PRIMARY EMOTION

Universally accepted and recognized emotions. These include love, hate, joy and surprise.

SOCIOCULTURAL PERSPECTIVE

1. A viewpoint to mental health and health, politics, history and other areas of human experience that emphasises the environmental factors of society and...

TIME OUT (TO) 1

1. a method, stemming from within behavior therapy, wherein unfavorable actions are weakened and their occurrences lessened, commonly by moving the person away from...

DYNAMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY

Technique used in psychotherapy focusing on underlying motivational or defensive factors determining behaviour an dadjustment. See depth therapy.

SELF-ASSERTION

the act of putting forward your own opinions or to express your needs, rights and wishes. In this way person represents his own demands...

SOCIAL JUDGMENT THEORY

a theory dealing with attitude change that postulates the magnitude of persuasion that is produced by a certain message depends on how the position...

BASKING IN REFLECTED GLORY (BIRG-ING)

n. in social psychology, refers to the tendency to associate one's self with the success attained by others as though it were your own....

MENTAL REHEARSAL

can be used to describe a variety of different methods, primarily it is the use of practice to internalize information.

AMBULATORY SERVICES

cognitive wellness, guidance, or healthcare services offered on an outpatient basis, thus, not requiring the patient to be admitted to the hospital or healthcare...

ACUTE ANXIETY

an unexpected sensation of worry or anxiety in conjunction with bodily signs of tense muscles, generally preceded by a intimidating scenario, like a test...

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