Definition of Change intensity
1. Verb. Increase or decrease in intensity.
Specialized synonyms: Dim, Dip, Hush, Pipe Down, Quiesce, Quiet, Quiet Down, Quieten, Louden, Soften, Sharpen
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Literary usage of Change intensity
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Outline of Psychology by Edward Bradford Titchener (1902)
"... of sensation from 1 to 2; but if we are affected by the stronger stimulus 120 cm., we must add more than 30 to it to change intensity 2 to intensity 3. ..."
2. Elements of Human Psychology by Howard Crosby Warren (1922)
"... will there be an abrupt change. Intensity differences in smell depend not so much upon the force with which individual particles strike the olfactory ..."
3. Psychology: A Study of Mental Life by Robert Sessions Woodworth (1921)
"There is the native factor, consisting of change, intensity, striking quality, and definite form; there is the factor of habit, dependent on past experience ..."
4. Philosophy of English Literature: A Course of Lectures Delivered in the by John Bascom (1893)
"... and must everywhere inter-penetrate each other in shifting proportions. They give to each other by contrast and by change intensity and relief ..."
5. The Urban Condition: space, community, and self in the contemporary metropolis by Ghent Urban Studies Team (1999)
"T”), who is “so highly engaged with risk, change, intensity, complexity, and novelty that the pursuit of those things is almost their hallmark” to the more ..."
6. Harvard Psychological Studies by Harvard Psychological Laboratory (1915)
"Feeling may increase gradually, decrease gradually, change intensity suddenly, with a sort of staircase effect, or stay fairly constant for a considerable ..."
7. A Treatise on Hydrostatics and Hydrodynamics: For the Use of Students in the by Henry Moseley (1830)
"The quantities X, Y, Z, are simply functions of x, y, %, when the given forces do not change intensity during the motion, and are directed towards fixed ..."