Compensation refers to the process of psychologically counterbalancing perceived weaknesses by emphasizing strength in other arenas.

Siehe auch:
"Compensation" findet sich im UNSPSC Code "43201508"
  DCFMs (Dispersion Compensation Fiber Module)

Other /More definition:
Compensation refers to a defense mechanism characterized by efforts to overcome imagined or real inferiorities by developing one's abilities; a motivation to overcome inferiority and to strive for higher levels of development. According to Adler, Compensation is the making up for a weakness by developing strengths in other areas.

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