mentality

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mentality

the state or quality of mental or intellectual ability
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Although the first studies of African mentalities date from the mid-nineteenth century, then, the inauguration of psychiatric institutions that functioned as virtual laboratories for documenting madness across cultures began a period of officially sanctioned ethnopsychiatric inquiry.
These mentalities, cultivated for thousands of years by contrasting social structures in East and West, have in turn fostered Eastern and Western approaches to science, he argues.
My parents' conviction that we constitute one precious people - and my own awareness of how many different Jewish mentalities and identities Israel has embraced these past five decades.
While admitting that property owners share some of the blame for the problem, the designer puts most of the onus on retailers, particularly those with "bazaar-type" marketing mentalities.
Klaus Schwab, Founder & Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum and AIESEC Alumnus had this to say about the importance of AIESEC: "C*we have witnessed an incredible globalization of the markets and mentalities.