Response

Response may refer to:

  • Response (album), a studio album by Phil Wickham
  • Response (liturgy), a line answering a versicle
  • Response (music) or antiphon, a response to a psalm or other part of a religious service
  • The Response (film)
  • Output or response, the result of telecommunications input
  • Response, a phase in emergency management
  • The second half of the stimulus-response relationship in psychology
  • The National War Memorial (Canada), also known as The Response.

Other articles related to "response":

Dialogic
... Every word has a history of usage to which it responds, and anticipates a future response ... This means that everything anybody ever says always exists in response to things that have been said before and in anticipation of things that will be ... minimize all orientations of the work toward the past or the future, and which prompts no response but obedience ...
2006 Riga Summit - Summit - Other Topics - NATO Response Force
... NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer announced that the NATO Response Force was finally fully operational since all capabilities necessary were in place ... also agreed to share the costs of airlift for the short notice deployments of the Response Force ...
Vortex-induced Vibration - Current State of Art
... realm of knowledge what is the dominant response frequency, the range of normalized velocity, the variation of the phase angle (by which the force leads the displacement), and the response amplitude in the ... will provide the necessary understanding for the quantification of the relationships between the response of a structure and the governing and influencing parameters ...
Gas Chromatography - Data Reduction and Analysis - Quantitative Analysis
... a calibration curve created by finding the response for a series of concentrations of analyte, or by determining the relative response factor of an analyte ... The relative response factor is the expected ratio of an analyte to an internal standard (or external standard) and is calculated by finding the response of a known ...
Free Response
... Free response is a type of question used in tests in education, workplace, and government ... Most free response questions ask or require the test-taker to state a belief, opinion, or write a short essay and support it with facts, examples, or other evidence ... Free response questions generally test more than straight knowledge and ask for a "big picture" type of response (see example) ...

Famous quotes containing the word response:

    Because humans are not alone in exhibiting such behavior—bees stockpile royal jelly, birds feather their nests, mice shred paper—it’s possible that a pregnant woman who scrubs her house from floor to ceiling [just before her baby is born] is responding to a biological imperative . . . . Of course there are those who believe that . . . the burst of energy that propels a pregnant woman to clean her house is a perfectly natural response to their mother’s impending visit.
    Mary Arrigo (20th century)

    [In response to this question from an interviewer: “U. S. News and World Report described you this way: ‘She’s intolerant, preachy, judgmental and overbearing. She’s bright, articulate, passionate and kind.’ Is that an accurate description?”:]
    It’s ... pretty good [ellipsis in original].
    Joycelyn Elders (b. 1933)

    I’ll never forget my father’s response when I told him I wanted to be a lawyer. He said, “If you do this, no man will ever want you.”
    Cassandra Dunn (b. c. 1931)