self-observation

[ ob-zur-vey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-observation
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Psychology, resting on self-observation, is pronounced a delusion.

So far as self-observation throws any light on the matter, this statement appears to be correct.

But the very keenness of his self-observation gradually brings him healing: a mastery of the body by the brain.

They are not quite so new to the world, to experimental labor in the business of tuition, or to self-observation.

It can only be determined by practised self-consciousness and self-observation, assisted by observation of others.

Once he has spoken he can improve himself by self-observation or according to the criticisms of those who hear.

Upon the ground alone that substance be the object of self-observation, as cause is said to be.

In the adult mind the disturbing influence of self-observation is a matter of notorious moment.

Speaking simply from self-observation, I find that in my own case tea and coffee are far more perilous than tobacco.

Moreover, we shall never get acquainted with this mental field of view from self-observation alone.

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