adaptation level

adaptation level

[‚a‚dap′tā·shən ‚lev·əl]
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To determine the most effective illuminance levels you have to consider many more parameters, such as the age and visual acuity of viewers, the size and contrast of the task, the visual surround, the observer's adaptation level, the position in space that the light sources have with the viewer and task, and the subtractive effect of direct and indirect glare from the light sources.
In this respect, the adaptation levels of the counterpart managers in comparison appear to become effective reference points that should be considered as an adaptation level that should be reached by expatriates.
Figure 3: Continuum of Implementation No Implementation/Rejection Token Implementation Mistaken Implementation Direct Implementation Adaptation Level I: Tinkering Adaptation Level II: Crafting and Jiggering
It also may help explain why the same teacher might demonstrate Adaptation Level I on one day and Token Implementation on another--competing and conflicting loyalties result in varying levels of implementation.
2]), which may also raise the adaptation level and increase the exponent.
It is not possible to determine whether the exponents in Experiment 2 were (at least numerically) slightly larger than in Experiment 1 due to slight differences in adaptation level or just natural variation.
Helson's Adaptation Level Theory (Helson, 1947; Helson, Michels, & Sturgeon, 1954) proposed that the experience of a current stimulus is influenced by running averages of recent stimuli.
The peak of the fitness landscape corresponds to the high adaptation level of genotype and the valley of fitness landscape corresponds to a low adaptation level.
K = 0, the member depends on it own mutation to change its adaptation capacity to different tasks in order to improve the whole integrity's adaptation level.
Arguably, the adaptation level of counselors-in-training may be the single most important determinant of their ability to successfully enhance their readiness and self efficacy.
A critical assumption of prospect theory is that the reference point, which helps govern the riskiness of choice behavior, is modeled after Helson's (1964) adaptation level notion.
Among the students in the three levels, 1,400 have special needs students and the ministry has been keen on integrating them within the school community to boost their adaptation levels.
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