AFTERIMAGE

noun. The visual which stays present even after a stimulant ceases or is taken away. A positive doesn't happen very often and only remains...

BEHAVIOR DETERMINANT

n. in psychology, refers to any factor which strongly influences and affects behavior. Whatever, this factor may be, it produces a behavioral effect which...

POPULATION RESEARCH

the analysis of the numbers, and modifications in the numbers, of individuals and other living beings, concentrating on the reasons for cultivation and decline,...

PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY

The conduct of therapy using classic psychoanalysis. It is basically one-on-one interactions between therapist and client examining unconscious motives and conflicts as the relate...

AGE EFFECT

1. any sort of modification of emotional or mental operations or performances, based on age, such as escalated conformation during the course of teenage...

ANTICIPATORY REGRET

feeling the negative consequences of a decision prior to the choice made: For example, an individual may decide not to gamble on a horse...

ECOBEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT

Assessment used in applied behaviour analysis to measure moment-to-moment effects on specific behaviours.

MATCHING LAW

states that proportion of responses to an allocated to an alternative will match the proportion of reinforcement obtains from that alternative - in respect...

BEHAVIORAL INTEGRATION

n. the process of combining individual behaviors into one whole behavioral unit. Instead of functioning separately, these behaviors become coordinated and synchronized with each...

SECONDARY AGING

Variance because of biological maturation, but hastened as a result of disease and poor health practices (no exercise, smoking, excess fat and other forms...

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