Definitions for "CUES"
Naltrexone Neural Urinalysis
Stimulant Naltrexone Suppository
Neural Tone Neurons Tracheotomy
prompts or instructions, verbal, non-verval, landmarks or gestures that assist persons in their daily living.
4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 Hand, body or facial gestures that communicate meaning with little or no use of language.
Information that provides clues to another's subjective structures, i.e. eye accessing cues, predicates, breathing, body posture, gestures, voice tone and tonality, etc.
Keywords:  neuritis, thyroxine
Neuritis Thyroxine
Neuromuscular Thermography
Keywords:  lumbago, somatic
Lumbago Somatic
Neoplasms Thermoregulation
Centre of Urban Ecosystem Sustainability—Manaaki Whenua and the University of Auckland
Keywords:  musculature, sphincter
Musculature Sphincter
Keywords:  triage, overdose, oral
Oral Triage Overdose
sources of information used by readers or listeners to construct meaning.
An international membership organization of professional credit union managers and other management level employees that promotes the acceptance and understanding of credit union management as a profession.
The information used by readers to understand the meaning in a written text. Language cuing systems include phonics, semantics, syntax, and visual.
Keywords:  microscopy, toxin
Microscopy Toxin
Keywords:  neurology, toxicity
Neurology Toxicity
Keywords:  tachycardia, membrane
Membrane Tachycardia
Formerly neutral stimuli that acquire the ability to elicit drug-craving through classical condition. Cues are also called triggers.
Keywords:  ptsd, theatre, robust, sort, effect
a robust effect in PTSD participants
A cue is the for an action to be carried out at a specific time. It is generally associated with theatre and the film industry. They can be necessary for a lighting change or effect, a sound effect, or some sort of stage or set movement/change.
Keywords:  thoracic, mobility
Mobility Thoracic
The alternative responses to questions that increase or decrease in intensity in an ordered fashion. The interviewee is asked to select one answer to the question.
Keywords:  rider, wishes, signal, horse, best
Used by players to signal to one another the best time to pass.
Another name for aids. Signals by which the rider communicates his wishes to the horse.