self-observation


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self-ob·ser·va·tion

(sĕlf′ŏb′zər-vā′shən)
n.
1. Observation of one's own countenance or appearance.
2. Examination of one's own thoughts or emotions.
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Equal protection is a value that is upheld only in the course of a system's self-observation. You can assert it only from within the legal system.
We assure the coaches that the staff will not be watching all of their videos; that the main benefits are self-observation, reflection, and growth; and that any video observation from administrative staff is in the spirit of supportive, constructive feedback.
Effective leadership starts with honing self-observation skills and a willingness to attain expansion, which can only take place outside of our comfort zone.
Pay attention, these moments tell you: You have reached an opportunity for self-observation that will absolutely never come again.
Johnny developed his penchant for impassivity and self-observation at a young age as a response to the maltreatment he endured.
It contains three main strategy domains (Furtner et al., 2015): behavior-focused strategies (self-goal setting, self-observation, self-reward, self-punishment, and self-cueing), natural reward strategies (fostering intrinsic motivation), and constructive thought pattern strategies (visualizing successful performance, self-talk, and evaluating beliefs and assumptions).
"This stage in art making molded me early on," he said, "and the attitude toward its creation endeared me to producing artistic expressions that were all about self-honesty and self-observation."
Based on Li, Dey, and Forlizzi's (2010) stage-based model of self-tracking, self-observation data are described as a special form of digital trace, and potential contextual factors that influence self-tracking data at different stages of the self-observation process are discussed.
The Performance Phase (Zimmerman, 2002) includes self-control and self-observation, with self-control referring to the deployment of learning strategies chosen in the Forethought Phase and self-observation referring to keeping track of or recording personal events.
Behavior-focused strategies include self-awareness and use of self-goal setting, self-reward, self-punishment, self-observation, and self-cueing to make individuals more cognizant of behavior (Manz & Neck, 2004).
Further, mindful exercise such as yoga, tai chi, and qigong combines the non-technological tools of breathing, attention/ awareness, movement, and sometimes self-observation (e.g., feedback from looking a mirror) and/or external observation (e.g., feedback from a facilitator) to help the client develop awareness and influence over their physiological and psychological responses.
Focusing on fun and personal growth, the series of monthly workshops is designed to promote wellness by providing an opportunity for honest self-observation and to develop life-changing coping tools in a relaxing environment among friendly and supportive women.