PROJECTION

A psychoanalytical theory, projection is the process whereby one subject believes they see attributes (both good and bad) in another. The theory views this...

PSEUDOCONDITIONING

In instances of Pavlovian conditioning, the elicitation of a response by a previously neutral stimulus. This occurs after a series of exposure to another...

PRINCIPLE

Most often related to subjects of morality or personal conduct, a principle is simply a fundamental rule used to influence action on the part...

PROFESSIONAL ETHICS

Professional ethics are rules of conduct for a specific profession and are generally drawn up by members of the professional board. They enumerates standards...

PERCEPTUAL DISTURBANCE

a disorder of comprehension, like (i) identifying letters but not terms, (ii) incapacity to determine direction or size, (iii) confusing foreground with background, (iv)...

PHYSIOLOGICAL AROUSAL

features of arousal reflected by physiological reactions, like escalations in blood pressure and rate of respiration and lessened activity of the gastrointestinal system.

PREMORBID PERSONALITY

1. character traits which were present prior to physical damage or another damaging occurrence or prior to the cultivation of an illness or disorder....

PAPER-AND-PENCIL TEST

an examination wherein the problems or queries are penned, printed, or drawn and the answers are penned too.

SELF-PERCEPTION

a person's view of themselves and of any mental or physical attribute that makes up the self. Also called a self-percept. Have a look...

PERSONALITY

noun. the configuration of personality traits and actions which includes a person's individual acclimation to life, inclusive of primary traits, interests, motivations, morals, self-concept,...

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