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drivenness

/driv·en·ness/ (driv´en-nes) hyperactivity (1).
organic drivenness  hyperactivity seen in brain-damaged individuals as a result of injury to and disorganization of cerebellar structures.
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Meditation ought to decrease the drivenness [sic] of our lives, not make it worse" (p.
2013) explained that six different significant factors namely efficiency, entertainment, community drivenness, privacy, user friendliness, efficiency and navigability were identified to be significant for the service quality of social networking websites.
I had worked hard to achieve admission, naming what I now know to be a full-blown propensity toward anxiety about my worth as drivenness and harnessing it into academic accomplishment and dedication.
Doty rejects that distinction because it leads to a life entirely divorced from God and from morals that results in a drivenness for profit and a disinterest in helping others.
This structure of drivenness characterizes officer Miguel Masso's shooting of Blueford.
Coe (200) writes, "What is most laudable in our students' proficiency may in fact be a maniacal drivenness and overcompensation due to deep-seated feelings of inadequacy, anxiety, hurt, and loneliness" (p.
There is a certain drivenness that impels engagement, a drivenness that emanates from the Spirit.
Sensitivity, intensity, drivenness (Lovecky, 1992), and developmental asynchrony (Silverman, 1997), rather than disability or pathology or a "bad attitude," may actually be at the root of behavior problems.
In this incarnation the flow is their self-interested drivenness to create, protect, feed, love, possess, as well as to destroy.
Freedom from drivenness, time pressure and hurry * Freedom from materialism * Freedom from corrosive competition * Freedom from daily fear
They had a big appetite for visual information, and we see that drivenness in the tremendously poised immediacy of their language.
James lived from 1842 to 1910, Williams from 1886 to 1945; James experienced the "irremediable impotence" of a wealthy young man prevented at every turn from finding his powers, while Williams experienced the humiliation and drivenness of a brilliant young man without resources.