CONCENTRATION-CAMP SYNDROME

an alternative version of PTSD endured by survivors of concentration camps. Chronic stress warning signs in concentration camp patients comprise of serious anxiousness, protection...

CONFRONTATION

an assertion or aggressive difference. 2. the activity involved in openly confronting, or being motivated or mandated to confront, a perplexing circumstance, recognition, incongruity,...

CONTINUOUS REINFORCEMENT (CRF)

in operant and instrumental conditioning, the strengthener of each reaction.

COTHERAPY

therapy performed by two professionals treating one or two patients, or sometimes a group of people of family unit, in order to elevate comprehension...

CRITERION GROUP

a group examined for characteristics that others belonging to the group are already recognized as having, generally with the intent of assuring a test...

DANGEROUSNESS

noun. The condition wherein people come to be more plausible to cause damage to their self or other people, presenting a hazard to the...

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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