demandingness


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demandingness

(dɪˈmɑːndɪŋnəs)
n
the quality of being demanding
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If deliberation over what to believe is characterized by demandingness and not exclusivity, this allows for the requisite weighing of the truth aim.
Child characteristics are adaptability, distractibility/hyperactivity, mood, demandingness, reinforcing parents, and acceptability.
Directness was operationalized as a dimensional judgment of indirectness (low rating) to demandingness (high rating).
These styles are based on parents' demandingness (whether they have developmentally appropriate expectations of their child) and responsivity (how sensitively parents perceive and respond to children's needs), Dr.
His topics are consequentialism and the moral agent question, deontology, moral demandingness and two concepts of evaluation, the problem of special relationships, global duties and the state, political legitimacy and the good, and impersonal comparisons of the good.
These modifications shall enable to minimise the time demandingness of the later implemented decommissioning works, minimise the collective doses, provide the continuity of the flow of materials from decommissioning and increase the capacities of transport routes.
According to Baumrind, parenting is characterized by different ratio of balance between responsiveness and demandingness by the parents in addition to psychological control exerted on the child.
The Limits of Moral Obligation: Moral Demandingness and Ought Implies Can, 33, 36.
Post hoc tests showed statistically significant differences between the CG and the rest of the groups (ASD, ADHD, ASD+ADHD) on distractibility/hyperactivity, adaptability, demandingness, mood, acceptability, and the Child Domain global score (p < .
Parents high in demandingness but low in responsiveness were more likely to have adult children who were high in all three dimensions of perfectionism, but only those children who held high personal standards for themselves used more strategy coping.
In the array of chosen characteristics of the nursing/midwifery teacher (ability to transmit knowledge, responsibility, conscientiousness, punctuality, friendliness, precision, fairness, demandingness, good manners, sense of humour, ability to solve conflicts), the surveyed students, regardless of their type of studies, pointed mainly to five qualities, i.