Psychological mindedness refers to a person’s capacity for self-examination, self-reflection, introspection and personal insight. It includes an ability to recognize meanings that underlie overt words and actions, and to appreciate emotional nuance and complexity. Combine recognition of the links between past and present with skill seeing relationships among thoughts, feelings, and actions. Plus, insight into one’s own and others’ motives and intentions. Psychologically minded people have above-average insight into mental life.
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