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AcronymDefinition
LOCUSLevel of Care Utilization System (mental illness)
LOCUSLogic for Concurrency and Synchronisation (book)
LOCUSLaboratory for Ocean Color Users
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As shown in Table 1, while in the 5-9 years group (CG n = 63 + MG n = 16) the attachment variable explained more the locus of control (10.2%, r = -.319), in the 10-14 years age group (CG n = 37 + MG n = 44) the maltreatment variable significantly explained the locus of control dependent variable (35%, r =.59).
Work locus of control represents the extent to which people attribute rewards, reinforcements or outcomes at work to their own behavior [26].
"Companies like Locus AG are solving real problems facing this most critical of sectors and have great relevance to buyers, investors and partners."
The entire Telrite family is excited to work with Locus' management, employees, and distributors to continue providing best-in-class service to customers, said Reggie McFarland, Chief Executive Officer at Telrite.
Questionnaires consist of: Socio-demographic items and multiple health locus of control questionnaire.
This study is among the first to link the prenatal locus of control of parents to the maths and science abilities of their offspring years later.
has announced an agreement to purchase Locus Telecommunications and H20 Wireless, the company said.
Locus Telecommunications and its 200 employees along with its distributors will continue operating as they currently are.
H20 Wireless, a Locus Telecommunications brand, offers no-contract wireless services.
Efficient genotyping resulted in a total of 109 alleles for the 10 polymorphic loci, with the allele size ranging from 126 to 295 bp, and the average number of alleles per locus was 10.9 (Table 1).
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