CROWD

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

CSERP

abbreviated form of Chromosensory Event-Related Potential.

CLOUDING OF CONSCIOUSNESS

A mental disturbance in which the individual is unable to perceive, understand, and think clearly.When a patient’s consciousness becomes clouded he appears to be...

CONTACT BEHAVIOR

strategies and communications happening during the course of a sociocultural union, which might be either a romantic, private union or a fairly neutral union.

CONJUNCTION

noun. With regard to language, an operative term whose purpose is to fuse at least two sentence components or entire statements.

CONVERSATION

the utilization of speech to convey thoughts and data to and from individuals.

CORNEAL REFLECTION TECHNIQUE

a way of researching eye ball motions employing light that the cornea reflects.

CATTELL INVENTORY

n. the earliest version of several self-report inventories used to study personality traits through factor analysis. First developed by British-American psychologist Raymond Cattell, the...

CULTURAL SPECIFICITY OF EMOTIONS

the discovery that the facilitators and the displays of feelings vary significantly in individuals of varying cultures and communities.

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