A tool or system designed to exclude the possibilty of human error. See fail safe- prevention design.
The feeling of euphoria after exercise. See runner's high.
A philosophical development from the phenomology seen in the work of Heidegger. Where we try to acheive immediate and direct apprehension of phenomenom. See...
A mental activity that produces a supposed effects outside of the person. Compare endopsychic.
The state of tense and emotional anticipation.
The approach to experimental psychology using behaviour as a subject matter rather than the indicator of internal processes.
Person taking part in an experiment.
The difference between a skilled worker and a non-skilled worker.
Methods used by people to feel the surfaces of objects.
Group therapy in volving not only the nuclear family but aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents. See family therapy.