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  • adj. Not anonymous.


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non- +‎ anonymous


  • Dealing with such people, as well as being influenced by their norms also tears down the social skills of the nonanonymous, as does the distant, unreal nature of web communication.

    Has the Internet Helped the Socially Awkward?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Significant reciprocity of evaluations between the leader and the led occurred in the nonanonymous but not the anonymous condition Haeggberg & Chen, 2000.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • By nonanonymous, at 9/20/2006 03:39:00 AM wow! tt's pretty amazing. have a great trip & I hope you discover lots of amazing dishes out in europe too :


  • By designing a nonanonymous, alternating multiround game, trust became bidirectional, and we were able to quantify partnership building and maintenance.

    Smart Economy

  • As a member of the nonanonymous blogosphere world, I'm not big on such memoirs, especially those written by politicians or other noted figures in their prime.

    Blog updates

  • The extent to which subordinates’ favorable or unfavorable ratings were reciprocated by superiors was examined in anonymous and nonanonymous conditions for 241 teams of female undergraduates in groups of six with an assigned leader.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

  • Cathy and Neal aren’t lawyers, economists, or political scientists like the rest of the (nonanonymous) Conspirators — Cathy is a journalist and Neal is a linguist — so their posts may be somewhat different from our norm (if we have a norm); I hope you enjoy their work as much as Ido.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Guest-bloggers:


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