The film maintained the structure of the language of silent films and is distinguished by an expressivity
enhanced by the skillful editing, both symbolic and allusive.
A) Scale of Emotional Expressivity
(EES) (Kring, et al., 1994; a = 0.91), a 17-item self-reported measure using a Likert type scale of 6 points, with a range of scores from 17 to 102.
During the workshop held recently at the Philippine Embassy in Laos, Acoymo covered the philosophies of singing, the schools of singing pedagogy, and the seven interactive components and dimensions of singing technique and expressivity
Another common observation in PD is reduced emotional expressivity
, which has been demonstrated for both spontaneous and voluntary displays of emotion.
This book provides strategies and detailed instruction following three abilities of "feelingful intention, musical expressivity
, and artistic craftsmanship." It is not a manual packed with extensive and formal instruction to compose intricate and advanced compositions, but one filled with ideas and direction to give students the opportunity to develop listening skills, explore a wide range of musical possibilities and organize random ideas and sounds.
SSI assesses the social communication skills under six subscales at affective and social level; and expressivity
, sensitivity and control is associated with each level.
Sibod: Ideology and Expressivity
in Binanog Dance, Music, and Folkways of the Panay Bukidnon by Maria Christine Muyco
This type of work fits as complement to the training of professionals using body expressivity
, art or media.
Researchers at PARC have found that existing planners from the AI community fall short on several requirements, most importantly regarding the expressivity
of state and action representations and the ability to exploit domain-specific knowledge to prune the search space.
This work uses Richard Wright, KRS-One, Thelonius Monk, and the tradition of the Underground Railroad to explore the manifestations and the attributes of the underground (a multifaceted concept in African American culture) within the context of a more panoramic picture of African American expressivity
In Chapter 4, she argues that Crashaws persistently and often perversely physical poems show ambivalence about the 'corporeal expressivity
of incarnational Christianity' (p.