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. Hultengren S. Martinson P.-O. Semenov S. Lichen sensitivity and air pollution. Swedish Environment Protection Agency. Report 4007, Uppsala 1992 1 72 Kappen L. Ecophysiological relationships in different climatic regions. In: CRC Handbook of Lichenology. Galun M. CRC Press 1988 2 37 99 Orlando, FL Kappen

In: Israel Journal of Plant Sciences
Author: Daniel Immerman

1 Introduction S’s belief in a proposition P is sensitive just in case the following holds: if P were false, S would not believe P. 1 Some think that sensitivity is a necessary condition on knowledge. That is, they endorse: Sensitivity Necessarily, if S knows that P then S’s belief

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism

than in honeybees or lepidopterans, but so far studies revealed that ants also possess some kind of photoreceptive ability providing them with spectral sensitivity, learning and discrimination. At first glance, the present data on ant color vision reveal that the species tested have at least

In: Animal Biology
In this book, we introduce several sensitivity measures in educational contexts that can be used in research, education and self-evaluations. In Chapter 1 we discuss the framework of Howard Gardner‘s Multiple Intelligences theory and introduce our Multiple Intelligences Profiling Questionnaire. We present the psychometrical qualities of the instrument with empirical data sets of children, youth and adults. In Chapter 2 the Spiritual Sensitivity Scale is introduced with the theoretical framework it is connected to. The existence of spiritual intelligence has been a widely debated issue and not everybody is ready to call advanced thinking in religious or spiritual domains as intelligence. This has guided us to use the term sensitivity, which is easier to justify than intelligence in these areas of human behavior. In Chapter 3 we introduce the Environmental Sensitivity Scale, which is quite close to the possible intelligence of naturalist suggested by Gardner. In Chapter 4, Ethical Sensitivity Scale is introduced followed by Emotional Leadership Questionnaire in Chapter 5. All these scales have a solid theoretical framework and earlier empirical work to support the instrument building. Chapter 6 introduces Intercultural and Interreligious Sensitivity Scales with their theoretical frameworks and earlier empirical work. Following each chapter, we have included a ready-to-use version of the questionnaire and SPSS syntax to compute factors. A commentary by Dr. Seana Moran compliments the book and challenges the readers to further reflect the meaning of education in supporting holistic development of learners in their life-long journey. We have authored this book to contribute to this goal and hope it will be used in the hands of researchers, teachers and students in their mutual effort to grow and to learn new things in life.

-tracking of one’s belief must extend further from actuality for one to count as knowing. DeRose 2017 : 28 2 Contextual Shifts: The Rule of Sensitivity Assuming that any given conversational context is assigned a particular standard of ‘knowledge’, the question arises as to how such epistemic

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism

in the direction expected if subjects’ performance is limited by a minimum perceived depth. Keywords : Stereopsis; perceived depth; sensitivity; 3D shape; viewing distance; acuity; stereoacuity. INTRODUCTION The magnitude of the horizontal disparities projected by an object in the world depends on

In: Spatial Vision

electrical stimuli by reduction of the coeffi cient of variation, absence of a threshold, and phase locking. Keywords Spontaneous activity; resting discharge; primary aff erent fi bres; bandwidth; detection threshold; sensitivity; electroreception; Ameiurus nebulosus; carrier frequency; glutamatergic synapse

In: Animal Biology
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The Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient (JESHO) publishes original research articles in Asian, Near, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean Studies across history. The journal promotes world history from Asian and Middle Eastern perspectives and it challenges scholars to integrate cultural and intellectual history with economic, social and political analysis. The editors of the journal invite both early-career and established scholars to present their explorations into new fields of research. JESHO encourages debate across disciplines in the humanities and the social sciences. Published since 1958, JESHO is the oldest and most respected journal in its field.

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conflict. We designed experiments to determine if unbiased sensitivity to illusory differences in the size and distance of the moon (as measured by d ′ ) is consistent with SDIH. A moon above a ‘terrain’ was compared in both distance and size to an infinitely distant moon in empty space (the reduction moon

In: Spatial Vision