collative

collative

(kɒˈleɪtɪv; ˈkɒlə-)
adj
1. involving collation
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) (of benefices) presented or held by collation
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While addressing the participants of the gathering, he stressed upon the collative collaboration of all the stakeholders to make Pakistan a disability-free country.
Similarly, Richa Nagar's work within the Sangatin women's collective (Nagar and Ali, 2003: 65) also foregrounds collective investments of desire 'to highlight strategies that are available for producing new collative geographies; for exploring the ways in which these geographies are/can be simultaneously embedded in and speak to multiple sites and landscape of struggle and survival; and for imagining the processes by which we might begin to re-evaluate and reclaim previously appropriated knowledges'.
stimulus intensity), ecological properties (signal value or meaning), and, most importantly, by its collative properties (e.
In this regard his son Wasim Abbas (Famous TV actor) has arranged Quran Khani and collative prayers.
The future collapses into a past recovered in the present by a woman whose collative art suggests that she is not unlike the seer-poet who intervenes in past visions to create new ways of seeing and being.
Local sources said on Saturday that a collative wedding for 500 couples will be held in Mahweet province on 31 July.
Berlyne's influential analysis (Berlyne, 1971, 1974) linked hedonic value to three main classes of stimulus variable: collative variables (particularly novelty and complexity), psychophysical variables (such as intensity and brightness) and ecological variables (meaningfulness and associative value).
Information Theory and Collative Motivation: Incentive Value of Uncertainty, Variety, and Novelty for Children.
Uncertainty and novelty as collative motivation in children.
HEC to put up some resistance at this stage but Wapda spikers Rabia Malik, Atiya Maqbool, Samina Sehar, Zeenat Parveen, and Yasmeen Tabassum were too strong by power spiking collative blocking and counter attack to win the wonderful victory by 25-20.
More than two decades ago, Berlyne (1960, 1974) argued that interest is a monotonic function of collative variables such as novelty, complexity, surprise and ambiguity.
Berlyne claimed that we prefer those artistic stimuli which represent moderate levels of the collative variables, whereas stimuli representing extreme levels of these variables are comparatively disliked.