CAUSAL PATH

1. See causal chain. 2. Used in path analysis based on the first order and correlations of cause and effect. Conclusions are drawn about...

CROWD

noun. A large collection of individuals who transitorily share a joint concentration and a sole locale.

CRITERION-BASED CONTENT ANALYSIS (CBCA)

a kind of statement validity analysis wherein kid's proclamations in situations of supposed abuse are examined with regard to specific content standards, in effort...

CAMPBELL, DONALD THOMAS

Us psychologist, 1916-1996 and made significant advances in the methodologies of psychology. He developed methods to determine the validity of psychological measures.

CONGENITAL HYPOTHYROIDISM

a state of cognitive and motor retardation correlated with a lack of thyroid hormone. Over twelve causes for such exist, primarily being genetic metabolous...

CONTINUOUS PANEL

a type of customer panel wherein participants engage on a fairly long-lasting basis so consumer psychologists can pick up on changes in their demeanors,...

CONTRALATERAL CONTROL

the setup wherein the motor cortex of both cerebral hemispheres are primarily accountable for handling of motions of the opposite side of one's body.

CRANIOGRAPHY

noun. The analysis of the cranium by way of pictures and sketches made from gauges of the construction of the cranium and the correlations...

CREATIVE IMAGINATION

the method wherein unique concepts are generated, particularly whenever this doesn't appear to be accountable merely by the blending of present concepts.

CONSANGUINITY

noun. 1. a biologic correlation between two more people who are descendants of a mutual ancestor. 2. a close kinship or attachment.

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