(1) This finding suggests that the difficulty to shift a cognitive set, reflected by the frequency of perseverative responses, is in favor of the WCST as a vulnerability marker for schizophrenia, whereas non-perseverative responses presumably indicate a state, but not a trait marker of the disease.
(2) "Others came back and left their children on the side of the road, but I persevered.
(3) As with the episodic memory test, the Alzheimer and Korsakoff patients made more perseverative errors than did the HD patients on letter fluency.
(4) That is, at each age at least 1 combination of delay and number of locations yielded above-chance A-not-B errors or significant perseverative search.
(5) It was concluded that although stimulus factors are involved in the perseverative response, conditioning factors are not of primary relevance in determining the tolerance.
(6) We must adjust to this new reality, while persevering with a long term plan to reduce current public sector spending.
(7) Others had so much invested emotionally and financially that they “turn their backs on the truth” and persevered.
(8) We have not caved, we have not given in, we have persevered, and we have not backed down.” Insiders said Sony appeared to be shifting its position while giving as strong an impression as possible that it had adopted the same line all along.
(9) An information-processing model is proposed to account for all patterns of oral-verbal perseverative response.
(10) Although essential blepharospasm is considered to be a form of focal dystonia, many patients with blepharospasm have been noted to have concomitant depression, anxiety, phobias, hypochondriasis, and other emotional and behavioral disorders, suggesting a psychiatric component to the disease that is phenomenologically similar to obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in terms of the repetitive, perseverative, and persistent nature of the symptoms.
(11) Beside a severe, global speech retardation, there are some distinct speech characteristics in the young fra(X) males such as rapid speech rhythm, speech impulsiveness and perseverative speech.
(12) Dominant temporal-lobe patients showed more perseverative errors than epilepsy controls.
(13) Perseverative tendencies can be suppressed with practice in discrimination learning situations, but the tendencies can then be fully reinstated by relatively minor distractions.
(14) Nondominant temporal patients manifested more total errors and perseverative errors relative to both dominant temporal and epilepsy controls, and more perseverative responses relative to epilepsy controls.
(15) All were inattentive, perseverative, and disoriented.
(16) Although a few patients were mildly dysnomic, the RR patients were not generally impaired on visual confrontation naming and they did not exhibit perseverative responding on verbal fluency measures.
(17) The inferior convexity lesions produced severe and lasting impairments on all three tasks, perhaps as a result of the perseverative disorder that has been associated with damage to this region.
(18) They made more errors during the sessions, specifically on the trials that were related to cognitive complexity, such as attempting to reach directly towards the reward through the transparent side of the box (a barrier reach), instead of reaching around it (detour) into the open side, as well as other awkward, perseverative or delayed reaches.
(19) For the frontal patients, significant correlations were found between the number of prompts on the AFT and the number of perseverative errors on the WCST.
(20) Yet it's worth persevering with Faludi's voyage into American man's psyche.
(a.) Firmly fixed or established; fast fixed; firm.
(a.) Not fickle or wavering; constant; firm; resolute; unswerving; steady.
(1) While visitors amble freely around the newly refurbished inside – the Pierhead is sure and steadfast in its role outside as the drastic red building, emblazoning the landscape of Cardiff Bay in all its regal beauty.
(2) "Although she was always a steadfast critic of apartheid, she had a much better grasp of the complexities and geostrategic realities of South Africa than many of her contemporaries," he said.
(3) One of those convictions was his steadfast and passionate belief in the importance of the US-Saudi relationship as a force for stability and security in the Middle East and beyond.
(4) His remarks came as the Republican leadership in the US Senate remained steadfast in its opposition to filling the supreme court vacancy under Obama’s watch.
(5) In a statement, a spokesperson said that the Obama emphasised that the US “remains steadfast in [its] commitment to the security of Israel .” Netanyahu told Obama that Israel “vehemently opposes” the framework deal .
(6) But the county authorities, along with Montana's state election officials, have steadfastly refused to grant the request, offering a panoply of excuses, many of them contradictory.
(7) The present review is first and foremost a tribute to Monroe Eaton and his colleagues for their trail-blazing discovery of a major cause of the atypical pneumonia syndrome and their steadfast vision of its importance.
(8) By being steadfast in our values we can impel Russia to rethink its ambitions; by being mild we can encourage their cruellest actions.
(9) He argues that the previous EULA was more restrictive, but is steadfast that "ranks" and "kits" are ways to pay for progress and therefore not allowed – whatever they may (or may not) add to the experience.
(10) Why not?” May on Sunday told Fabian Picardo, the chief minister of Gibraltar, that the UK remained “steadfastly committed to our support for Gibraltar, its people and its economy”, according to the details of a telephone conversation released by Downing Street.
(11) I have also never been more encouraged by your dedication and steadfast commitment to our future.
(12) "Secretary Kerry has a proud record of over three decades of steadfast support for Israel's security and wellbeing, including staunch opposition to boycotts," Psaki said in a statement.
(13) "Donor agencies were given highly credible first-hand accounts of serious human rights violations during their field investigation, and they have chosen to steadfastly ignore these accounts," says the report, written by Will Hurd, an NGO worker who served as a translator for a team of DfID and USAid officials on a visit to the region in January 2012.
(14) Confronted with steadfast mission requirements, increasing demands for dental services, and a reduction of professional staff, the Corps has responded to challenge with the implementation of an alternative to the limitations of established and traditional concepts of practice.
(15) The prime minister, Tony Abbott, has steadfastly refused to do so, citing the Coalition’s long-held refusal to talk about operational “on-water” matters.
(16) Though framed by record high temperatures and an increasing number of extreme weather events, the Paris talks are already beset by the same problems that repeatedly dog climate change negotiations: the richest countries steadfastly refuse to meet legal commitments and shoulder their share of responsibility , preferring to uphold the desires of all-powerful corporate lobbies.
(17) But where some traditions were broken, others remain steadfastly in place.
(18) Her commitment went beyond this role and she remained steadfast to social work and the people it serves.
(19) Is steadfastly denying her son so admirable, when other parents remortgage and raid pensions to help their children on their way?
(20) The mayor has steadfastly refused to step down since reports emerged of a video of him smoking crack.