CAUSALITY

Philosophy. All events have causes and are consequences of earlier events. See causation- determinism. Causality means that something has a cause-effect relationship with something...

CELIBACY

An unmarried state or a time with an absence of sexual activity.

CENSUS TRACT

A small and homogenous geographical area where data is reported and collected.

COMPUTER ANXIETY

powerful hesitation about computers and the use of them that is incommensurate to the literal danger presented by such appliances. The worry might be...

COMPUTER-MANAGED INSTRUCTION

a strategy for directions wherein a computer is employed to help the teacher in implementing a method of individualized direction. The machine synthesizes information...

CONCEPTION RATIO

1. with regard to human ecology, the ratio of men to women conceptualized, being around 150:100. Male embryos are far more sensitive than their...

CONCILIATION

the activity or procedure of accommodating the standpoints of people or groups with appeals and objectives that differe, at least in the beginning.

CONCRETISM

noun. 1. with regard to Jung's analytic psychology, a kind of thought or emotion which is reliant upon instant tangible senses and demonstrates little,...

CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY

the likelihood that an occurrence will take place given that another occurrence is already understood as having happened.

CONDITIONING OF ATTITUDES

the building or modification of a state of mind as an outcome of the correlation of an attitude object with a favorable or unfavorable...

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