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interpret

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to understand in a particular way

to express in another language, while systematically retaining the original sense

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Given that psychologists have shown that construal levels can vastly impact outcomes such as self-esteem and goal pursuit, it is crucial to recognize the role that digitization of information might be having on this important aspect of cognition,' said Geoff Kaufman from Dartmouth College.
Thus, drawing on construal level theory, we investigated the effects of metaphor advertising on consumers' thinking style or, more specifically, their abstract mindset, and on brand extension evaluations relative to their effects on construal levels.
Previous research has shown that lower-level construals can impact an individual's attitudes.
To claim that an institution is gendered implies that construals of masculinity and femininity are linked in the routine culture of political institutions.
People with interdependent construal tend to view 'self' as a whole, adjust one's behavior according to environment, adopt an indirect communication and pursue harmony with other people (Markus & Kitayama, 1991; Yates & de Oliveira, 2016).
Organizational members consider various cognitive frames and unsimilar construals of sustainability matters (Popescu, 2015a, b, c, d) that differentiate among each other and with the sustainability scheme of the entity.
Scientists from Dartmouth College in the US tested the basic question would processing the same information on a digital versus non-digital platform affect construal levels the fundamental level of concreteness versus abstractness that people use in perceiving and interpreting behaviours, events and other informational stimuli, this was reported by a private news channel quoting the study.
2007; Zhao & Xie, 2011), making decisions for others rather than oneself (Bornemann & Homburg, 2011; Kim, Zhang, & Li, 2008), and increased interpersonal politeness (Stephan, Liberman, & Trope, 2010) all increase people's perceived social distance and evoke more abstract and high-level thinking and construals.
Following Maldonado's (1993) analysis of dynamic construals in Spanish, we would like to claim that the function of sic in constructions such as wanna sic przelewa 'the bathtub overflows' is to impart dynamicity and "unexpectedness" to the absolute construal of a scene.
Cognitive representations that capture abstract, global, and central aspects of an object or event are referred to as "high-level construals," whereas representations that pertain to concrete, specific, and peripheral features are termed "low-level construals" (Trope & Liberman, 2010).
It covers cognitive assumptions, mechanisms, and operations; and categories, domains, and construals for prefixes, suffixes, and compounds.
Self construals are aspects of self-concept that have been advanced as individual level cultural dimensions that are thought to explain the effects of culture on a variety of outcome measures.
In addition, situatedness is not the only element that is significant in sustaining these construals of what is "Caribbean" or what is not.
Concrete construals focus on the specific details of the event and emphasize how a person engages in a particular action.