EXCITEMENT

An emotional state of enthusiasm, eagerness and anticipation. Compare excitation.

EMOTIONAL STRESS

The feeling of psychological strain.

RESTORATION THERAPY

Therapeutic method whose aim is to reestablish both structure and function in any system which has been damaged or become deficient due to illness...

COUNSELOR

someone who is expertly skilled in social work, psychology, counseling, or nursing who possesses specific training in at least one counseling department, like rehabilitative...

SAMPLING VARIABILITY

Degree to which the importance of a statistic varies across a variety of samples from the median importance for any potential sample. See also:...

POSTPOSITIVISM

noun. 1. the general stance of American psychology since the mid-twentieth century, whenever it stopped being dominated by logical positivism, hypothetical deductive techniques, and...

RETENTION

Endurance of behaviors which have been learned or acquired when the behavior is not being utilized; signified by being able to recall, relearn, recognize,...

RELATIONSHIP ROLE

Identifiable role taken on by a member of a group in order to achieve interpersonal harmony within the group. Also known as: socioemotional role,...

GLUCURONIDATION

Name of the metabolic process where drugs and other substances are combined with glucuronic acid to form more water soluble compounds that are more...

EMITTED BEHAVIOR

The natural response to a circumstance not influence by external stimuli. Compare respondent behaviour.

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