Clarifying Concept of Interest

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An abstract concept is one which cannot be identified by any of the five senses. It is something that is not in the “here and now” (Ylvisaker, 2006). Like for example pain, love, guilt etc.

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Unit 3 Topic 1Clarifying Concept of InterestAn abstract concept is one which cannot be identified by any of the five senses. It is something that is not in the here and now (Ylvisaker, 2006). Like for example pain, love, guilt etc. In terms of nursing it would be when a patient feels phantom pain in a limb that no longer exists. The patient may not be actually hurting anywhere but the psychological pain is still there and thus the patient should be put under observation and dealt with properly.A concrete concept is one which is limited to spatial-temporal reality. These concepts ca

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