self-system

self-system

the organization of experiences that acts as a protective mechanism against anxiety.
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A lack of caregiver responsiveness, affective attunement, and empathic receptivity to (or outright rejection of') the child's emerging potentials of thought and emotion results over time in a dissociative cutting-off of those experiences in the emerging self-system.
She explains different types of diversity, how to recognize signs of bias, and how to close the achievement gap using strategies like the self-system of the brain, incorporating language and culture, and dealing with language acquisition skills.
For purposes of this study I chose to narrow the research to focus on the attitudes and classroom experiences of the L2 Portuguese undergraduate learner, drawing on the theoretical considerations described by Dornyei (2009) in his book The L2 Motivational Self-System.
Pleasant Hill, California) explain tools including Wilber's quadrants representing the interior/exterior, individual/collective aspects of a psychospiritual self-system.
The self-system develops out of genetic predispositions such as temperament that we bring into the world, our real as well as internal (private) interactions with significant others, and the meanings we make out of these interactions.
We cannot understand narcissism without understanding trauma, biology, genetics, and self-system disorders.
The channels mainly include self-system sales companies, agents and TV bazaars.
Development of the self-system takes center stage during adolescence (see Harter, 1999, for review).
Internal working models of attachment, perceived control, and autonomy are viewed as self-system processes associated with these three needs.
1998): The developing self-system and self-regulation of primary school children.
The self-system may be represented as an integrated cognitive-affective-conative system, the latter associated with motivations and goals, (for the tripartite division of the self see Hilgard 1980 and Kopytko, in preparation).
body-system, self-system, and exterior self-system), and the type of adjustment or functioning anticipated and/or achieved (i.