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There is relationship between externalization role and empowerment Islamic Azad University management staff of Kerman in 2014.
I have summarized three different externalization data workflow "types" in Table 1.
Next, we will discuss the remaining two affects in TOSCA and TOSCA-3: externalization and detachment.
There is a pervasive sense here of being in the hold of a visionary spell; yet neither the form nor the voice seems to need externalization, so that the poems, while finely crafted, seem to fold inward upon themselves like the flower petals which the poet so often contemplates.
The Arab Economies In A Changing World" by Marcus Noland and Howard Pack is designed to explain to American businessmen and economists about the problems associated with the economic under-performance, problematic internal politics, and externalization of domestic dissent in the Muslim world.
This deal represents a significant step in delivering our externalization strategy as it gives us access to two strategically important late-stage compounds in an area of high unmet medical need.
Further suggestions can help support the design and development of effective online environments to facilitate online externalization of tacit knowledge.
A look at how insurers are using technology, externalization and new approaches to quickly develop new products, get them approved and ensure they're on target.
This can be now understood as a way of guiding the externalization of the client's internal imagery.
Eight cognitive therapy methods--experimental, downward arrow or what if, survey double standard, Socratic questioning, cost-benefit analysis, externalization of voices, and distraction and refocusing--can be modified to treat patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), according to Dr.