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Other evidence, however, suggests the deleterious effects of emotion on logicality may not necessarily extend to more intense emotional experiences.
In the study reported in this paper, we wanted to explore the impact of negative emotional events on logicality in reasoning, focusing specifically on the role of negative affective consequences resulting from the event.
Therefore, findings from the neuropsychological literature suggest that trauma exposure may be expected to be associated with deficits in logicality in reasoning.
Based on the neuropsychological literature on the effect of trauma exposure on higher-level cognitive function, our first hypothesis was that having experienced sexual abuse may be related to deficits in logicality when reasoning about neutral contents.
What emerges from Parkes's analysis is still the single apparent certainty that modernization means system and logicality in punctuation.
However, companies such as AspenTech, Manugistics, Marcam, Numetrix, i2 Technologies, and Logicality provide many of the specialized products that meet the modeling, production planning, and scheduling needs of chemical manufacturers.
At this point, he needs not query the logicality or the authenticity of religious faith given the fact that every religion is a sacred phenomenon and it is meaningful to those practicing it.
For example, in the Quality Conception, careful work is discerned from the context of professionalism; on the one hand accurate footnoting, critical thinking and, logicality are discerned as its parts, connected by their relationship with concepts such as meticulousness and rigor on the other.
Figure I: Structural and referential dimensions of conceptions of research Table adapted from Brew (1999) Structural Dimension (what is perceived and how the elements of what is perceived are related to each other) Quality In the foreground are activities Conception describing careful work: accurate footnoting, critical thinking, logicality, etc.
The paper offers initial accounts of two highly general principles: the principle of "immanence," a so-called cote principle, and the principle of logicality, a special principle.
If we compare fourth-century trinitarian doctrine with the later codified distinction between essence and energies, we find little difference in conformity to accepted codes of logicality.
Studies in African philosophy show that the logicality and rationality of Africans was denied by the very acts of slavery and colonisation.