Noun(1) a conflict of people's opinions or actions or characters(2) the auditory experience of sound that lacks musical quality; sound that is a disagreeable auditory experience(3) disagreeable sounds
(1) A polarity is a relation between two broadly contrasting dynamic musical tendencies - say, between consonance and dissonance or continuity and discontinuity.(2) Likewise, changing existing beliefs reduces dissonance if their new content makes them less contradictory with others or their importance is reduced.(3) It pertains to our Safety and Happiness, to the dissonance between the two, and our wistful expectation of feeling simultaneously at home in our bodies, in the world, and in society.(4) And if I spoke louder in the Garrel film, it was once more to create a clash, a dissonance .(5) The famines in Africa today reveal the dissonance of reigning attitudes.(6) Most of all, he shows a flair for matching the climaxes in the action with musical climaxes, using dissonance , the singer's virtuosity, or instrumental sonorities to create the sense of heightened emotion.(7) Yet it carries an element of dissonance , especially in light of the reputation Americans have for being political pragmatists, not ideologues.(8) This study used mild emotional stimuli, those associated with people's reactions to musical consonance versus dissonance .(9) The dark, pessimistic feeling in me was clashing in dissonance with my attempt to rationalize at the time.(10) Horowitz disdained the expressive and formal role of dissonance in this music, and attenuated the pugnaciousness and philosophical implications that this repertoire must above all convey.(11) It is an instance of dissonance between weather and tragedy.(12) an unusual degree of dissonance for such choral styles(13) I'm well aware of the dissonance between substantive law and procedural law, and how the former tends to trump the latter.(14) The first of these is the pedal, typically a sustaining or reiteration of a note in the bass while harmonies change above it, creating dissonance with the bass in the process.(15) As well as being finely crafted there is a unifying mood that reaches a peak in an expressive pedal point, sustained dissonance in the horns with side drum interjections, preparing for a pensive conclusion.(16) The factors that produce motivation may be strongly influenced by the creation of social and intrapsychic dissonance which may be important to sustaining the quitters intentionality.
(1) cognitive dissonance :: 認知的不協和
1. dissension ::
2. disagreement ::
1. accord ::
2. agreement ::
3. concord ::
4. concordance ::
5. harmony ::
6. peace ::
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