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Definition of the adjective organismic

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  1. of or relating to or belonging to an organism (considered as a whole)

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Google previewThe Dictionary of Psychology (2016)

by Ray Corsini

organismic psychology 1. An approach to psychology that emphasizes the total organism and rejects distinctions between mind and body. It embraces a molar, holistic approach and the interbehavior between organism and environment. 2.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Language Development (2014)

by Patricia J. Brooks, Vera Kempe

Organismic. Principle. and. Microgenesis. The organismic principle was an outgrowth of Gestalt psychology. The Berlin Gestalt group (e.g., Wolfgang Kohler, etc.) focused on principles.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Political Theory (2010)

by Mark Bevir

Schematically, we might distinguish at least four types of systems thinking: hard systems, organismic systems, soft systems, and critical systems. First, hard systems thinking arose in operations research methods and engineering design, where ...

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy (2015)

by Edward S. Neukrug

Organismic. Valuing. Process. The organismic valuing process is the innate process of moving.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Psychological Assessment (2002)

by Rocio Fernandez-Ballesteros

The 'what' of developmental assessment is traditionally determined by organismic and mechanistic developmental theories, models or constructs. These connect the behavioural past to the present as qualitatively different steps or stages ...

Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Psychological Theories (2006)

by J.E. Roeckelein

GOLDSTEIN'S ORGANISMIC THEORY. = holistic theory. The German-American neuropsychiatrist Kurt Goldstein (1878-1965) was the leading exponent of organismic theory (cf., organismic model - in developmental psychology ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Disability (2005)

by Gary L Albrecht

Yet, whereas Galton viewed “deviation” as largely irrelevant to organismic adaptation in nature and across epochs,

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Positive Psychology (2011)

by Shane J. Lopez

The completion principle is the foundation of a number of cognitive-emotional processing models in the posttraumatic stress literature, and within the organismic valuing theory, the completion principle is viewed as an aspect of the organismic ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Systems and Cybernetics (2004)

by Charles François

“The so-called "organismic analogy” which has graced social and political theory (off and on) ever since Plato, has reemerged in evolutionary biology in recent years as a way of characterizing key properties of social organization in the natural ...

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