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directionality

The ability to perceive one's position in relation to the environment; the sense of direction. Problems with directionality are frequently found in children with learning disabilities or suspected minimal brain dysfunction.
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Some studies have already investigated several aspects of the translation process that may indicate the potential influence of directionality on the translation task.
05, one could argue that the arrow-prime group might be more sensitive than the line-prime group to the directionality as well as to the orientation of spatial primes.
2009), but this is the first study to quantify the directionality of fall migration in this species using large-scale recapture data.
Moreover, combining turning and burnishing in the opposite direction, it is possible to eliminate the directionality roughness pattern on turning parts.
In privileging the depth of the lived over its breadth and height, Merleau-Ponty envisages a completely new (as compared with Heidegger's) treatment of the original directionality of meaning constitution.
However, such distinctions only seem to be made after the expression of configuration and directionality (Creissels 2009).
The additional point about controlled directionality may appear at first inconsequential, but this appearance is misleading.
The directionality distribution is best described graphically, as shown in Figure 8, and is defined as follows:
Weakness in organization, using codes (verbal or mathematical), memory, sequencing, time concepts, directionality, and multi-tasking often make home life, social life, and school life frustrating (Mortimore, 2003; Shaywitz, 2003).
Its five activities include: Waterworld, where students improve their figure-ground perception by creating patterns; Tangram, where students enhance their spatial relations skills by completing puzzles from memory; Spatial Delivery, where students strengthen their spatial directionality and memory by completing a three dimensional navigational activity; Flips, where students improve their visualization of objects by duplicating shapes after they've been rotated; and Cubes, where students visualize objects from different perspectives.
They learn, for example, how to use facial expression to convey meaning and to use plurals, classifiers, size, placement, speed, intensity, duration and directionality.
Both TwinMic and TriMic can be programmed with automatic activation and adaptive directionality, so that the instruments can follow the source of noise and adjust automatically, even if the noise moves or changes direction.

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