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Definition of the noun adience

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noun - plural: -

  1. (psychology) an urge to accept or approach a situation or an object

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Google previewDictionary of Psychology (2000)

Adience Adaptive traits. Personality traits that are necessary in order to carry out a particular task-situation (Allport). Adaptometer. Any instrument used to measure sensory adaptation specially dark adaptation. Addiction. Physiological and ...

Google previewSupplement to The Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language (1825)

Illustrating the Words in Their Different Significations, by Examples from Ancient and Modern Writers, Shewing Their Affinity to Those of Other Languages ... by John Jamieson

ADIENCE. To adience, to ...

Google previewOxford English Dictionary Additions Series (1997)

by John A. Simpson, E. S. C. Weiner

So ' adience ...

Google previewLewis' Dictionary of Toxicology (1998)

by Robert Alan Lewis

adience. abient. of or pertaining to the tendency to withdraw from or avoid the source of a stimulus. Cf. adient. Abies balsamea (balsam fir; Canada balsam; eastern fir). the only fir tree (Family Pinaceae) that is native to northeastern North ...

Google previewMosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)

by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis

adience, n. Adie's pupil /ƗމdƝz/ [William J. Adie, English physician, 1886– 1935], a benign condition of the eyes, marked by one pupil that reacts much more slowly to light changes and to accommodation than the pupil of the other eye.

Google previewMacmillan Dictionary of Psychology (1991)

by Stuart Sutherland

adience. Approach behaviour. adipocytes. The cells that store body fat; dieting appears to reduce the amount of fat stored in each, but not the ...

Google previewDictionary of Psychotherapy (2014)

by Sue Walrond-Skinner

Adience, selfactualisation and drive theory (inWepman, J.M.and Heine, R.W.(eds), Conceptsof Personality,Aldine Atherton, Chicago). COFER,C. N.and Appley, M. H.(1964), Motivation: Theory and ...

Google previewDictionary Of The Social Sciences (1996)

by Hugo F. Reading

adience n. adjudication l. settling disputes peacefully by authoritative decision aimed at justice between the parties. 2. the use of authority in resolving coi\flicts between persons or groups. adjudicate v. adjudication, adminiitratlve ...

Google previewMosby's Medical Dictionary (2016)

by Mosby

adience, n. Adie's pupil /ā′′dēz/ [ William J. Adie, English physician, 1886–1935], an abnormal condition of the eyes ...

Google previewAn Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language (1840)

... to which is Prefixed, A Dissertation on the Origin of the Scottish Language by John Jamieson

ADIENCE, s. ADILL, ADDLE, s. 2. The urine of black cattle, Renfrews. Used as an adj. in an oblique sense, from Fr. adieu, which sometimes approaches pretty near to this. Adieu estaussi un terme de commandement, de chagrin, ou de refus, ...

Google previewCRC Dictionary of Agricultural Sciences (2001)

by Robert Alan Lewis

adience. 1: the tendency to approach the source of a stimulus. 2: movement toward a stimulus; an approach response. See also abience. adient. positive; having the tendency to approach the source of stimulus. -VD1N.

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