BEHAVIORAL MODELING

n. in psychotherapy, refers to a process in which a person functions as a model for others by exhibiting the specific behavior that needs...

BIOLOGICAL MEASURES

n. measures that are drawn from bodily activities of humans or from biological systems in nature. These make use of markers to assess processes...

CAFFEINE

n. a crystalline, bitter-tasting alkaloid of plant-based origin. It belongs to the methylxanthine group which is known to have stimulating effects. Thus, as a...

CATEGORIZATION

n. the process of grouping or classifying people, objects, events, and experiences. Usually, these are grouped according to classes based on (1) common characteristics...

CONDITIONED

correlated with or explanatory of behavior whose existence, manner of demonstration, or both is the outcome of experience. The two primary categories of experience...

CONNECTIONISM

postulated by Edward I. Thorndike, the idea that learning consists of the obtaining of unbiased correlations between reaction and stimulant.

CONTRAST ERROR

a kind of rating error wherein the analysis of an objective individual in a set of people is impacted by the degree of functioning...

COTHERAPY

therapy performed by two professionals treating one or two patients, or sometimes a group of people of family unit, in order to elevate comprehension...

CRISIS THEORY

the group of ideas that encompasses the root of disasters, the way people behave when handling them, what causes them, how to prevent them,...

DEATH ANXIETY

emotional duress or timidness stimulated by notifications of death, inclusive of one's own thought processes and memory.

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