self-differentiation


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self-differentiation

[¦self ‚dif·ə‚ren·chē¦ā·shən]
(physiology)
The differentiation of a tissue, even when isolated, solely as a result of intrinsic factors after determination.
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Additionally, each student employs study strategies tailored specifically to her unique academic needs, a technique that I call self-differentiation.
Data gathering tools were self-differentiation questionnaire, preliminary maladaptive schema questionnaire, attachment styles questionnaire, and quality of life questionnaire.
Although perfect self-differentiation is rightly considered an unattainable ideal (Skowron & Dendy, 2004), enhanced self-differentiation nestles comfortably within the ideological parameters of counseling practice.
The study, which was conducted on the mental health and self-differentiation the results of the study showed that people who have high levels of differentiation had less avoidance and distrust [15], Psychological distress [16,17] dysfunction ,anxiety and depression(18,19,20,21,22).
He considers Nietzsche on self-differentiation and genealogy, the incorporation of truth and the symbiosis of truth and life, the self-becoming of the world and the incompleteness of being, the origin of truth, existential reductions and the object of truth, and Merleau-Ponty's soft ontology of truth as falsification.
Older age and lower physical health, along with higher self-differentiation among less educated women, were also found to be connected to the perceived personal growth of grandmothers.
The event of the unfolding of these various forms of differentiation, its unfolding in each case as an ongoing process of self-differentiation, self-unfolding, and self-renewal across time, de Warren says, is what Husserl calls the transcendental "life" of the subject.
Couple forgiveness, self-differentiation and secondary traumatization among wives of former POWs.
Amrani proposed to the participants to think about a possible sub-regional approach within the framework of the MD involving the Maghreb countries, while preserving the basic principles of self-differentiation and non-discrimination to meet security challenges.
Schnarch (1991) identifies Jesus as an example of a highly differentiated individual: "His life, recorded by both disciples and foes, represents one of the superlative acts of self-differentiation from his prevailing culture.
Although Ranciere's essay reprises the central thesis of Le Partage du sensible on modernism's esthetic regime of the arts, it usefully complements his book on Mallarme (Politique de la sirene), and can serve also as pendant to Rosalyn Krauss' A Voyage on the North Sea: Art in the Age of the Post-Medium Condition (1999) which takes Broodthaers' work to be enacting the self-differentiation of mediums.
But just as Christian self-understanding holds contradictions based on ancestry within Judaism and self-differentiation from Judaism, Christian stereotypes of Judaism also suffer from a schizophrenic mentality: Judaism is identified as a "deficient-excessive physicality" which contrasts with the spiritual turn away from mere corporality found in Christianity, especially one given to allegorical analysis of scripture (p.