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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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After making at least one complaint to CUES about the breach, CUES didn't hold up its end of the contract, BVS said in the court documents.
Mastery of the L-R sequence in the presence of the guiding cues was defined as at least 80 % accuracy in each session for five consecutive sessions, with no increasing or decreasing trends in accuracy.
8220;In addition to having earned the Certified Chief Executive designation by attending CEO Institute, Willy Kelsey was in the group of inductees recognized in the inaugural CUES Rising 100 program in 2006,” said Chuck Fagan, CUES' president/CEO.
Collecting data from face-to-face conversations with research participants where money was on the line, DeSteno and his team realized that it's not one single non-verbal movement or cue that determines a person's trustworthiness, but rather sets of cues.
of University of California, Los Angeles, and colleagues assessed changes in brain activation in response to smoking cues among 30 smokers who were randomly assigned to take either bupropion or placebo for eight weeks.
We assume that in the modified version of the cueing paradigm with real game stimuli, cues that precede information rich areas, the hip in 1-on-1 situations, for example, will lead to faster response times and decisions, respectively.
A traditional cue reactivity laboratory study of cannabis-dependent adolescent inpatients supports the role of chronic cannabis cues in increasing craving (Lundahl, Borden & Lukas 2001).
The authors instance the opening of The Tempest, where the repeated cues 'All lost .
The less popular theory--and the one supported by this study--claims that women have an advantage when it comes to interpreting facial expressions and body language displaying a variety of emotions, thus are more likely to ID cues for sexual interest accurately.
Also, answers should be found to how, and in which patients, cues improve movement.
All 48 children at the school who met the criteria for the intervention were introduced to tangible cues in various classroom and therapy activities, but only 25 were selected to participate in the study and received parental consent to have their results analyzed and reported in this study.
Taking cues From the "kinetic" design theme established within Ford's European design centers, the losis X Features complex surfacing treatment and minimal overhangs.