TSCS

AcronymDefinition
TSCSThin Surface Course Systems (UK)
TSCSTurbine Stress Control System
TSCSTri-State Christian School (Galena, IL)
TSCSTime-Series Cross-Sectional Data (computing)
TSCSTop Secret Control Section (US Navy)
TSCSThe Sidney Crosby Show (hockey blog)
TSCSTransportable Satellite Communications System
TSCSTaxi Security Camera System (VerifEye Technologies; Australia)
TSCSTotal Supply Chain Security (symposium; Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation)
TSCSTrade Status Change Stream
TSCSTaxpayer Services Center Section
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These findings propose that translated Urdu-version of TSCS is suitable for measuring self concept of adolescents in Pakistan.
However, TSCS observations are likely to violate the independence assumption underlying logistic regression analysis and risk those results being misleading when observations are temporally related.
Using data drawn from the 2009 TSCS, this study investigates how electoral turnout and partisan voting vary with the changes in citizens' economic positions for a newly industrialized democracy.
We performed independent samples t tests to compare the self-concept level of the high and low self-supporting groups, and we computed Pearson correlations between scores on the TSCS and the SBQ 6-12.
The results of the regression analysis, using TSCS data for 10 OECD countries over the period 1995-2007, corroborate theoretical hypothesis that freedom from regulation in general positively affects business creation.
I include a control for this potential temporal dependency in the TSCS model.
The nano-16 will also utilize a TSCS PC-based data acquisition and control package.
For example, the factor structure of TSCS (Tennessee Self Concept Scale, Fitts, 1965) one of the most popular measures of self-concept, never has been empirically replicated (see Alfaro-Garcia & Santiago-Negron, 2002).
As described in the methodology section, in each succeeding step all the calculations carried out with the SUR technique were repeated using TSCS regression.
The TSCS is a general trait measure of self-control that correlates positively with a breadth of "good" behaviors, such as grade point average, decreased alcohol abuse, relationship quality, interpersonal skills, and psychological adjustment (Tangney et al, 2004).
We employ a pooled time-series cross-sectional design (TSCS) of the Panel Corrected Standard Errors (PCSE) method for handling the non-spherical error structures in TSCS analysis.