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This indicates that an individual's working memory, planning, and organizing skills are more connected to life satisfaction in comparison to inhibiting prepotent responses and controlling thought, behavior, and emotion.
It is "based on stimulus-response compatibility and assesses the extent to which the prepotent association to irrelevant spatial information affects participants' response to task-relevant nonspatial information" (Bialystok et al.
According to Barkley's theory of AD/HD (58), deficient behavioral inhibition is the core deficit of the disorder Behavioral inhibition may be separated into three interrelated processes called "inhibition of the initial prepotent response to an event," "stopping of an ongoing response," and "interference control" (59).
Regarding the last characteristic, it is an important element the fact that Alexei believes so much in his religion that he starts nurturing an arrogant and prepotent thinking that everything he believes or knows is good should happen.
Morgans descended from one prepotent sire, Figure, who was born in 1789.
A symptomatic lesion, by contrast, would be S- for the same constellation of "non-help-seeking" responses (which, presumably, leaves help-seeking as prepotent).
Cognitive psychologists who are interested in inhibition as an executive function focus more narrowly on conscious inhibition in the face of "dominant, automatic, or prepotent" responses (Miyake et al.
This irony returns us to the recurring observation that royal entertainments--and these texts that record the performances--worked to define the place of the monarch, represent it, and paradoxically help make or form its image (from 'well-favoured' face to 'prepotent prince') without impinging upon royal authority.
The first one holds that an action is maintained with respect to its prepotent identity that is the spontaneous understanding of the action, which insures the maintenance of the given action over time and across circumstances.
This test measures the ability to focus attention on relevant stimuli while ignoring distracters and to suppress a prepotent response (i.e.
Color-Word Reading is the third component of the Stroop test, which is a measure of response inhibition requiring patients to inhibit a prepotent response.