Definition of Readinesses
1. readiness [n] - See also: readiness
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Literary usage of Readinesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Educational Psychology by Edward Lee Thorndike (1921)
"... annoyance felt, repugnance overcome, effort made, bonds strengthened or weakened, sensitivities heightened or lowered, readinesses to conduct increased ..."
2. Educational Psychology by Edward Lee Thorndike (1913)
"To discover the exact nature of such readinesses is one of the notable tasks of the sciences of human behavior. THE EXPLANATION OF 'MULTIPLE RESPONSE' OR ..."
3. Educational Psychology by Edward Lee Thorndike (1913)
"... more inclusive, compound or group of bonds and readinesses. There is, theoretically, a variation possible from a function representing a single bond ..."
4. Educational Method by National education association of the United States Dept. of supervisors and directors of instruction (1922)
""What about readinesses and ... Resulting unreadiness "Each mind-set will have its own system of readinesses and ..."
5. A Social Theory of Religious Education by George Albert Coe (1917)
"... or resisted by appealing to general motives, but also a vast complex of readinesses to act in this or that specific way under specific conditions. ..."