PLOC


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PLOCPeripheral Location
PLOCPersistent Lines of Code
PLOCPerceived Locus of Causality
PLOCPurchase Line Of Credit
PLOCProlonged Loss of Communication (aviation)
PLOCPretending to Laugh out of Courtesy
PLOCPetroleum Leadership and Outlook Conference
PLOCProbability of Loss of Control (flight safety)
PLOCPittsburgh Local Organizing Committee
PLOCPlanning Leading Organizing Controlling
PLOCPhysical Line of Code (computer programming)
PLOCProtective Level of Care
PLOCProgrammable Lab on A Chip
PLOCPukekohe Light Opera Club, Inc. (Pukekohe, South Auckland, New Zealand)
PLOCPacific LandWarNet Operations Center (US Navy)
PLOCPrimary Local Exchange Carrier
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The PLOC (Campis et ah, 1986), PSOC (Gibaud-Wallston & Wandersman, 1978), Cleminshaw-Guidubaldi parent satisfaction scale (Guidubaldi & Cleminshaw, 1985), the child behavior checklist (Achenbach & Edelbrock, 1983), and the CFQ (Johnson & Birch, 1994) were all cited multiple times in articles and have been applied to many topics in parenting.
In the PLOC, the lowest score appeared in Amotivation, being the highest identified regulation.
In order to maximize parsimony in the hypothesised model and to minimize the number of constructs in subsequent analyses, we calculated a relative autonomy index (RAI) from the PLOC components in both contexts, as recommended by other researchers (Guay et al., 2003).
I use the following abbreviations throughout the article: 1 first person singular 2 second person singular 3 third person singular 4 first person plural A ergative cross-reference ANT antipassive suffix APL applicative suffix ASP aspect prefix B absolutive cross-reference CL classifier COMP completive aspect EMP emphatic particle EXC exclamation particle FAM familiar particle IMP imperative INC incompletive aspect INSTR instrumental suffix NEG negation particle NOM nominalization suffix PASS passive suffix PLOC locative focus particle POSS possessive relational noun POT potential particle Qy/n yes/no question particle ST status suffix T tense V vowel VTD derived transitive verb status suffix
Both time variables (FY00, FY01) were significant, as were the primary direct mail piece (DmailP), the secondary direct mail piece (DmailS), national advertising (Nat), local cooperative advertising (Loc), primary direct mail and national advertising (PNat), primary direct mail and local cooperative advertising (PLoc).
One of the key concepts of the SDT is perceived locus of causality (PLOC) that reflects individual's quality of motivation toward specific behavior in a specific context (Ryan and Connell, 1989).
We utilized a version of the Perceived Locus of Causality (PLOC; Goudas, Biddle, & Fox, 1994) that was translated into Spanish and validated for use in Physical Education by Moreno, Gonzalez-Cutre, and Chillon (2009).
Participaron 399 alumnos con edades comprendidas entre los 14 y 16 anos, que respondieron a la Escala del Apoyo a la Autonomia Percibido en Contextos de Ejercicio (PASSES), la Escala de Metas Sociales en Educacion Fisica (EMSEF), el factor <<relacion>> de la Escala de las Necesidades Psicologicas Basicas en el Ejercicio (BPNES) adaptada a la educacion fisica, y el factor <<desmotivacion>> de la Escala del Locus Percibido de Causalidad (PLOC).
Let PLOC = {[ploc.sub.1], ..., [ploc.sub.n]} be a set of physical locations, where [ploc.sub.i] (1 [greater than or equal to] i [less than or equal to] n) is a specific physical location, such as a 50 x 50 unit square area.
The adapted Spanish version (Moreno et al., 2009) of the Perceived Locus of Causality (PLOC) Scale (Goudas, Biddle, & Fox, 1994) was administered.