GAS

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AcronymDefinition
GASGasoline
GASGames And Sports
GASGastonia (Amtrak station code; Gastonia, NC)
GASGovernment Auditing Standards
GASGood Academic Standing (various organizations)
GASGeneral Adaptation Syndrome
GASGreetings and Salutations
GASGroup A Streptococci (bacteria)
GASGermany, Austria, Switzerland (group of countries)
GASGlobal Assessment Scale
GASGear Acquisition Syndrome (mainly bass guitarists) :-)
GASGerman Air Service
GASGuitar Acquisition Syndrome
GASGoal Attainment Scaling (patient evaluation tool)
GASGarden Art Show (Colorado)
GASGreat American Smokeout
GASGlobally Asymptotically Stable
GASGlass Art Society
GASGrowth Arrest-Specific
GASGPS Antenna System
GASGeneral Administrative Service (Philippines)
GASGlobal Address Space (programming)
GASGenetic Algorithm Solution
GASGet Away Special (Space Shuttle)
GASGerman Academy of Science
GASGuilty As Sin :-)
GASGlobal Attribute Schema
GASGoogle Adsense
GASGround Application Software
GASGeneral Audit Software
GASGeneral Anthroposophical Society
GASGoogle Apps Script (JavaScript and Google, Inc.)
GASGroupe d'Anthropologie Scolastique (French: Scholastic Anthropology Group)
GASGround Analysis Software
GASGovernment against Society
GASGovernance Advisory Service (Australia)
GASGunner's Auxiliary Sight (secondary optics on an M-1 Abrams tank)
GASGadget Acquisition Syndrome
GASGigantic Art Space (est. 2003; New York)
GASGovernment Account Series
GASGrind Ambition Success
GASGeneral Adaptive Syndrome
GASGalactic Alliance Security (Star Wars)
GASGong Appreciation Society
GASGabardan Athlétique Sport (French: Gabardan Athletic Sport; Gabardan, France)
GASGraef, Anhalt, Schloemer and Associates Inc.
GASGroupe Accueil Solidarité (French: Solidarity Group Home)
GASGNU Assembler Format (GNU software project)
GASGuild of All Souls
GASGate Allocation System
GASGeneral Air Staff
GASGraduate Assessment Survey
GASGeometric Analysis of Sections
GASGeneral Appraisal System
GASGeospatial Annotation Services
GASGeneral Automotive Support
GASGatewick Aviation Services (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
GASGround Aided Seeker
GASGroup A, B-Hemolytic Streptococci bacteria
GASGorizia Automoto Storiche (Italian automobile club; Gorizia, Italy)
GASGhanaian Association of Sacramento (California)
References in periodicals archive ?
Goal attainment scaling (GAS) is a method for setting measurable goals and assessing clinical progress.
Goal attainment scaling (GAS; Kiresuk & Sherman, 1968) is one example of an individualized assessment tool that can function as an outcome measure using a standardized scoring process to measure the level of goal attainment.
To assess learner outcomes, NPDC staff adopted a methodology called goal attainment scaling, which originated in the field of mental health (Kiresuk & Sherman, 1968) but has a history in special education (Cart, 1979; Ruble, McGrew, & Toland, 2012; Schlosser, 2004; Shuster, Fitzgerald, Shelton, Barber, & Desch 1984).
The results suggest that Goal Attainment Scaling can be used reliably to assess outcomes of psychotherapy.
The seventh edition adds features on goal attainment scaling, discusses handheld computers, and updates research results.
Two adaptable, valid, and reliable data collection measures: Goal attainment scaling and the semantic differential.
1999): Goal attainment scaling as a measure of clinically important change in nursing-home patients.
The purpose of this study was to examine the effectiveness of a wellness intervention for women with multiple sclerosis (MS) on achieving health-related goals set individually by each participant in the experimental group (N = 57) using goal attainment scaling.
The 2001-2002 academic year marked the tenth year of Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS) for the college.
One approach to getting this type of data lies in the adaptation of Goal Attainment Scaling (Kiresuk & Sherman, 1968) or similar procedures that can help articulate and individualize outcome measurement.
An AB design was used with goal attainment scaling which included repeated behavior measurements in a time-series format over the 8 weeks of the study.
All students participated in all data collection activities with the exception of Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS) data collection, described subsequently.