(n.) The tail; the end of a thing; especially, a tail-like twist of hair worn at the back of the head; a queue.
(n.) The last words of a play actor's speech, serving as an intimation for the next succeeding player to speak; any word or words which serve to remind a player to speak or to do something; a catchword.
(n.) A hint or intimation.
(n.) The part one has to perform in, or as in, a play.
(n.) Humor; temper of mind.
(n.) A straight tapering rod used to impel the balls in playing billiards.
(v. t.) To form into a cue; to braid; to twist.
(n.) A small portion of bread or beer; the quantity bought with a farthing or half farthing.
(1) In some experiments heart rate and minute ventilation (central vactors) appear to be the dominant cues for rated perceived exertion, while in others, local factors such as blood lactate concentration and muscular discomfort seem to be the prominent cues.
(2) There was no significant effect of the factor "cues."
(3) Almost nothing is known about nature and timing of the embryonic cues which induce or initiate spicule formation by these cells.
(4) Two mechanisms are evident in chicks' spatial representations: a metric frame for encoding the spatial arrangement of surfaces as surfaces and a cue-guidance system for encoding conspicuous landmarks near the target.
(5) Sleep was defined behaviorally as failure to respond to the faint auditory RT cue.
(6) Fifty-one severely retarded adults were taught a difficult visual discrimination in an assembly task by one of three training techniques: (a) adding and reducing large cue differences on the relevant-shape dimension; (b) adding and fading a redundant-color dimension; or (c) a combination of the two techniques.
(7) However, these models differ in their predictions about the effect of trial order on cue interaction.
(8) These additional cues involved different sensations in effort of the perfomed movement sliding heavy object vs. sliding light object (sS test), as well as different sensations in pattern of movement and joints - sliding vs. lifting of an object (SL test).
(9) Through cues or precues, attention was directed to one location of a multistimulus visual display and, while attention was so engaged, the identity of a stimulus located at a different position in the display was changed.
(10) For both the single- and multiple-band signals, performance was best when the signal band(s) had a different envelope from the common envelope of the cue bands, and performance was worst when either the cue bands all had different envelopes, or the signal and cue bands all shared the same envelope.
(11) Cues conditioned to food elicit eating by selectively activating appetitive systems.
(12) Comparison of implant-user performance with the temporal-only data reported here can help determine whether the speech information available to the implant user consists of entirely temporal cues, or is augmented by spectral cues.
(13) The students received cues-pause-point training on an initial question set followed by generalization assessments on a different set in another setting.
(14) However, in a double-cue conditioning paradigm in which both command words were presented alone on different trials and reinforced, response latency was longer and puff attenuation poorer among Vs than when the UCS was signaled by a unique cue.
(15) In 1943 Konrad Lorenz postulated that certain infantile cues served as releasers for caretaking behaviour in human adults.
(16) A Rhesus monkey was trained to discriminate between 2 acoustic signals, preceded by visual cues, that instructed which of 2 movements to make.
(17) On three of the tests, the independent variable was a spectral cue and on three others a temporal cue was manipulated.
(18) These findings suggest that health professionals, particularly nurses, who work with families in their homes, must be alert and sensitive to cues and circumstances which could indicate suffering, and in so doing, take the necessary steps to ameliorate their situation.
(19) To investigate this issue, data from two previous papers were reanalysed to investigate the complete time course of precuing target location with either: (1) a peripheral cue that may draw attention reflexively, or (2) a central, symbolic cue that may require attention to be directed voluntarily.
(20) Roberts described the TGF-betas as providing the cells with cues to their temporal positions in a developmental program, that is, telling the cells "where they were, where they are, and where they're going."