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Reflectiveness is an aspect of cognitive style, a tendency to have a slow conceptual tempo to take time to think, rather than to act impulsively. It is perhaps linked with the personality trait of introversion and the ability to self monitor.

Development of reflectivenessEdit

Professional reflectivenessEdit

Reflective practice in clinical psychologyEdit

Reflective practice in educational psychologyEdit

Reflective practice in organizational psychologyEdit

Other areas of applicationEdit

Reflectiveness in sports psychologyEdit


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Abbey, E. (2004). The Blind Leading the Seeing: A Path to Self-Reflexivity: Culture & Psychology Vol 10(4) Dec 2004, 409-415.

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  • Allen, C. J. (1996). Understanding preschoolers' problem solving in Logo microworlds through critical analysis of audit trails. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Bernbach, E. (2002). Reflective functioning and the therapeutic relationship: Understanding change in brief relational therapy. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering.
  • Boyd, K. B. (2001). Critical thinking tests and higher education research. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences.

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