[ree-al-i-tee-beyst] /riˈæl ɪ tiˌbeɪst/
(especially of television) portraying or alleging to portray events as they actually happened.
noun 1. a corrective confronting of reality, in order to counteract one’s expectations, prejudices, or the like. noun 1. an occasion or opportunity to consider a matter realistically or honestly noun phrase A confirmation of fact, esp when compared with fantasy: Proxmire’s pronouncements provided a reality check on spending requests (1990s+) An assessment to determine […]
- Reality fiction
noun 1. a satirical parody of a reality TV show
- Reality hacking
noun See urban exploration
noun, Psychoanalysis. 1. the motivating force or mechanism by which the child, who has previously sought immediate gratification of all wishes, realizes that gratification must sometimes be deferred or forgone. noun 1. (psychoanal) control of behaviour by the ego to meet the conditions imposed by the external world reality principle n. In psychoanalysis, awareness of […]