- attune + -ment (Wiktionary)
“When parent and baby click, it reflects what psychiatrist Daniel Stern called attunement.”
“Perhaps the strongest influence is what psychiatrist Daniel Stern calls attunement -- whether caregivers "" play back a child's inner feelings. '”
“In short, we have here once more another instance of that "attunement" between sender and receiver the most common instance of which is the wireless telegraph.”
“You learn to do Reiki by receiving an "attunement" from a Reiki master.”
“attunement" which, as we have informed you, is operative on the plane of thought and mental vibrations as well as on that of wireless telegraphy.”
“reading of Homer and other texts, they rely heavily on Heidegger's concept of "attunement,”
“In his early research on attunement, Stern and his colleagues filmed mothers interacting with their babies, who were seated in inclined infant seats so that they could “talk” to their parents.”
“It was inspired in part by the company's performance last January at the Tasmanian Circus Festival, where, upside-down on the other side of the earth, she felt a special attunement to her body's navigation system.”
“Neglect can take the form of ignoring or not seeing another's humanness, withholding care, nurturing and attention or a shutting down of the relational behaviors that reflect attunement and connection.”
“Friendships, I have always thought, should be a source of joy, understanding, and attunement.”
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Words that will come in handy for my senior thesis, which I am working on "as we speak."
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