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schema

1. (in the philosophy of Kant) a rule or principle that enables the understanding to apply its categories and unify experience
2. Psychol a mental model of aspects of the world or of the self that is structured in such a way as to facilitate the processes of cognition and perception
3. Logic an expression using metavariables that may be replaced by object language expressions to yield a well-formed formula. Thus A = A is an axiom schema for identity, representing the infinite number of axioms, x = x, y = y, z = z, etc.
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Schema

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Schema (scheme) is an older, medieval term for a horoscope.

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Schema

 

the highest monastic degree in the Eastern Orthodox Church. Monks and nuns who take the vows of the schema are pledged to fulfill strict monastic rules, which by their degree of difficulty distinguish the great (angelic) schema and the little schema.

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schema

[′skē·mə]
(computer science)
A logical description of the data in a data base, including definitions and relationships of data.
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schema

Pronounced "skee-mah." The definition of a data structure such as a database or XML file. Schemas describe the data elements and their interrelationships. See database schema, XML schema and Schema.org.
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Key words: Childhood traumatic experiences, maladaptive schemas, histrionic, antisocial, narcissistic, borderline personality disorder.
"We also work on schema challenging, which means [when] in session with a client, as a clinician you are able to say: 'I wonder if this schema is coming up for you right now,' or Are you noticing any schemas as we're talking about this?' "Ms.
Dusseldorf Illustrated Schema Questionnaire for Children (DISC)
One of the limitations of the model proposed and developed in this study is the fact that it does not provide any clues if schema expectations are exclusively a component of either working memory or long-term memory, or indeed both.
The second test contains randomly chosen halves of Winograd Schemas. A system takes the second test only if it does sufficiently well on the first test.
However, maladaptive schemas partially mediated between paternal permissive parenting style and narcissistic personality disorder because regression weights fell from 0.12 to 0.09.
Observations indicated no schema or strategy instruction on a problem-solving heuristic was provided by the teacher or used by students.
These results also support using three-items to measure each of the seven schema.
These authors describe kata as strongly norming scripts "...formal ways of behaving (kata) forcing conformity of behavior on everyone." Japan's kata are tantamount to schema as described in the literature cited above.
Value of R with style of attachment as the only predictor is 0.83, while by adding the second variable preliminary maladaptive schema", value of R is increased to 0.87.
Therapy schema approach has been designed and developed by Yang and Gelasco (2003).

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