Therapist using intuition, feelings and underlying processes to treat families.
Studying behaviour, motive, cognition in a laboratory or experimental setting. See empirical pstchology.
An error by the investigator in the perception or recording of data.
The prejudice against a social group by a person that may or may not be expressed. Compare explicit prejudice.
Psychological aesthetics. Components of artistic style emphasising the artrist's emotional experience.
1. Act of relating your inner feelings and attitudes to external reality. 2. Outward expression of personal ideas.
Input of information about stimulation from outside the body.