AFFECT

the act of feeling a sentiment spanning from distress to extreme joy, from the most minor to the very involved senses involved with feeling,...

PSYCHOLOGICAL AUTOPSY

Pioneered by 1970's psychologists Shneidman and Earberow and medical examiner Murphy of the Los Angeles Suicide Prevention Center, psychological autopsy is the examination of...

EMOTIONAL CONTROL

The influence we exert on our emotions, thoughts and behaviour.

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE QUOTIENT

The index for emotional intelligence.

SUBJECT VARIABLE

The variable which is related to individual in the research is called subject variable. This variable is not usually changed in the duration of...

PROBLEM REPRESENTATION

A graphic representation of the means to solve a problem. That representation could utilize flow charts, graphs or any other form of clarifying the...

SELF-REPORT

the answer to a series of questions about our feelings, beliefs and attitudes etc. Self-report relies on us to be honest and self-aware of...

DIRECTIONALITY PROBLEM

A problem with 2 variables where the cause and effect is not known.

EMPTY ORGANISM PSYCHOLOGY

Behavioural psychology. Attempts to predict and control behaviour based on external observable stimulus and reinforcement conditions.

ANNIHILATION

n. In psychoanalytic theory, this term refers to the complete destruction of the self. In object relations theory, this term is used to refer...

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