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a time immediately before the present

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the property of having happened or appeared not long ago

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Data on all 8 serial positions is also consistent with previous studies that found a primacy and recency effects (see Murdock, 1962; Jahnke, 1965).
Yet financial advisors know that allowing recency bias to guide investment decisions is not the wisest course of action and can prove counterproductive, since the best way to invest is to "keep a mixed and diversified portfolio that can grow wealth over time and to do the opposite of what recent markets have done," Bilello said.
The recency bias typically follows major news cycles--"so you could see it happening in the middle of the year as much as it's happening right now at the beginning"--but it's key for advisors to talk their clients through the tendency to be in the moment, he said.
Our search engine excelled at surfacing breaking news and events in real time, and our search index infrastructure reflected this strong emphasis on recency.
Next the recency effect will be employed in order to demonstrate how the novel's pornographic elements become fused with its horrific elements.
In MLP aware replacement policy, the algorithm computes the MLP-based costing for each cache miss and uses the MLP cost and recency to determine the cache block to be replaced.
We need to keep up with recency of experience, chart update cycles and aircraft inspections to name a few.
The judges also highly commended InterContinental Recency Hotel Bahrain's Michael Koth for his exceptional leadership during tough times and for elevating the hotel to one of IHG's best performing hotels among 78 in the Middle East and Africa region.
Marketers can link online and offline purchasing patterns, email response behavior (open activity and recency of engagement), category-level interests, demographics, and attitudinal or life stage information to improve the relevance of product recommendations and upsell opportunities.
Recency is the tendency to assign more importance to events and conditions that happened recently, as opposed to some time ago.
User polls can also be browsed based on recency, popularity, location or social connections.
We hypothesized that a smooth beverage (chocolate milk) would affect matches to a nonrounded vowel and that a tart beverage (cranberry juice) would affect matches to the rounded vowel depending on the visual stimulus that was likely in short-term memory, or what we term as visual recency.
One variant of the CLV estimation models is the RFM framework used in direct marketing in which the probability of customers' future purchases is based on the recency (R), frequency (F), and monetary value (M) of their previous transactions.
There is very little in the literature on the role of the order effect, recency effect or primacy effect on the performance of accounting students.
Document recency was defined as EMT-PCs prepared or revised in the past 5 years.