reappraisal


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re·ap·prais·al

 (rē′ə-prā′zəl)
n.
A new appraisal or evaluation.

reappraisal

(ˌriːəˈpreɪzəl)
n
the assessment or estimation again of the worth, value, or quality of a person or thing
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.reappraisal - a new appraisal or evaluationreappraisal - a new appraisal or evaluation  
appraisal, assessment - the classification of someone or something with respect to its worth
stocktaking, stock-taking - reappraisal of a situation or position or outlook
Translations

reappraisal

[ˈriːəˈpreɪzəl] Nrevaluación f

reappraisal

[ˌriːəˈpreɪzəl] n [ideas, policies, plans] → réévaluation f

reappraisal

n (of situation, problem)Neubeurteilung f; (of author, film etc also)Neubewertung f

reappraisal

[ˌriːəˈpreɪzl] nriesame m
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entitled `A History of Resistance in the Colonial Punjab, 1914-1947: A Reappraisal', while Usman Hameed, son of Shaukat Hameed, got his degree in the subject of History after approval of his thesis entitled `Pakistan-Turkey Relations, 1973 to 2013: A Historical Perspective'.
Following an on time and on budget implementation, The Commonwealth contracted with Tyler for its CLT Appraisal Services in 2016 to gather street-level images of all residential and commercial properties on the island of New Providence, as well as conduct a pilot reappraisal project of 6,600 properties on the island.
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It can also be a unconscious cognitive processes (selective attention, memory distortions, denial or projection), or consciences processes: Self-blame, blaming others, rumination, catastrophizing, putting into perspective, refocus on planning, positive refocusing, positive reappraisal (11).
The ability to find a silver lining in an otherwise difficult circumstance is known as cognitive reappraisal. It's a cornerstone of cognitive behavioral therapy, a common form of psychotherapy that focuses on changing the way you think about a situation in order to come up with coping strategies.
Strategies could include cognitive reappraisal -- trying to think of the stressor in a more positive way -- and suppression, or inhibiting the expression of emotions in reaction to a stressor.
The study, by the University of Pennsylvania in the US, explored whether the strategies adolescents used to deal with chronic stress caused by families including cognitive reappraisal -- trying to think of the stressor in a more positive way -- and suppression, or inhibiting the expression of emotions in reaction to a stressor, affected various metabolic and immune processes in the body.
Weng, Ph.D., from the University of California in San Francisco, and colleagues randomized healthy adults to two weeks of compassion or reappraisal training.
Cognitive reappraisal and Expressive suppression are the most common and valuable of the numerous emotion regulation strategies.
For instance, "expressive suppression" (trying to hold back or hide emotions) is predictive of poor emotional outcomes (e.g., anxiety), while "cognitive reappraisal" (reframing emotional situations to make them less emotional) is predictive of healthy emotional functioning [8].
Two well-established emotional regulation strategies are widely applied to control emotional experiences, including expressive suppression and cognitive reappraisal. The former is a way of response modulation whereby individual voluntarily inhibits emotional expressive behavior [3].
The differences between passive religious deferral and the less endorsed subscales of demonic reappraisal (z = -6.30, p < .001), reappraisal of God's power (z = -6.52, p < .001), and punishing God reappraisal (z = -6.85, p < .001) were statistically significant; the differences between pleading for direct intervention and demonic reappraisal (z = -3.42, p = .001), reappraisal of God's power (z = -4.69, p < .001), and punishing God reappraisal (z = -6.27, p < .001) were statistically significant.