OTHER WORDS FROM externalizenon·ex·ter·nal·ized, adjectivesem·i·ex·ter·nal·ized, adjective
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The grisi siknis acts as a way for them to externalize their distress and express the need for help without having to have that awkward conversation or without having to be explicit about what the exact problem is.The Neurologist Who Diagnoses Psychosomatics - Issue 107: The Edge|Steve Paulson|September 22, 2021|Nautilus
Yet the discovery that experiences and knowledge can be implanted or externalized has also given memory a different meaning.How technology can let us see and manipulate memories|Joshua Sariñana|August 25, 2021|MIT Technology Review
We can report that driving around in circles really fast is fun if you don’t think at all about the externalized costs.Postcard From Thermal: Surviving the Climate Gap in Eastern Coachella Valley|by Elizabeth Weil and Mauricio Rodríguez Pons|August 17, 2021|ProPublica
This score is thought to reflect a person’s “internalizing” liability to develop anxiety and mood disorders, an “externalizing” liability, such as to abuse drugs and break laws, and a propensity to delusions and other forms of psychotic thinking.Psychology has struggled for a century to make sense of the mind|Bruce Bower|August 11, 2021|Science News
Here’s one individual, one human, who was particularly capable and productive, but could create all this externalized information.My 3 Greatest Revelations - Issue 102: Hidden Truths|Caleb Scharf|June 16, 2021|Nautilus
You cannot perform or externalize your vanity as overtly as Bieber did without again emphasizing to the world you are a jerk.
A change of will can always manifest itself in action but it is very difficult to externalize convincingly a mere change of heart.Play-Making|William Archer
Then live these in your mind, making no room for unclean thought, and you will externalize them in your body.Thoughts I Met on the Highway|Ralph Waldo Trine
Gora Dwight had told him that he must learn to "externalize his emotions," and he felt that here was the supreme opportunity.Black Oxen|Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
We encounter language as we continuously externalize our biological and cultural identities in the act of living as human beings.
Ideas express the implicit will of the human being to externalize them (what Marcuse called "the imperative quality" of thought).