APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY

the application of the theories, principles, and techniques of psychology to clinical settings, for example, the treatment of psychopathology, educational psychology, or forensic psychology....

STANDARD

A basis for evaluating the worth of something and how it should be. It is just like a general idea regarding; how things could...

EMERGENCE

1. Philosophy of the mind where the notion that conscious experience results but can't be reduced to a brain process. 2. The idea that...

EXCITATORY CONDITIONING

Pavlovian conditioning. Conditioning where a conditioned stimulus acts as a signal that an unconditioned stimulus will follow.

THOUGHT DERAILMENT

disordered, confused thought procedures, as cultivated by a propensity to jump from one subject to another which is indirectly correlated or entirely unrelated to...

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...

SELF-ENHANCEMENT MOTIVE

a desire to think well of ourselves and to be well thought by others. just like to wish to be appraised by others. It...

BIOPHYSICAL SYSTEM

n. any biological process which is studied on a system level. Thus, it is studied and described as to its physical aspects while applying...

DYNAMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY

Technique used in psychotherapy focusing on underlying motivational or defensive factors determining behaviour an dadjustment. See depth therapy.

KSAOS

Knowledge, skills, abilities and other characteristics and the abbreviation

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