TRANSIENCE

noun. impermanence which indicates ending and might elicit anticipation of loss. With regard to classical psychoanalytic theory, the idea that everything is temporary might...

CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY

a department of psychology which examines likeness and difference in human actions spanning various cultures and recognizes the varying psychological structures and explanatory designs...

COUNSELING PROCESS

the private procedure therapists and patients participate in when trying to identify, confront, and solve certain issues the patient has in face-to-face interviews.

BEHAVIORAL TECHNOLOGY

n. a range of experimentally-established techniques and approaches which are designed to effect behavioral change. It is a set of procedures accepted by scientists...

MINDFULNESS

is the awareness and ability to comprehend ones own self of existence in society and their surroundings - the binary opposite to absent-mindedness. There...

TIME-SERIES DESIGN

an experimental model which consists of the viewing of units over a specified period of time.

NEGATIVE AFFECT

is an internal feeling or emotion which is typically experienced after one has failed to complete a task or goal, or where they have...

INTRUSIVE THOUGHTS

The flow of ongoing events that are mental and interrupt task related thoughts in spite of persistent efforts to avoid them. They are an...

MUTTERING DELIRIUM

is characterized by- low utterances, slurring, dysarthria, iteration, perseveration or a combination. These are typically accompanied with the motor features of restlessness and trembling.

TARGET STIMULUS

the stimulus that people in a test or procedure must respond to. Among many stimuli, a person selects the one to which he responds...

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