are not required to adopt any of these changes, and a small number have adopted none of them.
Individual South African cities such as Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg and Pretoria are also in the process of, or have completed construction of city-owned fibre-optic networks.
Individual houses also may have vegetable gardens in their compounds.
Individual ministries or agencies ( central or local ) do not have such powers except in specified circumstances.
Individual athletes such as swimmer Natalie du Toit and track athlete Oscar Pistorius have competed as equals against able bodied athletes at various events including the Olympic Games.

Individual and often
Individual directors often serve on more than one board.
Individual printers are often designed to support both local and network connected users at the same time.
Individual " Heretics ", such as Peter of Bruis, had often challenged the Church.
Individual neuroscientists, however, often work on questions that span several distinct subfields.
Individual genetic advantage often fails to explain certain social behaviors as a result of gene-centred selection, and evolution may also act upon groups.
Individual Subud members often voluntarily engage in occasional fasting as Pak Subuh recommended.
Individual terrorists tend to be motivated more by a desire for social solidarity with other members of their organization than by political platforms or strategic objectives, which are often murky and undefined.
Individual experiments and projects at the accelerators are financed by the participating German and foreign institutes, which in turn are often publicly financed.
Individual minerals in limonite may form crystals, but limonite does not, although specimens may show a fibrous or microcrystalline structure, and limonite often occurs in concretionary forms or in compact and earthy masses ; sometimes mammillary, botryoidal, reniform or stalactitic.
Individual detachments often have smaller high-speed rigid-hulled inflatable boats and other purpose-built vessels for inland waters, some of which can be hauled by road to the nearest launching point.
Individual broads may lie directly on the river, or are more often situated to one side and connected to the river by an artificial channel or dyke.
Individual member states often define even lower levels by national law ; the United Kingdom, for instance, opted for 120 dB ( A ), which is where many references indicate that permanent ear damage occurs.
Individual publishers often have their own in-house variations as well, and some works are so long-established as to have their own citation methods too: Stephanus pagination for Plato ; Bekker numbers for Aristotle ; citing the Bible by book, chapter and verse ; or Shakespeare notation by play, act and scene.
Individual accommodations, such as specialized furniture, are often used by people with dwarfism.
Individual blocks are usually even-aged and often consist of just one or two species.
Individual vessels were often transferred between different stations during their existence.
Individual coping responses to procrastination are often emotional or avoidant oriented rather than task or problem-solving oriented.
Individual attributes of Flight Simulator aircraft that can be customized include: cockpit layout, cockpit image, aircraft model, aircraft model textures, aircraft flight characteristics, scenery models, scenery layouts and scenery textures, often with simple-to-use programs, or only a text editor such as ' Notepad '.
Individual scholars who were invited to talk to us in Cambridge in that period often felt, understandably, obliged to maintain a distinct opposition.
Individual texts often use idiosyncratic convention, such as "###" plus a number to mark page breaks.
Individual Shinto sects, such as Tenrikyo and Konkokyo, often have a unique dogma or leader.
Individual factors are often used to account for various circumstances, such as whether one is a parent, elderly, a child, married, etc.
Individual are often artivists.
* Individual mandate, an often controversial government requirement for the purchase of goods by individuals

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