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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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The Use of Oral High-Dose Vitamins and Minerals in TACT
Teaching was structured by MEI (Multiple Exemplar Instruction) and intercalated with tests of the same selection, echoic and tact relations, before and after each teaching set.
Bruno demonstrated the emergence of the A-P and B-P selections and the BA intraverbals, but he respond incorrectly to one trial of P-A tact related to the stimuli "the Surma" and one trial of the taught P-A tact related to the stimulus "Pakistan.
Tact Go - Tact gives salespeople a daily agenda of all of their tasks and customer meetings.
For more information | about TACT courses, call Karen Davies-Hough on 01642 491212 or visit www.
The overall aim of this study was to teach vocal tact to four children institutionalized under the care of the social services, with restricted exposure to verbal stimulation, in a playful context, in which the situation of play predominated.
A study by May, Hawkins, and Dymond (2013) also reported on the benefits of tact instruction in regard to greater communicative application.
The illuminated tact switch suits applications like the audio/visual market, computer peripherals, consumer electronics, instrumentation, telecommunications, and medical equipment, among others.
TACT was applied to fruits and vegetables of different colors and color uniformity.
Tact is often the difference in being humane over just being human.
To contact TACT Northwest you can call them on 0151 228 7996, email north.