Theory where a cause is given less weight if ther are other causes possible. Compare augmentation principle.
A error, fault, missing element. See congenital defect- genetic defect.
Uses a psychometric approach to measure the processes and products of learning and the potential to learn.
The neuron that has dopamine as the principal neurotransmitter.
An embedded deception where a research participant thinks he is in the debriefing episode but it is not. See deception research.
Approach to psychotherapy developed in psycho biology where a systematic analysis is made of a clients experiences and then distributed into different categories.
Linguistics concerned with dialects.
A family showing impaired communication and relationships where members are unable to get close.
The bending and scattering of waves as they move around an object.
A nervous system change due to an odour in the olfactory tract.