self-observation

self-observation
savistaba statusas T sritis švietimas apibrėžtis Savo paties psichinių reiškinių ir veiksmų stebėjimas; svarbiausias savęs pažinimo būdas. Savistabos gebėjimas ugdomas bendraujant su žmonėmis, stengiantis įvertinti savo patyrimą. Darbas, santykiai su draugais ir vyresniaisiais vertinami pagal tam darbui ar bendradarbiavimui keliamus reikalavimus. Savistaba labai reikšminga savimonei ir savikontrolei. atitikmenys: angl. self-observation vok. Selbstbeobachtung rus. самонаблюдение

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