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AcronymDefinition
NFBNational Film Board of Canada
NFBNational Federation of the Blind
NFBNeurofeedback (biofeedback)
NFBNegative Feedback
NFBNo Fixed Bridges (real estate)
NFBNo Fuse Breaker
NFBNaval Frontier Base (US Navy)
NFBNormal for Bridgewater (music album)
NFBNeeds Food Badly (gaming clan; World of Warcraft)
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Positive feedback was related to higher levels of problem-solving self-efficacy, whereas negative feedback was related to lower levels of problem-solving self-efficacy.
H1: Supervisor expert power will be positively related to subordinate performance improvement efforts following negative feedback.
In contrast to positive feedback, which conveys the message to employees that they have performed well, negative feedback indicates that employees' job performance does not meet organizational expectations (e.
In this study, we have also found that PACG patients scored significantly lower in utilization rate of negative feedback compared with healthy controls, indicating that PACG patients cannot cope with negative emotion processing.
Negative feedback is typically a critical way to provide constructive ideas for improvement and to motivate employees to work hard.
Both the frequency of feedback and the ratio of positive to negative feedback are important metrics for evaluating instruction.
13) Malthus argued that in man's savage state the brutal deaths caused by "war, infanticide, famine, disease [and] murder of the aged"--which in Holmgren's terminology are called negative feedback loops, kept humanity from overpopulation.
Madhya Pradesh MPs, Prem Chand Guddu from Ujjain ( Reserved) and Sajjan Singh Verma from Devas ( Reserved), may not be considered for the polls this time due to negative feedback from party units.
It is crucial to note that naturally occurring feedback among group members took place in each condition as group members were participating in a decision-making task, and that in the positive and negative feedback conditions a confederate provided feedback (see Appendix) in addition to the naturally-occurring feedback.
Next they received negative feedback about their speech (even if it was excellent) and were asked to assess the accuracy of the feedback.
He said that a banking union was needed to break the negative feedback loop between weak banks and governments.