CRIMINAL ANTHROPOLOGY

a formative positivist way of thinking about criminology correlated with the many theories posed by Italian criminology expert Cesare Lombrosos, one such theory that...

CRITERIA OF THE PSYCHIC

a postulated group of signs that would permit someone to be assured in determining that a living being retains awareness, or that an action...

CRITICAL PATH ANALYSIS (CPA), CRITICAL PERIOD

1. a formative phase in life wherein a living being is particularly open to certain acquisition-based, emotion-based, or social encounters which happen as a...

CROSS SECTION

a laceration through any field of an item or organ for the purpose of analyzing it.

CROSSED REFLEX

a reaction that happens on the contrary side of one's body from the area that is aroused.

CROSS-SITUATIONAL CONSISTENCY

the magnitude to which a psychological trait is expressed in the exact same, or in an operationally equal, way in varying social settings.

CRYO-

combining form: frigid or cold.

CRYSTALLIZED ABILITIES

those capacities, like societal insight and language, which are an operation of experience and learning wherein a certain culture.

CUE-DEPENDENT FORGETTING

an inability to remember stemming from the loss of a stimulant at testing which was displayed when the acquisition happened.

CULTURAL LEARNING

American psychologist Michael Tomasello, the conveying of gained data and actions both within and among generations possessing a high magnitude of loyalty.

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