They have both cognitive-rational (objective meaning) and communicative-rational (normative meaning) components, which intermingle to produce an assumptive
world: a "cognitive map of the world out there" (Young 1977, p.
This definitely interferes with the formulation of one's assumptive
world and hostile attribution biases.
Administration sacrificed its status and why it insisted to wage an unfair war for unreal reasons and assumptive
It is somewhat ironic that imagery was largely neglected throughout the reign of dualistic experimental psychology that laid the assumptive
foundations of cognitivism, which accepted imagery as a respected visitor.
Many reality programmes are built on these same assumptive
The idea that government has the power to totally disarm American citizens and remove any individual's ability to defend himself and his property has become so entrenched as to become assumptive
Often, these traumatic deaths challenge the assumptive
order, reminding officers about the dangerous nature of their work and showing that careful actions do not always reduce risks.
Don't be afraid to make assumptive
statements like, "Can we start in 10 days?
The long-held assumptive
link between genius and mental illness is most often associated with men, while famous women with a mental illness are often placed into the category of the melodramatic woman who cannot be controlled (see also Bell in this issue).
You don't have to be afraid to test script changes, more assumptive
appeals, new types of programs and different offers, because the telephone is truly dynamic.
138), but even so Berndt-Ersoz's chronology is compelling, as it is more comprehensive and less assumptive
than any other yet presented.
worlds, severity of traumatic events, depression and anxiety in traumatized victims, Dissertation Abstracts International, 59, 03, 1363B.