apathy


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Synonyms for apathy

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Synonyms for apathy

the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things generally

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We aren't callous and apathy does not stem from an inability to care but rather from other underlying factors.
Figure Severity of impairment in goal-directed activity in disorders of diminished motivation LEAST Apathy * Noticeable lack of motivation that varies from baseline * Reduced goal-directed behaviors or cognition Abulia * More apparent decrease in spontaneous, purposeful movement * Less severe impairment than akinetic mutism GREATEST Akinetic mutism Akinetic = no movement Mutism = no speech * Patient is alert with visual tracking intact but appears immobilized due to motivational deficit Source: References 1-3
Godda (Jharkhand) [India], December 8 ( ANI ): Another incident of apathy towards the poor has come to the fore, where a father was forced to carry the body of his daughter on a motorcycle after the district hospital in Jharkhand's Godda district did not provide him with an ambulance.
The government of Khyber-Pakhtoonkhawa showed its apathy by stopping the medical teams visiting the area, the further added.
We are gathered here because we wat to fight against apathy and indifference, Panagution declared.
It wasn't apathy that lost the SNP their Holyrood majority and made the Tories the second party after last May's elections, it was the Scottish people demonstrating how tired they are of the Nationalist single-policy agenda and the failure of Labour to put up any kind of opposition.
It's clear that more work is urgently needed to address the apathy problem and reduce the waste of savings.
To avoid the consequences of agent apathy, the report provides actionable insights into how to raise the significance of valuable employees.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-May 1, 2015-Study finds poor customer service result of agent apathy
In a keynote address to members of the Governing Body of the Church in Wales Dr Barry Morgan said the Church had a right to speak out on political issues and encouraged parishes to tackle voter apathy.
Yet his arrogance and apathy towards voters could be infectious.
THIS year, we are looking at one of the biggest falls in the numbers of registered voters, especially among the first timers, and opposition politicians are trying to put the blame on government policies and their newly introduced "individual" voting system -except what is really causing it is the continuing rise in voter apathy.
As a member of the Society of Urologic Nurses and Associates (SUNA), professional apathy is probably not a skill set you embrace.
The Telegram & Gazette writes annually about voter apathy -- apathy because of the complacency of those who ignore us, because they keep getting re-elected.