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Job stressors, emotional exhaustion, and need for recovery: A multi-source study on the benefits of psychological detachment.
Of these recovery experiences, psychological detachment from work has been the most widely studied, since the work of Etzion et al.
Moral consideration aside, Henrietta Barnett was alarmed at the potential social effects of increasing residential segregation: spatial division would engender social and psychological detachment and, ultimately, hostility between classes.
Dissociation involves psychological detachment from one's surroundings and a distancing of self from sensations, thoughts or emotions.
With the majority of its professionals having had a personal and intimate relationship with addiction, either through their own or through parental addiction within their families of origin, they often lack the emotional and psychological detachment necessary to maintain objectivity when providing treatment and open-mindedness when assessing new scientific data.

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