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adjustive

(əˈdʒʌstɪv)
adj
allowing for adjustment
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Adj.1.adjustive - conducive to adjustmentadjustive - conducive to adjustment    
adaptative, adaptive - having a capacity for adaptation; "the adaptive coloring of a chameleon"
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Whereas adjustive interactions occur under closed contingencies, interactive styles are observable only under open contingencies.
These functions include self-expression (identified by a value-expressive function) or self-presentation and public image (identified as a social adjustive function) (Wilcox, 2009).
The mechanism for the emergence of meaning is present even in proto-social acts because for Mead (1967/2009) the "adjustive response of the second organism gives to the gesture of the first organism the meaning it has" (pp 77-78).
Meaning arises through the sequential ordering of communications because the selectivity and contingency of meaningful acts is facilitated through adjustive responses.
By enforcing attribute-formed policies on access requests, this adjustive, expressive, and highly extensible authorization model has an overwhelmingly competitive advantage, especially in dynamic and complicated environments.
This can be attributed to the fact that prolonged exposure to mobile phone radiations causes neuronal insult and induces some adjustive, changes in Purkinje cells leading to their overcrowding.
They also may provide long-term care for the chronically ill and rehabilitation, restorative, and adjustive services to physically challenged people or people with disabilities.
Thus social and cultural group affiliations and socializations shape one's mental health through adjustive and exchange processes because mental health is influenced by multiple domains of an individual's life.
In this connection, Winchester (2008) shows that, for Super Rugby, an adjustive rating system based on score margins produces slightly more accurate predictions than a bonus point prediction model.
c) '...the younger Palmer began to profess that subluxation detection and adjustive intervention should be...'