depersonalisation


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Related to depersonalisation: depersonalisation disorder, Derealisation
  • noun

Synonyms for depersonalisation

emotional dissociative disorder in which there is loss of contact with your own personal reality accompanied by feelings of unreality and strangeness

representing a human being as a physical thing deprived of personal qualities or individuality

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It is clear that Emotional Exhaustion, Personal Accomplishment and Depersonalisation are significant correlates of Managerial Effectiveness.
These forms of disassociation were obviously successful for recipient mother Belinda who indicated she never thought about DBM as originating from somebody because the disassociation and depersonalisation of the milk her daughter received had been so effective.
The findings from the MBI demonstrate that respondents scored low levels of burnout overall, with high levels for personal accomplishment and low levels of depersonalisation.
He said the possibilities of new media and social networks offered "a great opportunity", but warned of the risks of depersonalisation, alienation, self-indulgence, and the dangers of having more virtual friends than real ones.
1]: There is a significant relationship between Depersonalisation and Job Satisfaction
Thus far, it does not seem that there exists a reading of how storytelling in these stories redresses the impression of black depersonalisation, and how narration opens spaces that critique these tactics of recompense.
Depersonalisation, more commonly referred to as dissociation, may be defined as "an emotional disorder in which there is loss of contact with one's own personal reality, a derealization accompanied by feelings of strangeness and an unreality of experience [.
Depersonalisation has a positive correlation with Emotional Exhaustion and negative correlation with Personal Accomplishment which is again significant at .
High scores for emotional exhaustion and depersonalisation and low scores for personal accomplishment are indicative of burnout (9).
The patient suffering from depersonalisation experiences not merely an absence of sensation but, as in the phenomenon of phantom limbs, a sensation of absence.
99, Comedy/Drama) Writer-director Harris Goldberg's romantic comedy centres on a screenwriter suffering from depersonalisation disorder, which leaves him feeling disconnected from the world.
Other typical effects of sleep deprivation include: Aching muscles, blurred vision, clinical depression, daytime drowsiness, decreased mental activity and concentration, depersonalisation, dizziness, dark circles under the eyes, fainting, general confusion, hallucinations (visual and auditory), hand tremors, headache, hyperactivity, hypertension, impatience, irritability, memory lapses or loss, nausea, nystagmus (rapid involuntary rhythmic eye movement), psychosis-like symptoms, pallor, slowed reaction time, slurred and/or nonsensical speech, sore throat, stuffy nose, severe yawning, increased desire for sexual activity and delirium.
He brings the Gary Numan Replicas Tour to Wulfrun Hall, Wolverhampton on Monday night and will be offering his signature style of themes of depersonalisation and alienation accompanied by energetic synthesizer work.
Defence psychiatrists gave evidence that the accused suffered from depersonalisation disorder.
In Numb, Perry's character suffers from acute depersonalisation disorder, a condition so alienating and sanguine that it makes the chronically depressed look perky.