Applying scientific principles, methods and theories to identify, describe, measure and predict importnat factors to develop human service delivery systems. See program evaluation.
Any situation that challenges the person and produces stress needing our ego to adapt.
Used by anthropologists who study community as a way of life.
1.The dense cytoplasm seen at the periphery of a cell. 2. The substance that is supposed to be seen around a medium during a...
Psychoanalytical theory. The part of the egothat holds positive identifications with parental goals and values we admire and want to emulate.
Pavlovian conditioning. Conditioning where a conditioned stimulus acts as a signal that an unconditioned stimulus will follow.
The hostile attitudes and actions comong from an exaggerated sense of self importance. See egomania.
is the binary opposite to an intrinsic reinforcer. An extrinsic reinforcer is directly related to the reward which stems from it. For example, in...
An explanation for status differentiation in groups that proposes members allocate status to those who are capable but also to those who are...
A large group of therapies from the 1950's and 60's in existential humanistic psychology.