Definition of Reframing

1. Verb. (present participle of reframe) ¹



2. Noun. Framing anew or again. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Reframing

1. reframe [v] - See also: reframe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reframing

refrain
refrained
refrainer
refrainers
refrainest
refraineth
refraining
refrainment
refrainments
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reframing (current term)
reframings
refrangibilities
refrangibility
refrangible
refrangibleness
refreeze
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refrein
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refrenation
refrenations
refresh
refreshable

Literary usage of Reframing

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1. Though All Things Differ: Pluralism as a Basis for Cooperation in Forests by Eva Wollenberg, Jon Anderson, Citlalli Lopez (2005)
"reframing Decisions reframing is a common technique used in conflict management. The size, age, and multiplicity of resources of many forests offer many ..."

2. The Lasting Salute: Civil & Military Funerals 1921-1969 by B. C. Mossman, M. W. Stark (1995)
"A related technique, reframing or cognitive reappraisal, ... reframing can add to patients' feelings of control over their situations (see Attachment C). ..."

3. Hacking College by Dean Kohrs (2006)
"reframing for the Future Psychologists often refer to a change in our ... The better we are at reframing situations, the better we will be able to cope with ..."

4. Motivational Enhancement Therapy Manual: A Clinical Research Guide for by William R. Miller (1994)
"Elicited information is then responded to with empathie reflection, affirmation, or reframing (see below). The first MET session should always include ..."

5. Treatment Services for Adolescent Substance Abusers by Alfred S. Friedman (1998)
"Positive Refraining Positive reframing helps an individual look at ... Also implied in the concept of reframing is the belief that people have the resources ..."

6. Life of Richard Wagner by Carl Friedrich Glasenapp, William Ashton Ellis (1904)
"The said reframing will be furnished by the close of Liszt's next epistle to Carolyne; a very long epistle, but teeming with characteristics—not of Wagner ..."

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