DBQ


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AcronymDefinition
DBQDisability Benefits Questionnaire (US VBA)
DBQDocument Based Question
DBQDatabase Query
DBQDave Brubeck Quartet (band)
DBQDubuque, IA, USA - Dubuque Municipal Airport (Airport Code)
DBQDetroit Bible Quizzing (Detroit, MI)
DBQDove Brothers Quartet
DBQDatabase for Quality (software)
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Functional impairment was recorded in the DBQ back questionnaire completed during the C&P examination.
Since the 1970s, Document Based Questions (DBQs) have been taught in response to national calls for better education practices that emphasize training students how to think (United States, 1983; Boyer, 1998).
DBQ. The number of pros and cons the participant associates with while participating in a regular exercise routine was measured by the DBQ (Marcus, Rakowski, and Rossi, 1992), a 16-item, 5-point Likert type scale ranging from 1 (not at all important) to 5 (extremely important).
Dafeeah et al., "A cross, "ethnical" comparison of the Driver Behaviour Questionnaire (DBQ) in an economically fast developing country," Global Journal of Health Science, vol.
From following four protocols, Q and Fast-Q algorithm use slot by slot assessment method to change query command during scan round whereas RETES and DBQ use frame by frame method to do the same.
VA released 68 new disability benefits questionnaires (DBQ) earlier this year.
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This study examines differences, if any, between gender, level of motivation, and students' classification (typical learners, academic intervention services learners, and gifted) in scores upon DBQ (document-based questions) among the sixth grade students.
The flight originated at the Dubuque (Iowa) Regional Airport (DBQ) and was en route to Wisconsin when it diverted to the Cassville (Wis.) Municipal Airport (C74).
This high-stakes test is part of the Regent's exams, and it is one that mixes multiple-choice questions associated with rote memorization along with a "document-based question" (DBQ).