mental adjustment

mental adjustment

[′men·təl ə′jəs·mənt]
(psychology)
The act or process by which an individual adapts his attitudes, traits, or feelings to the social environment.
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The implication is that those who started off on PCs or laptops (which have large internal storage) now have a significant mental adjustment to make, in accepting cloud storage.
It has a lot more power and incredible brakes, which requires a mental adjustment and a completely different style of driving.
We have gone through that process consistently and it always demands a mental adjustment, again to keep your ambition alive.
AHMAD RAZA: To be honest, it is just a mental adjustment.
They also have access to the wide range of advice, support and information available to help them make the mental adjustment to civilian life.
Com, “but it still takes a mental adjustment from years past that a listener in rural Iowa can be worth more at sale time than a listener in a major city.
We've been playing cricket and training every other day, so it's not like we're coming in underdone or anything like that, we've got plenty of cricket behind us, obviously it's a totally different format but it's a mental adjustment as much as anything," Hussey said.
And that underlined the huge mental adjustment his squad face after losing SPL status.
We have already made that mental adjustment and accepted the physicality of the (international) game.
The only mental adjustment you have to make when interchanging and shooting WMR and WRF in the field is the differing points-of-impact between the two cartridges.
The trouble is, these landscapes are now so familiar from magazines and travel brochuresthat you do have to make certain mental adjustment to appreciate Adams' pioneering achievement.