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a subtle pointing out

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an actor's line that immediately precedes and serves as a reminder for some action or speech

evidence that helps to solve a problem

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a stimulus that provides information about what to do

sports implement consisting of a tapering rod used to strike a cue ball in pool or billiards

assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned

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CUES falsely represented to BVS that CUES intended to work in partnership with BVS," it said.
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Dogs can learn multiple cues for a single behavior.
Table 1 Condition orders for pigeons in Experiment I with number of sessions per condition in parentheses Pigeon 301 302 303 304 Red Only (2) Red Only (2) Red Only (6) Red Only (2) Guiding Guiding Cues ( 14) Guiding Cues ( Guiding Cues ( 2) 5) Cues (5) Reversed Cues (5) Red Only (4) Reversed Cues (5) Guiding Cues (5) No Cues (5)
1) Although we could have used arrow-cueing instead of gaze cueing, we determined to use gaze-cue because a previous study suggested that the gaze cueing effect was stronger than the arrow cueing effect (Friesen, Ristic, & Kingstone, 2004): We preferred to use stronger directional cues (i.
One might argue that the same way as IOR is only observed with exogenous cues, attention should be disengaged exogenously in order to observe the effect, thus explaining why the presentation of a central fixation cue leads to IOR in discrimination tasks, whereas the endogenous disengagement of attention does not.
Therefore, reactions to nonspecified cues would be either left unaffected, or would even be facilitated by forming implementation intentions on specific cues.
Scientists haven't been able to unlock the cues to trust because they've been going about it the wrong way," DeSteno said.
As chemical signals are advected through moving fluids, they are subjected to hydrodynamic forces such as turbulence, which can have significant effects on the delivery of waterborne chemical cues and the performance ofchemosensory foragers (Weissburg 2000, Webster & Weissburg 2001, Weissburg et al.
Spoken language involves an immensely rich set of embodied communication cues that shape social and task outcomes.
During the scans, they were shown 45-second videos that contained either smoking cues-actors and actresses smoking in a variety of settings-or neutral cues, with similar settings but no smoking behaviors.
reported a general decrease in reactivity to cues that are presented second (possibly due to experimental effects such as time in the laboratory; McCusker & Brown, 1991).
Hence, the experimenter is able to implement valid and invalid cues with different probabilities.
Typically, participants are exposed to cues in a laboratory environment and subjective (e.
This is not so odd as it may sound: that excellent RSC actor, Richard Cordery, deletes from the text given him everything save his own part and cues.