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Type IIb fibers refer to fibers that have a relatively small number of mitochondria, a limited capacity for aerobic metabolism, and are less resistant to Fatigue than slow fibers.

Typical-answer approach refers to a method of scoring interview answers that compares an applicant"s answer with benchmark

Typicality effect refers to the phenomenon in which experimental subjects are faster to respond to typical instances of a concept, for example, robin for the concept "bird” , than the

Tyranny of the shoulds is an attempt to realize an unattainable idealized self-image by denying the true Self and behaving in terms of what we think we "should" be doing.

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