- (of a word or expression) not agreeing with grammatical principles
- not correct; not in conformity with fact or truth; "an incorrect calculation"; "the report in the paper is wrong"; "your information is wrong"; "the clock showed the wrong time"; "found themselves on the wrong road"; "based on the wrong assumptions" (同)wrong
- used of the side of cloth or clothing intended to face inward; "socks worn wrong side out"
- any harm or injury resulting from a violation of a legal right (同)legal injury, damage
- that which is contrary to the principles of justice or law; "he feels that you are in the wrong" (同)wrongfulness
- not in accord with established usage or procedure; "the wrong medicine"; "the wrong way to shuck clams"; "it is incorrect for a policeman to accept gifts" (同)incorrect
- based on or acting or judging in error; "it is wrong to think that way"
- contrary to conscience or morality or law; "it is wrong for the rich to take advantage of the poor"; "cheating is wrong"; "it is wrong to lie"
- treat unjustly; do wrong to
- not exact; "an inaccurate translation"; "the thermometer is inaccurate"
- the quality of being inaccurate and having errors
- containing or characterized by error; "erroneous conclusions"
- not precise; "imprecise astronomical observations"; "the terms he used were imprecise and emotional"
- in an inaccurate manner; "he decided to reveal the details only after other sources had reported them incorrectly"; "she guessed wrong" (同)wrongly, wrong
- the quality of not conforming to fact or truth (同)wrongness
- lack of conformity to social expectations
- the use of expressions or actions that can be perceived to exclude or marginalize or insult groups who are socially disadvantaged or discriminated against
- exhibiting political incorrectness
- 『不正確な』,誤った / 適切でない
- 『正しくない』,間違っている,誤った / (道徳的に)『悪い』,不正の / 『適当でない』,ふさわしくない / 《補語にのみ用いて》(…が)『ぐあいが悪い』,調子が悪い,故障した《+with+名》 / 裏の,逆の / 〈U〉『悪』,不正 / 〈C〉〈U〉『悪事』,不法行為,害 / 『誤って』,間違って / 不正に,悪く / …‘に'悪いこと(ひどいこと)をする;‘を'誤解する
- 不正確な / まちがった
- 〈U〉不正確 / 〈C〉誤り
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- A stroke patient with impairment of auditory sensory (echoic) memory.
- Kojima T, Karino S, Yumoto M, Funayama M.Author information a Ichikawa Consultancy for Higher Brain Dysfunction , Chiba , Japan.AbstractA 42-year-old man suffered damage to the left supra-sylvian areas due to a stroke and presented with verbal short-term memory (STM) deficits. He occasionally could not recall even a single syllable that he had heard one second before. A study of mismatch negativity using magnetoencephalography suggested that the duration of auditory sensory (echoic) memory traces was reduced on the affected side of the brain. His maximum digit span was four with auditory presentation (equivalent to the 1st percentile for normal subjects), whereas it was up to six with visual presentation (almost within the normal range). He simply showed partial recall in the digit span task, and there was no self correction or incorrect reproduction. From these findings, reduced echoic memory was thought to have affected his verbal short-term retention. Thus, the impairment of verbal short-term memory observed in this patient was "pure auditory" unlike previously reported patients with deficits of the phonological short-term store (STS), which is the next higher-order memory system. We report this case to present physiological and behavioral data suggesting impaired short-term storage of verbal information, and to demonstrate the influence of deterioration of echoic memory on verbal STM.
- Neurocase.Neurocase.2014 Apr;20(2):133-43. doi: 10.1080/13554794.2012.732091. Epub 2012 Nov 23.
- A 42-year-old man suffered damage to the left supra-sylvian areas due to a stroke and presented with verbal short-term memory (STM) deficits. He occasionally could not recall even a single syllable that he had heard one second before. A study of mismatch negativity using magnetoencephalography sugge
- PMID 23173635
- Effects of child restraint system features on installation errors.
