decenter

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decenter

To remove centering or shoring.
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In Piaget's terms, intellectual realism period children have inability to shift attention from conceptual knowledge, fail to decentre, and are under impact of egocentric thought.
In addition to minimal or no treatment zone on fluorescein pattern analysis, the lens will often decentre inferiorly and there may be large bubbles in the reverse curve.
Additionally, the lens will likely decentre superiorly, and the alignment zone will show excessive fluorescein pooling.
While she insists that her primary goal is to decentre Western/European theoretical frameworks and make space for indigenous Caribbean feminist perspectives, she spends a large part of this book exploring and arguing for the very discourses she claims to decentre.
First to note is that soft lenses tend to decentre on the eye--potentially temporally because of the flatter shape of the nasal sclera that we now know exists.
The various growing fields of transnational history need scholarship that decentres the US-centric model and expands beyond borders, regions, directions, and peoples that have dominated this field of inquiry.