Access to a word in the mental lexicon is dependent on the way (and if) it is represented there, as may be understood by perspectives on expectedness
of matches between stimuli and data in the mind (Hawkins and Blakeslee 2004; Plag and Baayen 2009).
The Women's Midlife Transitions Survey, developed for this study, provided information on the timeliness, expectedness
, and impact of common midlife transitions.
The "normative expectedness
" (Menaghan, as cited in Seltzer & Ryff, 1994, p.
That is, what is meaningful in event conceptualizations such as transitivity valences, aspectual characteristics, degree of control over an event occurrence, the expectedness
Recently, the term joint has begun to assume a broader common definition and an air of expectedness
The analyses of the determinants of discussion controlled for nearly all the antecedent, intermediate and immediate variables; we excluded, however, the timing of a visit to a service provider and the expectedness
of first intercourse because of multicollinearity.
The combination of criteria such as frequency and expectedness
of a mining result can help to this end.
This Article adopts the view that foreseeability is not absolute, but is nonetheless objective and certainly hinges on the expectedness
of the occurrence, in this case, the expectedness
of Y2K difficulties.
It is therefore hardly surprising that organizations seeking more flexible structures often encounter considerable worker resistance." We may find that many of the battles and contests about the shape of our future-to come will start to play themselves out within the organizational frameworks that impose a level of order, structure and expectedness
on our day to day dealings with others.
If congruency is expectedness
, then expected advertising in this research is the most effective; advertising that is not expected is least effective.
The assassination, less than six months after Rathenau's appointment, was shocking both in its brutality and in its expectedness
. Albert Einstein was stunned.