- Klinich KD, Manary MA, Flannagan CA, Ebert SM, Malik LA, Green PA, Reed MP.Author information University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA. Electronic address: firstname.lastname@example.org.AbstractThis study examined how child restraint system (CRS) features contribute to CRS installation errors. Sixteen convertible CRS, selected to include a wide range of features, were used in volunteer testing with 32 subjects. Subjects were recruited based on their education level (high or low) and experience with installing CRS (none or experienced). Each subject was asked to perform four child restraint installations in the right-rear passenger seat of a 2006 Pontiac G6 sedan using a crash dummy as a child surrogate. Each subject installed two CRS forward-facing (FF), one with LATCH and one with the vehicle seatbelt, and two CRS rear-facing (RF), one with LATCH and one with the seatbelt. After each installation, the experimenter evaluated 42 factors for each installation, such as choice of belt routing path, tightness of installation, and harness snugness. Analyses used linear mixed models to identify CRS installation outcomes associated with CRS features. LATCH connector type, LATCH strap adjustor type, and the presence of belt lockoffs were associated with the tightness of the CRS installation. The type of harness shoulder height adjuster was associated with the rate of achieving a snug harness. Correct tether use was associated with the tether storage method. In general, subject assessments of the ease-of-use of CRS features were not highly correlated with the quality of their installation, suggesting a need for feedback with incorrect installations. The data from this study provide quantitative assessments of some CRS features that were associated with reductions in CRS installation errors. These results provide child restraint designers with design guidelines for developing easier-to-use products. Research on providing effective feedback during the child restraint installation process is recommended.
- Applied ergonomics.Appl Ergon.2014 Mar;45(2):270-7. doi: 10.1016/j.apergo.2013.04.005. Epub 2013 May 31.
- This study examined how child restraint system (CRS) features contribute to CRS installation errors. Sixteen convertible CRS, selected to include a wide range of features, were used in volunteer testing with 32 subjects. Subjects were recruited based on their education level (high or low) and experi
- PMID 23731627
- Dorsolateral pFC and the Representation of the Incorrect Use of an Object: The Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Effect on N400 for Visual and Linguistic Stimuli.
- Balconi M, Vitaloni S.Author information Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy.AbstractIn this study, we explored the representation of an incongruent action (instrumentally incorrect use of an object) in comparison with sentences ending with an incongruent action word, taking into account the role of the activation of the left dorsolateral pFC (DLPFC). This activity was appositely modulated by transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). The effect of tDCS when participants processed congruent/incongruent object-related actions (Experiment 1) or sentences (Experiment 2) was verified by measuring changes in the ERP N400, error rates (ERs), and RTs. In Experiment 1, 30 participants performed the detection task within a dynamic context (video tapes representing a sequence of four action frames). In Experiment 2, 28 participants read sentences that represented object-related actions. The stimulation effect (a cathode applied to the DLPFC and an anode to the right supraorbital region) was analyzed by comparing the ER, RT, and ERP profiles before and after stimulation (or sham treatment). A significant reduction of the N400 was observed for incongruent stimuli in the case of cathodal (inhibitory) stimulation of the DLPFC in comparison with prestimulation conditions for Experiment 1, but not Experiment 2. Moreover, ERs were increased, and RTs were reduced in response to incongruent conditions after tDCS, but not after sham stimulation in Experiment 1. It is suggested that perturbation of the DLPFC may limit the ability to analyze a semantically anomalous action sequence as a reduced N400 ERP effect and increased random responses was observed. Finally, the contribution of the frontal area to the semantic processing of actions is discussed.
- Journal of cognitive neuroscience.J Cogn Neurosci.2014 Feb;26(2):305-18. doi: 10.1162/jocn_a_00500. Epub 2013 Oct 21.
- In this study, we explored the representation of an incongruent action (instrumentally incorrect use of an object) in comparison with sentences ending with an incongruent action word, taking into account the role of the activation of the left dorsolateral pFC (DLPFC). This activity was appositely mo
- PMID 24144247
- A robust methodology to subclassify pseudokinases based on their nucleotide-binding properties.
