CAUSALITY

n. in philosophy, refers to the concept that all events occur through causes, and that these same events are a result of preceding events....

CATASTROPHIZING

The exaggerate the negative effects of events or decisions.

CONFIDENTIALITY

noun. A standard of professional values necessitating suppliers of mental or medical healthcare to constrain the revealing of a person's name, their illness, remedial...

CONTEXTUAL ASSOCIATIONS

correlations learned between objects or materials that a living being is exposed to, and the framework wherein exposure happens.

CORRELATION

noun. The magnitude of a union between two traits.

CRF 1

the abbreviated for of continuous reinforcement- the abbreviated form of corticotrophin-releasing factor.

CULTURE BOUND

depicting outlooks, behaviors, or actions which are the result of a specific society and which aren't frequently observed in other societies or groups.

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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