PROJECTIVE TECHNIQUE

Also known as the projective method, projective technique is any personality assessment process that uses a fixed series of random stimuli in the hopes...

VISUAL LEARNING

Conditioning or learning which relies on visual signs or objects. It is believed that the brain center for visual learning is contained in the...

TREATMENT

noun. the delivery of adequate measures which are modeled to alleviate a pathological condition. 2. the level of an independent variant of an experiment,...

SLEEP

a state featuring relaxation, reduced metabolism and relative insensitivity to stimulation. We have unique brain wave patterns for sleeping and different stages. See dream...

ITEM VALIDITY

In a test or experiment the extent to which an individual item measures what it purports to measure.

DISORDER

A group of systems that can involve abnormal behaviour, intense or persistent stress or the disruption of a function. See mental disorder.

REPEATED MEASURES DESIGN

Framework for research wherein specific individuals are evaluated on specific dependent variables over time, during repeated episodes.

UTILIZATION REVIEW (UR)

an official review of the need and quality of services rendered inside a hospital or clinic or via an individual care provider. Conducted by...

CRITICAL VALUE

the value of either one of the ends of a critical region, that being, either one of the values beyond or beneath the point...

OPENNESS TO EXPERIENCE

a dimension of the big five personality model and the five-factor personality model which references single variants in the propensity to be open to...

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