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free response n.

free response n.

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Predicting Drug-Free Treatment Response in Acute Psychosis From the Soteria Project

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Divergent Electrocardiographic Responses to Whole and Particle-Free Diesel Exhaust Inhalation in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats

Free Radicals: Key to Brain Aging and Heme Oxygenase as a Cellular Response to Oxidative Stress

Recent advances in observer performance methodology: jackknife free-response ROC (JAFROC)

Consumer Response to “Contains” and “Free of” Labeling: Evidence from Lab Experiments

Clinical relevance of the ROC and free-response paradigms for comparing imaging system efficacies

Road noise causes earlier predator detection and flight response in a free-ranging mammal

Just Harmful? A Response to Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen’s Born Free and Equal? A Philosophical Inquiry into the Nature of Discrimination

Response to Kricheli-Katz and Smilansky on Born Free and Equal? A Philosophical Inquiry into the Nature of Discrimination

Why Should We Compensate Organ Donors When We Can Continue to Take Organs for Free? A Response to Some of My Critics

Endotoxin Elicits a Febrile Response in Laboratory-Maintained but not Free-Living California Ground Squirrels

Changes in toxins, intracellular and dissolved free amino acids of the toxic dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum in response to changes in inorganic nutrients and salinity

Production and Risk Prevention Response of Free Range Chicken Producers in Viet Nam to Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Outbreaks

134PEFFECT OF HAEMATOLOGICAL ADVERSE EFFECTS OCCURING DURING CHEMOTHERAPY ON RESPONSE TO TREATMENT AND PROGRESSION FREE SURVIVAL IN ADVANCED NSCLC

 

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In psychometrics, a response to a test item that the respondent supplies without constraints, in contradistinction to a response that the respondent chooses from a set of alternatives. Compare forced-choice, multiple-choice, response category.

Subjects: Psychology.


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