- Pressure ulcers result from numerous intrinsic and extrinsic factors.
- In short, it appears that it's due to extrinsic factors, rather than anything the province of Ontario itself did.
- The genetic integrity of organisms is constantly challenged by extrinsic and intrinsic factors.
- A prospective study would also be useful in assessing the intrinsic and extrinsic risk factors at play in short track speed skating.
- Migration to other countries is in any case not extrinsic to the formation of such a nationalism.
- This study therefore explores factors that are both extrinsic and intrinsic to news organization election coverage.
- Motivation can be intrinsic (from the student) and extrinsic (from external factors).
- Other workers have, however, tended to view the diversifications as resulting from a complex mix of intrinsic biological and extrinsic physical factors.
- He castigates prize judges for giving the top awards to books for reasons extrinsic to literature.
- Only bourgeois art, which has become autonomous in the face of demands of employment extrinsic to art, has taken up positions on behalf of the victims of bourgeois rationalization.
- At this juncture, I reassert that population change in a given area is conditioned by its intrinsic and extrinsic factors.
- Thus three-dimensionality was extrinsic to painting, which was essentially flat, in Greenberg's view.
- Because of its observational nature, our study cannot differentiate between intrinsic or extrinsic factors in the reduced reproductive success.
- It is unconditionally envisaged as homogeneous extension, extrinsic to the distributions which occupy it.
- Little is known about individual variation in repair rates or about intrinsic or extrinsic factors that modulate repair activity.
- The more precisely we understand how the machine works intrinsically, the better we can deduce the contribution of extrinsic factors.
- In the original conception of this study, motivators were dichotomized into intrinsic and extrinsic factors.
- Different extrinsic and intrinsic risk factors might be involved in the etiology of these injuries.
- To account for this consistency through transpositional evolutionary changes, both intrinsic and extrinsic factors can be evoked.
- Causes can include intrinsic factors, such as high seed set, or extrinsic factors, such as a loss of competitors or herbivores.