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satisfying arrangement marked by even distribution of elements, as in a design

Synonyms for symmetry

balance among the parts of something

(physics) the property of being isotropic

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All trials were identical in format, except that the contingencies were reversed between symmetry and asymmetry. Participants were required to demonstrate a mastery criterion of 36 out of 40 correct, with no more than one error on each of the two types of symmetry or asymmetry trials.
Phase 3: Testing symmetry and asymmetry under contextual control.
In Phases 4 and 5, the children were exposed to a novel tabletop MTS task that examined the generalization and contextual control of the target symmetry and asymmetry performances on a novel set of stimuli (Set 2).
THE ECONOMICS OF SYMMETRY AND ASYMMETRY IN ASSET PARTITIONING
I then use the model to evaluate symmetry and asymmetry in
Compositionally, the works are wonderfully active, in part because of Faust's canny way of synthesizing symmetry and asymmetry. Each has a single vertical fold, like a spine; other folds radiate from a few nodal points along this central one, and the cuts Faust has made in the paper result in, typically, two or three intricate wheel-like patterns with as many as eight axes each--finally, one thinks more of a cathedral's rose window than of a snowflake.
Markow (1992) proposed that schizophrenia reflects an abnormal balance of symmetry and asymmetry in the brain as a result of reduced developmental buffering associated with homozygosity.
As with all of Raj Rewal's projects, the World Bank Regional Mission combines formality and informality, symmetry and asymmetry, traditional Indian themes with those of international modernism - all with a measure of theatricality and spatial dynamism.