EXPRESSIVE BEHAVIOR

This term is used for “those aspects of movement which are distinctive enough to differentiate one individual from another” (Allport and Vernon, 1933). They...

ELATION

A mood of exaggerated well-being and joyous excitement accompanied by restless energy and a confident, optimistic attitude.The most typical psychiatric manifestation of elation is...

EFFECTIVENESS EVALUATION

Assesment of the degree of success in achieving a goal.

EPIDEMIC ENCEPHALITIS

An inflammation of brain tissue caused by a filterable virus, and sometimes associated with systemic infections such as measles, mumps, and hepatitis.The disease reached...

EVALUATION INTERVIEW

The interview where the employee is evaluated that can be a routine or periodic discussion of a worker's performance.

EXTRASENSORY PERCEPTION (ESP)

otherwise known as 'ESP', is the alleged ability to sense events occuring around oneself, through an extra sense or means such as; clairvoyance, telepathy,...

EARLY INFANTILE AUTISM

A psychotic disorder of infancy characterized by stereotyped behavior and a total lack of response or relationship to other people.The condition, which is considered...

EXTRAVERSION (Extroversion)

The tendency to direct one's interest and energies towards the outer world of people and things as opposed to the inner world of the...

EXTRINSIC RELIGION

is the binary opposite of intrinsic religion. Extrinsic religion primarily concerns itself with the social and moral obligations to those surrounding the religion and...

ELECTROSHOCK THERAPY (Elec- troconvulsive Therapy; EST, ECT)

Convulsive therapy was originated by the Hungarian psychiatrist, Ladislaus J. Meduna in 1935, after he had noted that epilepsy and schizophrenia rarely occur together,...

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