CATASTROPHIC BEHAVIOR,

First described by Kurt Goldstein, US 1878-1965, and shows the overwhelming reaction to an event that is well beyond the limits of normal life.

CATEGORICAL DATA

The data of counts as opposed to measurements such as religion. Also called nominal data.

CATION

Ion that is positively charged. See anion.

CAUSAL MECHANISM

The way something is done. Things like opening a door that involves turning the knob and pushing the door. See mechanical causality- proximate cause.

CCU 1

Abbreviation for Crital care Unit or Continuing Care Unit.

CELLULAR AUTOMATA

Computer programs used to study artificial life.

COMPUTATIONAL METAPHOR

the design of the mind as a tool for functioning and carrying out tasks on representations that are similar to those carried out by...

COMPUTER-ADMINISTERED TEST

an exam which is given by a computer.

CONCENTRATION-CAMP SYNDROME

an alternative version of PTSD endured by survivors of concentration camps. Chronic stress warning signs in concentration camp patients comprise of serious anxiousness, protection...

CONCEPTUAL SYSTEM

the appropriate arranging of someone's mental capacity, emotional consciousness, life experience, and idealogic or spiritual positioning into a strategy for comprehending occurrences, information, or...

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