cue word

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2 Devise acronyms and acrostics: Use the first letter of key words or ideas to form an easy-to-remember cue word or cue sentence.
For example, in response to the cue word Happy, someone may say that they are happy when they are with their family, or when they play sports.
To access command mode, one must first use a cue word. In the case of my software, I have programmed into the machine the word "computer" to act as the cue that puts me into command mode.
"Before you put your hand up, see yourself saying your cue word and allowing the image, the certain knowledge that you are safe and you feel safe, and the sensations of safety to come up for you," I said.
An example is linking the cue word coat or oat to goat.
Use a cue word before administering the reward and your dog will soon link the two and start to bark when you say the cue word.
Seventy-two trials used words as cues (3 Cue Conditions x 2 Target Locations x 2 Target Directions x 3 Flanker Conditions x 2 Cue Word Valences).
Keep in mind if you choose Whoa as your cue word or sound, you'll also need a cue to release.
For about half of the words subjects had rated as familiar, the cue word triggered more extensive memories having to do with the context in which they had previously studied the word.
The word-association task involved participants' judging which of two target words was the most closely associated word to a previously shown cue word. Each trial comprised three words: one cue word (presented in the centre of the screen, using the Geneva font and for a duration of 1000 ms) and two further, simultaneously presented target words (one to the left and one to the right of the screen, with the centres of the two words subtending a visual angle of 32[degrees], presented until participant response).
Once he consistently carries out the behaviour, start as ever to say the cue word, 'Thank you', as he carries out the behaviour, just before you click and treat him for it.
This cue word appeared in either 20 (high frequency condition) or 10 (low frequency condition) of the 500 statements and the occurrence of these 'target statements' was distributed evenly within the statements: either once every 20-25 or once every 40-45 non-target statements, respectively.