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Individual-level Context: Risk Factors For Joining Gangs

PERCEPTIONS OF AGING IN CONTEXT: SOCIAL AND CULTURAL FACTORS

Adolescent Parenting: Risk and Protective Factors in the Context of Poverty

Factors associated with suicidal ideation: the role of context

Childhood Cancer in Context: Sociodemographic Factors, Stress, and Psychological Distress Among Mothers and Children

Co-regulation in embryonic stem cells via context-dependent binding of transcription factors

Context-dependent DNA recognition code for C2H2 zinc-finger transcription factors

Variation in test ordering behaviour of GPs: professional or context-related factors?

Invited Commentary: Fundamental Causes, Social Context, and Modifiable Risk Factors in the Racial/Ethnic Inequalities in Blood Pressure and Hypertension

Incidence, risk factors and clinical implications of venous thromboembolism in cancer patients treated within the context of phase I studies: the ‘SENDO experience’

Butterfly larval host plant use in a tropical urban context: Life history associations, herbivory, and landscape factors

Multiple Contributory Factors to the Age Distribution of Disease Cases: A Modeling Study in the Context of Influenza A(H3N2v)

Health Risk Behaviours of Foreign-Born Adolescents in Singapore: Exploration of Risk Factors in an Asian Context

Discover context-specific combinatorial transcription factor interactions by integrating diverse ChIP-Seq data sets

Examination of an inverted repeat within the F factor origin of transfer: context dependence of F TraI relaxase DNA specificity

Is the in-Frame Termination Signal of the Escherichia Coli Release Factor-2 Frameshift Site Weakened by a Particularly Poor Context?

Positive Selection during the Evolution of the Blood Coagulation Factors in the Context of Their Disease-Causing Mutations

 

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In models of communication or persuasion, specific variables associated with a specific context of reception that research has identified as among those that can affect the effectiveness of the message. Where and in what circumstances is the message likely to be received, and how might this impact on its effectiveness? See also Yale model.

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