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journaling

[′jər·nəl·iŋ]
(computer science)
Recording processes or transactions for backup or accounting purposes.

journaling

Keeping track of events by recording them in a log (the journal). See journaling file system.
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The reader can't but be impressed with Laws's full immersion into the journaling experience.
Although passive journaling has received a great deal of attention, a new form of journaling is now being integrated into therapeutic settings.
Some readers, particularly those for whom writing does not come easily, may tire of so many writing exercises, but Jones believes strongly in focused journaling as a process that leads to discovery.
Hypothesis 1a: Social motivations will increase basic journaling behavior on blogs.
Another innovative and promising method for encouraging and developing students' reflective stance is the use of video for journaling.
The primary question was, "What does reflective journaling reveal about the experience of cultural humility in nursing students participating in the community partnership clinical?
It's helpful to introduce mixed-media collage to students before they begin visual journaling.
Journaling is a method of exploring the thoughts and feelings associated with the experience.
Fortunately, talk therapy and journaling can help us gain clarity of thought.
Having chosen this object, the aim of the research was to find out how reflective journaling can help to improve the learning process.
INA Board member, Howard Butcher, UI College of Nursing has completed a study with caregivers of Alzheimer's patients and found that journaling was found to significantly reduce cortisol, a hormone considered a marker of stress response and which can be measured with a simple salvia test.