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His research focused on individuation the negative forms of social influence (such as conformity, obedience and the bystander effect) and the use of time perspective as therapy after trauma.
This process of individuation is all the more impressive for its refusal to present its team as a classic band of archetypes.
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medical Definition of individuation
individuateplay \-ˈvij-ə-ˌwāt\ transitive verb individuated; individuating
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