I add this condition because, if that to which they are related is stated as haphazard and not accurately, the two are not found to be interdependent.
When the terminology is thus correct, it is evident that all correlatives are interdependent.
And as the telephone is essentially the instrument of co-working and interdependent
people, it found itself suddenly welcomed as the most popular and indispensable of all the agencies that put men in touch with each other.
Another purpose of this study was to investigate the functions of interdependent
and independent SC on attitude toward mental health services.
In athletic settings, an individual sports is considered as an independent task which does not require interaction with others, and a team sports is considered as an interdependent
task which requires high interactions with others in the team.
Accordingly, these two views of the individual in society determine the degree to which people feel independent, on one hand, or interdependent
, on the other.
Markus and Kitayama (1991) suggest two types of self-construals, interdependent
and independent, and argue for the systematic influence of these differing self-concepts on cognition, emotion, and motivation.
African American students expressed more salient independent self-construals, whereas Asian American students expressed more salient interdependent
Sir - Glyn Davies is halfway accepting "independence" as a viable and desirable political destination for Wales, and I congratulate him for demolishing one myth, that Wales cannot support itself, but I am sadly disappointed to notice that he clings to another, along with other Welsh politicians who support the Union, and that is that Wales should be interdependent
(which all countries inevitably are in the 21st century).
in the alliance has proven, over the years, to make us stronger rather than more vulnerable.
With that globalization of markets, we become more interdependent
I spoke on how the interdependent
fight had evolved far faster than we might have thought.