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Synonyms for receptivity

ready acceptance of often new suggestions, ideas, influences, or opinions

Synonyms for receptivity

willingness or readiness to receive (especially impressions or ideas)

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Leveraging the inMarket proximity platform, Quantum Receptivity measures the shopping cycles for tens of millions of opted-in shoppers across categories such as grocery, entertainment, discount and auto, and determines when consumers have the highest proclivity to respond (i.
May there be "a more generic receptivity toward the impossible," that men and women might return good for evil and forgiveness for hate "in defiance of ordinary causal regularities.
Service management of the nursery municipal the island that there is, located in Viale May 1 snc receptivity equal to 59 seats, for the education and care of girls and boys who have not completed the third year of age.
Ovarian stimulation has been shown to have adverse effects on endometrial receptivity and the risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) is also increased when embryo transfer is performed in the stimulated cycle.
In consultation with the Special Olympics, which has extensively studied the challenges that people with intellectual disabilities face, Gallup began measuring global perceptions of receptivity toward this group in 2010.
This paper expands marketing perspectives on prior knowledge to dimensions relevant to social marketing issues by investigating the relationship between information receptivity and prior knowledge for a relevant social marketing example--AIDS.
Real White Matt offers whiteness without dullness, good ink receptivity due to its uniform surface, and smooth print image that is similar to dull ink gloss, said Mitsubishi Paper.
But I am not so sure that my "essential femininity" means that I am intrinsically more nurturing than my husband or that being a woman means that I have a deeper receptivity than he does.
Cantello's discussion on receptivity highlights an observation many independent music teachers wish could be passed on to some of our students' families: "Rushing around from one event or task to the next can make it difficult to be receptive to anything, let alone music.
While previous research has shown that receptivity to tobacco advertising is associated with higher levels of smoking among adolescents, few studies have examined how variability in personality traits .
Thus, 'wanting to receive impressions, Pater cannot decide where such receptivity lies, since it seems on the one hand a power of the fresh young body but on the other a power of the mature discriminating mind.
Since the poor textual quality of the humanistic manuscripts and their receptivity to interpolated material are generally known, it would have helped the overall presentation if the author had said more at the outset about the indirect tradition, i.
By the end of the century the medical model of mental disability began to fall under the emerging Social Darwinist belief in the hereditarian nature of idiocy, which in turn created a receptivity for eugenic, whose powerful writings shaped the thinking of scholars from a variety of disciplines.
But no, it isn't a question of superficiality, but rather of simplicity, obtained by a state of ecstatic receptivity, where any form of personal will is banished from the work's execution.
The receptivity of our Pharmacia colleagues and customers alike has been highly encouraging," Quinn says.
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