PUBLIC SELF

The public self is the view of oneself by others as conveyed through public information, public action and interaction with others. The public self...

TECHNICAL ECLECTICISM

with regard to integrative psychotherapy, the utilization of methods from many different theoretical contexts to manage the involved problems a client is facing. Technical...

INTROCEPTION

A person that is attentive and understanding to the motives, needs and experiences of herself or himself and others. It is a reflecting personality...

Low Progesterone And Depression

Progesterone along with estrogen are responsible for fertility and pregnancy in females as they work together to regulate monthly menstrual cycles. The chemical compound...

OPPORTUNISTIC SAMPLING

the choosing of participants or other sampling factors for an experiment or questionnaire essentially because they're readily available.

Emotional Disturbance and How To Identify It

Eli Bower, a pioneer in the field of early childhood education of emotionally handicapped children, wrote, “I often thought about students…they did not...

CAPACITY

n. the maximum extent to which an individual is able to receive and retain information such as in mental or intellectual capacity, or to...

ETIOLOGY

1. Cause and progression of a disease. 2. Science dealing with the causes of physical and mental disorders.

SELF-DISCOVERY

a process of looking for your own identity. To discover what a one individual has in his personality and what things are there to...

Does Melatonin Make Depression Worse?

Melatonin is a naturally occurin hormone in the body that helps it to make you tired at night and awake during the day, regulating...

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