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i·so·la·ble

(ī′sə-lə-bəl)
adj.
Possible to isolate.
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2004) Isolable silylene, disilenes, trisilaallene, and related compounds.
Social cognitive neuroscientists define empathy as an induction process that results from the dynamic interaction of the previously identified components that are physically observable and isolable neural networks (Decety & Moriguchi, 2007).
The problem with this bias is patent: judgments are not isolable subjective states bur part and parcel of a factor better, a process, namely, the dynamic interactions of subjects with objects and other subjects.
of Tsukuba, Japan) describe recent advances in synthesizing isolable low-coordinate derivatives of heavy group 14 elements, focusing on the most important and most recent advances that are crucial for a general understanding of the peculiar structural bonding and chemical properties of the low-coordinate 14 organometallics.
Goffman thus decomposes the role of speaker into three isolable modes: 1) animator, 2) author, and 3) principal.
There is no need to pursue that issue here, but I raise it to point out that Grabit cases are not some isolable backwater in Gettier lore, but are instead examples of a phenomenon that is a large and important aspect of intellectual life.
Negative patterning in classical conditioning: Summation of response tendencies to isolable and configural components.
She suggests that we should focus on their simultaneous relevance within "domains" of concern, where domains are essentially psychologically isolable areas of practical concern in our lives, such as that of the family and that of the career.
But I do not believe that queer theory is easily isolable from Gay Studies or Gender Studies or Trans Studies or any other body of thought about sexual minorities.
In contrast to the current emphasis on cultural fluidity, mobility, and permeability, the anthropology of the 1950s considered cultures as geographically boundable, isolable entities.
On Bowman's reading, according to Plato, musical experience is not an autonomous affair, isolable from other arts or the business of daily living (the same kind of authority that governs affairs of state should determine matters of musical value).
To begin with, the alleged hidden structures are never isolable and confirmable.