Definition of Cross-modal
1. Adjective. Relating to different sense modalities.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cross-modal
Literary usage of Cross-modal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transportation Statistics Annual Report (1997) edited by Marsha Fenn (1998)
"(USDOT 1996d) Cross-Modal Issues Some safety issues (eg, the safety of children ... In the following pages, special attention is given to five cross-modal ..."
2. 50 Years of Transport Research by ECMT Staff (2005)
"Such practices are increasingly complex and cross-modal, possibly going beyond the legitimate field of (geographical or modal) intervention of existing ..."
3. Schizophrenia, 1993: A Special Report edited by David Shore, Samuel J. Keith (1996)
"These investigators assessed segmental set by using cross-modal RT in tasks in which the warning and imperative stimuli were presented in the same modality ..."
4. Department of Transportation: University Research Activities Need Greater by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"With this diversity of planning efforts, DOT cannot ensure that increasingly important cross-modal issues are adequately addressed. ..."
5. Alcohol and the Brain (1993)
"A recent study of cross-modal functions in alcoholics has disclosed deficits in ... cross-modal functions include the ability to use information from one ..."