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sa·lient

(sā'lē-ĕnt, sāl'yent),
1. Synonym(s): projection
2. radiology an obsolete term for projection.
[L. salio, to leap or spring up]
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salient

(sā′lē-ĕnt) [L. salio, to spring, jump]
Prominent, conspicuous.
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Finally, albeit beyond the scope of the study, post hoc models were run to test the presence of negative associations between WMH load and anterior default-mode network and salience network connectivity.
Salience refers to a cognitive process that facilitates attention and perception.
The B-U attention salience was used to regulate the density of Gaussian particle random sampling.
The report, "Solving the Annuity Puzzle: The role of mortality salience in retirement savings decumulation decisions," was published in the Journal of Consumer Psychology.
In other words, cues will have different effects in different situations, such as when issues are unknown or difficult to understand (also known as low salience or hard issues) or when considerations are readily accessible or issues are easily understood and recognized (also known as soft or high salience issues).
As an ostensible task, the real purpose of the estimate test was to expose the participants subliminally to one of three salience priming conditions (in-group salience, out-group salience, or combined salience).
The Salience Learning team includes experts in adult education, and life science industry veterans.
This study concentrates on the Aberrant Salience Inventory (ASI; Cicero et al., 2010).
Caption: Population Distribution for Weather Salience. Population distribution for weather salience in men and women, with normal distribution curves applied.
Richard Waters, director of the newly-rebranded Salience, said: "Rather than a catalyst for change, the rebrand to Salience reflects years of change within the agency culture, staff and services.
Specifically, the researchers used fMRI to study a network of brain connections called the anterior salience network (ASN).