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that which exists in the mind as the product of careful mental activity

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It was felt that the students could better comprehend the notion of new knowledge building upon prior knowledge, if they could map a set of concepts that was based on prior knowledge.
While it is certainly true that a person's actual behaviour may partake one day of one concept and another day of the other (we all have our failings or idiosyncrasies), to suggest that, conceptually, there is a third "halfway" is nonsense.
That concept is the least technically mature of the concepts offered by Lockheed Martin.
Though tiffs genre finds its aesthetic traction by simply inflating the scale of a concept until it loses its hold on reason, each artist extends it differently.
Ease of adaptation and manipulation-Once you have a concept map on paper, try to fit in those forgotten concepts or the ideas you came up with overnight and you will know the advantages of computer assisted concept mapping.
By exploring interactively among these three concepts (inspection process, interfaces, and part) a large amount of information can be quickly explored and in a context to promote understanding and retention of it.
KM as a concept is here to stay, and only the maturation of the concepts and tools is required to ensure that KM adds tremendous value to organizations.
The most interesting feature of the nervous breakdown concept, if not at its origins at least quite soon, involves its decidedly ambivalent relationship to professional medicine and psychology.
From an organizational dynamics perspective, support must come from all levels for the AO concept to succeed.
Additionally, Beverage Concepts will be promoting the drink throughout the U.
LONG BEACH - An airplane so huge it could carry more than twice the load of today's biggest plane, a military ``pickup'' able to take off straight up and a flying wing able to carry hundreds of passengers are among the concepts being pursued by the Boeing Co.
Of particular concerns here are concepts such as 'knowledge' and 'math' because of their reflexive nature (Nencel & Pels, 1991; Woolger, 1988).
In contrast to the widespread conviction that the passing years wipe away most recollections of concepts and facts learned in school, a new study has uncovered robust memories among former students for material learned in a college course after as long as 11 years.