extrinsical

extrinsical

(ɪkˈstrɪnsɪkəl)
n
obsolete an extrinsic thing
adj
extrinsic
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It is a stage influenced by a series of factors: personal ones (connected to the individual's personality, interests, values, aptitudes) (Holland 1966), contextual ones (the individual's family, education, community) (Super 1957), intrinsic or extrinsical, individual or situational (London 1983).
(38) Like coins, jewels also had "extrinsical" value, but, being rare and precious, they did symbolic duty as bearers of stable, inherent worth.
Exclusion criteria were a parent suffering from psychotic disease, acute self or extrinsical threat, or insufficient German language skills.