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context effect

context effect n.

context effect n.

The Context of the Bulger Case and its Ripple Effect

Consultants In Context: Global Dominance, Societal Effect, And The Capitalist System

Women's Place in ‘Male’ Space: Gender and Effect in Parliamentary Contexts

Audience effect is context dependent in Siamese fighting fish, Betta splendens

Global Information Technology Pressure and Government Accountability: The Mediating Effect of Domestic Context on Website Openness

Sequence context effect on the structure of nitrous acid induced DNA interstrand cross‐links

The effect of sequence context on spontaneous Polζ-dependent mutagenesis in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

The effect of context on responses to racially ambiguous faces: changes in perception and evaluation

The effect of negative emotional context on neural and behavioural responses to oesophageal stimulation

Sequence Context of Indel Mutations and Their Effect on Protein Evolution in a Bacterial Endosymbiont

The Effect of Temporal Context on the Sustained Pitch Response in Human Auditory Cortex

The Effect of Language Learning Aptitude, Strategy Use and Learning Context on L2 Pronunciation Learning

The effect of ecological context and relatedness on larval cannibalism in a fungus-associated beetle

Searching algorithm for type IV secretion system effectors 1.0: a tool for predicting type IV effectors and exploring their genomic context

Relationships Between Wright’s F ST and F IS Statistics in a Context of Wahlund Effect

The Effect of Question Order on Self-rated General Health Status in a Multilingual Survey Context

 

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Any influence of surrounding objects, events, or information on an organism's response to a stimulus (1), especially on perception and cognition. See also adaptation-level theory, associative illusion, chequer-shadow illusion, dialectical montage, field effect, Gelb effect, induced motion, Kardos effect, word superiority effect. Compare framing effect.

Subjects: Chemistry — Psychology.


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