cerebration


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cerebration

[ser·ə′brā·shən]
(psychology)
The act or process of using the mind; thinking.
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It is the second time the event has been held in Tokyo, and this year the Hawaiian bureau organized the cerebration in 23 cities around the world.
Hitting most certainly requires a lot of cerebration and mental preparedness, but it is not going to make a hitter out of anyone who doesn't have some natural ability and a good work ethic.
however much their cerebration sometimes keeps them anaesthetized to the
In May, activists protesting Oslo's continued defiance of the international ban on commercial whaling disrupted San Francisco's annual Norway Day cerebration.
By the time of Pure Lust and the Intergalactic Wickedary I had begun to think that "ludic cerebration," to be cerebral enough (and even ludic enough) might need some self-critical element.
In his latest volume, "Lovely Malcolmia," with the same gift for visual description, observation of human beings, and sensitivity to both cerebration and conversation that inform his earlier works, the old master has written a book which, surprisingly, contains some of the most erotic artistry to be found in Israeli literature.
Perhaps the cerebration induced by a blanket challenge may still enable us to grasp our opportunity.
But that is, in part, because theory through story does convey, with a complexity that theoretical cerebration cannot, the layered experience simultaneously of absolute membership in an imagined community and of other affiliations transecting that identity.
The prefrontal region provides added cortical space for cerebration to occur and assists the thalamus and hypothalamus with certain autonomic functions (respirations, gastrointestinal activity and blood pressure).
Its gentle stimulant action on respiration, digestion, respiration, urination, cerebration and other human physiological processes often gave signal relief in cases when ailments occurred here.
He invokes this multitudinous bestiary, however, for a definite purpose: to underscore the artist's necessary but problematic trust in feral instinct and his related bestial distrust of too much cerebration.
ZEMURON has no known effect on consciousness, pain threshold, or cerebration.