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Definition of "recoding" [recoding]

  • Present participle of recode. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "recoding" in a sentence
  • "As a result, almost every message entering short-term memory has to undergo a process called recoding."
  • "If one accepts their recoding of murder cases and adds in all cases classified as “injuries resulting from contact with blunt or sharp instruments, and injuries from firearms with unclear intent,” this would raise the murder total by 24 percent."
  • "Research findings confirming a hypothesis are accepted more or less at face value, but when confronted with contrary evidence, we become “motivated skeptics” (Kunda, 1990), mulling over possible reasons for the “failure”, picking apart possible flaws in the study, recoding variables, and only when all the counterarguing fails do we rethink our beliefs."