Definition of Numerosity. Meaning of Numerosity. Synonyms of Numerosity

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Definition of Numerosity

Numerosity
Numerosity Nu`mer*os"i*ty, n. [L. numerositas.] 1. The state of being numerous; numerousness. [Obs.] 2. Rhythm; harmony; flow. [Obs.] The numerosity of the sentence pleased the ear. --S. Parr.

Meaning of Numerosity from wikipedia

- they are heavily dependent on density and less on numerosity. Also, it was suggested that numerosity may be correlated with kurtosis and that the results...
- domain of numerical cognition include: How do non-human animals process numerosity? How do infants acquire an understanding of numbers (and how much is inborn)...
- Concept Reasoning Decision making Problem solving Numerical cognition Numerosity adaptation effect Approximate number system Parallel individuation system...
- M.P. (2008). "The development of automatic numerosity processes in preschoolers: Evidence for numerosity-perceptual interference". Developmental Psychology...
- symbolic and verbal number system in humans, researchers use the term numerosity, rather than number, to refer to the concept that supports approximate...
- Concept Reasoning Decision making Problem solving Numerical cognition Numerosity adaptation effect Approximate number system Parallel individuation system...
- 23(b). The 23(a) criteria are referred to as numerosity, commonality, typicality, and adequacy. Numerosity refers to the number of people in the cl****...
- Name-letter effect Naive realism (psychology) Negativity effect Novelty effect Numerosity adaptation effect Observer-expectancy effect Out-group homogeneity effect...
- doi:10.1016/j.cobeha.2017.02.005. Ditz, Helen; Nieder, Andreas (2016). "Numerosity representations in crows obey the Weber–Fechner law". Proceedings of the...
- (commonality [there are questions of law or fact common to the cl****], numerosity [the cl**** is so large that individual suits is impractical], and typicality...
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