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Definition of the adjective self-referent
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by William P. Banks
propositional thought, subvocal speech, covert speech, self-referent speech, internal dialogue ...
by A. Mehdi Riazi
Once the topic is identified, the researcher collects all potential self-referent statements that are related to the topic. These statements can be collected from the relevant literature as well as from the expressions in natural settings. This potential ...
Encyclopedia of Evaluation (2005)
by Sandra Mathison
On the one hand, it is ethically and symbolically crucial because it shows that evaluation is a reflexive (self-referent) subject and hence that the evaluator is not above being evaluated — what's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.
by Andrew Butterfield, Gerard Ekembe Ngondi, Anne Kerr
self-referent list Another name for recursive list. self-relative addressing See RELATIVE ADDRESSING. self-signed certificate A *certificate that is issued signed by the person or organization whose public ...
Self-referent worries appear to be especially damaging because attention and/or working memory may be diverted from the task at hand onto personal preoccupations. Detrimental effects of depression have been similarly ascribed to worry ...
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