VARIABLE STIMULUS

any one of a group of experimental stimulants which are to be compared to a constant stimulant, step-by-step.

SELF-REPORT

the answer to a series of questions about our feelings, beliefs and attitudes etc. Self-report relies on us to be honest and self-aware of...

INTERVIEW SCHEDULE

An interviewer will ask questions from a script that they are contained in

PREJUDICE

noun. 1. a negative outlook toward another individual or group of people shaped prior to of any encounters with the individual or group. Prejudices...

SECONDARY GAINS

In psychoanalysis, social, occupational, or interpersonal advantages that a patient derives from symptoms. Indirect benefit, usually obtained through an illness or debility. Such gains...

ABILITY

noun. Level of aptitude one is either born with or is trained to perform

BAR GRAPH

n. a method of displaying statistical data through rectangular bars which vary in length and height. These bars are separated by spaces to make...

REAL SELF

The individual's unique wishes and emotions and the potential on their part for future growth as a being.

DIFFERENTIATION THEORY

Theory where perceptionis understood as a filtering process that allows noise to be filtered out while learning to distinguish features of sensory patterns.

DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY

Flexible therapy combining principles of behaviour therapy, cognitive and mindfulness behaviours.

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