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The Clinical Translation of a Measure of Gain Control: The Contrast-Contrast Effect Task

Preventive effect of nebivolol on contrast-induced nephropathy in rats

The Effect of Global Contrast Distribution on Colour Appearance

Analysis of regional wall motion during contrast-enhanced dobutamine stress echocardiography: effect of contrast imaging settings

Effect of haemodialysis after contrast medium administration in patients with renal insufficiency.

Mate detection in a territorial butterfly—the effect of background and luminance contrast

NI-65DIFFERENTIATING RADIATION EFFECT AND NECROSIS FROM GLIOBLASTOMA WITH DYNAMIC SUSCEPTIBILITY CONTRAST (DSC) MRI

Commentary: contrast-induced nephropathy and long-term adverse events: cause and effect?

Effect of iodinated contrast agents on residual renal function in PD patients

N-acetylcysteine reduces urinary albumin excretion following contrast administration: evidence of biological effect

MEASURING THE THIRD-PERSON EFFECT OF NEWS: THE IMPACT OF QUESTION ORDER, CONTRAST AND KNOWLEDGE

Early wound reactions of Japanese maple during winter dormancy: the effect of two contrasting temperature regimes

Effect of variation in self-incompatibility on pollen limitation and inbreeding depression in Flourensia cernua (Asteraceae) scrubs of contrasting density

Effect of 3D Nitrogen, Dry Mass per Area and Local Irradiance on Canopy Photosynthesis Within Leaves of Contrasted Heterogeneous Maize Crops

Effect of radio contrast media on residual renal function in peritoneal dialysis patients—a prospective study

Central and peripheral fat mass have contrasting effect on the progression of aortic calcification in postmenopausal women

489 Effect of cardiac resynchronization therapy on left atrial spontaneous echo contrast, left atrial reverse remodeling and left atrial total emptying fraction

Effect of contrast application on interpretability and diagnostic value of dobutamine stress echocardiography in patients with intermediate coronary lesions: comparison with myocardial fractional flow reserve

 

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People have a tendency to judge a person not in isolation but in comparison to others. In some instances, this highlights the contrast between people and our judgements are formed not by the qualities that each person possesses but by their differences from each other. In particular, this contrast effect can arise in employee selection and occurs when selectors compare candidates against one another rather than with the person specification for the vacancy that is to be filled. [See perceptual bias.]

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