immediacy

  1. lack of an intervening or mediating agency
  2. immediate intuitive awareness
  3. the quickness of action or occurrence

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Immediacy

• (n.) The relation of freedom from the interventionof a medium; immediateness.
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Immediacy

(Lat. in + medius, middle) Immediacy is used in two senses: Contrasted with representation, immediacy is the direct presence to the mind of the object of knowledge. See Presentational immediacy. Contrasted with mediation, immediacy consists in the absence or minimal and submerged presence of inference, interpretation and construction in any proce.....
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immediacy

noun the quickness of action or occurrence; `the immediacy of their response`; `the instancy of modern communication`
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immediacy

immediate apprehension noun immediate intuitive awareness
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Immediacy

[philosophy] Immediacy is a philosophical concept related to time and temporal perspectives, both visual, cognitive. Considerations of immediacy reflect on how we experience the world and what reality is. It possesses characteristics of both of the homophonic heterographs `immanent` and `imminent`, and what entails to both within ontology. ...
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Immediacy

Im·me'di·a·cy noun The relation of freedom from the interventionof a medium; immediateness. Shak.
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immediacy

A factor that affects the effectiveness of shaping behavior via consequences (reinforcements or punishments). After a response, how immediately a consequence is then felt determines the effectiveness of the consequence. More immediate feedback will be more effective than less immediate feedback.
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immediacy

immediacy 1. The quality or condition of being immediate.2. Freedom from intermediate or intervening agency; direct relation or connexion; directness; such as, 'The immediacy of live-television news coverage.'
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immediacy

[n] - immediate intuitive awareness 2. [n] - the quickness of action or occurrence 3. [n] - lack of an intervening or mediating agency
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