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sa·lient

(sā'lē-ĕnt, sāl'yent),
1. Synonym(s): projection
2. radiology an obsolete term for projection.
[L. salio, to leap or spring up]

salient

(sā′lē-ĕnt) [L. salio, to spring, jump]
Prominent, conspicuous.
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In addition to topic salience, response rate and response quality have also been identified as being of paramount importance when conducting survey research (e.
The results showed the FFS brand lacked salience and differentiation with the public.
Career salience is the significance of work and career that is related to career decision, adaptability, work commitment and selecting the ideal occupation for oneself (Greenhaus, 1971; Savickas, 2002).
The difference of instruction for these three conditions were: Condition 1 arranged the presentation of surface salience analogy for learning the target concepts in classroom setting (34 boys and 31 girls), Condition 2 arranged the same presentation of surface salience analogy as condition 1 in the on-line learning environment (34 boys and 29 girls), Condition 3 arranged a slightly different analogical reasoning--relational salience analogy--for learning the target concepts in the on-line learning environment (33 boys and 29 girls).
Therefore, vitality salience is proposed to be the converse of mortality salience: just as one can acknowledge and cogitate upon (or defensively work to deny) death, one can also become aware of the truth that life is current.
The specific way that mortality salience is experimentally induced is also important.
Salience stems from awareness building but also from the longer-term impact of positive emotional experiences.
salary, work hours per work week, weekend work hours, years of teaching experience, number of agriculture teachers per school, school community type, average number of students per class, work salience, and perceived family-supportive work culture) by gender among secondary school agriculture teachers.
Local characteristics, specifically the interaction between native and immigrant populations, influence the nature of the debates and the salience of different dimensions.
1987), Price argued that polarization between the two majors should be attributed to the heightened salience of group identity resulted from news exposure.
In this model, the salience of B-U visual attention is written as [SM.
In several of the studies, the researchers used low mortality salience annuity descriptions, such as, "In return for that lump-sum investment, you receive a series of regular monthly payments each year you live, after which any remaining amount stays with the financial company," versus "In return for that lump-sum investment, you receive a series of regular monthly payments until you die, after which any remaining amount stays with the financial company.