hyperawareness

hyperawareness

(ˌhaɪpərəˈwɛənəs)
n
an acute alertness or awareness
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First, the author establishes a hyperawareness that her novel is a thing, created and designed by someone.
The study found that, in the area of people, fewer than 10 percent of companies have achieved a level of excellence in three key capabilities of digital business agility: hyperawareness, informed decision-making, and fast execution.
Josef's hyperawareness of sound is matched by Kundera's use of euphony in describing Josef's alienation to it (for example, the bass note of "etait" in the past tense or as an auxiliary verb for the pluperfect, and the use of alliteration or consonance, so we can hear Josef's frustration and a monotonous sound).
Charlotte's partial connection to middleclass groups maintains a hyperawareness of the volatility of her current class position as a woman permitted entry into the ranks of elites only by way of marriage.
Not an easy decision to make in this age of brand hyperawareness.
But Paradise and Mason & Dixon share a hyperawareness of these issues that is reflexive and atypical for the time.
The hyperawareness of the ephemeral nature of the instant is a constant reminder of literary modernism being a literature of the historicized subject.
Shay (1994, 173-5) addresses militaristic calculation and hyperawareness of danger as predictable symptoms of PTSD--symptoms closely aligned with the manipulative rationality employed persistently by Medea.
24) David's self-reflexive style, his "hyperconsciousness," provides him with a Jewish postmodern perspective that critic Jim Collins associates with "a hyperawareness on the part of the text itself of its cultural status, function and history.
An individual like her has a hyperawareness about everything going on around her.
But she's got a warrior's skills: hyperawareness, hypervigilance, adrenaline-sharp quick-scanning for danger, for triggers.
The device of the iconic e thus brings together Keats's penchant for "self-quizzing" with his distrust of egoism and his apparently constitutional hyperawareness of others' selves.