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volition

Philosophy an act of will as distinguished from the physical movement it intends to bring about
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Mean, maximum, and minimum trunk angles from the first thirty seconds of the graded exercise test (beginning) were compared to the final thirty seconds prior to volitional fatigue (end), both within and between cycling conditions.
usually affect an individual's cognitive or volitional capacities
To borrow an analogy from engineering, the emotional pathway is the "generator" of affect, whereas the volitional pathway is the "governor" of affect.
Subsequent to Netcom, numerous federal Courts of Appeals and District Courts adopted the standard that direct liability requires volitional conduct.
The process of volitional development, originally based on Reilly's examination of the emergence of play behavior (1974) and Kielhofner's concept of the continuum of occupational change (2008), is viewed as a continuum (Basu et al.
10) reported that the frequency of volitional voiding in patients with protected TPS in the first 72 hours after SCI was more than that in patients without TPS, and this finding might be predictive of volitional voiding.
Out of the 10 people who underwent surgical fixation 4 had volitional voiding compared to none managed conservatively.
The LITT consisted of bouts of maximal hitting of tennis balls of 4 min duration with 40 sec seated recovery between bouts until volitional fatigue.
Coverage includes clarification of the terminology, the volitional and cognitive components of intent in relation to conduct and to consequences, other forms of culpability, and mistake of fact and of law in the Rome Statute.
As a better candidate for the title of "God," he proposes a morally perfect agent who seeks to share this moral perfection with human beings through a gracious process of redemption that demands (but does not coerce) their volitional cooperation even in the midst of suffering (6).
Lawyers claim that the outcome is that the baby was left suering "spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy with very little volitional movement".
Friluftsliv as a Nature Related Conceptualization of Lifestyle, On the Professional Success of Teachers--Optimistic Considerations, Readiness to Resist and its Relationship With Creativity, Volitional Control vs.