associative

[ uh-soh-shee-ey-tiv, -see-, -shuh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF associative

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The matter, therefore, in which associative imagination can be shown is 11.

The aim of society should be the exploitation of the globe by associative effort.

Without this power of associative memory we would not be able to reason.

The sensory and motor mechanism has ripened, but not the associative.

As yet they have not become accustomed to associative action.

No wonder that the associative memory has to be most carefully cultivated in golf.

Fancy is aggregative and associative,—Imagination is creative, motive.

These are examples of the associative law for multiplication ( 58 (iv)).

Or would the thoughts be true if they had no associative or impulsive tendencies?

The element of associative suggestion also enters into the manifestation of sthetic emotional feeling.

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