cueing


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cueing

(ˈkjuːɪŋ)
n
(Electronics) another name for foldback
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These results show that cueing towards tools is not greater in high AQ participants, as might be predicted if one considers that good folk physics (Baron-Cohen, 2000) and superior systemizing skills (Baron-Cohen, 2002) are associated with people with high AQ scores, hence sharing more traits with people with autism-spectrum disorders.
Rotorcraft hazard cueing: The effects on attention and trust (University of Illinois Institute of Aviation Tech.
In reading, Melissa made use of similar meaning-making strategies and emerged as a strategic reader who orchestrates a variety of cueing systems.
If a ball isn't used, a whistle can be blown to indicate that a shot has been taken, cueing the players to work for rebounding position.
William James' proposal that the propensity of environmental objects to capture attention can be influenced by learning and experience was tested in a spatial cueing experiment.
According to the Three Cueing Systems model of reading, there are three cues that every good reader depends upon to decode words in running text.
As another method of visual cueing, toilets within lavatories should be immediately visible.
Two experiments are reported that test whether the modulation of exogenous cuing effects by the presence of a distractor at the location opposite the target (altering the time course of cueing effects, Lupianez et al., 1999, 2001) is due to the fast reorienting of attention or to a set for preventing the integration of the cue and the target within a single event representation.
Posner and colleagues (Posner, 1980; Posner, Nissen, & Ogden, 1978) developed the spatial cueing task to measure covert shifts of visual attention.
An investigation of the effect of assisted target cueing on operator target acquisition performance with first generation FLIR imagery.
Although symbolic cueing effects have been reliably demonstrated, the underlying mechanisms that produce these effects are not well understood.
Spatial cueing and the relation between the accuracy of "where" and "what" decisions in visual search.