frequency scale

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frequency scale

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The frequency of neuropsychological complaints and their relationship to the MMPIA clinical scales

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Complexity and Scaling of Frequency Plateaus in Chains of Coupled Nonlinear Oscillators

Complexity and Scaling of Frequency Plateaus in Chains of Coupled Nonlinear Oscillators

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Development of micro-scale frequency distributions of plankton for inclusion in foraging models of larval fish, results from a Video Plankton Recorder

Sub-parsec-scale dynamics of a dusty gas disc exposed to anisotropic AGN radiation with frequency-dependent radiative transfer

The First Murchison Widefield Array low-frequency radio observations of cluster scale non-thermal emission: the case of Abell 3667

Life in the Frequency Domain: the Biological Impacts of Changes in Climate Variability at Multiple Time Scales

Early Development of Spatial Patterns of Power-Law Frequency Scaling in fMRI Resting-State and EEG Data in the Newborn Brain

Global sequence characterization of rice centromeric satellite based on oligomer frequency analysis in large-scale sequencing data


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A scale, often used in questionnaires. to measure behaviours or cognitions. The respondent circles the appropriate number indicating the frequency of a particular variable, and this number is used in the analysis of the results.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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