LEISSLow-Energy Ion-Scattering Spectroscopy
LEISSLaw Enforcement Investigative Support System (Delaware)
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[20.] Boal W.L., Leiss J.K., Ratcliffe J.M., Sousa S., Lyden J.T., Jagger J.: The national study to prevent blood exposure in paramedics: Rates of exposure to blood.
[2] Larsson, M., Leiss, A., Bhattacharya, P., Jacks, G.
(2.) Beinhardt S., Leiss W., Stattermayer A.F., Graziadei I., Zoller H., Stauber R., Maieron A., Datz C., Steindl-Munda P., Hofer H., et al.
With close reference to interpretation of meaning in printed advertisements, Leiss et al (1990: 201-202) argue:
In addition to heavier vehicles, higher-priced luxury cars offer the most protection to the passengers riding inside them, according to Pete Leiss, head of the crash practice at Lancaster, Pa.-based Robson Forensic.
Since the mid-1980s, there has been a shift in crisis communication from a role emphasizing persuasiveness of message to one representing an awareness of public distrust and a need to convey what is often complex information from a position of credibility (Leiss, 1996).
Best man was Michael Anthony Leiss of Chesterton, Indiana.
Cross-sectional findings suggest that one of TPB's constructs, perceived behavioral control, was a particularly strong predictor of recycling behavior (Chase et al., 2009; Chu & Chui, 2003; Kelly, Mason, Leiss, & Ganesh, 2006; Largo-Wight et al., 2012; Terry, Hogg, & White, 1999; Valle et al., 2005).