unresponsiveness


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for unresponsiveness

Synonyms for unresponsiveness

the quality of being unresponsive

References in periodicals archive ?
Many news organisations, aware of the problem of unresponsiveness, have policy guidelines for responding to readers' queries.
Negative personality predispositions were measured by Adult PAQ14, a 63 items self-reported questionnaire with seven sub-scales to assess individual's perception of themselves on personality and behavioral dimensions of hostility/aggression, dependency, negative self-esteem, negative self-adequacy, emotional unresponsiveness, emotional instability and negative world view.
The top three causes of miscommunication are unresponsiveness of team members; project stakeholders' inability to collaborate effectively; and, lack of a common platform for team members to communicate and share project data.
Signs of Panayiotopoulos syndrome include emesis, cyanosis, pallor, changes in intestinal motility, gaze deviation, hypotonia, confusion, and unresponsiveness.
LAHORE -- The reckless reporting by different television channels and LHC PRO's unresponsiveness turned out to be the major reasons behind the misreporting about the ban on the anti-judiciary speeches.
She said that Autism lie between an on-going social problems (communication and interaction difficulty) and repetitive behaviors as well as limited interest or activities, i.e., intense focus on one item, unresponsiveness, lack of understanding social cues (like tone of voice or body language), repetitive movements, or self-abusive behavior like head-banging are some of the strong indicators of being at the risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Dr Mahathir added that RoS' unresponsiveness was hindering preparations for the upcoming general election.
For one thing, the symptoms - including unresponsiveness to parental affection and a host of developmental, communication, and socialisation problems - are present far too early in an autistic child's life to be considered a "mental" phenomenon.
ISLAMABAD -- Seven Graveyards located in Islamabad are in a shambles condition because of the unresponsiveness of the Capital Development authority.
[7] To overcome these limitations, Wijdicks and co-researchers [8,9] designed a scoring system in 2005 called the Full Outline of Unresponsiveness (FOUR) score as an alternative to the GCS to evaluate the awareness of patients with severe brain damage.
ATLANTA--Peanut sublingual immunotherapy induces clinically significant desensitization in the majority of subjects and can induce sustained unresponsiveness in a subset of children treated for 36-60 months, results from a small study suggest.
Later doses in a fixed dose regimen were well tolerated and resulted in immune unresponsiveness to the gluten epitopes in Nexvax2.
Among the 25 patients left, no other known causes for colchicine unresponsiveness were found.
A 17-year-old female presented with two days of acute psychosis, which progressed to catatonia and unresponsiveness. During the first several days of inpatient admission, she experienced progressive bilateral extremity clonus, hyperreflexia, and urinary retention.