(psychol) a method of training in which the reinforcement is made contingent on the occurrence of the response Compare classical conditioning
- Instrumental music
Among instruments of music used by the Hebrews a principal place is given to stringed instruments. These were, (1.) The kinnor, the “harp.” (2.) The nebel, “a skin bottle,” rendered “psaltery.” (3.) The sabbeka, or “sackbut,” a lute or lyre. (4.) The gittith, occurring in the title of Ps. 8; 8; 84. (5.) Minnim (Ps. […]
instrumentarium in·stru·men·tar·i·um (ĭn’strə-mən-târ’ē-əm, -měn-) n. pl. in·stru·men·tar·i·a (-ē-ə) A collection of instruments and other equipment for a surgical operation or for a medical procedure.
[in-struh-men-tey-shuh n] /ˌɪn strə mɛnˈteɪ ʃən/ noun 1. the arranging of music for , especially for an orchestra. 2. the list of for which a composition is scored. 3. the use of, or work done by, . 4. agency; . 5. the science of developing, manufacturing, and utilizing , especially those used in science and […]
[in-struh-men-tid] /ˈɪn strəˌmɛn tɪd/ adjective 1. equipped with to perform specified functions, as testing, measurement, or control: an instrumented railroad car. [in-struh-muh nt] /ˈɪn strə mənt/ noun 1. a mechanical tool or implement, especially one used for delicate or precision work: surgical instruments. 2. a contrivance or apparatus for producing musical sounds: a stringed instrument. […]