egocentricity


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e·go·cen·tric·i·ty

(ē'gō-sen-tris'i-tē),
The condition of being egocentric.

egocentricity

(ē″gōsĕn-trĭs′ĭ-tē)
The stage of cognitive development in which perception is almost exclusively from the child's own viewpoint and in the child's own way. This stage is characteristic of toddlers and early preschool children.
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Appendix A Operational Model of the Developmental Process of DCT MODE/ LOGICAL CREATIVE EPISTEMOLOGIC AL PERSPECTIVE EGOCENTRICITY Statement based Statement that on the perceptual gives meaning to a experience of a personal and specific and concrete point of personal fact.
This parametric form exhibits the four qualitative properties discussed above for the nonparametric model: monotonicity, convexity, egocentricity, and nondiscrimination.
We see politicians suffering from hubris who say things like "if people want me, I will be in this position or life", and others who not only take over powers of the law enforcement officers but even of the judiciary as their uptake of dopamine in the brain's reward network has resulted in an increase in egocentricity and a reduction in empathy.
As operational mobility is achieved by transcending the egocentricity of perception, affective mobility is achieved by transcending the egocentricity of feelings as self-regarding.
Overall, I would argue that, in The Curious Incident, the combination of overuse of singular first-person pronouns and underuse of both plural first-person pronouns and second-person pronouns contributes to create an impression of the particular kind of egocentricity that characterizes Christopher.
The arguments put forward by the leaders of the four main parties reflect the egocentricity of the political class in Wales who are putting their own desires above those of the people who will be directly involved in the counting process.
In seeking to accommodate the young people's personal "issues" (for which, in many cases but not all, you can read rampant ill-discipline) Jamie and his producers have played up to what is the young charges' biggest bargaining weapon and greatest weakness: their overblown egocentricity.
This moral education mitigates the child's egocentricity and affects the balance of the evil and good inclinations.
It is precisely this egocentricity that ultimately leads to his demise.
Ayatollah Khamenei reiterated that egocentricity and materialistic motivations led certain people to "stand against the Islamic Revolution.
He begins by describing the general issue of the social construction of deviance in relation to such issues as egocentricity, ethnocentricity, culture, norms, and ideologies.
First, egocentricity consumes both, each desiring to control her own destiny, as well as the lives of those around her.