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Synonyms for abstractedness

preoccupation with something to the exclusion of all else

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Additionally, we confirmed the relevance of intelligence and personality in predicting underwater performance by grouping individual differences in three models: (1) a comparison block, consisting of personality variables with little theoretical or empirical impact on the underwater environment (warmth, dominance, rule-consciousness, social boldness, vigilance, abstractedness, privateness, radicalism, selfreliance); (2) a intelligence model; and (3) a personality model, composed of dispositional variables that predict the outcome of training and performance in diving.
Concerning the three factors of the CPFQ, which grouped items from only one primary factor of the 16PF, factor 2 called Abstractedness, presented items related to how people deal with their thoughts (for example: "I often 'daydream'").
This variable involves syncretic cognition and is also associated with many perceptual-personality traits that arguably promote non-sequential information processing such as warmth, abstractedness, openness to change and a lack of rule consciousness, self control and tough-mindedness (Lange et al.
apparent abstractedness of mind was laid aside, and his eyes
Here, volunteers tapped into areas of the brain such as the right inferior temporal gyrus, which decodes metaphorical meaning and abstractedness.
Mineness is an abstractedness that disembodies what are always specific and embedded moments lived finitely/infinitely with Country.
Arnold's condescension towards any serious talk of societal conflicts bespeaks a thinly veiled antagonism to a perceived abstractedness in Clough's politics.
To reduce the abstractedness of graphs, concrete floor or people graphs can be created either as a whole class or in small groups.
On syntax and usage of the noun (135-43), discussion moves from number to abstractedness to gender (including valuable asides on the number and gender of the word "god").
Among the 16 personality factors, they found that scoring low on emotional stability, reasoning, and tension, and high on abstractedness predicts high levels of intrusion, hyperarousal, and overall PTSD symptoms reported.
These raises en abime are explicit in the draft: Just as the old man is "still in look," in the sense of appearance, so his "look," his own vision, is "resigned," or re-signed, to the reality produced by theoretical abstraction but also the reality of that abstractedness.
Nonetheless, the very abstractedness of that voice stirs Norman.
To be sure, there were critics, including the so-called Cambridge School of historic demographers, who challenged the abstractedness of the functionalist formula.
The 16PF, an 185 forced choice questionnaire, measures the following aspects of personality: warmth, reasoning, emotional stability, dominance, liveliness, rule-consciousness, social boldness, sensitivity, vigilance, abstractedness, privateness, apprehension, openness to change, self-reliance, perfectionism and tension.