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Definition of the noun absentmindedness
What does absentmindedness mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: absentmindednesses
- preoccupation so great that the ordinary demands on attention are ignored
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Absentmindedness
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Psychology, Core Concepts (2016)
by CTI Reviews
Absentmindedness is a mental condition in which the subject experiences low levels of attention and frequent distraction.
Psychology, Psychology by CTI Reviews
Absentmindedness is a mental condition in which the subject experiences low levels of attention and frequent distraction. Absentmindedness is not a diagnosed condition but.
Slave of Desire (2002)
Sex, Love, and Death in The 1001 Nights by Daniel E. Beaumont
one's pledge, and one is tempted to say to him, "Fidelity is beautiful, but absentmindedness is a rotten shame." Bencheikh calls Aziz's "no-show" a transgression of "the will of moral, juridical and social authority."1" Being lovesick 146 SLAVE ...
Principles of Neural Science (2016)
Medicine, Medicine by CTI Reviews
Absentmindedness is a mental condition in which the subject experiences low levels of attention and frequent distraction. Absentmindedness is not a diagnosed condition but rather a symptom of boredom and ...
Chicago Law Journal Weekly (1896)
Here is a true story about Levy Mayer which demonstrates that absentmindedness is an affliction not only of poets and inventors, but of the disciples of Blackstone as well. Mr. Mayer entered Judge Baker's Court late one afternoon after the ...
by Irving B. Weiner, W. Edward Craighead
This sort of definition of attention lapse has the advantage of specifying research paradigms as well as relating absentmindedness to the important practical issue of understanding cognitive and action failures during instrumental tasks ...
by Carol Turkington, Joseph Harris
absentmindedness Failure to register information because ...
Tulu-English Dictionary (1886)
by A. Männer
025'" - dotage, senility; absentmindedness. _M25 a small, red kind of ant. _sa premature ...
The Dictionary of Psychology (2016)
by Ray Corsini
See ABSENTMINDEDNESS, EARLY INFANTILE AUTISM, NORMAL AUTISM. autisme pauvre (poor autism, impoverished autism¦ French) (E. Minkowski) Refers to the withdrawal ...
by Amy Wenzel
Cocaine has also been shown to have some dissociative symptoms of absentmindedness, daydreaming, and confusion about self-identity during intoxication, but not exceeding those observed in patients using MDMA ...
10 Great Books in 1 Vol by Ferdinand Ellsworth Cary
It is a fact, however, that with all the good guides; 2, foolhardiness; 3, vanity and the spirit of emulation; 4, carelessness; 5, want of experience; 6, absentmindedness; 7, false economy on food or necessaries; 8, injudicious use of alcohol; 9, ...
by Gary McCulloch, David Crook
Diagnostic criteria for inattentiveness include an inability to focus or sustain effort and forgetfulness or absentmindedness.
by Pablo Ricardo Quintana
Guadalupe Abruzzi, Italy - Gabriel Possenti Absam, Austria – OLOT Window Pane Absentmindedness [A] – Thomas of Villanueva Abundant Table, An - 1 Body.
by Morten Tolboll
and hereby are creating a closed attitude, inattation, absentmindedness and ennui.
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The value of this 16-letter word is 22 points. Since it has more than 15 letters, it can be played on Super Scrabble board only.
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