- Murphy JM, Zhang Q1, Young SN2, Reese ML3, Bailey FP4, Eyers PA4, Ungureanu D5, Hammaren H5, Silvennoinen O5, Varghese LN, Chen K, Tripaydonis A2, Jura N6, Fukuda K7, Qin J7, Nimchuk Z8, Mudgett MB9, Elowe S10, Gee CL11, Liu L12, Daly RJ12, Manning G13, Babon JJ, Lucet IS1.Author information 1‡Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, School of Biomedical Sciences, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria 3800, Australia.2*The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Parkville, Victoria 3052, Australia.3§Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 24305-5124, U.S.A.4¶Department of Biochemistry, Institute of Integrative Biology, University of Liverpool, Liverpool L69 7ZB, U.K.5∥School of Medicine and Institute of Biomedical Technology, University of Tampere and Tampere University Hospital, Tampere 33014, Finland.6**Cardiovascular Research Institute and Department of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 94158-9001, U.S.A.7††Department of Molecular Cardiology, Lerner Research Institute, NB20, Cleveland Clinic, 9500 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44195, U.S.A.8‡‡Department of Biology, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 91125, U.S.A.9§§Department of Biology, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 24305-5020, U.S.A.10¶¶Centre de Recherche du Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Québec and and Faculté de Médicine, Département de Pédiatrie, Université Laval, Québec G1V 4G2, Canada.11∥∥Australian Synchrotron, Clayton, Victoria 3168, Australia.12***Cancer Research Program, The Kinghorn Cancer Centre, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, 370 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney, NSW 2010, Australia.13†††Genentech, 1 DNA Way, MS 93, South San Francisco, CA 94010, U.S.A.AbstractProtein kinase-like domains that lack conserved residues known to catalyse phosphoryl transfer, termed pseudokinases, have emerged as important signalling domains across all kingdoms of life. Although predicted to function principally as catalysis-independent protein-interaction modules, several pseudokinase domains have been attributed unexpected catalytic functions, often amid controversy. We established a thermal-shift assay as a benchmark technique to define the nucleotide-binding properties of kinase-like domains. Unlike in vitro kinase assays, this assay is insensitive to the presence of minor quantities of contaminating kinases that may otherwise lead to incorrect attribution of catalytic functions to pseudokinases. We demonstrated the utility of this method by classifying 31 diverse pseudokinase domains into four groups: devoid of detectable nucleotide or cation binding; cation-independent nucleotide binding; cation binding; and nucleotide binding enhanced by cations. Whereas nine pseudokinases bound ATP in a divalent cation-dependent manner, over half of those examined did not detectably bind nucleotides, illustrating that pseudokinase domains predominantly function as non-catalytic protein-interaction modules within signalling networks and that only a small subset is potentially catalytically active. We propose that henceforth the thermal-shift assay be adopted as the standard technique for establishing the nucleotide-binding and catalytic potential of kinase-like domains.
- The Biochemical journal.Biochem J.2014 Jan 15;457(2):323-34. doi: 10.1042/BJ20131174.
- Protein kinase-like domains that lack conserved residues known to catalyse phosphoryl transfer, termed pseudokinases, have emerged as important signalling domains across all kingdoms of life. Although predicted to function principally as catalysis-independent protein-interaction modules, several pse
- PMID 24107129
- 岡山県立大学保健福祉学部紀要 = BULLETIN OF FACULTY OF HEALTH AND WELFARE SCIENCE, OKAYAMA PREFECTURAL UNIVERSITY 22, 145-151, 2016-03-12
- NAID 120005719332
- 戦後70年の労働運動と社会運動ユニオニズム : 日本における伝統の検証とその再生のために(<特集>戦後70年: 日本資本主義の現局面)
- Age-dependency of posture parameters in children and adolescents
- incorrectとは。意味や和訳。[形]1 正しくない, 事実に反する, 間違った.2 〈行動などが〉妥当でない.in・cor・rect・ly[副]in・cor・rect・ness[名] - goo辞書は国語、英和、和英、中国語、百科事典等からまとめて探せる辞書検索サービス ...
- incorrect m (feminine incorrecte, masculine plural incorrects, feminine plural incorrectes) incorrect (not correct) incorrect (socially unacceptable) Retrieved from "http://en.wiktionary.org/w/index.php?title=incorrect&oldid=25532230" : ...