A loss of ability to perform fast alternating movements. Also called adiadochokinesis- adiadochokinesia.
Usually associated with withdrawal from alcohol with extreme agitation, paranoia, hallucinations. See alcohol withdrawal delirium.
carnal attack by a friend, date, or someone else that the victim knows- frequently involved substances like alcohol or date rape drugs that might...
Reinforcement that is dependent of a fast response to stimuli.
1. Clinical psychology. Reduction in psychic tension. 2. Neurophysiology. The firing or activity of a neuron. 3. Dismissing a patient from hospital or from...
The group leader who guides the group therapy sessions.
The attempt to organise a clients information so the therapist can better treat and understand the client.
A personality trait that looks at motivation and putting something into action.
A theory of learning where the goal of motivated behaviour is to reduce the drive state. Compare drive induction theory.
The distortion or malformation of a part of the body. See disfigurement.