group identification

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group identification

group identification

group identification

group identification

Identification of Treatment Groups

Identification of moving groups and member selection using Hipparcos data★

Identification of a Highly Encapsulated, Genetically Related Group of Invasive Type III Group B Streptococci

Identification of genomic groups in the genus Stenotrophomonas using gyrB RFLP analysis

Identification of risk factors for an electric storm in the group of ICD patients

Identification of the anginosus group within the genus Streptococcus using polymerase chain reaction

Microsatellite Isolation and Linkage Group Identification in the Yellow Fever Mosquito Aedes aegypti

Detection and Identification of Spotted Fever Group Rickettsiae in Dermacentor Species from Southern California

Identification of important regressor groups, subgroups and individuals via regularization methods: application to gut microbiome data

Social categorisation and group identification: how African-Americans shape their collective identity through consumption

Identification of Socioeconomic Groups at Increased Risk for Smoking in European Countries: Looking Beyond Educational Level

Refining seismic structure models by the systematic phase identification of late-arriving groups

Identification of associations between genotypes and longitudinal phenotypes via temporally-constrained group sparse canonical correlation analysis

Efficient Ring Signature and Group Signature Schemes Based on q-ary Identification Protocols

Rapid identification of the species of the Bacteroides fragilis group by multiplex PCR assays using group- and species-specific primers


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In social psychology, an individual's sense of belonging to a particular social, cultural, or subcultural group. Social identity theory focuses on the contribution of group membership to the self-concept. The American sociologist Robert E. Park (1864–1944) proposed that a universal preference for the familiar and for those who are perceived as being like oneself underlies group identification. In-group identification is associated with ethnocentrism. See alsoprimary and secondary groups; reference group.

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