• repetition
  • Perseveration according to psychology, psychiatry, and speech-language pathology, is the repetition of a particular response (such as a word, phrase, or gesture) regardless of the absence or cessation of a stimulus. (wikipedia.org)
  • Symptoms include "lacking ability to transition or switch ideas appropriately with the social context, as evidenced by the repetition of words or gestures after they have ceased to be socially relevant or appropriate", or the "act or task of doing so", and are not better described as stereotypy (a highly repetitive idiosyncratic behaviour). (wikipedia.org)
  • The primary definition of perseveration in biology and clinical psychiatry involves some form of response repetition or the inability to undertake set shifting (changing of goals, tasks or activities) as required, and is usually evidenced by behaviours such as words and gestures continuing to be repeated despite absence or cessation of a stimulus. (wikipedia.org)
  • Android
  • So when with Android 4.2, and especially the 4.2.2 updates, the gesture recognition seemed to solidify and become more reliable, I decided that it was time to give Android a serious chance to replace my iPhone as my regular smartphone device. (marcozehe.de)
  • indicate
  • 8. The method of claim 7 , wherein the joints are displayed at positions defined by an average of the gesture actions whose corresponding boolean variable values indicate they will be displayed. (google.com)
  • For example, pointing through the extension of a body part, especially the index finger to indicate interest in an object is a widely used gesture that is understood by many cultures On the other hand, manual signs are conventionalized-they are gestures that have become a lexical element in a language. (wikipedia.org)
  • Deictic gestures occur across cultures and indicate that infants are aware of what other people pay attention to. (wikipedia.org)
  • body
  • These gestures are also known as pointing where children extend their index finger, although any other body part could also be used, to single out an object of interest. (wikipedia.org)
  • journal
  • Questions accompanied by gestures lead to shorter turn transition times -- that is, to faster responses -- than questions without gestures, and responses come even earlier when gestures end before compared to after the question turn has ended," Holler explained in a journal news release. (hon.ch)
  • visual
  • Gestures that end early may offer an early visual cue that the speaker is about to end, thus helping the listener to respond faster, she suggested. (hon.ch)
  • ideas
  • Once children begin to use spoken words their gestures can be used in conjunction with these words to form phrases and eventually to express thoughts and complement vocalized ideas. (wikipedia.org)
  • method
  • The resistance to transition may be a coping mechanism or the brain's method to compensate for the lack of ability to regulate the application of attention. (wikipedia.org)
  • Language
  • The onset of gesture has also been shown to predict and facilitate children's spoken language acquisition. (wikipedia.org)
  • Her current research projects examine the function of spontaneous gestures in thinking and speaking, the transition from arithmetic to algebraic reasoning, and the nature of mathematical reasoning and communication in children with language impairments. (wikipedia.org)
  • interest
  • Kalkau's interest in physical, cognitive and perceptive transitions materializes frequently in a scenographic performative gesture that she records through serial photographic prints. (wikipedia.org)
  • Microsoft
  • Microsoft recommends consistent acknowledgement of transitions, and user interactions (such as presses or swipes) by some form of natural animation or motion. (wikipedia.org)
  • second
  • A second threshold condition is applied to the FDM data adjacent to the detected peaks to identify frames at the start and end of the transition. (google.es)
  • 2) if the first threshold condition is satisfied, then applying a second threshold condition to one or more other FDM values to identify start and end frames for the transition. (google.es)
  • It begins with the piano playing bare octaves on C. The violin, viola, and violoncello then play the first theme, consisting of two sighing gestures of a descending minor second, followed by a descending theme. (wikipedia.org)