The capacity to gain an accurate and deep intuitive understanding of a person or thing
this paper is alive with sympathetic insight into Shakespeare
An understanding of this kind
the signals would give marine biologists new insights into the behavior of whales
New understanding by a mentally ill person of the causes of their disorder
penetration: clear or deep perception of a situation
a feeling of understanding
the clear (and often sudden) understanding of a complex situation
grasping the inner nature of things intuitively
(insightful) exhibiting insight or clear and deep perception; "an insightful parent"; "the chapter is insightful and suggestive of new perspectives"-R.C.Angell
Insight can be used with several related meanings: An insight that manifests itself suddenly, such as understanding how to solve a difficult problem, is sometimes called by the German word Aha-Erlebnis. The term was coined by the German psychologist and theoretical linguist Karl Bühler. ...
Insight is an current affairs television program, broadcast on the SBS network.
Insight WebClient is an groupware E-Mail client from Bynari embedded on Arachne Web browser for DOS. It supports IMAP4, POP3 and SMTP email protocol with simple settings. It allows Sunbird, Outlook, and Evolution to work together.
Insight was an investigative team for the British newspaper The Sunday Times which was well-known for exposing stories such as discovering Soviet defect Kim Philby's role in MI6, investigating the thalidomide controversy, and revealing the secret manufacture of nuclear weapons by Israel. ...
Insight was an Emmy-winning syndicated television series produced by Paulist Productions that aired 250 episodes from 1960 to 1983. The series presented half-hour dramas illuminating the contemporary search for meaning, freedom, and love. ...
(Insights (FARMS)) The Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies (FARMS) is an informal collaboration of academics devoted to Latter-day Saint historical scholarship. ...
A sight or view of the interior of anything; a deep inspection or view; introspection; frequently used with into; Power of acute observation and deduction; penetration; discernment; perception; Knowledge (usually derived from consumer understanding) that a company applies in order to make a ...
(INSIGHTS) Insight is the condensed sum of the knowledge we gain from our extensive research after it has been filtered either through our multidimensional platform, our trend atlas or by intelligent reduction.
(Insights) Facebook’s answer to web page analysis. For each Facebook page, Insights tracks the number of page views, unique views, total interactions, wall posts, discussion topics, fans, new fans, removed fans, reviews, photo views, audio plays, and video plays.
(Insights) The capacity to discern the true nature of a situation.
Self-understanding. The extent of a patient's understanding of the origin, nature, and mechanisms of attitudes and behavior. More superficially, recognition by the patient that he or she has a psychiatric disorder.
New and significant discovery gained through observation of a performance
refers to the creation of a new mental model; it occurs when new information influences or changes an existing Concept. See also: Knowledge.
n. ~ (approv ) ability to see into the true nature (of sth); deep understanding
The ability to see and clearly and deeply understand the inner nature of things. Instruction for critical thinking fosters insight rather than mere performance; it cultivates the achievement of deeper knowledge and understanding through insight. ...
Awareness of one's difficulties, their impact on ability to do tasks and activities, and how they may affect other people.
A term which relates to the person’s recognition or lack of recognition that he/she has a mental illness.
The University's reporting tool, used to view and create reports from data stored in the Banner database. Insight is accessed through the Ursa portal and reports are organized into Views and Tabs.
The extent to which an individual accurately judges one’s own strengths and weaknesses.
The sight you get when you think about what you see, and about the cultural norms that frame perception.