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  • noun Plural form of schema.

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Examples

  • Of equal importance to the current discussion is a view of consciousness as a complement to an underlying representational system that is characterized by schemas represented by distributed features cf.

    Handbook of Stress

  • Our ability to make sense of movie plots, to navigate novel situations, or even to form first impressions of the people we meet is greatly aided by what we psychologists call schemas.

    Choke

  • Our ability to make sense of movie plots, to navigate novel situations, or even to form first impressions of the people we meet is greatly aided by what we psychologists call schemas.

    Choke

  • Our ability to make sense of movie plots, to navigate novel situations, or even to form first impressions of the people we meet is greatly aided by what we psychologists call schemas.

    Choke

  • Maybe in the future, I'll describe the theory of frames though in this theory, they're called schemas that I think we should use.

    Understanding Frames with an Eye Toward Using Them Better

  • Maybe in the future, I'll describe the theory of frames though in this theory, they're called schemas that I think we should use.

    Archive 2004-09-01

  • The installation of the schemas is a manual process based on customer requirements.

    Site Home

  • In this step, we will deploy the EDI tutorial solution so that the "artifacts" required for the EDI messaging in the scenario described in this tutorial, namely schemas, maps, and pipelines are available to the BizTalk Server engine.

    Site Home

  • STEPPS participants learn how to identify and challenge automatic ways of interpreting events in their lives - called schemas - that can get in their way.

    A Mental Health Reader

  • They form what social cognition theorists (a branch of social psychology) refer to as "schemas," or organized understandings about something or someone.

    Cheney a Master of "Framing"

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