discriminable

ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being discriminated
    discriminable faults
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  • For each minimally discriminable point within the perceiver's perceptual field (where these are identified relative to an origin and axes centered in the perceiver's body) we need to start by specifying whether it is occupied by a surface and, if so, what the orientation, solidity, hue, brightness and saturation of that surface are. Nonconceptual Mental Content
  • To separate the cognizing subject from its object, to attend to one discriminable element apart from its surrounding, and the like, are all condemned as falsifications of reality. Dictionary of the History of Ideas
  • In particular, the far distracters may have been more discriminable from targets in the window-present condition as compared to the window-absent condition.
  • In addition, these compliance subtypes were negatively correlated with each other, suggesting that they are indeed discriminable aspects of compliance.
  • When considering the kind of cognitive resources required for representing and acquiring these concepts and actions, the sacred and the profane may be less discriminable than is commonly assumed... Archive 2005-10-01
  • Tests of internal and external validity indicate that there are indeed discriminable response styles of child noncompliance toward teachers.
  • If so, impressions that arise in the specified conditions, though true, will be indistinguishable from false impressions - as far as any intrinsic discriminable character is concerned.
  • In the high-discriminability condition, a pair of highly discriminable shapes, X versus O, was used.
  • A second more critical problem is that the dimensions of spatial position and colour may not have been equally discriminable.
  • Greater saccadic selectivity towards those distractors sharing shape with the target was observed when more discriminable shapes were employed.
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