equipotentiality


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equipotentiality

 [e″kwĭ-po-ten″she-al´ĭ-te]
the quality or state of having similar and equal power; the capacity for developing in the same way and to the same extent.
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In contrast to psychoanalysis, which is pessimistic, Adler's counseling is optimistic by stressing equipotentiality of growth; and this concept suggests that African American adolescents are in an increasing phase of growth.
(13) Hence, the larva-embryo is not a state of diffuse potency; it is not a possible that seeks realization; it has no similarity to the individual it will eventually be; the so-called equipotentiality is nothing but virtuality.
Clark and Carlson claim that in such cases, when each hearer has an equal potential of being an addressee, the "equipotentiality principle" applies.
(4) Ross's characterization of addressees of legal norms will prove to be especially useful for my purposes in the discussion of the equipotentiality principle (cf.
Such an approach may have been initiated by advances in the identification of the "equipotentiality" of diverse interpretations of client problems.
Even as late as the 1950's, Karl Lashley (1929) was promoting an antilocalizationist "equipotentiality" position.
In such neural circuits, processing for any interesting task is distributed across a number of structures, but not in the indivisible sense of the aggregate field or equipotentiality views.
values emphasizing human equipotentiality and equality of outcome.
This desirable feature of a random selection process is termed here the 'equipotentiality criterion' - the entire response vocabulary should form potential response choices throughout response production.
However, the present data suggest that the model needs to incorporate also the rather separate attentional requirements posed by the 'equipotentiality criterion'.
The method of calculating a complex combined grounding can be based on the condition of its equipotentiality, and on the condition of non-equipotentiality, i.e.
Covert sensitization, stimulus relevance and the equipotentiality premise.