Anything that can influence or bias a person's behaviour. See experimenter effect- sensory leakage.
The less common name for postpartum depression.
noun. With regard to psychoanalytic theory, the neutralizing of urges of aggression so that its energy can be veered in the direction of many...
Legal disputes where the defense asks the prosecution to make all relevant informatiion available to them.
The avoidance of new foods often seen in children.
Is used to assess the degree of progress by typical milestones.
Model of accuracy and reaction timewhere information is gained continuosly rather than in steps.
A feature of behaviour that shows an individual is not telling the truth.
A theory looking at the behaviour of an individual and how it is influenced by those around them.
1. A difficulty in thinking and maintaining attention. 2. Lack of will power or volition.