2 Parametrization of SDRB's by Two-Parameter Collective Rotational Formula
Experimentally, for SDRB's, the gamma-ray transition energies are the only spectroscopic information universally available.
The SDRB's [sup.192]Hg(SD1), [sup.194]Hg(SD1), [sup.194]Hg(SD2), [sup.194]Pb(SD1) and 196Pb(SD1) in A ~ 190 mass region are considered.
The resulting best parameters A,B of the model and the values of the lowest bandhead spins [I.sub.0] and the bandhead moment of inertia [J.sub.0] for our selected SDRB's are listed in Table (3).
We studied in a simple version of two parameters collective model the five SDRB's [sup.192]Hg(SD1), [sup.194]Hg(SD1,SD2), [sup.194]Pb(SD1) and [sup.196]Pb(SD1) in the mass region 190.
As noted earlier, the questions were asked in the "you" and "your colleagues" form to identify whether social desirability bias (SDRB) was present in the responses from each country and, if so, whether it differed among the countries.
(1995, 1996), SDRB was measured by the difference between the mean responses to the "you" and "your colleagues" questions.
(13) Social desirability response bias (SDRB) refers to the desire, at either a conscious or unconscious level, to give a particular picture of oneself by the way in which one responds to questionnaire items (Watkins and Cheung 1995, 490).