ability to perceive

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The ability to perceive and respond to the environment is a basic attribute of all living organisms, from the greatest to the smallest," said Wendell Lim, PhD, the study's senior author.
The reason: the Argus II Retinal Prosthesis system, the first FDA-approved implanted device to re-establish some sight in blind patients, giving them the ability to perceive images and movement.
It's the ability to perceive situations and navigate to solutions in novel situations, independent of long experience.
Not only did it improve their pain, it also improved their ability to perceive a very, very light touch.
Emotional Intelligence, as referred to in a corporate environment manual, is a characteristic which gives an individual the ability to perceive, control and evaluate emotions.
Bui studied the development of the perceptual ability to perceive the relevant characteristics of an object, as well as the ability to use tools, in preschool children, comparing their results to a group of adults assigned similar tasks.
In the next stage, which should take about ten months, we will focus on equipping the gloves with the ability to perceive Turkish sign language and convert it to sounds.
Pragmatic, he is cool in facing danger and has a unique ability to perceive risks.
Players are tasked with guiding a neuron from connection to connection by clicking on potential targets, testing participants' ability to perceive, make decisions, and move quickly.
Burks' ability to perceive peoples and places as 'evil' permeates all their lives and affects decisions and confrontations alike.
The plot revolves around single father Martin Bohm (Sutherland), who discovers that his 11-year-old son, Jake (David Mazouz) possesses the ability to perceive the seemingly hidden patterns that connect every life on the planet.
Neuroscience data has found that there are developmental differences in the brain's biochemistry and anatomy that may limit adolescents' ability to perceive risks, control impulses, understand consequences and control emotions.