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self-analysis

[¦self ə¦nal·ə·səs]
(psychology)
The attempt to gain insight into one's own psychic state and behavior.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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After this self-analysis, following are some of the financial resolutions you can make for 2018:-
It is compiling and disseminating AML-related information to banks and engaging in some level of quantitative and qualitative self-analysis. A CTRF report in summer 2016 explains that after receiving STRs, the CTRF analyzes the data submitted and shares with other government entities.
Developing tests for Alzheimer's diseases and even dementia is ongoing, but new research has revealed clinical approaches, self-tests, and self-analysis that may help identify cognitive decline before it becomes worse.
Some of the dialogue involves degrees of self-analysis and self-knowledge which sound unlikely but the book's picture of a highly intelligent young teenager placed in an adult, or near-adult, world is convincing and moving.
Having gained some skill in providing feedback to peers via previous lessons in which Style C was used as a teaching strategy the students now employ that skill in self-analysis (Mosston & Ashworth, 1994).
Chapters include "Self-Analysis and Your Cognitive Style," "Rationality and Scientific Thinking," "Imagery, Mindfulness, and Self-Talk," and "Maintaining Your Changes." Each chapter ends with a summary and there are many tables and charts throughout the text.
This process will be especially relevant to readers who recognize the music Finn has chosen to illustrate her points, and who are already on a path of spiritual change and self-analysis. It also helps to feel connected to music and to recognize the power the music in the process of reaching into one's soul and psyche: those not on such a course or who don't relate to music will be less likely to appreciate the message here.
"Regardless of what other people think, myself and the staff are certainly not above self-analysis. Of course we look at everything we do," insisted Pearson.
The chapters are divided into sections with subtitles such as "A Closer Look--Self-analysis," "Form and Mobility," and "Function and Stability." These latter sections are replete with "self-analysis" questions, for example:
As part of their final grade for the class, students in seven different sections were assigned to write a self-analysis essay integrating concepts learned in class and exploring themselves as a person.
Words have been exchanged in the dressing room while Guzan (above) has gone for a self-analysis solution to the problem.
Eliot Rendleman's article, "Lexicography: Self-Analysis and Defining the Keywords of Our Missions," originally published in the Writing Lab Newsletter, vol.