1. Psychoanalytical theory. The ego develops opposed but coexisting attitudes to a phenomenom. 2. Object realations theory. The fragmentation of…
1. Process of linking information to be emembered to information we already know. See elaborative rehearsal. 2. Developing an idea…
ELECTRIC SHOCK METHOD
Using electricity to treat people. See electro-convulsive therapy- electro-therapy.
The study of brain waves using an instrument that amplifies and records them.
A negative reinforcement technique using electric shock. See aversion therapy.
The normal optical system where distant objects are sharply focused on the retina. Also called emmetropia. Compare hyperopia- myopia.
Lack of correspondence between the affective state and its outward expression.
Practice of anchoring theoretical terms to scientifically measurable events.
The mental or behavioural strategy we use to make sure we remember things.
The layer of cells that line the uterus varying in thickness during the menstrual cycle.
Biological markers easier to detect than genetic sequences that may be useful in researching the vulnerability to a range of…
The perception of a goal's value corresponds to the level of energy expended.
An environment offering many opportunities for activity with lots of sensory and intellectual stimulation. See enrichment.