multimodal

multimodal
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  • multimodal — (adj.) 1899, from MULTI (Cf. multi ) + MODAL (Cf. modal) …   Etymology dictionary

  • multimodal — adjective Date: 1902 having or involving several modes, modalities, or maxima < multimodal distributions > < multimodal therapy > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • multimodal — /mul tee mohd l, mul tuy /, adj. 1. having more than one mode. 2. Statistics. having more than one modal value: a multimodal distribution. 3. Transp. intermodal. [1900 05; MULTI + MODAL] * * * …   Universalium

  • multimodal — mul·ti·mo·dal .məl ti mōd əl adj relating to, having, or utilizing more than one mode or modality (as of stimulation or treatment) <multimodal cancer therapy involving surgery, immunotherapy, and radiation> * * * mul·ti·mo·dal (mul″te …   Medical dictionary

  • multimodal — /mʌltiˈmoʊdəl/ (say multee mohduhl) adjective 1. involving a number of modes. 2. encompassing a number of different delivery formats, presented cohesively and synchronously, as images, videos, sound, and text: a multimodal learning material …  

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  • Multimodal therapy — is approach to psychotherapy founded by Arnold Lazarus. It is based on the idea that humans are biological beings that think, feel, act, sense, imagine, and interact; and that each of these modalities should be addressed in psychological… …   Wikipedia

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