Definition of Automaticity

1. Noun. The ability to do things without occupying the mind with the low level details required. ¹



2. Noun. (medical) The ability of the heart muscles to contract independently of each other when separated or in unison when reattached in whole or in groups ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Automaticity

1. [n -TIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Automaticity

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Literary usage of Automaticity

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1. Inventors at Work, with Chapters on Discovery by George Iles (1906)
"CHAPTER XXII automaticity AND INITIATION Self-acting devices abridge labor . ... In the best modern types of engine this automaticity goes far indeed. ..."

2. Musical Interpretation: Its Laws and Principles, and Their Application in by Tobias Matthay (1913)
"Even admitting the necessity for muscular automaticity, he does not realise that a certain amount of reflection is imperative in acquiring it; that walking, ..."

3. Inventors at Work: With Chapters on Discovery by George Iles (1906)
"In the best modern types of engine this automaticity goes far indeed. Not only does the mechanism pump water as required into both the boiler and the ..."

4. The Functions of the brain by David Ferrier (1880)
"Effects of Destruction of the Motor Centres—Mechanism of Voluntary Motion—Broadbent's Hypothesis—-Recovery from Cerebral Motor Paralysis—-automaticity and ..."

5. Elements of Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses by Percy Millard Dawson (1917)
"automaticity. — All parts of the heart do not beat at the same rate, some beat faster than others. The most rapidly contracting part of the heart lies in ..."

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