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Q: By thinking about our motives, values, preferences, and eccentricities, we are engaging in Answer A)civility. B)self-validation. C)self-reflection. D)self-absorption.
A: By thinking about our motives, values, preferences, and eccentricities, we are engaging in SELF REFLECTION.
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User: By thinking about our motives, values, preferences, and eccentricities, we are engaging in Answer A)civility. B)self-validation. C)self-reflection. D)self-absorption.

Weegy: B)self-validation
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Asked 4/20/2012 6:45:49 PM
Updated 4/22/2012 3:00:32 PM
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By thinking about our motives, values, preferences, and eccentricities, we are engaging in SELF REFLECTION.
Added 4/21/2012 8:55:11 PM
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Self validation is acceptance your motives and preferences, while reflection is examining what this motives and preferences are.
Added 4/21/2012 8:56:03 PM
Seems like both answers are pretty close but I guess your right. Thanks for correcting.
Added 4/22/2012 10:52:50 AM
I was confused at first as well, but the more I researched it, the more I realized the difference. Some of these can be very tricky...LOL!
Added 4/22/2012 3:00:32 PM
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dont base on points, what matter is how you'll provide the best answer to the user..
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@brainstorm: i only did it a couple of times and I think it is NOT right for you to say that I do it ALWAYS. I am certain that the number of occasions I separated my answer and my source is just less than 1% of my total points. You are giving FALSE accusation brainstorm.... there is a big DIFFERENCE between ALWAYS and A COUPLE of TIMES. I am not picking a fight here but I hope before you post a comment, make sure you its the correct information.

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ok my mistake not always..sorry. but you've did it more often.
pls be fair..that is just what im saying..
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Brainstorm, that was a little harsh, especially since samn had already deleted the extra posting. As far as I am concerned this was already handled and your extra comments were mean and unnecessary.
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