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The signature Bar at NEGC which has retained its character since the colonial days stocks a wide range of wines and spirits and many a story relating to golf or otherwise is shared in this cosy atmosphere and whilst enjoying a break from the bustle of regular busy life.
"We have a well-earned reputation as one of the friendliest clubs in the country and our aim is to provide an experience that exceeds expectations, both on and off the golf course" said NEGC Captain, Priyanga Hapugalle.
Kumar Sangakkara who joined the NEGC membership recently and a very keen golfer himself, also endorsed the initiative.
The President of NEGC also thanked Dialog Enterprise for continuing to be the principle sponsor of NEGC and contributing immensely towards its progress and especially the Junior Golf Academy
Two from the NegC group reached the criterion for the baseline and symmetry relations, but only one reached the criterion for the combined symmetry and transitivity relations as well.
The results of the NegC group are summarized in Table 4.
The between-subjects factor was group (with three levels: PosC, ZeroC, and NegC), while relation served as the within-subjects factor (with three levels: baseline, symmetry, and combined symmetry and transitivity).
Since participants from the ZeroC and NegC groups in the present experiment were exposed to the second stimulus of the pairs a greater number of times than the subjects in the PosC group, it could be supposed that an analogous effect is playing a role here.
Since participants from the ZeroC and NegC groups were more exposed to the stimuli than participants in the PosC group, it could be assumed that their level of habituation was greater, resulting in a lower performance during testing.
Analysis of Performance in the ZeroC and NegC Groups