a technique first proposed by the Russian-born U.S. psychotherapist Samuel Richard Slavson which aims to bind new activities which previously would not have...
LEGAL PSYCHIATRY (Forensic Psychiatry)
There are many points where the provinces of psychiatry and the law impinge on each other. Some of the most important are the problems...
The process during which a leader is recognized by their peers as the leader of a firmly leaderless group. See emergent leader.
the study of the physical, structural, functional, psychological and social characteristics of the varying human languages.
LATERALIZED READINESS POTENTIAL
The measure that stimuli will produce a particular response to use either the left or right name based on past discovery.
LATENT TRAIT THEORY
A model for the design of instruments used in observing traits or testing unobservable traits. The preferred method of developing tests and scoring for...
A word which is considered to be in its most basic primordial form with all inflected forms.
is a term to describe a social group whose social characteristics include- risk-taking, originality and general flexible adherence to collective norms first proposed by...
a state of low energy and de-motivated behaviour.
an observed phenomenon where straight elements at the margins of a wide angle appear curved.