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The neuropsychological exam of the last three patients showed apperceptive agnosia and constructive apraxia in correspondence with bilateral lesions in the parietal and occipital areas.
In other words, here an apperceptive variation becomes a methodological strategy for opening up the very field of research of the investigation in question (30).
Instruction was a matter of deciding what presentations should be offered to students and how best to tie these presentations together into apperceptive masses.
Motivation is due to the novelty of the system, but also because the learner is cognitively confronted with problems together with additional data under way that allow for differences in learning abilities, promote agreement and disagreement and prepare for apperceptive knowledge in the classroom.
Apperceptive personality tests are another way of trying to understand the way a person thinks, says David Silber, professor emeritus at George Washington University in Washington, D.
A successful training program first must take into consideration some established principles of learning and recognize the student's apperceptive base: "The student's past training and experience and his ability to integrate these with his new learning and experiences will materially affect his learning rate.
apperceptive apparatus--changes that are experienced on an
But it is also simply the stare as an apperceptive strategy that indicates desire or anger or just an attempt to know that is possessive and coercive.
If one normally begins with the first edition of a text, considering that as the text's purest state, one should remember, at the same time, the apperceptive background of the text, as it moves forward and backward from one country where Haitians live to another.
Sheets-Johnstone's ideas about the development of language based on apperceptive empathy ('Speech perception.
The film corresponds to profound changes in the apperceptive apparatus--changes that are experienced on an individual scale by the man in the street in big city traffic, on a historical scale by every present-day citizen.
Addressing the philosophical problem of the unknowability of the subject, Strauss analyses what he terms 'death-based subjectivity', originating in Kant's apperceptive subject and the Romantic sublime, elaborated principally by Hegel in his Aesthetics and Phenomenology of Spirit, and continuing in twentieth-century thinkers like Heidegger, Kojeve and Lacan.