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disorganization

 [dis-or″gan-ĭ-za´shun]
the process of destruction of any organic tissue; any profound change in the tissues of an organ or structure that causes the loss of most or all of its proper characteristics.

dis·or·ga·ni·za·tion

(dis-ōr'găn-i-zā'shŭn),
Destruction of an organ or tissue with consequent loss of function.

disorganization

/dis·or·gan·iza·tion/ (-or″gan-ĭ-za´shun) the process of destruction of any organic tissue; any profound change in the tissues of an organ or structure which causes the loss of most or all of its proper characters.

disorganization

the process of destruction of any organic tissue; any profound change in the tissues of an organ or structure which causes the loss of most or all of its proper characters.
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Prior to completing this coursework, Fried has also earned her Level II Chronic Disorganization (CD) Specialist Certificate, a Certificate in Basic Hoarding Issues with the CD Client, a Certificate of Study in Understanding the Needs of the Elderly CD Client, a Certificate of Study in Basic ADD Issues with the CD Client, a Certificate of Study in CD Client Administration, a Certificate of Study in Life Transitions, a Certificate of Study in Time Management and Productivity, and a Certificate of Study in Mental Health Conditions and Challenges Affecting the CD Client.
Participants answered a series of questions about their alcohol consumption and their perceptions of their neighborhood, and the researchers classified their neighborhood according to poverty level, alcohol availability, and overall neighborhood disorganization, which was described as crime, drug selling, and the presence of graffiti.
Our study connects the dots between Werner syndrome and heterochromatin disorganization, outlining a molecular mechanism by which a genetic mutation leads to a general disruption of cellular processes by disrupting epigenetic regulation," says Izpisua Belmonte.
However, the disorganization deals with difficulties of students which they face in developing and processing integrated methods of learning.
In the next section, before explaining how social disorganization theory can assist researchers in explaining African-American outcomes and achievement in education, I address what I mean by the achievement gap and provide an argument for its existence.
Juvenile homicides; a social disorganization perspective.
Scores of homeowners have been foreclosed upon by mistake because of disorganization at banks and mortgage servicers, a ProPublica investigation has found.
1999; Wentzel, 1996), whereas much less is clear and known about disorganization and its effect on learning outcome (Al-Emadi, 2001; Elliot et al.
For a comprehensive, cross-sectional diagnostic assessment, I suggest looking for 6 symptom clusters--motor symptoms, disorganization, delusions and hallucinations, negative symptoms, cognitive symptoms, and affective symptoms--when treating patients with psychotic disorders.
Good intentions are perfectly fine, but even the best intentions can fail be it because of incompetence, disorganization, or simply stubborn pride.
Mou'tamed added that disorganization had resulted from over crowdedness, with attendees over the recommended limit.
Panama's weak, slow judicial system and the relative disorganization of the local property registry have long called for the need for title insurance.