(redirected from perceptional)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
Table 2 shows that first and final year students scored moderate stress (57.8% and 41.2% respectively) but perceptional difference was significant (p-value 0.000).
Despite efforts to capture the subjective effects of BE, most previous studies used a two-stage approach when considering the perceptional and attitudinal variables of mode choice.
With reference to public administrations, we found authors who assessed learning by means of perceptional measures taken in interviews (Schulz 2001; Askim, Johnsen, and Christophersen 2008; Moynihan and Landuyt 2009).
When looking at the case-studies, it becomes tangible, however, in which way teacher learning may be filtered by perceptional dispositions which are in turn closely linked with professional identities.
The study design evolved by collecting test results and perceptional data from participants taking four web-based Spanish listening tasks (i.e., 2 listening tests with audio format and 2 tests with video format) during each course.
It is an incredibly harsh environment, especially for those with perceptional disturbances, hallucinations and anxiety disorders.
A positive consequence of incorporating literacy strategies into the CTE classroom can be to narrow that perceptional divide.
If the subsequent events are to be governed by the first assumption then implementation appraisals shall be subjective and perceptional more of looking the other side.
The overall message from these three studies of arsenic risks in water is that risk beliefs are systematically related to actual risk levels, but there may be perceptional shortfalls in terms of processing risk information and drawing on personal experiences if, for example, arsenic exposures are not correlated with water taste, smell, and odor.
The experimental group gave 3.37 points to the 11 survey items on average, which shows that students in the experimental group have higher perceptional effectiveness of the multimedia-based cognitive process with the LMMs.
It includes tests for verbal comprehension, perceptional reasoning, working memory, and processing speed.
The measurement of [FEV.sub.1], FVC, Borg's perceptional dyspnea score, [18] blood pressure, and pulse rate was done at the baseline followed by the scheduled time points on 30 min, 2 h, 12 h after morning dose and 30 min and trough values 12 h after the evening dose.

Full browser ?