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Synonyms for depersonalization

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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Those working 12/36 hours shifts had high depersonalization (31 professionals) as well as non-smokers (29 professionals).
He said: "Depersonalization made me feel like life was passing by in front of my eyes.
Maslach, Jackson, and Leiter (1997) developed a tripartite model of burnout that includes emotional exhaustion (feelings of being overextended), depersonalization (negative and cynical attitudes), and reduced personal accomplishment (negative evaluation of self in relation to job performance).
The research objectives are identifying (a) the influence of environmental factors (sex, age, marital status, number of children, years of professional experience, hours of work per week, teaching level, workplace, number of shifts per week, number of positions, the presence or absence of insomnia, the presence or absence of depression, the presence of chronic diseases, and the use of antistress pills) on burnout (emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and personal achievement) and (b) the influence of Big Five personality factors (extraversion, neuroticism, openness, consciousness, and agreeableness) on the level of burnout.
It is typically a syndrome characterized by emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and reduced personal accomplishment7.
Depersonalization is described as indifferent approach to patients and negative attitude towards colleagues and profession.
To collect the required information, a questionnaire consisting of two parts was used, the first part of which was related to the demographic characteristics (age, gender, work history, and marital status), and the second part was related to Maslach's job burnout inventory which contained twenty-two items, and it dealt with the assessment of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization phenomena, and reduced personal accomplishment in the format of professional activities, and it has been particularly applied for the evaluation and prevention of the weariness and tiredness in professional groups, such as nurses and teachers.
It was observed that there were meaningful differences between the burnout levels of the physical education and sports teachers, according to education status, in the depersonalization sub-dimension (Z=-2.307; p<0.05).
Therefore, we investigated the following hypothesis: Practicing school counselors' levels of altruism will contribute to their levels of burnout (emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, personal accomplishment).
Although the two constructs of deindividuation and depersonalization describe seemingly similar psychological states, actually, they refer to completely different processes.
It has 3 dimensions: emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and a feeling of reduced personal achievement (2).
Burnout includes emotional exhaustion, depersonalization and reduced personal accomplishment [1].
Maslach (1982) explains burnout as a syndrome characterized by emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and lack of personal accomplishment.
This breach is also associated with exhaustion and depersonalization.