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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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Further, interdependent self is proved to be high context-sensitivity, prefer socially engaging emotions, and indirect communication (Cross, Hardin, & Gercek-Swing, 2011; Kanagawa, Cross, & Markus, 2001), and they are also more likely to take conflict personally (Kim, Yamaguchi, Kim, & Miyahara, 2015).
In contrast, people with a predominantly interdependent self-construal usually take into account the needs of others and society rather than focusing on their own needs.
But if we move past our current modular structure of schooling and create the ability for schools to integrate backward, in an interdependent way, into the nonacademic realms of low-income children's lives, we can make far more rapid progress than ever before.
We now need to start thinking differently, to enable us to behave differently, which will lead to the broadening of minds, ambitions and aspirations and commitment will follow, as people begin to see the incremental successes that emerge from an interdependent leadership culture leading us to become a more independent region.
Between culture and reputation are a number of interdependent core elements (Carmeli & Tishler, 2004) that are impacted by culture, and these interdependent core elements, along with culture, impact a firm's reputation.
[38] placed synchronization behavior in the context of interdependent networks, where the one-dimensional regular network is mutually coupled to the WS small-world network.
Interdependent Americans were likely to exhibit decreasingly impulsive tendencies in the presence of peers compared to independent Americans, whose impulsivity increased when peers were present.
That difference, she argues, rests upon the Western (and especially American) construction of the self as independent and individualistic versus the Chinese construction of the self as interdependent and collectivist.
In this increasingly interdependent world, your "allies" can hurt you as much as your "enemies." After all, the biggest threats to President Barack Obama's reelection are whether little Greece pulls out of the eurozone and triggers a global economic meltdown or whether Israel attacks Iran and does the same.
Reiterating that development, human rights and peace are interdependent and interrelated, Ambassador Kunanayakam said that Sri Lanka considered the multidimensional approach to development in which the people are the central subject, as the only sustainable path to reconciliation.
But with the advent of divorce; single parenthood; people living together instead of getting married; second marriages; "starter" marriages; adult interdependent partnerships and all the other changes in society in the last fifty years at least, this long-known truism is no longer true.
They further state that all people contain both an independent and interdependent self, but that the culture in which they are bought up in influences which one dominates.