GRAPH THEORY

the study of visual representations called graphs in order to describe relationships, dynamics and structures. Applied to psychology for balance theory, sociometry and analysing...

GRAVIRECEPTOR (GRAVICEPTOR)

The various specialised nerve endings and receptors located in the inner ear, joints, muscles and tendons that provide the brain with information regarding body...

GRIEF COUNSELING

the advice, information and psychological support to help individuals whose ability to function has been impaired by someone's death, particularly that of a loved...

GROUP ATTRIBUTION ERROR

Tendency for perceivers to assume that a specific group member's personal characteristics and preferences, including beliefs, attitudes and decisions are similar to the preferences...

GROUP HARMONY

This describes the extent to which group interactions among members are friendly, congruous and free from any conflicts.

GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY

Treating psychological problems where two or more people interact with each other on an emotional and cognitive level in the presence of one or...

GROUPING

1. Education. It is the process of assigning pupils to grades, classes or subgroups. 2. Statistics. It is the process of arranging scores...

GUANFACINE

the name of a drug that is used to treat hypertension. Acts as a antagonist at alpha adrenoreceptors and restricts flow of impulses in...

GUILFORD, JOY PAUL

Best known for his contributions to psychometrics, publishing the first edition of the widely used Psychometric Methods in 1936 and for his use of...

GUSTATORY SYSTEM

all of the primary structures that are involved with detection and responses to taste and eating. Includes taste buds, papillae, taste cells, taste transduction,...

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