overcontrolled

overcontrolled

(ˌəʊvəkənˈtrəʊld)
adj
excessively controlled
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Some studies find three types, called "resilient," "overcontrolled," and "undercontrolled," but others don't.
Resilient, overcontrolled, and undercontrolled personality prototypes in childhood: Replicability, predictive power, and the trait-type issues.
Although control for location reduced the magnitude of our associations, it also widened our confidence intervals, suggesting that control for confounding by location may have also overcontrolled for exposure by eliminating variability between metropolitan areas.
Conversely, at a firm whose existing control-effectiveness ratings are above those required by its risk tolerance level (or an overcontrolled process), the NN can identify a new subset of lower-rated controls to be implemented at perhaps a substantially lower cost.
The checklist assesses internalizing (i.e., anxious, depressive, and overcontrolled) and externalizing (i.e., aggressive, hyperactive, noncompliant, and undercontrolled) behaviors.
The other two paths depict more passive behaviors, starting from a state of anxiety, which tends to lead to an overcontrolled lifestyle, and from a state of compliance, which tends to lead to a reserved lifestyle.
The investigation revealed that, on the first approach, the waving LSO stated the pilot overcontrolled a low start, drifted left in the middle but corrected nicely and, from an in-close position, was on centerline and on glide slope.
WASPs might be overcontrolled back East, but once they cross the Mississippi, the big expanse of real America sets in.
Jim Ferguson, an aviation expert, said: "It looks as if he has overcontrolled the aircraft and it has swung beyond where he wanted it to go.
As expected, this specification lowered the estimates for diabetes because it "overcontrolled" by attributing some costs to attributable conditions (e.g., CVD), that are legitimately attributable to diabetes.
The three most commonly identified personality prototypes are labeled resilient, undercontrolled, and overcontrolled. (12-17) Individuals characterized by the resilient personality type tend to exhibit positive emotionality, are socially adept, and are able to regulate their emotions effectively.