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self-reflection

(sĕlf′rĭ-flĕk′shən)
n.
Self-examination; introspection.

self′-re·flec′tive adj.
self′-re·flec′tive·ly adv.
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When the therapist's self-reflective function remains intact during an encounter with their own psychosis, they are able to account for their experience, and to relate it to the therapeutic moment, as well as to the patient.
Hex is playful and self-reflective, mixing contemporary culture with folklore, with shades of Snow White, Rapunzel, and the Snow Queen coming sometimes in a single sentence.
Teach Reflect Learn" will enable teachers to assess their current self-reflective tendencies, identify opportunities to reflect on their instruction, and begin to forge a path toward continuous growth and educational excellence.
Never nostalgic or sentimental and always self-reflective, Dunbar-Ortiz lays bare the dreadful truths and challenges she and the 1960s movements faced, from the triumphs to the dismal disappointments.
In response to such concerns, many scientists (and scientific institutions) have become more self-reflective about how science works and how it might be improved, as Tina Hesman Saey reports on Page 20.
Third, failure to identify these characteristics results in insufficient guidance for counselors to acquire critical self-reflective capabilities.
Rodowick; the moral perceptionist perspective that foregrounds sensorial, perceptual, and perceptive engagement with film rather than conscious, self-reflective engagement; and the cognitivist perspective, which draws on findings in cognitive psychology, biology, and neuroscience to explore how we engage with film on an emotional level.
Within training, counselors may be expected to engage in self-reflective activities to become more self-aware (Griffith & Frieden, 2000).
A little while later she set up her somber song "Dope" with a self-reflective moment.
While many studies have explored the impact of self-reflection and journaling in the ongoing development of peer mentor competency, the literature has yet to examine how initial training for mentors might incorporate written self-reflective practice.
If, on one hand, Omeros explores the growth of a collective Caribbean voice ("the tale of the tribe", to quote Pound), on the other hand, Tiepolo's Hound gives a self-reflective account of the ripening of an individual artist, leading to a moral and aesthetic culmination that is clearly described in Loreto's study.
Spiegelman, whose name can be translated as "art mirrors man," is the owner of a stunningly fertile graphic imagination that over the past 40 years has produced dozens of formally innovative and often searingly self-reflective strips in various magazines, including Arcade and RAW, which he co-founded and edited with his wife, French artist and editor Francoise Mouly.