inadaptive

inadaptive

(ˌɪnəˈdæptɪv)
adj
characterized by the failure to adapt
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People of good will, whether among populist upstarts, established political parties, or elsewhere, will not succeed in building lasting institutions without a clear admission of the rickety and inadaptive nature of certain postwar structures.
To explain this broad relationship with psychopathology in general, Ingram proposed the term "self-absorption" to refer to a dysfunctional quality of inadaptive self-focused attention.
This observation leads us to regard self-awareness as being critical for everyone (students especially) as part of both the hygiene aspect of active learning (e.g., the regulatory process or self-directed learning, Gibbons, 2002) and the prevention of inadaptive learning (e.g., avoidance or loss of motivation).