BARRIER-FREE ENVIRONMENT

n. an environment designed to be free of obstacles. It is friendly towards people who are physically disabled and cognitively impaired, thus, requiring the...

BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION

n. the use of behavior change techniques to increase the frequency of adaptive behavior and decrease that of maladaptive behavior. It also makes use...

BEHAVIORAL DYNAMICS

n. a descriptive analysis of the internal behavior patterns which motivate or cause the overt, external behavior. There is a dynamic relationship between behavior...

BELIEF SYSTEM

n. a set of beliefs which guide and govern a person's attitude. Usually, it is directed towards a system such as a religion, philosophy,...

BODY CONCEPT

n. the conceptual image formed about one's own body. It is the sum of all thoughts, feelings, and opinions evoked when a person views...

CASE STUDY

n. an in-depth assessment and investigation conducted on a target individual, family unit, or social group. It requires a researcher to collect multiple types...

BEHAVIORAL PLASTICITY

The degree that behaviour is influenced by social experiences. High plasticity means room for change. Low does not.

CONDITIONED EMOTIONAL RESPONSE (CFR)

any non-positive emotional reaction, generally worry or fear, which comes to be correlated with an unbiased stimulant due to pavlovian conditioning- the fundamental of...

CONSCIENTIOUSNESS

the propensity to be arranged, accountable, and possess a strong work ethic, interpreted as one end of a facet of personal differences in the...

CONTROL

noun. 1. control, authority, or impact on incidences, behaviors, circumstances, or individuals. 2. the management of all external circumstances and factors in an experiment...

Latest news