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- n. Lack of sociability; unsociableness.
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- n. Want of sociability; unsociableness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Want of sociability.
- n. Capability of being dissociated.
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Functional dissociability is associated with neural localizability in a strong sense, namely, the system in question is implemented in neural circuitry that is both relatively circumscribed in extent
Of the original set of nine features associated with Fodor-modules, then, Carruthers-modules retain at most only five: dissociability, domain specificity, mandatoriness, localizability, and central inaccessibility.
The genotype-phenotype map is the common theme underlying such varied biological phenomena as genetic canalization, developmental constraints, biological versatility, developmental dissociability, morphological integration, and many more.