A fraudulent or unscientific approach to psychology, for example Phrenology or palmistry
differing from the norm in some manner - being unusual, unrepresentative, or uncharacteristic in some way.
The diagnosis of a single or combination of mental disorders.
The degree that a group of scores deviate from the mean. Also called spread.
Assessment used in applied behaviour analysis to measure moment-to-moment effects on specific behaviours.
Attempting to access one's own internal psychological processes directly, perceptions, judgements or states. Introspective ailj
n. refers to an irrational and dramatic thought pattern, characterized by the tendency to overestimate the potential seriousness or negative consequences of events, situations,...
An abbreviated form of a title that includes several words, but is regarded as a one word grammatically in terms of its abbreviate. Each...
with regard to classical test theory, the portion of a gauge or score which depicts the actual quantity of the trait held by the...
noun. The magnitude of a union between two traits.