self-confrontation

self-confrontation

a technique for behavior modification that depends on a patient's recognition of and dissatisfaction with inconsistencies in his or her own values, beliefs, and behaviors, or between his or her own personal system and that of a significant other.
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As Un Crabe develops, Alex is propelled from amnesiac denial of his self-confrontation to third-act recognition of it.
Using the anatomist's art figuratively, he examines dissection and self-confrontation in Othello and The Changeling.
Value self-confrontation methods, which were pioneered by Rokeach (1973), seek to change people's behavior by changing the priority of the values that underlie that behavior (Schwartz & Inbar-Saban, 1988).
Directed by Tareq Mustafa, 'Mood', one of the films screened within the project, presented what looked like a visual symphony snatching a young Syrian actor in successive scenes from the middle of the capital and the filming locations' noise and preoccupation with unsatisfying roles to a moment of real self-confrontation in front of a big library full of precious books that would be his sanctuary.
Sting's talk was a reminder to go forward with a backward glance, to go one layer down into self and then after self-confrontation, to leap forward out of self.
The NCP official urged party members to maintain internal unity and self-confrontation through performing duties towards the party and the people and reflecting on the meaning of patriotism and sacrifice.
Directed by Tareq Mustafa, /Mood/ , one of the films screened in the event, presented what looked like a visual symphony snatching a young Syrian actor in successive scenes from the middle of the capital and the filming locations' noise and preoccupation with unsatisfying roles to a moment of real self-confrontation in front of a big library full of precious books that would be his sanctuary.
There are many themes here that are subtly laid out by director Sorrentino: forgiveness, understanding, self-confrontation and compassion.
It will also entail self-confrontation in a way that is not paralyzed by guilt, remorse and self-criticism.
In On the Waterfront and East of Eden, Brando and Dean respectively play characters that are initially boyish but grow, through a series of circumstances that demand self-confrontation, into manhood.
What is required more than anything in choosing life over death is self-confrontation - facing your fears and resistances, sorting out all the emotions and possibilities and relationships, which then allows you to make a move and complete the turn.
Their activity was described step-by-step using the data obtained from self-confrontation interviews linked to behaviour analysis based on video recordings.