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AcronymDefinition
ESSTEncéphalopathies Spongiformes Subaiguës Transmissibles (French: Transmissible Subacute Spongiform Encephalopathies)
ESSTEtsy Supply Street Team (online craft marketplace)
ESSTÉtoile Sportive de Saint Thégonnec (French sports team)
ESSTEuropean Inter-University Association on Society, Science and Technology
ESSTEuropean Society, Science and Technology (academic program)
ESSTEuropean Society of Sleep Technologists
ESSTEnvironmental Simulation for Sensitivity Training
ESSTEast Stroudsburg State Teachers College (now East Stroudsburg University; Pennsylvania)
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t-Test (sec) 11.51 (0.91) 9.86 (0.51) ESST (m) 23.80 (2.78) 29.80 (2.42) THT (m) 5.30 (0.56) 6.29 (0.39) Percentage Paired samples Dependent variable gain in test sig.
Differences between SMs with and without LLL were found in all four of the CHAMP items: SLS, ESST, T-Test, and IAT.
The ESST was time limited and scored based on the number of 1 m spans crossed within the allotted 10 s time period, with greater distance indicating better performance.
The ESST and IAT scores differed significantly between the TTA and TFA groups (p < 0.05) and between the TTA and BLLA groups (p < 0.05).
Differences were not found between those with TFA, BTTA, and TTA/TFA for the ESST, T-Test, and IAT, suggesting that uniplanar, biplanar, and multiplanar movements are equally challenging for these groups.
Although the ESST, T-Test, and IAT have been described in the literature, discrepancies do exist with regard to the test layout, administration, and scoring, suggesting a need to establish a standardized means of testing that is also proven to be reliable.
The primary purpose of this study was to establish the interrater and test-retest reliability of the ESST, T-Test, and IAT in a nondisabled population of male Active Duty (AD) U.S.
At the request of base commanders, newly created Electronic Security Survey Teams (ESSTs) are dispatched to bases to provide an initial vulnerability assessment.