CANNABIS ABUSE

n. in DSM-IV-TR, refers to a pattern of repeated and excessive cannabis use. Although addiction to the substance is rare, it does occur and...

CEILING AGE

n. the age level at which a child is unable to answer a standardized test correctly. It is the maximum level which a child...

CONFIDENCE INTERVAL

a fluctuating scale of values, utilized for approximating the value of a populace quantity from information acquired in a test example, with a predetermined,...

CONSTRUCT VALIDITY

the magnitude to which an analysis or tool is able to gauge an abstract characteristic, capacity, or construct.

COOPERATIVE PLAY

social play wherein youths interplay with each other in joint operations.

COUNTERIDENTIFICATION

noun. With regard to psychoanalysis, a type of countertransference wherein the psychoanalyst sympathizes and aligns with the client.

CULTURAL ADAPTABILITY

the capacity of people or groups to acclimate and come to be used to a separate culture.

CULTURE-BOUND SYNDROME

a trend of cognitive illness and irregular behavior which is specific to a small ethnic or cultural populace and doesn't conform to Western categorizations...

ACADEMIC ENVIRONMENT

the atmosphere in which one attempts to learn, which can aid in the learning experience or distract from and diminish it

ACTIVITY LOG

a journal managed by a study supervisor or the study's volunteers used on an hourly basis for operations in numerous surroundings- typically contains information...

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