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TACT

Tuned aperature computed tomography Imaging A technology used to study ambiguous breast images, display 2-D images in 3-D and ↓ false negative mammograms. See Mammography.
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Generally, for the three teaching sets, we observed that the listener repertoire, selecting pictures, was either well established (sets 1 and 3) or was the first to be established (set 2) even if teaching tasks for speaker behavior (echoic and tact) were presented.
Tact Go - Tact gives salespeople a daily agenda of all of their tasks and customer meetings.
TACT, whose students are all ages and come from a wide range of backgrounds, is now expanding its training to encompass the need to work with adults - especially parents - to provide a holistic approach to the issues children and families struggle with.
The effects of intensive tact instruction on three verbal operants in non-instructional settings for two children with autism.
TACT, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, was conducted in order to put the CAM regimen to the test.
"To succeed in this role, you will have an ability to deploy tact and diplomacy when necessary," it added.
One condition employed the alternating teaching of mand and of tact and the other condition employed only the teaching of tact.
Release date- 21082019 - C&K Extends Portfolio of Low Priced Sub-Miniature Tact Switches for Home Automation and IoT Electronics Devices.
"I am also so pleased that this NCS group have chosen TACT as their chosen charity.
The tact is one of the most important verbal operants and, in lay terms, refers to labeling objects, activities, events, or properties of those stimuli (Skinner).