Traducción de dissociation en español:


disociación, n.

Pronunciación /dɪˌsoʊʃiˈeɪʃ(ə)n/ /dɪˌsoʊsiˈeɪʃ(ə)n/ /dɪˌsəʊʃɪˈeɪʃ(ə)n/ /dɪˌsəʊsɪˈeɪʃ(ə)n/

Ver definición en español de disociación


  • 1

    Química Psicología
    disociación femenino
    • Dissociative experiences are considered to range from the minor dissociations of everyday life to dissociative psychopathology, with higher scores on the DES indicating a greater degree of dissociation.
    • Even when the corpus callosum is intact, striking dissociations of consciousness can be demonstrated.
    • More recent thinking, again of researchers working with adults, has raised questions about the meaning of explicit-implicit dissociations in directed forgetting.
    • Two separate dissociations occurred in Experiments 1 and 2 involving repetition priming in the context of a trivia paradigm.
    • A social judgement task was used to index dissociations between implicit and explicit memory.
    • The energy required for a chemical reaction depends on the bond dissociation energy of the atoms comprising the molecules.
    • In the case of diatomic molecules, the dissociation energy refers to the energy required to break the gaseous molecules into their constituent atoms.
    • Wigner's thesis contains the first theory of the rates of association and dissociation of molecules.
    • These phenomena ultimately depend on the molecular association and dissociation rate constants.
    • The presented study has revealed single-molecule dissociation data for RNA molecules of increasing structural complexity.
  • 2

    (from opinion, act)
    desvinculación femenino
    • For simplicity, the times separating association and dissociation events of the transcription factors are modeled as a random variable that follows a Poisson distribution.
    • Single stomach smooth muscle cells were isolated by enzymatic dissociation with trypsin and collagenase as described previously.
    • It is that dissociation that has so troubled us, so alienated us.
    • By this method, they were able to measure separately the formation and dissociation rates for a few applied voltages.
    • That complete dissociation from one's old life I found appalling.
    • Can we drop the alibi of ignorance - the endless insistence that we did not know - and resist the seductive lures of solipsism, of denial, of dissociation?
    • Such judgment is a kind of abstract dissociation from experience that directs our emotions into proper channels like a letter of complaint that defuses itself by its own propriety.
    • What Shiang herself experiences in Paris, as an almost accidental tourist who doesn't speak French, is severe dislocation and even dissociation.
    • This dissociation between the strength of the regional identity and its expression on the ideological plane is the locus of the flexibility and endurance of the movement.
    • Evidence of Amis' complete dissociation from contemporary culture has played out lately amid his spacy declarations concerning the internet.
    • It's true that the blockades are exciting, but what is truly exiting about the organization is that it brooks no dissociation between that excitement and our everyday lives.
    • The latter term is in dissociation from those scientific strategies which might be designated as statistical analysis of experimental behavior.
    • The oscillating effect necessarily draws upon all that is absent, creating an inevitable and disturbing condition of dissociation.
    • I wonder at Julian's severe dissociation of mind and body.
    • In Hobsbawm's case, its interest lies not in any dissociation, but in the connection between political loyalty and social accommodation.
    • But California's decades of dissociation from reality are catching up with it.
    • We were surprised to be able to distinguish the dissociation of fibers, as the fluorescence signal from fibers is only 9% of the total fluorescence from the virus.