noncontingent

noncontingent

(ˌnɒnkənˈtɪndʒənt)
adj
not caused or dependent on anything else
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extinction) or the presentation of noncontingent food reinforcement between the components of the multiple schedules (i.
Also, not less than 50% of aggregate noncontingent, liquidated debt must arise out of a farming operation owned and operated by an individual and spouse.
After several rounds of competitive bidding, we were able to negotiate a completely noncontingent contract and a sale of $314-per-buildable-square-foot, which is $1 million above the original asking price.
Indeed it has been show that during simulated TT's, performance was enhanced by the provision of noncontingent feedback (visual representation of past performance) through increased mean power output and heightened RPE which were associated with an increased energy yield from anaerobic energy sources.
Although the generality of this finding has not yet been established within treatment contexts, it suggests that some treatment procedures (such as DRA and FCT, which involve explicit reinforcement of an alternative response) may be less likely to lead to later resurgence than other procedures (particularly DRO or noncontingent reinforcement, which do not involve reinforcement of an alternative behavior).
The second article found that contingent workers were more likely than noncontingent workers to be female, Black, young, enrolled in school, and employed in either services or construction; more than 10 percent were teachers.
18, [section]17742(b), specifies that a noncontingent beneficiary is "one whose interest is not subject to a condition precedent.
In the situation where a lawyer and client enter a contract for part noncontingent and part contingent attorney's fees, rule 4-1.
Typically, that thesis is taken to be noncontingent by its proponents.
In addition, procedural fidelity was estimated by the occurrence or nonoccurrence of the following variables, which were recorded on a trial-by-trial basis: presentation of a new, correctly placed word or symbol; provision of an instructional cue; correct administration of a time delay; correct administration of a controlling prompt; no additional assistance; and noncontingent verbal praise for attentive behavior.
Then the teacher would remove the noncontingent attention for the next two minutes, ending the sequence by reinstating noncontingent attention for two additional minutes.