a step-by-step collection of data for sensible reasons or research purposes.
Psychological aesthetics. The development of uncertainty in an artistic pattern by making some elements occur more often than others.
The inherited susceptibility to diseases and disorders. See genetic predisoposition.
Treating a person as something they are not.
The thalmic nuclei that project fibres to the cerebral cortex. See thalamus.
Measure of a limited value, such as the grade of a student.
The approach to conselling that follows a line relevant to the client. Also called directive psychotherapy.
Social psychology. The interpersonal distance we leave between ourselves and other people. See intimate sone- personal distance zone- public distance zone- social zone. See...
Vision that allows us to see objects more the 6m away.
Aggressive behaviour towards a source of anger or frustration. Compare displaced aggression.