PSYCHIATRIC DIAGNOSIS

The diagnosis of a single or combination of mental disorders.

AVERSIVE CONTROL

refers to the use of an aversive outcome, such as punishment or negative reinforcement, to control behavior, and eliminate undesirable behavior.

COUNTERATTITUDINAL BEHAVIOR

actions which do not align with an outlook.

BINARY CHOICE

Choosing between 2 alternatives.

ORGANIZATIONAL HUMANISM

an approach to bettering organizational efficacy based upon the presumption that efficacy is improved if organizational partakers can reach a level equal to their...

STIMULATION

1. The act of increasing levels of activity. 2. Part of perception. See stimulus.

COPING STRATEGY

a behavior, sequence of behaviors, or mental process employed to satisfy a taxing or unfavorable scenario or in changing one's response to such a...

L DATA

Based on the life record or life history of an individuals and the information about their personality, see o data, q data, t data

RATIONAL EMOTIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY (REBT)

Rational emotive behavior therapy attempts to teach an individual through behavioral and cognitive techniques to replace self-defeating thoughts to achieve more effective ways of...

ATTENDING BEHAVIOR

any behavior engaged in while attentively listening. For example, exhibiting an open, interested posture, maintaining eye contact, and using an interested expression. Proper attending...

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