As this study is the first to use the MHLS with a clerical sample, we compared the results with those of O’Connor and Casey’s (2015) pilot studies.
Even with evidence of strong internal reliability and validity findings, the MHLS is a new measure, making cross-validation currently impossible.
(386) The Mental Hygiene Legal Service (“MHLS“) sued in its agency capacity in federal court challenging certain provisions of article 10 as facially unconstitutional.
instituted a policy in [OMH] hospitals requiring a defendant to be discharged within 72 hours following remand by the criminal court unless the defendant meets the criteria for either a voluntary or an involuntary admission to the hospital pursuant to article 9 of the [Mental Hygiene Law (“MHL“)].
Correction factors describing temperature effects on MHLs (TEM; measured as a fraction) were derived assuming that TEM increased continually in logarithmic relation with seawater temperature according to [Q.sub.10] values of 2.10 and 1.96 established in Mytilus edulis (Bayne & Newell 1983) and Crassostrea gigas (Bougrier et al 1995), respectively.
Calorimetric measures have established that heat losses of feeding and growth in excess of maintenance heat losses (MHL; measured in Joules per day) under conditions of 0 net energy balance increase in linear relation with energy absorption (Hawkins et al 1989, Widdows & Hawkins 1989).