dissociation


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Synonyms for dissociation

Synonyms for dissociation

the act of removing from association

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a state in which some integrated part of a person's life becomes separated from the rest of the personality and functions independently

(chemistry) the temporary or reversible process in which a molecule or ion is broken down into smaller molecules or ions

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Nucleoli, nuclear chromatin pattern and cell dissociation were considered most influential features (table-3).
She wondered why so little attention had been paid to dissociation in the intervening years, for she considered it the most original part of The New Rhetoric (p.
Key words: atrioventricular dissociation, cardiac hypertrophy, mitral valve insufficiency, electrocardiography, avian, ring-necked pheasant, Phasianus colchicus
These mixtures have also been used as solvents in the study of various physicochemical properties of electrolytes like dissociation association solubility and stability [4 5].
Selon l'International Society for Study of Dissociation (2011), il s'agirait en fait d'une seule identite non integree, ou plusieurs aspects de cette identite sont vecus par la personne comme separes les uns des autres, donc comme des identites distinctes.
AL-MOUSTAQBAL: Hariri confirms commitment to dissociation policy, defense strategy discussions
Summary: Prime Minister Saad Hariri called Monday on rival Lebanese parties to fully comply with the government's policy of dissociation from regional conflicts, in the latest attempt to reassure Arab Gulf states infuriated by Hezbollah's deep involvement in the war in Syria and other regional disputes.
5 "the commitment of all its components to the policy of dissociation from any disputes, conflicts, or wars, and from the internal affairs of Arab countries, in order to preserve the relations between Lebanon and its Arab brothers.
We all have this type of experience, some of us on a daily basis, but did you know these are mild forms of dissociation.
nection from However, dissociation can become problematic when it becomes a pcs ds person's main coping strategy for dealing with stress or when it interferes with a person's quality of life.
A different type of a commonly found dissociation involves the manipulation of the modality of word presentation.
ISLAMABAD -- In view of mounting public pressure in Indian occupied Kashmir, pro-India political workers have started announcing their dissociation from Indian politics and raising anti-India and pro-freedom slogans.
Nijenhuis et al (1996, 2000, 2003, 2004) coined the term somatoform dissociation to emphasize the equal importance of dissociation on both psychological and somatic processes.