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1 Decision-making is often handled in an anti-authoritarian way, with everyone having equal say in each decision, an approach known as horizontalism.
2 The decision-making process of small anarchist affinity groups plays a significant tactical role.
3 Emotional disturbance (e.g. pseudobulbar affect) and cognitive and behavioural changes (e.g. problems in word fluency, decision-making, and memory) are also seen.
4 In a decision context, unpredictability or uncertainty may trigger emotional responses in anxious individuals that systematically alter decision-making.
5 Under its New Model of Development, USAID seeks to eradicate extreme poverty through the use of innovation in science and technology, by putting a greater emphasis on evidence based decision-making, and through leveraging the ingenuity of the private sector and global citizens.
6 Only 29 of the 54 parties to the agreements have the right to participate in decision-making at these meetings, though the other 25 are still allowed to attend.
7 The decision-making participants are the Consultative Parties and, in addition to the 12 original signatories, include 17 countries that have demonstrated their interest in Antarctica by carrying out substantial scientific activity there.
8 This system has been criticized over the last few decades for the slow pace of decision-making.
9 Older people with bipolar disorder suffer cognitive changes, particularly in executive functions such as abstract thinking and switching cognitive sets, as well as concentrating for long periods and decision-making.
10 Artificial intelligence aims to synthesize goal-orientated processes such as problem-solving, decision-making, environmental adaptation, motion planning, learning, and communication found in humans and animals.
11 In a capitalist market economy, decision-making and investments are determined by every owner of wealth, property or production ability in capital and financial markets whereas prices and the distribution of goods and services are mainly determined by competition in goods and services markets.
12 Midwives and doctors use the extent of the dilation of the cervix to assist decision-making during childbirth.
13 A meta-analysis of research literature by Jost, Glaser, Kruglanski, and Sulloway in 2003 found that many factors, such as intolerance of ambiguity and need for cognitive closure, contribute to the degree of one's political conservatism and its manifestations in decision-making.
14 Before the "Practice Is the Sole Criterion for the Truth [zh]" campaign, the relationship between ideology and decision-making was a deductive one, meaning that policy-making was derived from ideological knowledge.
15 Under Deng this relationship was turned upside down, with decision-making justifying ideology and not the other way around.
16 The relationship between ideology and decision-making was at best ambivalent;
17 Slogans and theoretical works about democratic mass participation and collective decision-making were now replaced with texts which supported authoritarian management.
18 According to CPC researcher Xiao Guisen, Stalin's policies led to "stunted economic growth, tight surveillance of society, a lack of democracy in decision-making, an absence of the rule of law, the burden of bureaucracy, the CPSU's alienation from people's concerns, and an accumulation of ethnic tensions".
19 The level of centralization or decentralization in decision-making and participation depends on the specific type of planning mechanism employed.
20 The 1970 Chilean distributed decision support system Project Cybersyn was pioneered by Salvador Allende's socialist government in an attempt to move towards a decentralised planned economy with the experimental viable system model of computed organisational structure of autonomous operative units though an algedonic feedback setting and bottom-up participative decision-making in the form of participative democracy by the Cyberfolk component.
21 The further distinction of an administrative-command system emerged as a more accurate designation for the economic system that existed in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc, highlighting the role of centralized hierarchical decision-making in the absence of popular control over the economy.
22 This form of economic planning implies some process of democratic and participatory decision-making within the economy and within firms itself in the form of industrial democracy.
23 Economist Pat Devine has created a model of decentralized economic planning called "negotiated coordination" which is based upon social ownership of the means of production by those affected by the use of the assets involved, with the allocation of consumer and capital goods made through a participatory form of decision-making by those at the most localized level of production.
24 The modern movement of evidence-based dentistry calls for the use of high-quality scientific evidence to guide decision-making.
25 There is a movement in modern dentistry to place a greater emphasis on high-quality scientific evidence in decision-making.
26 adopt a 'One Health' approach to decision-making that recognizes complex interconnections among the health of people, animals, plants, and our shared environment;
27 Although he intended Tin Machine to operate as a democracy, Bowie dominated, both in songwriting and in decision-making.
28 Public sector ethics is a set of principles that guide public officials in their service to their constituents, including their decision-making on behalf of their constituents.
29 Respect for autonomy is the principle that decision-making should allow individuals to be autonomous;
30 Voting, she wrote, provided an illusion of participation while masking the true structures of decision-making.