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interdependent

 [in″ter-dĕ-pen´dent]
pertaining to actions or activities that require one individual to work with another. Interdependent nursing actions are those that are performed by the nurse after mutual determination by the nurse and the physician. They also include activities directed by the physician but requiring nursing judgment to perform.
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One of the notable findings from this study was that SC effects, particularly interdependent SC, had opposite effects on help-seeking attitudes for Japanese and American college students.
Among the respondents, 446 student-athletes participated in interdependent sports (i.
And because they are ranked among the three most important human values, they are likely the channels through which interdependent self-construal influence psychological wellbeing.
Individuals' interdependent self-construal scores will correlate positively with the likelihood of using silence in marital conflict to protect other's self-image.
Moreover, several studies have identified strong positive relationships between sociotropy and interdependent self-construal and between autonomy and independent self-construal among college students (Gorski & Young, 2002; Sato & McCann, 1998).
Point two is that the system of aerial delivery, spherical awareness, and ground maneuver in the interdependent fight has evolved to a new place.
Use of processes supporting varied dimensions of dialogue, interdependent problem solving, and sustained inquiry as done here suggest these conditions can produce evidence of development in teacher thinking on matters central to teacher leadership activity.
When working with Chinese American students, counselors should try not to impose the value of independent career decision making and recognize that interdependent clients are more likely to be open to parental guidance.
The authors say that each individual needs to take responsibility for his or her own actions and adopt ethical behaviors suited to a crowded, interdependent planet.
We all live and work today within a global community that is totally interdependent.
We have a fine tradition of care for other small nations and need to build on this, so that, whatever our difficulties and differences among ourselves, we can make our proper contribution to the family of nations and further our own development within one interdependent world.
Research on social and cultural integration shows interesting differences between independent and interdependent people (Landrine, 1992; Markus & Kitayama, 1991).