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... own thoughts and reports back to themselves how they feel. This is also called self-reflection.
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... creative thoughts, and this is often interpreted as a potential sign that someone may be being deceitful in some situations, i.e. creating a version of events.
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... thoughts of patients in order to identify the underlying causes of their complaints.
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