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associate

[ə′sō·sē‚āt]
(psychology)
An item or event that is linked to another in the mind of an individual.

Associate

Closely connected as in function or office, but having secondary or subordinate status; an architect who has an arrangement with another architect to collaborate in the performance of service for a project, or a series of projects.

associate

In an architectural firm, a member of an architect’s staff who has a special employment agreement.
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In current terms, moral sentiments could be said to function as a type of unconditioned reflex, implying that at Jozefow a victim's expressions of pain elicited in the policemen an instinctive, empathic response of distress that was potentially associable with environmental stimuli through classical conditioning.
4) The conscious state that is being experienced is selective; that is, it is differentiated from an infinite number of alternative, potentially associable sensory, imagistic, emotional, intellectual, ethical qualities that could have been included; 5) it is informative: "the occurrence of a given conscious state among billions of others represents information, in the fundamental sense of reducing uncertainty among a large number of choices; 6) and for this reason the awareness produced by consciousness can lead to a large number of behavioral outcomes.
Ce projet n'est pas associable au style post-moderne ou neo en design.
The uncharacteristic repetitiveness of the two lines, made particularly apparent in the regularity of modern printing, suggests a mechanical or systematic regularity associable with the manufactured reproductions of factories in which, the speaker hopes, the old man will never be "a captive" (173).
Without some way to insure that the manifold itself is associable in the ways we empirically associate representations, it would be merely accidental if it turned out to be the case that our connections of appearances were also objectively real.

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