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- ‘A milieu deeply penetrated by interpersonal distrust forestalls the development of associability and mass membership in associations.’
- ‘The associability is determined by ignorance; when ignorance is removed by wisdom, the associability will be transformed into dissociability.’
- ‘Material clusters may be identified as matter endowed with associability, luminous bodies, clusters of speech materials, clusters of mind materials, or clusters of karmic material.’
- ‘These results indicate that learned predictiveness effects in human causal learning index an associability that is specific to a particular class of outcomes.’
- ‘Decreases in associability that occur as a stimulus is found to have either no consequence (‘latent inhibition’ 36) or a consistent consequence, are affected by manipulations of the hippocampus.’
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