Recognition may refer to:
- Recall (memory)
- Award, recognition of a piece of work
- Diplomatic recognition, acceptance of the sovereign status of a political entity by other sovereign governments
- Intra-species recognition
- Antigen recognition, in immunology
- Molecular recognition
- Recognition (parliamentary procedure), the assignment of the floor
- Recognition (sociology), an acknowledgement of merits
- Recognition (tax), an income tax concept
- Revenue recognition
- Legal recognition, recognition of a legal right in a jurisdiction, such as the right to practice a profession such as medicine with a recognised professional qualification
- Rule of Recognition
- Legal recognition of sign languages
- Same-sex marriage#Legal recognition
- Gender Recognition Act 2004
- Recognition of same-sex unions in Brazil
- Recognition of same-sex unions in Estonia
- Recognition of same-sex unions in Florida
- Recognition of same-sex unions in Russia
- Recognition of same-sex unions in Serbia
- Recognition of same-sex unions in Slovakia
- Recognition of marital rape in Pakistani law
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... The recognition heuristic has been used as a model in the psychology of judgment and decision making and as a heuristic in artificial intelligence ... Although the recognition heuristic predicts that participants would judge the actual (recognizable) cities to be larger, participants judged the fictional (unrecognizabl ... tests the non-compensatory prediction of the recognition heuristic and states that "recognition information is not used in an all-or-none fashion but is integrated with other types of ...
... online anti-fraud site noted that "Melchizedek has apparently obtained some sort of recognition from some smaller states.. ... Claims that the DoM has received recognition from any major government are purely lies." ...
... law, when a government is recognized by another government, recognition is retroactive in effect, and validates all the actions and conduct of the government so recognized from the commencement of its ... In practice, they usually make no formal declarations regarding recognition ... He cites several examples including a memorandum on US recognition policy and practice, dated 25 September 1981, which said that recognition would be implied by the US ...
Famous quotes containing the word recognition:
“Justice begins with the recognition of the necessity of sharing. The oldest law is that which regulates it, and this is still the most important law today and, as such, has remained the basic concern of all movements which have at heart the community of human activities and of human existence in general.”
—Elias Canetti (b. 1905)
“In a cabinet of natural history, we become sensible of a certain occult recognition and sympathy in regard to the most unwieldy and eccentric forms of beast, fish, and insect.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“I waited and worked, and watched the inferior exalted for nearly thirty years; and when recognition came at last, it was too late to alter events, or to make a difference in living.”
—Ellen Glasgow (18731945)