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adjective fresh, lately, new, newly arrived, not long past, novel, of recent occurrence, up-to-date
Associated concepts: in recent memory, recent possession, recently
See also: current, novel, present
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Primacy and recency are ways texts encode the reader's response.
Three model variations are illustrated using purchasing data from over 2,300 customers from a sample from a CDNOW dataset: a recency only model, a recency and frequency model, and a full RFM model.
Gruber (1987) proposed the recency effect as the framework for extending Baldwin and Howard's (1983) study.
Finally, we discovered through randomized survey experiments that women who received contextual risk information were impervious to the recency effect.
The methodology was to turn back the clock a certain amount of time (for example "future" periods of three months, one year and two years) and then compute recency and frequency relative to this date in the past.
This contrasts with Internet advertising, which despite its recency and relatively small size has attracted considerable attention from economists.
Scholars seem to agree that the recency hypothesis covers presidents over the last 40 to 50 years (Bose 2003; Lonnstrom and Kelly 2003).
Toward this end, OMRON's industrial automation business is now working towards unifying design and information recency across its local sites.
They looked at various factors such as recency of hospitalizations prior to pregnancy, the number of previous hospitalizations, and the length of the most recent hospitalization, to differentiate women who were most likely to have a bipolar or psychotic episode in the post-partum.
Third, a recency effect revealed that participants remembered significantly more phrases from the second story versus first story heard, F(1,14) = 6.
This success followed the Recency victory of Jordans Glory (by Hondo Black) and the Sittingbourne Standard Stakes win by Wintons Scruffy (by Honcho Classic) in 28.
The Center for Professional Advancement will present a course on "Additives for the coatings industry," February 28 through March 2 at the Hyatt Recency in New Brunswick, NJ.