CORRECTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

a department of forensic psychology affiliated with the use of counseling and medicinal approaches toward juvenile wrongdoers and criminals alike in jails, reformatories, and...

READING EPILEPSY

A reflex epilepsy triggered by the act of reading.

SUFFERING

Feeling of pain or strong stress, either physical or emotional. It can be correlative to the situation, or much higher. It can also be...

ACHIEVEMENT GOAL THEORY

any of numerous theorems of willingness that discern two kinds of success pursuits, goal-oriented, ego-oriented, that unite such dissimilarities in each person's assumed capacity...

CRISIS INTERVENTION

1. the intermittent improvisation, instead of particularly remedial, utilization so psychotherapy or counseling to help people, families, and sets of people who have been...

FOLLOW-UP COUNSELING

1. The steps taken by a therapist to help a client with any ongoing problems or new symptoms that may occur. 2. Evaluating a...

POPULATION STEREOTYPE

with regard to ergonomics, generalizations about the perceptual, mental, or physical traits of a set of users, which are pertinent to the modeling of...

ORGANIC DISORDER

any disease stemming from a demonstrable abnormality in the construct or biochemistry of bodily organs or tissues. Commonly referred to as organic illness.

WELL-BEING

noun. a state of happiness, being pleased and content, low degrees of anguish, generally positive physical and cognitive health and attitude, or good quality...

COTHERAPY

therapy performed by two professionals treating one or two patients, or sometimes a group of people of family unit, in order to elevate comprehension...

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