Legal disputes where the defense asks the prosecution to make all relevant informatiion available to them.
Being able to perceive an object by wielding and manipulating it.
The idea of overcoming a person's demoralisation by treatment from a psychotherapist.
The theory that goal directed behaviour becomes a habit as a person attains each goal.
A scale used to monitor progress during rehabilitation of brain damaged people.
The interview with the mental health professional looking at a person's problems and situations.
Ergonomics. The design of a display for the effective transmission of information about goods and services. See display control compatability.
The bending and scattering of waves as they move around an object.
The belief where a person hinks he is being conspired against. See persecutory delusion.
The loss of function in a region of the brain from injury or damage.