cooperativeness


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co·op·er·a·tive

 (kō-ŏp′ər-ə-tĭv, -ə-rā′tĭv, -ŏp′rə-)
adj.
1. Done in cooperation with others: a cooperative effort.
2. Marked by willingness to cooperate; compliant: a cooperative patient.
3. Of, relating to, or formed as an enterprise or organization jointly owned or managed by those who use its facilities or services: a cooperative department store; cooperative apartment buildings.
n.
1. An enterprise or organization that is owned or managed jointly by those who use its facilities or services.
2.
a. A building or complex in which the residents buy shares of stock in a building corporation and are given a lease to a specific apartment.
b. An apartment in such a building or complex.

co·op′er·a·tive·ly adv.
co·op′er·a·tive·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cooperativeness - the trait of being cooperativecooperativeness - the trait of being cooperative  
tractability, tractableness, flexibility - the trait of being easily persuaded
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Wesseh expresses appreciation for Liberians for the level of cooperativeness being displaced by citizens and government since the enforcement of the peace document.
Parents contributed in many ways; they comforted and supported the children, kept the children calm, reduced the children's stress, and increased the children's cooperativeness (Coyne, 2015; de Melo et al., 2014; Higham & Davies, 2013).
In this course, participants will learn individual tendencies toward a particular conflict management style depending on their assertiveness and cooperativeness, and most importantly, practical guides to handling conflicts.
Instead of simply hardening schools against attack, educators should focus on building school environments characterized by mutual trust, active listening, respect for student voices and expression, cooperativeness, and caring relationships with and among students.
Temperament, which reflects the biological, innate part of personality, is four-dimensional, and it comprises Novelty Seeking (NS), Harm Avoidance (HA), Reward Dependence (RD), and Persistence (P), whereas character, modeled by experience and learning, is three-dimensional, and consists of Self-Directedness (SD), Cooperativeness (C), and Self-Transcendence (ST).
Al Bustani stressed that the high demand for registration is a healthy indicator of the business sector's cooperativeness during the large-scale campaign launched by the Authority to introduce the Scheme, outline the steps for registration, and highlight the requirements listed in induction programmes through the official website of the Authority, social networking sites, newspapers and audio-visual media.
Khalid Al Bustani stressed that the high demand for registration is a healthy indicator of the business sector's cooperativeness during the large-scale campaign launched by the Authority to introduce the Scheme, outline the steps for registration, and highlight the requirements listed in induction programmes through the official website of the Authority, social networking sites, newspapers and audio-visual media.
Our sample of healthcare architects also scored high on "agreeableness," which measures compassion and cooperativeness rather than suspicion and antagonism toward others.
In the character dimension, self-directedness (SD) was divided into 5 subscales (SD1: responsibility, SD2: purposefulness, SD3: resourcefulness, SD4: self-acceptance, SD5: enlightened second nature); and cooperativeness (C) was divided into 5 subscales (C1: social acceptance, C2: empathy, C3: helpfulness, C4: compassion, C5: pure-hearted conscience); and self-transcendence (ST) was divided into 3 subscales (ST1: self-forgetfulness, ST2: transpersonal identification, ST3: spiritual acceptance) (13).
"For now, what is important is he arrived safely and we appreciate his cooperativeness," Solda said.
Since there is ample evidence that specific nonverbal behavior can lead to higher cooperativeness perception [26], the present study focuses on the effects of the agent's nonverbal behavior.
Alexithymia and low cooperativeness are associated with suicide attempts in male military personnel with adjustment disorder: A case-control study.

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