CATECHOLAMINE HYPOTHESIS

Some depressions but not all are can be categorised as being caused by a decrease in catecholamines, mainly norepinephrines.

CONFIRMATORY RESEARCH

studies undertaken with the objective of being able to challenge particular predetermined hypotheses.

CONTEXTUALISM

noun. 1. the theory that the memory of events isn't just the result of ties between said occurrences, as in the associationist philosophy, but...

CORRELATIONAL STUDY

an examination of the union between at least two variants.

CRIMINALLY INSANE

depicting an accused person that is deemed to be suffering from cognitive illness or fault which frees then of lawful accountability for the unlawful...

CYCLIC ILLNESS 1

1. any disorder marked by changing stages. 2. bipolar I disorder wherein both periods of mania and periods of depression take place at varying...

A-B DESIGN

a setup for experiments requiring the measurement of the dependent variable prior to onset of the experiment and again after it.

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