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one of the individual entities contributing to a whole

serving as part of a whole, as a nondetachable part of a larger unit

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Assessing creativity and its antecedents: An exploration of the componential theory of creativity.
Studying Creativity, Its Processes, and Its Antecedents: An Exploration of the Componential Theory of Creativity".
Componential Analysis of all six Nevada CTE transfer students and the influencing factors to attend UNLV, UNR, or NSC.
The support and help to entrepreneurship development must be multi- componential.
In doing so, support has been taken of the componential framework of creativity (Amabile, 1983) consisting of domain-relevant skills, creativity-relevant skills and task motivation.
Our primary experimental aim was to conduct componential analyses with intervention-based conditions that were experimentally matched as much as possible.
When it comes to keeping resolutions, and then reupping the ante to try again to make them work after repeated setbacks, identifying the componential problems surrounding procrastination and intention is where an individual needs to begin his or her quest for achieving goals.
This model should be able to integrate Barsalou's contribution, such as the dynamic representation of concepts, their schematic and componential character, and their (partial) perceptual grounding.
The LISA QA Model (6) is a componential model made up of eight items, out of which only one covers language matters (Jimenez-Crespo 2009).
The last feature of the LSDM allow to the research make a cross-validation of the results using other componential models like the LLTM.
D--Map syntax--stratigraphical, componential and compositional.
Thus our inventory was expanded by a kind of componential analysis of semantic features (see for example Nida 1976, Zic Fuchs 1991), however, it is important to note that we do not consider these semantic features as semantic components proper, i.
In this review we determined different componential factors on quality of life in infertile couples (Table 1).
The present study is based on the idea that meaning consists of some smaller aspects or components (for componential analysis see Fodor and Katz 1963, Nida 1975).
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