Definitions

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  • noun The quality of being nameable.

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Examples

  • According to the above definition, to say that nameability pervades knowability is to say that any locus of the property absence-of-nameability is not a locus of knowability.

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  • To address this, we tested for correlation between BOLD activity and ratings of nameability within each condition.

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  • All subjects received the same odorants, but those odorants differed across subjects in terms of their nameability

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  • Our results indicated that odorants were processed differently as a function of nameability.

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  • That said, the difference across all regions in relative sustained activity as a function of nameability was robust.

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  • In other words, the differences in activity likely reflected genuine differences in nameability, rather than some other olfactory trait associated with one group of odorants versus another.

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  • Again, there was an effect of odorant nameability (opercular: F (1,8) = 12.3, p figure 6A).

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  • To account for this, we made certain that all participants were exposed to all odorants before going into the scanner (when they rated the pleasantness, intensity and nameability of all odorants).

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  • [15], [25], where the relative contribution of each mechanism may be a reflection of the nameability of the odor.

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  • In left and right pirF, there was an effect of odorant nameability (left: F (1,9) = 5.9, p

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