seriation


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seriation

(ˌsɪərɪˈeɪʃən)
n
a serial arrangement or sequence; the act of arranging things in series or succession
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The cognitive stimulation workshop was designed to promote good cognitive functioning and included the following activities: calculation, attention, reasoning, spatial orientation, time orientation, linguistic-factors related exercises, memory, seriation, planning and categorization tasks, and information on healthy habits that prevent cognitive impairment.
Goethe passe d'une sensibilite tres grande pour le vivant a une comprehension dynamique des figures poetiques et reciproquement, il projette l'analyse de l'imagination creatrice du poete sur le probleme de la seriation des especes naturelles (Cassirer 2001 : 175-270).
Using PsycINFO, PsycARTICLES, and ERIC computer databases, we identified all peer-reviewed articles that included in the abstract (a) all possible truncations of addition, arithmetic, basic facts, cardinality, count, decimals, division, fractions, geometiy, math, measurement, money, multiplication, number conservation, number sense, numerals, percent, place value, algebra, problem solving, ration, seriation, subitizing, subtraction, symbol identification, telling time, word problems, and instruct, intervention, learn, teach, or train and (b) all possible truncations of autism located anywhere in the article.
Instrumental virtue consists not in movement as such, but in 'the seriation, the arrangement, the pattern of the instruments in their movements' (GO: 150) through which the disproportionate effect is produced" (Stebbins, Divine Initiative 242-44).
To assess the possible discrepancies between the sequential processing level (based on the seriation or temporal order of presentation of stimuli in problem solving) and simultaneous processing (which requires a graphic representation, frequently spatial, as well as the effective integration of stimuli in the solution to the problem) in children with a suggestive communication disorder (LD and speech sound disorder) at age 4.
Facteurs internes d'interpretation selon le systeme normatif international La seriation des raisons suivantes permet de degager une tendance vers l'option pour l'interpretation systemique de la legislation du travail c'est-a-dire a la lumiere du systeme normatif international represente par les conventions et les recommandations internationales du travail d'une part et par d'autres instruments internationaux des droits de l'homme adoptes dans le cadre de l'ONU d'autre part.
Activities with an academic focus also were included, such as book reading, solving geometrical shapes puzzles, working with seriation material, and so on.
Yet he tried to maintain an objective view of the world; for example, number he saw as an "operational synthesis" between the operations of seriation and cardination, a synthesis that could come into existence only after "conservation" status was achieved (ages 5-8 approx).
This is the second thing that converges in Levy's work--her interest in classification, seriation, and organization.