perceptivity


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perceptivity

 [per″sep-tiv´ĭ-te]
ability to receive sense impressions.

per·cep·tiv·i·ty

(per'sep-tiv'i-tē),
The power of perception.

perceptivity

/per·cep·tiv·i·ty/ (per″sep-tiv´ĭ-te) ability to receive sense impressions.

perceptivity

[pur′səptiv′itē]
the ability to receive sense impressions.

per·cep·tiv·i·ty

(pĕr'sep-tiv'i-tē)
The power of perception.
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As far as the absolute perceptivity is regarding, the tests were carried out during daylight off-peak periods (between 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm), whilst for the relative perceptivity, additional tests were performed during peak-hour periods (after 5:00 pm).
The relative perceptivity of the simulating system was carried out through driving tests in real and simulated environments, both characterized by different boundary conditions.
More importantly to my argument, Bakhtin (1975:321) asserts that these incorporated genres include 'non-literary forms (menus, advertisements)', and it is here where his heteroglossic discursive perceptivity opens itself to the possibility of imagistic and other forms of scrip to-visual text for inclusion and analysis.
Among the explicable I'd include linguistic facility, improvisation, a receptivity and attentiveness to the complexity of correspondence or metaphor, perceptivity (how an artist sees his or her own age and beyond it), character, environment and circumstance.
The unrecognized assumptions that to be often introduces can also impair perceptivity and even creativity.
Modesty aside, much of the mailing list's success is due in large part to his energy and perceptivity.
To address this, and to limit the chance that the discussion will be riddled by covert constructions, note that the integrative and critical frames will inevitably question mainstream interpretations, so as to heighten hermeneutic perceptivity of various dynamics.
The Price Futures Group welcomes Phil Flynn and his team (Dan Flynn, Ron Madden, and Selo Kraja) and we are excited to have them join our robust, veteran group of analysts and brokers at a time when the energy and commodity markets are experiencing incredible and significant change, demanding the type of perceptivity and experience that Phil Flynn brings to our clientele.
Probably the most valuable attributes a psi researcher can have are those that are equally (and ironically) in short supply in psychology, namely, perceptivity and sensitivity.
The sense of taste for salt and bitterness in food declines with age, but not for sweet and sour perceptivity.
Kelley continued that he is particularly enthused with the management experience, perceptivity and intelligence which Gilman brings to the company, along with his demonstrated ability to develop an organization and management staff.