overevaluation

overevaluation

(ˌəʊvərɪˌvæljʊˈeɪʃən)
n
excessive evaluation
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At the level of beneficiaries, the causes identified in this study were the poor expertise in drafting projects, the opposite effect of decreasing bureacracy measures, difficult decision-making process in the case of public local authorities as beneficiaries, inadequate conduct of public procurement procedures, overevaluation of financial and implementing capacity of projects on behalf of many beneficiaries, limited management capacity to 55 works/service contracts from projects and the lack of insuring clauses in what the compliance with quality requirements and execution deadlines of works are concerned.
Perfectionism and its relation to overevaluation of weight and shape and depression in an eating disorder sample.
Overall, students' overevaluation of reading competence might be because shortcomings in reading are easier to conceal than faults in other language skills.
Having become acquainted now with the cases of Chico Xavier and Pearl Curran, I offer an alternative to the anomalous explanation: an overevaluation of the literary and philosophical (and in the case of Xavier also scientific) merits of the work, alongside with an underestimation of ordinary human capabilities.
(2001) found that college women with EDNOS experience significant body dissatisfaction, drive for thinness, overevaluation of appearance, rumination of eating and weight management, unstable self-evaluation, stress, anxiety, depression, perfectionism, fears related to maturity and self-sufficiency, and struggles with functioning autonomously in the adult world.
The crisis was aggravated by the simultaneous globalization of the market as a consequence of the fall of the `iron curtain', the overevaluation of the Yen, and ultimately the Asian financial crisis in 1997.
Similar to an obsessive-compulsive personality style, family histories of those with a narcissistic personality style are often characterized by parental overevaluation and indulgence (Sperry & Mosak, 1996), with parental approval and affection often tied to personal accomplishments rather than the self (Ivey & Ivey, 1998).
(250) It is by no means obvious how to compare prejudice from overevaluation against probative value.
Either one of these two difference scores can be positive (indicating overconfidence or overevaluation) or negative (indicating underconfidence or under-evaluation).
In contrast, object sublimation, the overevaluation of the object, conventionally the sublimation of the feminine object, means that the woman's value to the man exceeds that which he attributes to his own life.
(1993), "Overevaluation of own attributes: mere ownership effect or subjective frequency," Social Cognition, Vol.
In an effort to reduce overevaluation in the area, BOR rescinded plats for two irrigation blocks and acquired private lands within adjacent irrigated Project lands.