nonsymbolic

nonsymbolic

(ˌnɒnsɪmˈbɒlɪk)
adj
not involving or using symbols
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The target end users of the proposed solution are capable of using only nonconventional, Nonsymbolic means of interaction with their environment.
We know from the computational universality of symbol systems that they are logically sufficient; however, considerable evidence suggests that many types of reasoning that must be directly available at the deliberate act level, such as statistical and spatial, are best realized there through nonsymbolic processing.
The people have stronger ability to interact by nonsymbolic then must be a kind a special ability to understand vague information.
A splash/cast piece is self-evident, an exposed manifestation of matter plus process--Serra's nonsymbolic this.
Individual differences in working memory, nonverbal IQ, and mathematics achievement and brain mechanisms associated with symbolic and nonsymbolic number processing.
Nonsymbolic arithmetic abilities and mathematics achievement in the first year of formal schooling.
Gavin's hypothesis that motifs were decorative and nonsymbolic must have greatly inhibited any progression from clue (powerful cloth/need powerful name/Nising/habitual loser/doesn't make sense) to truth (powerful cloth/need powerful name/gajah meram/fits).
To the objection that this is a reductionist interpretation of 'pure' or 'immediate' experience, one could answer by arguing that the allegedly nonsymbolic character of that experience does not entail that it is not culturally bound" (75-76).
If one accepts the ideas of Wittgenstein (1953/1958; see also Gergen, 1985), to be autonomous, clients would have to operate without language and in some nonsymbolic realm, because language places them in the sphere of social discourse--there is no private language.
Equivalence in symbolic and nonsymbolic contexts: Benefits of solving problems with manipulatives.
The UNIT's Symbolic Quotient demonstrated higher correlations with achievement than the Nonsymbolic Quotient, which is consistent with the differential prediction of achievement from the test's theoretical basis (McCallum, 2003).