overcontrolling

overcontrolling

(ˌəʊvəkənˈtrəʊlɪŋ)
adj
excessively controlling
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As you slow, the stabilator's declining authority can lead to some pretty wild oscillations and overcontrolling.
It means being involved in a child's life in a way that is overcontrolling, overprotecting, and overperfecting, in a way that is in excess of responsible parenting," says Dr.
For such detractors, however much the bodily horror described in Amour differs from the torture Haneke typically depicts, the overcontrolling manner in which he applies his lessons retains his air of schoolmasterly arrogation.
Eighteen percent of primary caregivers were thought to use excessive discipline, and 6% were considered overcontrolling.
to settle on claims not believe This is the very same overcontrolling mindset that gives rise to the trend to place a complex series of traffic lights at roundabouts - the local government planners love the extra layer of system and regulation despite the overwhelming evidence that the extra control imposed hinders the natural flow of traffic.
Conversely, they may attempt resolution of such ambiguous or challenging aspects of health care through overcontrolling responses (e.
As expected, the two dimensions of the PBI were negatively correlated, suggesting that students who rated their parents high on care were less likely to perceive their parents as overcontrolling (in effect rating them "high" on the amount of autonomy they were likely to give to the student).
Consumption is no longer perceived to be a priority and overcontrolling of the social interbond, but is secondary and subordinated to the social bond.
Along with asking the FAA to ground one particular LSA model, the Zenith Zodiac CH 601 XL, the NTSB is requesting that ASTM bolster requirements to reduce the potential for aerodynamic flutter, minimise inadvertent overcontrolling of the aircraft through stick forces and ensure accurate airspeed indications.
Domineering and overcontrolling parents often don't allow their gifted children to make significant or even minor decisions.
LOUIS -- Anxiety disorders may be transmitted from one generation to the next by specific family environmental factors such as parental modeling, overcontrolling parental behavior, and family conflict, according to a study presented at the annual conference of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America.