CUE EXPOSURE

a behavior therapy method wherein a patient is subjected to stimulants that elicit cravings for substances that are generally not good for the patient....

CONSERVATISM

1. a state of mine marked by positive respect for the past or the norm and at times, by distrust or not liking a...

CRIMINALLY INSANE

depicting an accused person that is deemed to be suffering from cognitive illness or fault which frees then of lawful accountability for the unlawful...

CULTURAL BLINDNESS

the incapacity to comprehend how specific situations may be seen by individuals belonging to another culture due to a strict alignment with the viewpoints,...

CONCEPTUAL DISORGANIZATION

not relevant, digressive, or confused oral proclamations, often consisting of neologisms and stereotypical words or phrases. Considered one of the primary indicators of disorganized...

CENTERING

n. in sports psychology, refers to a technique that enhances athletic peformance. It instructs and assists athletes on how to focus on a strong...

CORTICAL ACTIVATION

stimulation of areas of the cerebral or cerebellar cortexes. Attainment is possible through sensory arousal or mental tasks, and more.

CAREER CHOICE

n. the selection of a particular path or vocation in terms of career. This is usually influenced by parental guidance, vocational counseling, and training...

CULTURALLY LOADED ITEMS

exam queries that can't be accurate answered unless partakers are adequately familiar with their cultural or subcultural connotations. These objects have a propensity to...

CRITICAL VALUE

the value of either one of the ends of a critical region, that being, either one of the values beyond or beneath the point...

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