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 (ĭn-kŏng′gro͞o-ənt, ĭn′kŏn-gro͞o′ənt)
1. Not congruent.
2. Incongruous.

in·con′gru·ence n.
in·con′gru·ent·ly adv.
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The possibility of incongruence between the patient's story and the disease trajectory and recommended service pathway especially in the wake of patient illiteracy cannot be ruled out.
Actor incongruence centred on actor disagreement about how tc go about putting the obligations under s.
To satisfy the incongruence condition, the description in the newspaper article was of an ethical violation: Apple had been caught employing child labor in its factories in China.
pdf) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (or the DSM-5) officially changed the term "gender identity disorder" to "gender dysphoria," to describe the emotional distress that can result from "a marked incongruence between one's experienced/expressed gender and assigned gender.
Specialised gender identity services provide assessment, care and treatment for people with gender incongruence with their birth-assigned sex who experience gender dysphoria symptoms that require intervention.
Polen adeptly traces the trajectory of Shapira's struggle with the incongruence between tradition and destruction as life in the ghetto became unbearable, and ultimately, unlivable.
After fixation of the distal radius fracture, an intraoperative decision was made regarding treatment of the distal ulna fracture based upon residual displacement, amount of incongruence of the DRUJ, and degree of instability of the distal ulna.
Therefore, the next section considers the proactive personality of incumbent and successor dyads to explore how the congruence or incongruence of personality traits influences the effectiveness of role transitions when incumbents are ready for transitions and when they are not.
Gender dysphoria, in comparison, is the distress caused by the incongruence between one's gender identity and one's anatomy, along with the desire to have the characteristics of one's affirmed gender identity.
This latest incongruence between his factual assertion of a rotten police force on the one hand and his reliance on them to continue prosecuting his drug war as official government policy has dire consequences, which means more killings by corrupt and criminal policemen.
However, in the event that the parent provides less unconditional positive regard toward the child, incongruence develops for the child; there is a discrepancy between experience and self-concept, a feeling of "being vulnerable or anxious" (Rogers, 1957, p.