life space


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life space

a term introduced by American psychologist Kurt Lewin to describe simultaneous influences that may affect individual behavior. The totality of the influences make up the life space.
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The strategic exercise also provided the opportunity to formulate concepts and create frameworks for student life space and experience, all while defining a program for the transformation of the campus center.
The minor theses, as following: a city is the place of existential education, where we transit to a new life space over and over; a city is the space of both historical signs and utopia without any place; temporality; a city is both the environment of communication and communicative actor, were also taken into consideration (Kacerauskas 2011).
The Life Space Crisis Intervention model, originating in educational psychology, is presented as a model of school reform.
Though the animals shared the same life space, they increasingly differed in their activity levels.
The front porch was open to the street, and in both the memories of his interviewees and in his own experience, the space in which guests gathered and was the most inhabited and most full of life space in the house.
According to Super (1990), life space involves the roles people play throughout the life span.
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This proposed project is located in the Yingkou Life Space Shopping Center in the Zhanqian district of Yingkou, Liaoning province,
psychologists and a social worker all associated with the Life Space Crisis Intervention Institute, define the behavior, and discuss developmental pathways, reasons for the behavior, and its five levels, in addition to how to identify and change behaviors in various contexts, for teachers and others in schools, parents and caregivers, employees and bosses, and those in relationships.
These programs were built on pragmatic concepts and interventions such as thinking errors, (1) peer group treatment, (2) re-education and reclaiming techniques, (3) life space interventions, (4) and reality therapy, (5) coupled with the importance of family work.
They had brand families that functioned as part of their life space.