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the inflection of a verb that shows how its action is conceived by the speaker; mood
the classification of propositions on the basis on whether they claim possibility, impossibility, contingency or necessity; mode
any of the senses (such as sight or taste)
the subject concerning certain diatonic scales known as musical modes
the organization and structure of the church, as distinct from sodality or parachurch organizations
a concept in Anthony Giddens structuration theory
any method of therapy that involves therapeutic treatment
the state of being modal
a particular way in which the information is to be encoded for presentation to humans, i.e. to the type of sign and to the status of reality ascribed to or claimed by a sign, text or genre
{n} modal or accidental difference
The sensory channel used to acquire information Visual, auditory, tactile, kinesthetic, olfactory (smell), and gustatory (taste) are the most common modalities
a particular sense
According to Kant, the quality of propositions, as assertory, problematical, or apodeictic
a method of therapy that involves physical or electrical therapeutic treatment a particular sense a classification of propositions on the basis of whether they claim necessity or possibility or impossibility
Methods of treatment for kidney failure/ESRD Modality types include transplant, hemodialysis, and peritoneal dialysis
The program environment within which specific services are provided Examples: Inpatient, outpatient, residential, daycare, community, etc
One of the five senses (See Representational Systems)
1 In philosophy, "modality" refers to that family of properties which includes possibility, impossibility, contingency, and necessity To specify, then, the modal status of a proposition is to say something about its possibility, impossibility, contingency, or necessity One particularly fashionable way to explicate modal concepts in contemporary philosophy is through the idiom of possible worlds A proposition is said to be (logically) possible, for example, if it is true in at least one possible world; a proposition is said to be (logically) impossible if it is true in no possible worlds; etc Modal status is often contrasted with epistemic status, the latter having to do with whether a proposition is knowable or unknowable, known or unknown (Modal and epistemic status can link in sixteen different combinations See [34], esp 156-75 )
A generic term referring to ways of thinking, including both learning styles and multiple intelligences
The term used to refer to the number of major peaks in a distribution
{i} condition of being modal; mode, way of doing something, manner; form of sensation (taste, touch, smell, etc.)
type or kind of treatment (surgery, for example)
The quality or state of being modal
Having to do with the mode or manner that learning takes place -- auditory, visual, kinesthetic, or tactile
Modality refers to a specific paradigm of user interaction with products or services A device that offers only one mode of access cannot be used by someone who requires an alternate mode of access: e g if a product absolutely requires a person to have vision to be able to use it, it cannot be used by a person who has no vision Applying universal design principles generally means developing products that offer multiple modalities for interaction To list of terms
the automatic update of the Market Data
in scholastic philosophy, means the mode in which anything exists Kant divides our judgment into three modalities: (1) Problematic, touching possible events; (2) Assertoric, touching real events; (3) Apodictic, touching necessary events
verb inflections that express how the action or state is conceived by the speaker
Modality is used to describe the various classes of imaging devices used to image the internal structures of object The modality is mostly differentiated by the physics used to create the image For example Magnetic Resonance and Computed Tomogrphy are different modalities
The type of pathway by which information is received in the brain, processed, or by which learning and/or performance occur Some children have strong preferences for one modality over another, e g , one child may do better with visually presented material while another child may be do better by aurally presented material
The 3 modalities are different styles or manners of expression of the 4 elemental energies These modalities go by the names cardinal, fixed and mutable
a condition that makes a person or their symptom better or worse For example, better in a hot bath, abdominal pain better bending over, worse rainy weather, etc Modalities are one of the parts of a complete symptom
a method of therapy that involves physical or electrical therapeutic treatment
A modal relation or quality; a mode or point of view under which an object presents itself to the mind
the quality of music within a mode Most simply, the term refers to music that establishes clear choices of tones that relate to an unchanging music
a classification of propositions on the basis of whether they claim necessity or possibility or impossibility
Cardinal Fixed and Mutable, energies that are the driving forces of the Universe Another name for Cardinal is Initiating energy; for Fixed is Holding; for Mutable is Integrating Indigenous cultures are aware of these universal principles; astrology is the tradition in the West that holds the teaching about Modalities Each zodiac sign, from Aries through Pisces, carries one element and one modality
Cardinal, Fixed or Mutable, the modalities are often called the Quadruplicities or the Qualities Each represents a different dynamic - the cardinal modality initiates action, the fixed modality holds and maintains action, while the mutable modality adjusts and fluctuates
plural of modality
Each sign is related to a specific modality or "response style") Aries, Cancer, Libra and Capricorn are "Cardinal" (they tend to act directly and decisively) Taurus, Leo, Scorpio and Aquarius are "Fixed" (they tend to act persistent and determined) Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius and Pisces are "Mutable" (they tend to be adaptable, flexible)
– approaches to psychotherapy including individual, group, or family therapy