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Definition of the noun verbalisation

What does verbalisation mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: verbalisations

  1. the words that are spoken in the activity of verbalization
  2. the activity of expressing something in words


Verbalisation is a process by which different psychological events in individual are made in verbal form, i.e. described "in their own words". According to psychoanalytic concepts, only when a client manage to verbalise their own experiences or problems, it is possible to understand subconscious phenomena, i.e. alterations in personality, which leads to improvement.

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Google previewWordsworth, Milton and the Theory of Poetic Relations (1991)

by Robin Jarvis, Carla P. Freeman

Preconscious verbalisation is an imposition of grammar and sense, though one that remains accessible to falsification by the subversive modalities of the unconscious system it polices. Alternatively, the spinningout of such verbal activity on an ...

Google previewIndigenous Cognition: Functioning in Cultural Context (2012)

by J.W. Berry, S.H Irvine, E.G. Hunt

However, verbalisation refers to cognitive processes in an individual, rather than to a situational variable. In general, if differences are consistent over such a wide domain that it encompasses logical, as well as moral reasoning, the contextual ...

Google previewCognitive Remediation Therapy for Schizophrenia (2006)

Theory and Practice by Professor Til Wykes, Dr Clare Reeder

Finally, verbalisation is a method whereby self-monitoring can ...

Google previewJohn, a Postmodern Gospel (2000)

Introduction to Deconstructive Exegesis Applied to the Fourth Gospel by Patrick Chatelion Counet

typifies oral verbalisation is the inseparable unity of speaker and message"; ( Kelber 1987, 129). Again, a phonocentric idea. Furthermore, pre- existence is an example of what Derrida understands by metaphysique de presence; to say or think ...

Google previewHandbook of Psychological Testing (2013)

by Paul Kline

Pathognomic verbalisation is the most salient variable on this factor which also loads anxiety and hostility. High scores are claimed by Holtzman (1981) to indicate disordered thought. lntra-scorer reliability This is similar with a median r of .93.

Google previewTeacher Thinking, Beliefs and Knowledge in Higher Education (2002)

by N. Hativa, Peter Goodyear

A delight for the researcher of online teaching is the fact that the online teacher's ' live' teaching work is done out of earshot of the learners, so concurrent verbalisation is a real possibility. Since concurrent verbalisation is less prone than ...

Google previewProceedings of the Society for Psychical Research (1885)

by Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research,VOL.III (containing parts VIII and IX) 1885

t Verbalisation is a useful word of Dr. Hughlings-Jackson's to sum up the cerebral ...

Google previewMosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions - Australian & New Zealand Edition (2014)

by Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis

Art therapy is often used when traditional forms of verbal psychotherapy have failed or have been rejected by an individual and when individuals have difficulty expressing feelings or use verbalisation as a defence mechanism. Australia and ...

Google previewRoutledge Encyclopedia of Narrative Theory (2010)

by David Herman, Manfred Jahn, Marie-Laure Ryan

Repetition and for mulaicity signal openings, transitionsand closings,as well as providing the principal image fordeveloping anarrative, with consequences for the organisation, recall, and later verbalisation of stories. Examination of ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Owa (2014)

A Language of the Solomon Islands by Greg Mellow

Suffixes (Verbalisation) for more examples of attributive intransitive clauses using derived adverbs. Intransitive clauses can be negated, ...

Google previewDictionary of Psychotherapy (2014)

by Sue Walrond-Skinner

Awareness is definedby Bandura as correct verbalisation of responsereinforcement contingencies. Behaviour therapists are engagedin a similar debate regarding whether awareness of the stimulusresponse connection precedes, succeeds or ...

Google previewThe Biographical Dictionary of Literary Failure (2014)

by C. D. Rose

Mathematics became increasingly untranslatable, post- Impressionist artescaped verbalisation ; linguisticsand philosophy highlighted the arbitrary nature of signifiers, meaning ...

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The value of this 13-letter word is 18 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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