NORMALIZATION PRINCIPLE

the idea which people with cognitive or tangible impairments shouldn't be denied cultural and carnal unions and engagement in societal life simply because of...

NATURAL GROUP

describes any group which is formed through natural social processes which are typical of the society in which the group is found. For example,...

NATURE

is an umbrella term used to describe a wide range of theories and ideals. One such theory is that nature encapsulates the entirety of...

NONJUDGMENTAL APPROACH

with regard to psychotherapy, the arrangement or demonstration of a unbiased, noncritical outlook on the part of the therapist. the therapist.

NEGATIVE STEREOTYPE

is a stereotype (widely held belief) about an individual or group which displays them in a poor light and is normally entirely unrepresentative of...

NERVOUS SYSTEM

is the collective term used to describe the system of neurons, nerves, tracts and other tissues, with the endocrine system, coordinates the activities and...

NATURAL SELECTION

is the theory that over generations, individuals within a population who are either not suited to their environment or have a genetic modification which...

NEGATIVE OEDIPUS COMPLEX

In the context of psychoanalytic theory, the negative Oedipus complex is the inverse of the Oedipus complex in which young boys will desire their...

NORMATIVE-REEDUCATIVE STRATEGY

with regard to cultural psychology, the concept ascertaining that societal alterations ought to be based upon active re-education of persons within the context of...

NATIVISM

is the philosophical position that the mind or brain has certain innate structures present which play a role in the creation of knowledge. Equally,...

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