mentality

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mentality

the state or quality of mental or intellectual ability
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After the Algiers faculte instituted psychiatric instruction in 1925, Porot's observations defined his teachings, and his students produced theses and articles that clearly articulated theories about Algerian mentalities.
Photo: In an era when much of American pop music is dominat ed by Wall Street mentalities disguised in stringy hair and grunge hand-me-downs, the uniqueness of Phil Ochs still stands out.
This latter result is particularly interesting with regard to the history of mentalities in the eighteenth century.
Tudor Political Culture is a handsomely illustrated collection of twelve original interdisciplinary essays that illuminate the unwritten codes and mentalities of Tudor England.
Rather than simply laying the blame at the feet of the hegemonic forces and elitist mentalities that guided the museum from its inception, the authors argue for a more complex rationale for why social history did not radically change the messages told at Colonial Williamsburg.