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Rowen and Malcolm (2002), for example, examined internalized homophobia and its relationship to homosexual identity formation, self-esteem, and self-concept among 86 gay men.
We also observed the following regarding the phenomenon of intracytoplasmic agglomeration of C/Fe particulates: At 4 hr postexposure, numerous particulates had become internalized.
It is fraught with personal and social issues, including internalized homophobia, employment discrimination, and much more.
In a study of African Caribbean adolescents aged 14-16 years, internalized racism was associated with increased waist circumference and insulin resistance.
When these molecules were fused with other molecules, the fusion product was internalized in cells expressing hTfR.
In summation, you just can't accept romantics and their notions of internalized aural and melodical genius anymore.
In the bright desert sunlight, the whole place acts as a giant internalized sundial, with light slowly moving over the polished concrete floors and the wonderfully richly textured earth walls.
Characteristic of this unit, their voluntarism was not merely a choice, but a self-imperative borne of a code of conduct thoroughly internalized.
But, after a time of testing, an internalized and simplified Church will radiate great power and influence; for the population of an entirely planned and controlled world are going to be inexpressibly lonely.
Two excellent examples of sacred stories that pertain to the temple metaphor, considered for their mythological or internalized meaning, are found in the Christian and Jewish traditions.
Specialists in child and human development understand that self-control through internalized values and morality is both preferable and ultimately more effective than methods that involve external control.
The present study evaluated internalized and externalized anger in 92 adolescent psychiatric inpatients.