ORIENTATION

1. knowledge of the self and of exterior reality, that being, the capacity to recognize one's self and to be aware of the time, the place, and the self one is speaking to. 2. the behavior regarding direction of the body or of progressing in the direction of an exterior stimulant, like light, gravity, or some other factor of the surroundings in sight, the degree of tilt of the long axis of a sight stimulant. 4. relative location or alignment, for instance, of a bodily part or an atom in a chemical mixture. 5. the procedure of familiarizing yourself with a brand new surrounding. 6. a person

ORIENTATION: "Orientation to one's family is never thought to be something a personal formally has to go through, but it can be quite difficult for those who have been separated from their families to have to reacclimatize to them."
Cite this page: N., Pam M.S., "ORIENTATION," in PsychologyDictionary.org, April 7, 2013, https://psychologydictionary.org/orientation/ (accessed October 28, 2019).
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