But the point of the kouros
exercise is to recognize deliberate emulation by Greek elites of foreign models.
Not only the presence of general distress, but the presence of alexithymia itself has also been linked to contextual factors, such as poverty, harsh environments (Joukamaa et al., 2007), early adversity, and trauma (Smith, Kouros
, & Meuret, 2014).
Learning a bit of German and English, while at the same time focusing on his work in a gigantic studio, overlooked by a plaster Greek kouros
reproduction that dominated the room, provided him with autonomy and also the time to reflect on the fetish.
koLiniotou-koumPiA e, kouRos
P, zAfiRiAdis L, koumPiA e, dionysoPouLos P, kARAGiAnnis v.
The characteristic works are the male (Greek kouroi, singular kouros
, meaning "young man") and female (korai, singular kore, meaning "maiden") votive figures, which also served as grave markers (6).
, Southern Methodist University, Dallas along with his colleagues, got published in the Journal of Family Psychology.
, Southern Methodist University said that children suffer consequences when mom and dad argue or have tension in their relationship, and while moms compartmentalize marital conflict after first day, dads let the negative emotions and tension from their marriage spill over and harm the bond they have with their child.
A questionnaire called SAGE (Students' Attitudes towards Group Environment) developed by Kouros
and Abrami (2006) was used as instrument for exploring students' attitudes towards cooperative learning.
Nouri-Mahdavi, Nastaran Nosrat, Ramin Sahebghalamand Mehdi Jahanmard; Pseudoexfoliation syndrome in Central Iran: A population based survey Acta Ophthalmol.
Clerides' coffin was accompanied by President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, his daughter Katie and his longtime friend and associate Pantelis Kouros