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"We see others' experiences more abstractly, and our own more concretely," says Anna Bruk, a lead author on the paper.
Talking abstractly about new strategies, a Plan B or the notion of a two-state solution for Cyprus secures neither the conditions for peace, nor the well-being of Greek Cypriots, President Nicos Anastasiades said in an interview with the Athens-Macedonian New Agency on Saturday.
Using digital platforms for reading may change the way you think, making you more inclined to focus on concrete details rather than interpreting information more abstractly, a new study has found.
One stranger engaging another abstractly absorbs the conventional options at a conference downstairs in the hotel where athletic poets are staying.
It's harder to formulate concepts and think abstractly. Risk of dementia rises.
To express a streetwise sensibility, the designers created a hand-drawn rooster icon that abstractly spells out the letters DKNY.
The author covers making sense of problems and persevering in solving them, reasoning abstractly and quantitatively, constructing viable arguments and critiquing the reasoning of others, modeling with mathematics, and a great many other related topics over the bookAEs nine chapters.
Professionally: Working in the technology sector, I am, on a daily basis, confronted with new technologies and languages (programming languages that is); the ability to speak and think in Welsh has unquestionably allowed me think abstractly and to quickly adapt to new paradigms, which is vital when technology is becoming such an important part of our daily lives.
ISLAMABAD -- Using digital platforms for reading may change the way you think, making you more inclined to focus on concrete details rather than interpreting information more abstractly, a new study has found.
Its bold perforated form features two large voids that abstractly resemble a pair of eyes--a metaphor, perhaps, for Euronews's outward-looking operation.
Work that she claimed was her "excuse to handle clay abstractly. To do what I want."
The striking, somewhat abstractly stylized illustrations nicely balance the fact-filled text in this enlightening and educational storybook.
Art plays a role in the design in a number of other ways, too, including fluted columns in the lobby that are decorated with various mosaic glass tile scenes to abstractly represent bible narratives of women for the faith-based institution.
“Around the age of nine the brain's gray matter actually increases…and with that comes the ability to think abstractly for the first time.
This invitation to tender is abstractly at Supplying and installing security equipment in the buildings of the Commission in Brussels and the surrounding area.