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AcronymDefinition
IORInstituto de Obras Para la Religión (Spanish: Institute for Works of Religion)
IORIndex of Reliability
IORInstructor of Record (various universities)
IORInteroperable Object Reference
IORInterorganizational Relationship
IORIstituto Ortopedico Rizzoli (Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute, Italy)
IORIbm Onsite Repair
IORInput Output Register
IORInput Output Real
IORInput Output Read
IORInput Output Resource
IORIndex of Refraction
IORInstitute of Recruiters (UK)
IORInclusive Or
IORIndian Ocean Rim
IORImproved Oil Recovery
IORInstitute of Refrigeration (UK)
IORInhibition of Return
IORIndian Ocean Region
IORImporter of Record (customs)
IORIncreased Oil Recovery
IORIstituto Per Le Opere Di Religione (Vatican Bank)
IORInternational Osteopathic Research (France)
IORInternational Offshore Rule (sailing)
IORInspector of Record (construction term)
IORIndian Other Rank
IORIndependent Order of Rechabites (est. 1835)
IORImpact of Relationship (social media)
IORInstitute of Operational Risk
IORInternational Orientation Resources
IORIdeas of reference
IORImmediate Operational Requirement
IORInitial Operating Report (US FEMA)
IORInterobserver Reliability
IORInput/Output Read
IORInternational Ocean Racing (Association)
IORIndustry Optic Romania
IORInvestigator of Record
IORInstitute of Religion
IORIntelligent Office Repeater
IORIncrement Operations Review
IORIndicated Outcome Report
IORIssue on Request
IORIsle of Rhythm (Belgian music event)
IORIssue On Requisition
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The first component was composed of items related to Unusual Perceptual Experiences, Magical Thinking and Ideas of Reference. The second component was composed of items assessing Social Anhedonia.
"If there is too much (dopamine), you begin to develop hallucinations and delusions, including delusional ideas of reference," Brugger says in an e-mail message.
6/2/43: A review of this patient's health record reveals that at recruit examination he was recognized as sufficiently abnormal to warrant trial-duty status, and that during this period, neuropsychiatric examination disclosed auditory hallucinations, ideas of reference and suicide, and a rambling, grandiose, philosophical manner.
The ideas of reference appointments and enhanced online reference services have been brought to the table for consideration.