AMPHETAMINES

a team of drugs that encourage the reticular development in the human brain and result in a distribution of stored norepinephrine. The impact is...

BLOCKING

n. a phenomenon in which a previously-learned thought process prevents or delays the learning and conditioning of new behavior. It may also be a...

NORMALITY

a widely postulated idea which is similar in comparison to cognitive health. Even though there aren't any absolutes and there is significant social range,...

SOCIAL DISAPPROVAL

the rejection and condemnation of a person for an action or behaviour the group sees as wrong. Compare social approval.

ACTION SLIP

any sort of mistake which involves some sort of intellectual backslide and causes an accidental action, such as placing your eyeglasses in the freezer....

PSYCHIATRIC DIAGNOSIS

The diagnosis of a single or combination of mental disorders.

SUBJECTIVE

Not able to be accessed or observed. Opposite to objective. Something that is effected by personal feelings, prejudice and interpretations. You can read objective...

POPULATION STEREOTYPE

with regard to ergonomics, generalizations about the perceptual, mental, or physical traits of a set of users, which are pertinent to the modeling of...

EXTERNALIZATION

1. defense mechanism where our thoughts and feelings are attributed to the external world. 2. Process of learning to distinguish between yourself and the...

ATTENTION

n. a state of awareness in which the senses are focused exclusively and selectively on aspects of the environment. Therefore, the central nervous system...

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