REMEMBERING

To recall with effort or think of again. To retain information in memory. Spontaneously recalling information stored in the memory.

SUBSTITUTION

Substitution of inappropriate feelings or impossible aims with more appropriate and achievable. Substitution can be both positive or negative answer. It is just like...

PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS

Social, cultural and environmental influences that affect an individual's or group's mental health and behavior. These may include social situations, relationships, health care and...

Using the Triage Assessment Form

  Using the Triage Assessment Form Jordan is a married female that is in fear of not just her safety, but her husband Jake’s as well....

METHODOLOGICAL BEHAVIORISM

is a strand of behaviourism which acknowledges the reality of conscious events but suggests the only way of studying them is through observing behaviour.

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

the gradual gaining of skills, relationships and attitudes that enables a person to interact in society.

Does Melatonin Make Depression Worse?

Melatonin is a naturally occurin hormone in the body that helps it to make you tired at night and awake during the day, regulating...

PROJECTION

A psychoanalytical theory, projection is the process whereby one subject believes they see attributes (both good and bad) in another. The theory views this...

BEHAVIORAL RISK FACTOR

n. any particular behavior or behavior pattern which strongly yet adversely affects health. It increases the chances of developing a disease, disability, or syndrome....

PHYSIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT

assessment of the functioning state of the body, an organ, or a tissue, inclusive of chemical and physical aspects and procedures.

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