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hexad

 [hek´sad]
1. a group or combination of six similar or related entities.
2. an element with a valence of six.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

hex·ad

(heks'ad),
A sexivalent element or radical.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

hex·ad

(heks'ad)
A sexivalent element or radical.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Considering the fact that in previous studies, it has been emphasized that the composition of the LS and the type of player is fully analyzed (Konert et al., 2013; Engedal, 2016), in the present study, the relationship between the four dimensions of learning styles of Felder and Silverman, which are The active/reflective, sequential/global, sensing/intuitive, visual/verbal styles, as well as Hexad scale model of player type are studied.
In this research, the relationship between the model of learning styles of Felder and Silverman and the Hexad scale player types was studied among the students of universities in Qom province.
The findings of this study are also in line with the findings of Gil Perez (2015), who believed that the gamification mechanics and player types were effective in the tested learning environment; but he only examined four player types of Hexad Scale model which were philanthropists, socializers, free spirits and achievers, and in fact, the LS and its relationship with the player type had not been studied in his research.
(2016), saying that the Hexad Scale model is suitable for choosing the elements of the gamification.
In the Diamond Marimba the arrangement of identities in each hexad is different from that in the Tonality Diamond: compare Genesis of a Music, 159 and 261.
Partch's harmonic writing often consists of sequences of these hexads - or, to put it a little differently, of tracing different paths through the Diamond.
The Diamond does not figure as an image in the 1933 "Exposition of Monophony," though all the relationships that it embodies, and the idea of the interlocking hexads, are made explicit in that early text.
Keeping the person with diabetes at the centre of this hexad, we hope the Glycaemic Sixer will find popularity, especially in cricket-playing nations.
Hexad is one of Tracey's longest-running ensembles, a medium-sized combo, featuring his son Clark on the drums.
Hexad was formed in 1985 and has been sporadically active ever since.
Stan Tracey brings his Hexad ensemble to the CBSO Centre tomorrow.
To sum up, I have argued here that Diodorus originally intended to compose a work of forty-two books, subdivided into seven hexads, which would have ended in 46/5 B.C.