construct (something) from (something)

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construct (something) from (something)

To build something from certain materials or items. We constructed our solar system from foam balls and popsicle sticks—what did you guys use?
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construct something from something

 and construct something out of something
to build something using something. Do you want to construct the house from wood? Shall we construct the building out of stone?
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The change of personal constructs from the viewpoint of a theory of construct implications.
That is, do the investigators begin with constructs with which they interpret events or do they begin with events and develop their constructs from those events?
The present article integrates social goal constructs into a single measurement instrument that addresses the constructs from past research.
For example, in systems theory of career development, Patton a nd McMahon (1999) attempted to incorporate some key constructs from major career theories (e.g., Holland's, 1997, personality typology theory; Brown's, 1996, values-based model; Super's, 1990, life-span and life-space approach; Krumboltz's [Mitchell & Krumboltz, 1996] social learning theory; and Young, Valach, & Collin's, 1996, contextual approach) into a more complex and dynamic conceptual framework, echoing the trend of theory convergence.
As such, integrating constructs from varied theoretical approaches becomes possible.
The change of personal constructs from the view-point of a theory of construct implications.