introspection


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Artists Marina Cruz, Kara de Dios, Elaine Navas and Pam Yan Santos create memory-stills and fragments of introspection.
For India's local collaborators facilitating the oppression of their own people, their moment of reckoning and introspection is over," the statement added.
The introspection engine has the capability to alert a reporter of a dangerous situation in real-time.
Bitdefender Hypervisor Introspection (HVI), developed in close collaboration with Citrix, operates at the hypervisor level, where it has rich insight of a virtual machines (VM) memory.
Mazari said that Chandio should do some introspection instead of making such non-serious remarks.
CD one covers the early days from 1964-67, CD two is the 1968 Introspection album, plus two bonus tracks, CD three features outtakes from the period 1968/69 while CD four rounds up the band's recordings from 1969/70, before they re-invented themselves as Tucky Buzzard.
Sure to cause a great amount of introspection, Our Enduring Values Revisited is a must-have for all librarians, from all areas.
He reviews in detail the strategy behind the transformation--participant introspection--which compelled the search for new ways of monitoring subjective introspection as accurately as possible, what the behaviorists shut out in the last century, today is brought in as raw data.
Therefore, a process of introspection and churning is underway in the party.
With the rapid collapse of the latest talks, now is the perfect time for serious introspection.
Roberto Fernandez Galan, PhD, senior author and associate professor of neurosciences at Case Western Reserve School of Medicine, said that their results suggest that autistic kids are not interested in social interactions because their brains generate more information at rest, which they interpret as more introspection in line with early descriptions of the disorder.
For psychologists and students, he brings together 14 chapters by psychologists in the US and UK who address the evolution of self-observation, including myths surrounding the introspectionist tradition, the early history of self-report measures in psychology, and the three-stage myth of movement from introspection to behaviorism to cognitivism; the theory and practice of contemporary self-observation, including its use as a linguistic and social practice, principles for conducting self-observation research, and a multi-modal introspection theory; and history, theory, and practice in the phenomenological and narrative traditions, including ethnographic perspectives.
It is also natural to think, as various figures in the history of philosophy have, that you can trust the deliverances of introspection: that while perception, as our means for gathering information about the environment around us, can and does lead us astray, introspection is considerably more reliable and trustworthy.
Playing without the score seemed to induce introspection rather than liberation, and introspection seemed to be good for precision and symmetry in their performance.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The human brain may simulate physical sensations to prompt introspection, capitalizing on moments of high emotion to promote moral behavior, findings of a new research showed.