German: Unterbringung
Accommodation refers to Piaget's development theory which is the process by which existing schemas are modified and new schemas are created to incorporate new objects, events, experiences, or information.

Accommodation refers to the changes in the thickness of the lens of the eye that focus images of near or distant objects on the retina. Also, the process by which existing schemata are modified or changed by new experiences

See also:
"Accommodation" is in the NAICS Code "72"
 (Accommodation and Food ServicesAccommodation and Food Services)


"Accommodation" is in the UNSPSC Code "30222500"
 Accommodation structures

Siehe auch:
"Unterbringung" findet sich im NACE Code "85.11"
 Krankenhäuser
Unterbringung und Verpflegung usw.


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Accommodation refers to a phonological process in which elements that are shifted or deleted are adapted to their error-induced environments.


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Accommodation refer to changes in the shape of the lens of the eye. In vision, bringing objects located at different distances into focus by changing the shape of the lens; changes in the curvature of the lens in response to the distance of the stimulus.


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Accommodation refers to a component of adaptation; process of modification in thinking (schemes) that takes place when old ways of understanding something no longer fit. In Piaget's theory, the process of changing a mental structure to incorporate new information; contrast with assimilation. According to Piaget, changing existing knowledge based on new knowledge; changes in an individual's cognitive organisation in order to deal with the environment Moreover, it is the Piagetian term for mental adaptation to one’s environment by reconciling differences of experiences. It is Piaget's term for the process by which children modify their existing schemes in order to incorporate or adapt to new experiences.

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