2. Noun. (''in combination'') The state of being centered on the thing specified. ¹
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Definition of Centeredness
1. [n -ES]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Centeredness
Literary usage of Centeredness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Overview of the Third Text Retrieval Conference (Trec-3) edited by D. K. Harmon (1995)
"User centeredness of hypertext systems can also be enhanced. ... One way to increase user centeredness of hypertext is to give users more control over ..."
2. The Rich Single Life: Abundance, Opportunity & Purpose in God by By Andrew Farmer (1998)
"Loneliness can be made worse by self-centeredness— the drive to arrange people and situations in ... Self-centeredness always bears the fruit of loneliness. ..."
3. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1921)
"All this is due to the fact that evolution had not as yet coaxed man from his shell of self-centeredness. On the whole, man lives in a little universe of ..."
4. Women at Thirtysomething: Paradoxes of Attainment (1991)
"There was also a parallel between the increasing importance of money and what one might call a "self-centeredness" variable, that is, the tendency to value ..."
5. An Unentangled Knowing: Lessons in Training the Mind by Upasika K. Nanayon (1998)
"So focus on making centeredness the basic level of the mind and then start ... You focus instead on the neutral, uninvolved centeredness of the mind. ..."
6. Building a Better Delivery System: A New Engineering/Health Care Partnership by Proctor P. Reid, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine (U.S.) (2005)
"... effectiveness, patient-centeredness, and timeliness, and, at the same time, anticipate, measure, and manage the effects of these interventions on other ..."
7. Case-study Possibilities: A Forecast by Ada Eliot Sheffield, Research Bureau on Social Case Work (1922)
"R^any acts on the part of Eleanor and of Fannie went to make up what was called self- centeredness or obedience and truthfulness; ..."