CONSUMER BEHAVIOR

the action on a person or group of person's parts who are engaged in acquiring, using, and throwing away economic services and goods, inclusive...

CONTACT HYPOTHESIS

the theory that individuals belonging to one class can come to be less biased against people belonging to other classes simply by elevating the...

CONTENT-THOUGHT DISORDER

a kind of cognitive disruption, usually seen in schizophrenic disorder and a few other cognitive disorders, marked by several, disconnected, unusual delusional episodes.

CONTINGENCY AWARENESS

1. consciousness of a union or relation between two different events. 2. consciousness of the reliance of one event on another event.

CONTINUING BOND

the emotional connection a grieving individual retains with others long after they're passed.

CONTINUUM APPROACH

an perspective based upon the idea that behavior varies spanning a procession from result oriented operations to serious character disarrangement. It concludes that distinctions...

CONTRAST ANALYSIS

1. comparisons between sets of 2 or more which address certain queries about the patterning of the means of said sets. 2. a concentrated...

CONTRIBUTING CAUSE

a instigator that isn't adequate enough to facilitate completion or an event but which aids in a way to initiate that completion or event....

CONTROL-MASTERY THEORY

1. introduced by American psychiatrist Joseph Weiss, a viewpoint that provides a foundation for an incorporated kind of therapy which centers on altering...

CONVERSATIONAL INFERENCE

the manner in which individuals participating in talk correspondence can often imply the connotations meant to be rendered by other people who are talking,...

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