Definition of Ideational

1. Adjective. Being of the nature of a notion or concept. "A notional response to the question"

Exact synonyms: Conceptional, Notional
Similar to: Abstract
Derivative terms: Conception, Ideation, Notion



Definition of Ideational

1. a. Pertaining to, or characterized by, ideation.

Definition of Ideational

1. Adjective. Pertaining to the formation of ideas or thoughts of objects not immediately present to the senses. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Ideational

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Ideational

1. Relating to ideation. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ideational

idealogies
idealogue
idealogues
idealogy
ideals
ideaphoria
ideaphorias
idear
ideas
ideasthesia
ideate
ideated
ideates
ideating
ideation
ideational (current term)
ideational apraxia
ideationally
ideations
ideative
idee
idee fixe
idees
idees fixes
idele
ideles
idem
idem sonans
idempotence
idempotency

Literary usage of Ideational

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1. The Psychology of Learning: An Advance Text in Educational Psychology by William Henry Pyle (1921)
"ideational LEARNING. The Nature of ideational Learning.—By ideational learning, we mean acquiring knowledge. In the last analysis, as pointed out in Chapter ..."

2. Experimental Psychology: A Manual of Laboratory Practice by Edward Bradford Titchener (1901)
"The author has chosen the phrase 'ideational types' or 'types of idea'--in accordance with the historical usage of English psychology — to denote what are ..."

3. An Introductory Psychology: With Some Educational Applications by Melbourne Stuart Read (1911)
"By the ideational mental processes is meant those conscious states which consist of images and ideas. The mind has images or representations of objects even ..."

4. Outlines of Psychology by Wilhelm Max Wundt, Charles Hubbard Judd (1897)
"In this sphere it is generally more difficult to draw the line between normal and abnormal conditions than in that of ideational compounds, because even in ..."

5. Psychology, General Introduction by Charles Hubbard Judd (1917)
"Animal behavior direct and perceptual, human behavior indirect and ideational. The significance of the evolution of the association areas can be seen by ..."

6. A Manual of Psychology by George Frederick Stout (1915)
"Feeling-tone of ideational Activity itself. Imagination. ... The end is simply the working-out of the ideational process itself, apart from any special ..."

7. Lectures and Addresses Delivered Before the Departments of Psychology and by Clark University (Worcester, Mass.) (1910)
"One of the reasons for the partial failure of the investigations up to date is due to the fact that the conception in regard to ideational types is ..."

8. Lectures on diseases of the nervous system by Jerome Keating Bauduy (1876)
"A person may be insane in his words, or may be insane in his actions; and this difference admits of the division of insanity into ideational and affective ..."

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