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cue

1. (in the theatre, films, music, etc.) anything spoken or done that serves as a signal to an actor, musician, etc., to follow with specific lines or action
2. Psychol the part of any sensory pattern that is identified as the signal for a response
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The CUE National Conference is the largest and oldest education technology conference in California and among the largest in the United States with more than 6,000 teachers and administrators attending annually.
Led by Andrew and Walter Kortschak, End Cue was formerly known as Audax Films.
At this time, Cue works in partnership with PCH International, a manufacturing solutions company, to launch mass production by mid-2015.
The theory follows that the presence of the feature-positive lights will prevent control by the other discriminative stimuli that are present, such as practice cues from repeating the same L-R sequence.
Editor's Note: "We created Cue as a tool for people who are interested in connecting with their health in a much more direct, intuitive, and powerful way than ever before," says Ayub Khattak, Cue founder and CEO.
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Using a robot named Nexi, Northeastern University psychology professor David DeSteno and collaborators Cynthia Breazeal from MIT's Media Lab and Robert Frank and David Pizarro from Cornell University have figured out the answer - observing a person's non-verbal cues.
Smokers were still smoking during the medication regimen to explicitly examine varenicline effects on cue reactivity independent of withdrawal, which also affects brain activity.
The 34-year-old has been given the coloured cue by his sponsors Premier Inn and has been using it in the run-up to the tournament, which starts on Sunday.
These six cueing conditions were local cues (32 x 30 pixel), medium cues (80 x 75 pixel), global cues (160 x 150 pixel), big cues (480 x 320), distractor cues (32 x 30 pixel, in the four corners of the display), and a control condition (no cue condition).
Laboratory-based cue exposure is the most common method used to assess craving and reactivity to drug cues.