Dressat

English translation: acquired behaviour scheme

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German term or phrase:Dressat (phil/psych)
English translation:acquired behaviour scheme
Entered by: Johanna Timm, PhD

03:59 Apr 2, 2003
German to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Philosophy / Philosophy
German term or phrase: Dressat
Dazu wird nicht zuletzt gehören, dass man den Gehorsam nicht als Selbstverständlichkeit ansieht und nicht als Dressat durch einseitiges Kommunizieren vom Befehlenden zum Gehorchenden erzwingt, sondern bewusste Rücksicht auf den Schwächeren nimmt.

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Johanna Timm, PhD
Canada
Local time: 17:32
acquired behaviour schemes
Explanation:
Definition Begriff fuer erworbene oder anerzogene Verhaltensschemata,die auch bei unvollkommener Anpassungsmoeglichkeit eine Selbstbehauptung ermoeglichen sollen

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ANDERSON ARCANJO
Brazil
Local time: 22:32
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This sounds indeed excellent-- with this text, it never even ocurred to me to check the Eurodicautom. I had fiddled around with "acquired adjustment pattern" but I like your version much better. Thanks for your prompt help.
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acquired behaviour schemes


Explanation:
Definition Begriff fuer erworbene oder anerzogene Verhaltensschemata,die auch bei unvollkommener Anpassungsmoeglichkeit eine Selbstbehauptung ermoeglichen sollen

Reference Reallex Med
(1)
TERM Dressat

Reference Reallex Med



(1)
TERM acquired behaviour schemes

Reference Reallex Med




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ANDERSON ARCANJO
Brazil
Local time: 22:32
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Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese
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Grading comment
This sounds indeed excellent-- with this text, it never even ocurred to me to check the Eurodicautom. I had fiddled around with "acquired adjustment pattern" but I like your version much better. Thanks for your prompt help.
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