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controlling aspect

Psychological Aspects of Tobacco Control

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

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

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

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

92A CASE CONTROL STUDY OF CARDIOVASCULAR ASPECTS OF FALLS IN URBAN OLDER POPULATION IN MALAYSIA

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

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

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

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

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

Implementation of the European protocol for quality control of the technical aspects of mammography screening in Bulgaria

Global quality control perspective for the physical and technical aspects of screen-film mammography—image quality and radiation dose

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

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

 

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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.

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