use predisposition in a sentence.
That would assume people are aware of their predispositions on a general basis.
Libertarian leanings and predisposition towards compliance with authority?
The question then is then: is it a genetic predisposition or is it more behaviorally learnt?
Genetic predisposition to pack living and altruism in service of sexual reproduction of genes.
So men's weakness is a predisposition towards violence and irrational behavior, and women's weakness is...
Thanks for introducing me to alternatives; I am of the same predisposition but had not heard of Moria/Angband.
Here's my reverse causality analysis: perhaps it's that those predispositionally disposed towards happiness -- optimistic, for example -- tend to go to college more often (and finish) than unhappy people.
I'll bet genetic predispositions have a lot to do with these statistics.
For one, it exposes a heavy-hand predisposition makes me worry that a bug in my program might result in a visit from police.
I'm wondering if somehow our predisposition to think logarithmically is related to Benford's law - .
That's not how insurance works now; if you already have insurance for your family, they don't render family members ineligible for therapy based on evidence of predisposition to illness.
And as of 2014, regardless of the nature of the evidence, insurance companies will no longer be allowed to exclude customers based on predisposition to illness or preexisting conditions.
Restore Scientific Integrity to the White House: Restore the basic principle that government decisions should be based on the best-available, scientifically-valid evidence and not on ideological predispositions.
That probably has much more to do with a specialized part of the bran that provides an intensive face processing and retrieval mechanism than it does with some fully generalized predisposition.
I think some people do have predispositions toward certain classes of activity, but I think the message is right on: you get good by working, and working, and working.
I see your point - however I still think that the company's predisposition is too important to be left out.
I'm intrigued by the 'non-responder' genetic predisposition: does this mean that no matter what form of exercise he does, and no matter how much, his fitness will NEVER improve?!