AGE EFFECT

1. any sort of modification of emotional or mental operations or performances, based on age, such as escalated conformation during the course of teenage...

OBJECTIVE SCORING

scoring an examination by way of a formula or key, so that varied scorers will come to the exact same score. It is contrasted...

INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH

an approach where people or information using more than one discipline will collaborate and obtain more detailed information about a topic or situation. More...

PSYCHOCHEMISTRY

The science that examines the relationship between chemicals, behavior and psychological processes. It is the study of chemical influence on behavior.

MASS PSYCHOLOGY

Is the collective term used to describe the range of psychological and emotional processes which occur throughout a population of whilst unique individuals are...

SELF-INVENTORY

a question are used by a person to check the characteristics they perceive to apply to themselves.

DECEPTION RESEARCH

Used in research where the participants are not told everything about the research. See active deception- double deception- passive deception.

BASELINE

n. a line that serves as a basis or reference point for observing behavior. Because this behavioral performance is stable, it is often used...

TARGET STIMULUS

the stimulus that people in a test or procedure must respond to. Among many stimuli, a person selects the one to which he responds...

BEHAVIOR GENETICS

n. a field of study which focuses on the role of genetics in human behavior. It examines behavior patterns which are familial and hereditary...

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