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controlling aspect

Legal Aspects of Impulse Control Disorders

Public health aspects of weight control

Commentary: On ‘public health aspects of weight control’

Economic aspects of food-borne outbreaks and their control

Psychological Aspects of Childhood Obesity: A Controlled Study in a Clinical and Nonclinical Sample

Costs of separating budgetary policy from control of inflation: a neglected aspect of central bank independence

Cerebral control of motor aspects of speech production: neurophysiological and functional imaging data

Why can’t I control my brain? Aspects of conscious experience

Legal Aspects of Arms Control Measures Concerning the Missile Carrying Submarines and Anti-Submarine Warfare*

C. Stein (editor), Opioids in Pain Control—Basic and Clinical Aspects


Epidemiologic Aspects of Gallbladder Cancer: A Case-Control Study of the SEARCH Program of the International Agency for Research on Cancer

Phospho-epitope binding by the BRCT domains of hPTIP controls multiple aspects of the cellular response to DNA damage

A randomized controlled trial of a cognitive behavioural patient education intervention vs a traditional information leaflet to address the cardiovascular aspects of rheumatoid disease

Case–Control Study on Renal Cell Cancer and Occupational Exposure to Trichloroethylene. Part II: Epidemiological Aspects

Qualitative aspects of diet affecting visceral and subcutaneous abdominal adipose tissue: a systematic review of observational and controlled intervention studies

Perspective— Evolutionary Aspects of Motor Control and Coordination: The Central Pattern Generators in the Crustacean Stomatogastric and Swimmeret Systems

Commentary: Obesity is not a newly recognized public health problem—a commentary of Breslow's 1952 paper on ‘public health aspects of weight control’


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The extent to which extrinsic rewards affect an athlete's perception of what controls his or her behaviour; it is an important component of cognitive evaluation theory. Rewards that encourage athletes to attribute their participation to external causes can reduce internal motivation. Compare information aspect.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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