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The feeling of emotions and sensations, as opposed to thinking; involvement in what is happening rather than abstract reflection on an event or interpersonal encounter.
[L. experientia, fr. experior, to try]


Decision-making The set of skills acquired through the repeated performance of a particular activity or operation, which in turn, implies competence in performing the task of interest


The feeling of emotions and sensations, as opposed to thinking; involvement in what is happening rather than abstract reflection on an event or interpersonal encounter.
[L. experientia, fr. experior, to try]


1. To encounter something personally or undergo an event.
2. The knowledge or wisdom obtained from one's own observations.

Patient discussion about experience

Q. Has anyone have any experience with this? I’m 15 years old male and having acid reflux. I have tried lot of meds but nothing is effective and I did not get any remedy. I came across something which says Chinese herbalists can help or even cure it. Has anyone have any experience with this? If you think it is a good idea? Please answer and I will be really grateful!

A. hey, waylon. if you want to try chinese medicine, go for it, as long as you understand clearly how does that medication treat you.
in acid reflux condition, some notes you need to remember are:
- you need to eat regularly
- you need to reduce your stress
- avoid some foods like: acid foods, coffee, spicy foods

and maybe you can try -if you want- consume daily yogurt with apple cider vinegar. apple cider vinegar is believed to be able to help gastric problem.

Q. Can anyone here share with me your experiences….? hey, hi to all…..Very recently I came to know about amniocentesis. With this we can see the baby`s gender..Can anyone here share with me your experiences….?

A. No my dear amniocentesis is not used to find baby`s gender rather its ultrasound for it. Amniocentesis is used to detect any genetic problems such as Down’s syndrome or any other chromosomal abnormalities but not gender of the child. Even infection of the amniotic fluid is checked during amniocentesis. They are also used to check the maturity of the baby`s lungs. Yes it is done under the guidance of an ultrasound. If anyone wants to check for gender they have to go for an ultrasound.

Q. Could anyone share your experience here? your attention here please…..One of my friend is pregnant and after a long and multiple diagnosis she has been confirmed positive for breast cancer. She is badly depressed and is much worried about the child and the effect it will have during pre/post birth. She wants the child to be healthy and normal. Could anyone share your experience here?

A. A) It shows the love and affection the mother has towards the expectant baby. It is good that her breast cancer is diagnosed because it is difficult when one is pregnant. Breast cancer will not harm baby at all, what harms the baby are some of the treatments for breast cancer - and these depend on how advanced the cancer may be. If at early stage her lump will be removed or have surgery for the affected area. The chemotherapy treatment or the medications will be carried after your 1st trimester. This will reduce the harm a baby can get. On advanced stages of cancer, due to radiation treatment and chemotherapy involved with surgery makes the situation tough and makes the survival difficult for mother and baby or even both. So it depends on the stage of your cancer, which you must ask the treating doctor. In early stage of cancer the survival of both mother and baby is possible.Better check her cancer stage. I wish her speedy recovery and safe delivery.

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No discrete elements in the formulaic pattern of 'horror' are stable--not the experiencer, the narrative voice, narrative strand or any structural arrangement, and certainly not the node-word, which can be replaced with any number of alternative terms from LF1; (26) only the pattern itself abides--a textual constant independent of plot, character or narrator.
The following semantic roles are expressed by nouns marked with spatial cases: addressee, experiencer, recipient, beneficiary and noncanonical agents such as causee and exterior force.
Though the STP is looking at the "dramatic change" that signals a transformation, the investigator needs to be aware that the experiencers may be unable to adequately describe their experience due to the inability to articulate what is contextually embodied.
Rather than the traditional concepts of direct and indirect object, the processing instruction group was exposed to the notion of cause and experiencer and how the nature of the cause determines the syntactic structure of the sentence.
Indo-European "Transitive" Nouns and the Accusative of Experiencer.
In comparison with the sentence (10), only the resulting state (mied 'men') is marked by the nominative, the change experiencer is indicated by the elative case.
Consequently, the experiencer of visual perception seems to have more control over the perception process than the subject of auditory perception, which is less agentive.
56) because religious experience is subjective in nature, involves both emotion and reason, and, therefore, requires meaningful personal participation of the experiencer.
This false attribution gives rise to the perception that one is essentially a limited agent (kartr) and a worldly experiencer (bhoktr), rather than the desireless and joyous Self.
A second role connected with the psych-verbs is stimulus, typically referred to as the entity the experiencer is sentient of; stimulus can be encoded as the cause of the mental state of experiencer (11) (about the semantic roles of emotive verbs, see e.
Given that, the matrix predicate in (4a) assigns dative case and experiencer theta-role to eallum mannum, while that of (4b) assigns dative case and benefactive theta-role to ceniyum.
It occurs with experiencer predicates and derives the potential mood, cf.