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externalization

 [eks-ter″nal-ĭ-za´shun]
1. the tendency to perceive in the external world and in external objects components of one's own personality, including instinctual impulses, conflicts, moods, attitudes, and ways of thinking.
2. the process of learning the difference between self and non-self in childhood.
3. the process by which external rather than internal stimuli become capable of arousing a drive, such as hunger.
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The externalizing aspect of the avoidance style was confirmed by the finding of a moderate positive correlation/association with externalization in the TOSCA-A, whereas emotional distancing was confirmed by the result of the highest association of avoidance being with detachment in the TOSCA-A, by absence of empathy, and a lack of interest in victim or punishment: "I do not feel anything negative and if I were to, it certainly would not pertain to me.
Specifically, the TOSCA-3 (short version) provides indices related to shame-proneness, guilt-proneness, detachment, and externalization of blame.
Externalization governance offers strategic advantages for SYTEFs.
Table 1: Questions related to component of knowledge management Main component of Questions Number knowledge management Externalization 1-2-3-4-5 5 Combination 6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16 11 Internalization 17-18-19-20 4 Socialization 21-22-23-24-25-26 6 Sum 26 Table 2: final results of knowledge management questionnaire Questionnaire Indicators Number Cronbach's alpha Externalization 5 0.
The analysis of Lessons Learned systems and After Action Reviews will illustrate the military approaches to knowledge externalization.
There are no differences also between the scores in Independence and Positive temperament; Relatedness and Externalization; Externalization and Positive temperament.
With IT budgetary constraints increasing every year and the expansion of externalization, one or two large companies will be forced to make the leap.
The initial measures relating to the existence of combination and externalization processes linking formal network and informal network scales consisted of 8 items (4 x 2 = 8 measuring the two factors) adapted from a scale designed by Lee and Choi (2003) to measure the constructs of knowledge combination and knowledge externalization.
Next, we will discuss the remaining two affects in TOSCA and TOSCA-3: externalization and detachment.
On one hand, the growing interest around externalization of tacit knowledge has not been matched yet by an equivalent effort to provide empirical evidence supporting the theoretical research hypotheses.
This can be now understood as a way of guiding the externalization of the client's internal imagery.
Eight cognitive therapy methods--experimental, downward arrow or what if, survey double standard, Socratic questioning, cost-benefit analysis, externalization of voices, and distraction and refocusing--can be modified to treat patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), according to Dr.