STEREOTYPE

a set of generalisations about a group of people or a social category. It may correct or incorrect. Mostly, these statements are exaggerated. See...

ATTENDING BEHAVIOR

any behavior engaged in while attentively listening. For example, exhibiting an open, interested posture, maintaining eye contact, and using an interested expression. Proper attending...

MOTIVATION

is an umbrella term which can be used to describe a wide number of terms or ideals. One such is the ideal that motivation...

SOCIAL FACTORS

These are the factors that affect our thought and behaviour in social situations. This includes feedback, splitting into smaller groups and unresolved conflict. Social...

BELIEF-DESIRE REASONING

n. the process wherein a person tends to predict and explain someone else's behavior based on how the former understands the latter's desires and...

Counseling Children and Adolescents on Death

Research suggests that bereaved children are a vulnerable population, at increased risk for social impairment and psychopathology (Baker, Sedney, & Gross, 1992). Multiple factors...

AUTONOMIC REACTIVITY

1. the extent or level to which an organism responds physiologically to a stimulus, such as a stressor in the environment. 2. a pattern...

PAPER-AND-PENCIL TEST

an examination wherein the problems or queries are penned, printed, or drawn and the answers are penned too.

TANGENTIAL SPEECH

To go straight away from the main subject. The person with this problem is unable to do proper verbal communication due to his inability...

COUNSELING

professional help in handling and processes private problems, such as behavior-related, job-related, marriage, school, rehabilitative, school-based, life-stage, and emotionally rooted problems. The therapist employs...

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