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Thus, the remaining controlling variable was the Crel property, which was the same across the I-I and Other-Other trial types (both plus signs).
With respect to the CREL hazard quotients for non-cancer related health effects, three of the nine chemicals analyzed exceeded 1.0 for the direct exposure to users; acrolein (7.0), nicotine (222), and propylene glycol (967).
If we use the minimum rather than the maximum chemical emissions in Table 1, the modeled direct and indirect CREL hazard quotients still exceed 1.0 for propylene glycol (293 direct and 7.0 indirect) and nicotine (65 direct and 1.6 indirect).
CHEMICAL EXPOSURE CRITERIA DIRECT EXPOSURE NSRL CREL HQ (a) HQ (a) ([micro]g/ ([micro]g/ NSRL CREL day) [m.sup.3]) ACETALDEHYDE 90 140 0.18 0.01 ACROLEIN N/A 0.35 N/A 7.0 FORMALDEHYDE 40 9 1.64 0.36 CADMIUM 0.05 0.02 5.13 0.64 LEAD 0.5 0.15 1.33 0.22 NICKEL 0.8 0.05 0.42 0.34 NICOTINE N/A 5 N/A 222 NNK (b) 0.014 N/A 2.36 N/A PROPYLENE N/A 50 N/A 967 CHEMICAL INDIRECT EXPOSURE HQ (a) HQ (a) NSRL CREL ACETALDEHYDE 0.004 0.0001 ACROLEIN N/A 0.17 FORMALDEHYDE 0.04 0.009 CADMIUM 0.12 0.015 LEAD 0.03 0.005 NICKEL 0.008 0.007 NICOTINE N/A 5.4 NNK (b) 0.05 N/A PROPYLENE N/A 23 GLYCOL (a) Hazard quotients expressed as the ratio of the calculated exposure to the NSRL and CREL health exposure guidelines, with values above 1.0 bolded.
As the 100% risk-weighted category includes assets other than loans--for example illiquid fixed assets--a second OLS analysis is conducted using the change in the ratio of CRELs to RWA from the fourth quarter 2001 to fourth quarter 2007 as the dependent variable ([DELTA]CREL).
First, the statistical significance of LN(ASSET) is weaker, indicating a somewhat weaker association between asset size and risk-taking through CRELs. Second, the relationship between [DELTA]CREL and CREL01 is more clearly nonlinear.
TABLE 8 Estimated A100% and ACREL for a Representative MSA and Non-MSA Bank from OLS Regressions Dependent Variable Variant 1 Variant 2 Variant 3 Variant 4 [DELTA] 100% MSA (%) 12.6 12.7 12.7 12.8 Non-MSA (%) 6.0 5.8 6.0 5.8 [DELTA] CREL MSA (%) 15.8 15.8 15.7 15.7 Non-MSA (%) 8.5 8.3 8.8 8.6 Notes: These values were generated from Equation (8).
The positive and negative labels refer to the relative positivity of the Cfuncs for each label and target; the relative positivity of the Crels; and the relative positivity of the RCIs in the context of the other Cfuncs, Crels, and RCIs in that stimulus set.
One type of contextual control is denoted as Crel, which refers to any contextual cues that determine the specific mutual and combinatorial entailed relations.
A core assumption of the DAARRE model is that differential trial-type effects may be explained by the extent to which the Cfunc and Crel properties cohere with the RCI properties of the response options across blocks of trials.
For one IRAP the response options were Crels (similar and different) and for the other IRAP they were RCIs (true and false); hereafter, the former IRAP will be referred to as the SD-IRAP and the latter as the TF-IRAP (see Fig.
The second exposure led to a reduction in the D-IRAP scores for both response-option conditions, but the reduction was considerably more pronounced for the participants who completed the first IRAP using Crels (similar/different) rather than RCIs (true/false).