FALSE-ALARM RATE

is the number or proportion of incorrect answers such as "Yes" or "No" given as final responses to tasks within an experiment. See also...

RISK FACTOR

Any behavioral, hereditary, environmental, or other consideration which increases the likelihood of developing a disease or disorder, or becoming involved in dangerous situations.

MENTAL PRACTICE

is the use of imagery with respect to the mastery of a skill.

SELF-INSTRUCTIONAL TRAINING

Cognitive behaviour therapy aiming to modify maladaptive beliefs and to develop new skills. See self-statement training. This training is not dependent to any other...

NONDIRECTIVE APPROACH

a technique in psychotherapy and counseling wherein the client controls the path of therapy by displaying their own emotions, stating their own troubles, and...

Does Photo Rejuvenation Infrared Led Light Therapy Work?

Infrared LED light therapy is a tool used by dermatologists and cosmetologists to help stimulate the healing processes in the skin. This can be...

ATTENUATION

1. the lessening or weakening in strength, value, or quality of a stimulus or other factor, for example, a medication acting on symptoms. 2....

SOCIAL ROLE VALORIZATION

Social role valorisation is a principle that is developed in succession to the normalisation principle that stresses the importance of supporting and creating the...

Can Low Iron Cause Depression?

Are you feeling tired and experiencing a lack of energy? Do you have to resist the temptation to stay in bed just a little...

STATE THEORIES OF HYPNOSIS

This theory says a hypnotic induction evokes a unique altered state of consciousness in the participant. You can compare non-state theories of hypnosis.

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