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id·e·o·graph

 (ĭd′ē-ə-grăf′)
n.

id′e·o·graph′ic adj.
id′e·o·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.ideographically - in an idiographic manner; "it's written ideographically"
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In effect, the stimuli that were ideographically selected for the IRAP for each participant consisted of descriptors of the problematic or negative behaviors that they reported in the questionnaire.
In the context in which I have defined the terms here, this can be done ideographically or nomothetically--or preferably even in some combination of both.
Importantly, the <new evangelization> operates ideographically in the specialized context of the church and, thus, it is not the kind of generalized ideograph that McGee describes such as <the people> or <freedom>.
The last study is of particular importance for this paper as the therapists' focus on ideographically relevant CRBs was significantly greater in the FAP + CT condition than CT alone, providing clear evidence for FAP's utility in treating depression.