No portrait by a great modern master could have presented him with more intensity, thrust him out of his frame with more art, as if there had been "treatment," of the consummate sort, in his every shade and salience
. The revulsion, for our friend, had become, before he knew it, immense - this drop, in the act of apprehension, to the sense of his adversary's inscrutable manoeuvre.
His keen eye still played with facility in its deep-sunk orbit; and fat, which levels all the characteristic saliences
of the human face, had not yet touched either his high cheek-bones, the sign of cunning and cupidity, or his pointed chin, the sign of acuteness and perseverance.
These were the anterior and posterior default-mode network, the salience
network, the left and right frontoparietal networks, and, as a methodological control, the visual network.
Perhaps the most pertinent are those of the default mode network (DMN) and the salience
network (BREWER 2011).
The authors argue that these changes are consistent with increased salience
of credit file information to the consumer at the time of severe identity theft.
 took similar distances as a T-D factor to regulate the corresponding B-U-featured weight coefficient to obtain an attention salience
Linda Court Salisbury and Gergana Nenkov of Boston College's Carroll School of Management conducted several studies that found the task of choosing an annuity increases mortality salience
by forcing people to contemplate their own death-ergo, to escape the mortality thoughts, consumers avoid the annuity option.
Less is known, for example, about whether (and how) issue salience
may moderate the impact of group cues and social norms on political attitudes.
It is widely believed that in-group salience
, which is activated through the presentation of in-group symbols, including nonspecific word primes (e.g., we, us) and specific photograph primes (e.g., in-group symbols; Gaertner et al., 2006), and out-group salience
, which is activated through the presentation of out-group symbols, including nonspecific word primes (e.g., they, them) and specific photograph primes (e.g., out-group symbols; Morrison, Fast, & Ybarra, 2009) will both improve an individual's in-group social identity intensity.
Among their topics are literal and figurative uses of the picaro: graded salience
in 17th-century picaresque narrations, the conceptualization of the world as stage in Colder n and Cervantes: Christian didacticism and its ironic rebuttal, the king as "maker" of theater: le ballet de la nuit and Louis XIV, theatrical metaphor and the discourse of history: Nikolai Karamzin, and the theater of the absurd and the absurdity of theater: the early plays of Beckett and Ionesco.
But if applied incorrectly, the disease salience
approach can backfire, causing behavioral paralysis and an inability to act, he cautioned.