Different Learning Styles Preferred by Students: (n-150) Learning Style Learning Style Category Major Minor Negligible Information Gathering Visual--Language 74 (49.3%) 76 (50.7%) -- Visual--Numerical 63 (42%) 69 (46%) 18 (12%) Auditory--Language 46 (30.7%) 95 (63.3%) 9 (6%) Auditory--Numerical 61 (40.7%) 89 (59.3%) -- Auditory-Visual-Kinaesthetic 98 (65.3%) 52 (34.7) -- Work Conditions Social-Individual 107 (71.3%) 43 (21.7%) -- Social-Group 70 (46.7%) 71 (47.3%) 9 (6%) Expressiveness
Expressive -Oral 61 (40.7%) 81 (54%) 8 (5.3%) Expressive-written 56 (37.3%) 94 (62.3%) -- Table II.
. Maternal expressiveness
was evaluated using the Self-Expressiveness in the Family Questionnaire (Halberstadt et al., 1995), which consists of 40 items that are divided into two dimensions, positive and negative.
Participants were students from first to seventh periods of the course and voluntarily enrolled to participate in training "Vocal expressiveness
and body to speak well in telejournalism".
In response to RQ2, we found that significant differences based on disagreement type (behaviors or ideas) existed in relational continuation [F(1, 2085) = 5.09, p < .05, partial [[eta].sup.2] = .002], negative expressiveness
[F(1, 2085) = 4.50, p < .05, partial [[eta].sup.2] = .002], changing the target [F(1, 2085) = 26.75, p < .001, partial [[eta].sup.2] = .01], self-demand/other-withdraw [F(1, 2085) = 7.18, p < .01, partial if = .003], civility [F(1, 2085) = 4.07, p < .05, partial [[eta].sup.2] = .002], and climate [F(1, 2085) = 13.58, p < .001, partial [[eta].sup.2] = .01].
But he more than made up for this with the continual dramatic interest and sheer expressiveness
of his singing, including some judicious embellishments and a dramatic change of tone during "But who may abide the day of his coming?" Another advantage of a male alto is that words are probably sung with greater clarity than is sometimes the case with an operatic female alto.
is an objective property of music means that qualified listeners agree, to a great extent, about their emotive descriptions of music.
Consonants' visual expressiveness
is much lower, so they are highly dependable from neighbouring vowels.
Although the two teachers had very different approaches to teaching expressiveness
, all of their students' performances improved in musicality.
The purpose of this article is to gain a deeper understanding of the effect of music expressiveness
on physiological reactions, the contribution of expressive cues to musical emotion decoding, the acoustic attributes of music, the emotional content of music, and neural networks devoted to music processing components.
The thing about Tauseeq is his extreme expressiveness
. When he is interviewing girls, which includes actresses most of the time, his facial expressions while reacting to their answers would beat even Malika-i-Jazbat, Bahar, flat.
The present study is aimed to show a relationship between personal growth, emotional expressiveness
and assertiveness of working and non-working females.
Part of what hinders our capacity to see this quality in their gestures is a general concept of blackness that privileges public expressiveness