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to (one's) face

To one directly, often quite literally by speaking face to face, as opposed to indirect methods. Hey, if you've got a problem with me, tell me to my face instead of complaining about me to everyone else at work.
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to (one's) face

In the view or hearing of: insulted me to my face.
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Thierry et al speculations are also incompatible with the fact that a more negative N170 to faces is due to increases of power rather than phase-resetting of waveforms for faces as opposed to objects (see Bentin, 2007).
Responses to faces which participants did not subsequently recognise in the familiarity verification session (4.5%) were removed from the reaction time analysis, along with other incorrect responses (whole faces 6.5%, internal features 24.8%, external features 30.2%).
Student engagement and the opportunity to model are decreased even during then times class does meet because we simply don't have the time to get to know each other in the same way and even fun and effective online interactions don't always translate into the face to face environment.
"The question," says Sherry Turkle, a technology researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, "is whether you can use it constructively to bring it back to the face to face."
On the contrary, it conveys an awareness of reality in combination with the possibility of hope--reality because the revolutionary must always be prepared to face death, and hope because it symbolizes a resolute determination to bring about change.
When it comes to face smarts, researchers are finding that the size of an animal's brain may not matter as much as the company it keeps.
Future research to better understand the unique challenges and opportunities of distance education as compared to face to face and hybrid courses, needs to be pursued.
* Is my face to face, electronic and print communication effective?
as a particular existent unique and autochthonous, leaves itself" in order to face the other (39).
The Baron watches Bird struggle for a moment before he nods to Face, who begins slowly to free Bird from his restraints.)
Given that scholarship dealing with feminism in the technology based first year composition classroom is sparse, it is crucial to examine how well we as feminist instructors can fit our pedagogical objectives in both modes of instruction: face to face and online.
Even editors jealous of their turf must agree that communication is more effective face to face than face to page.
Compared with averted gazes, direct eye contact yielded higher peaks of a specific electrical response that had previously been linked to face perception in both 6-month-olds and adults.
Similarly, in classes using the case study method, groups of students who met to discuss cases using computer groupware outperformed those who met face to face (Schulman & Simms, 1998).
Controversy also surrounds efforts, conducted mainly with adults, to track down brain areas devoted to face recognition.