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SYSTEMATIC OBSERVATION

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getting data in well ordered manner that will give reliable information about something.

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SYSTEMATIC RATIONAL RESTRUCTURING

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It is a system in the psychotherapy by which the client will be encouraged to think about the situations that can provoke the anxiety. The doctor will then talk to him in a way so that he can reduce his anxiety.

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SYSTEMATIC SAMPLING

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It a sampling type in which all people are listed down and they are chosen using a certain procedure. The population can be given a number or can be listed in alphabetical way to get the sample.

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SYSTEMATIZED DELUSION

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a false belief that is very organised. Compare fragmentary delusion. The delusions which are highly developed and these are organized in such a way that you cannot deny them.

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SYSTEMIC

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It is something that can make an impact on the entire system. It is also an interplay of different people or different process in a certain situation like a family.

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SYSTEMIC THINKING

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It is a combination of the synthetic and analytical thinking and it takes into account the influence of the system or its elements. The analytical thinking is about using the small elements of the concept.

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SYSTEMS ENGINEERING

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A discipline adopts a multidisciplinary and integrated approach to design and to analyse the system so that they can account for the complex interdependencies of the system components. a structured approach towards tasks performance.

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SYSTEMS OF SUPPORT

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A framework that is used to identify the profile and nature of the services that are required to give to someone who is suffering the retardation. It is based on the adaptive skills and intellectual functioning among others.

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SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE

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It is the pressure of the blood on the arterials walls and it is produced because of the contraction of the heart muscles while pumping the blood. The blood will be forced to enter into the aorta or pulmonary artery.

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