Instead, politicians and pundits perseverate
on reducing firing speeds, excluding mentally ill people from the right to buy a gun, and building lists of people with ties to terrorist groups: interventions aimed at minimizing the odds of already-rare deaths from mass shootings.
Cummins (2001) suggested that teachers tend to perseverate
on deficit beliefs rather than the distribution of economic and educational resources as factors perpetuating student underachievement.
But Portwood didn't perseverate
on bullying or Abraham.
Those unresolved feelings and/or traumatic experiences may be stored as muscle tension and shock, or perseverate
in memories and dysfunctional behavior patterns.
They can, in fact, follow a plan, provided they perseverate
on it with the exclusion of all else.
Riley's anxiety would increase and he would perseverate
on the time Tom was supposed to have been home; leading to talking back to Jen and difficulty following through on what was asked of him.
Children can accurately switch from sorting coins by their size to sorting coins by their value once they develop the ability to perseverate
Alternatively, attending less school may have resulted in more time and fewer distractions to thoughtfully complete symptom diaries or perseverate
I loved getting comments from Joe because he was so thorough and so perceptive, although, to be completely honest, he could occasionally be annoying, especially when he would perseverate
about matters of disagreement.
Social media outlets have provided a means to perseverate
and implicate others remotely, however, and Mr.
Although we perseverate
on development of more specific measurement and instrument design (with good reason), this chapter helps to identify the "forest" issues that may hide the accountability system "trees.
Perhaps like many primary care clinicians, I perseverate
on diseases most prevalent or problematic.