BEHAVIOR-CONSTRAINT THEORY

n. the concept that, while a constraint exists, it remains a limiting factor which stands in the way of achieving the behavior desired. As...

BIPOLAR DISORDERS

n. in psychiatry, refers to a major affective disorder marked by episodes of mania and depression. These episodes are often alternating but they can...

CAMPUS CRISIS CENTER

n. a center focused on addressing the needs of students in a college, university, or trade school. It may offer services like counseling...

CELEXA

n. Trade name for citalopram. Belongs to a group of drugs classified as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). A antidepressant drug, it is used...

CONFIDENCE INTERVAL

a fluctuating scale of values, utilized for approximating the value of a populace quantity from information acquired in a test example, with a predetermined,...

CONTEXT

1. typically, the state or scenario wherein a certain sensation happens. 2. with regard to language, the portions of a speech or documented message...

CORRECTIVE EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCE

an idea stemming from psychoanalysis which postulates that patients acquire significant and intensive modification via new interpersonal affective events they encounter with their therapy...

COVERT RESPONSE

any typically unseen reaction, like a visual, feeling, or though- the presence of which is generally deduced or gauged indirectly. Commonly referred to as...

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.

ACTION-ORIENTED THERAPY

any sort of treatment which stresses starting and, of course, completing behaviors instead of spoken correspondence or perhaps conversation,

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