Psychology Word of the Day

REST-CURE TECHNIQUE

November 5, 2011

Therapeutic method arising in the 19th century which sought to help those with nervous disorders stemming from the faster pace at which life was lived in the railroad age.

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BIOCHEMICAL MARKER

November 5, 2011

n. a biochemical variable which has been detected in a disease, whether or not this substance directly or indirectly causes the disorder. Examples include the specific concentration of an enzyme, the

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MANIA

November 5, 2011

otherwise known as a manic episode refers to a period of extreme psychosis.

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STUDENTS

November 5, 2011

definition is not making sense according to the term..

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RECOVERY OF FUNCTION

November 5, 2011

Partial or complete return to normal activity or function of a specific organ or body part after trauma or disease.

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LEARNING TO LEARN

November 5, 2011

Repetition of a single act, such as learning to play an instrument (the more you play, the better you become), which facilities that ability to learn the new instrument or material presented.

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PHI COEFFICIENT

November 5, 2011

a gauge of correlation for two dichotomous random variants. The is the product-moment association whenever both variants are coded (0,1).

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WRITER'S BLOCK

November 5, 2011

limited capacity to begin or persist in working on an section or article of writing. The trouble is credited mainly to psychological aspects, but might additionally stem from tiredness or lethargy. Re

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DOXEPIN

November 5, 2011

A tricyclic antidepressant.

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PROTOTYPE

November 5, 2011

Generally, an item, person or event believed to be the typical example or representation to stand for that category. Also in concept formation, the best example of a category

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