However, people primed to think abstractly
valued a career assessment tool that was accurate over a tool that was convenient (Freitas, Salovey, & Liberman, 2001).
The Pollock connection aside (and that's a big aside), the fact that she paints abstractly
is totally consonant with her age.
Yet many painters continue to work abstractly
with success, and the exhibition "The Spiritual Landscapes of Adrienne Farb, 1980-2006" at the College of the Holy Cross offers a survey of just such a one.
It must not be ignored, however, that such language could be helpful in the academic sphere, where the questions being debated may not be fundamental to the faith, but more abstractly
A Baudrillard essay on The Spirit of Terrorism, written soon after September 11, froths away abstractly
about the collapse of the Twin Towers being a fiction--'reality is a principle'.
It is possible to move forward in practice norms to address the dilemma that Eboo very well outlined in his paper, if we consider it in a community base rather than abstractly
With the plight of Tibetans embedded in the topography of popular and mass culture in the West, the filmmakers faced an interesting challenge--how to humanize a struggle that is abstractly
understood and for most of us watching the film, so far away?
Stack them up to make a multiple holder or use a couple as an alternative to a set of bookends or simply place them abstractly
around the room.
Some of the potential reasons for using different combinations are more likely to occur to students when real stamps are available than when the problem is presented abstractly
Numerous stage-set musical production numbers are interspersed throughout, neither firmly placed within the narrative nor abstractly
set against it.
This is generally overlooked because when people hear the phrase "the Ten Commandments" they tend to conceive of them en bloc and rather abstractly
as a set of basic moral principles that any right-thinking person would naturally endorse.
I cannot preach on baptism, whether Jesus' or ours, abstractly
Young comes across as a Bill Frisell acolyte, abstractly
floating and picking yee-haw tunes in turn.
Yet over time, said Piaget, Jacqueline's biological growth and experiences with the world would allow her to hold mental representations of objects in her mind, use deductive reasoning, see the world from another person's perspective, and think abstractly
general intellectual ability, referring to the ability to think abstractly
and to solve problems as measured by IQ tests;