EGOCENTRISM

The tendency to emphasise your own needs and focuses in a group situation you belong to.

MESSAGE-LEARNING APPROACH

first proposed by U.S. psychologist Carl I. Hovland (1912 - 1961) which implies that a change in attitude can be likened to a message...

AFFECTIVE LABILITY

sentimental imbalance- which quickly swings in regard to it's sentimental declaration. Common in bipolar disorder, senile dementia, and more. Commonly referred to as labile...

SIGNIFICANT OTHER

1. Your spouse or other person you have a committed relationship with. 2. A person with a profound influence on your emotional wellbeing and...

CONSCIOUSNESS

noun. 1. the sensation that human beings claim to encounter, inclusive of cognitive details spanning from somatic and sensory interpretation to cognitive visualizations, accountable...

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...

INTERVENTION

1. Deal with the issues and an action on part of the therapist for the client and their problems. When guided by the nature...

STANDARD SCORE

the score that is obtained from an original score by subtracting the mean value of all scores in the batch and dividing by the...

BACKWARD CONDITIONING

refers to a procedure whereby an unconditioned stimulus is consistently presented before a neutral stimulus. This arrangement does not produce a change in the...

AFFECTIVE

adjective. 1. with regard to sentiment or feelings. 2. able of creating or showing feelings.

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