EMOTIONAL REGULATION

The ability we have to modulate emotions.

COPING BEHAVIOR

a trait and frequently default behavior or group of behaviors ensued whenever coping with taxing or hazardous scenarios. Such actions can be either negative...

REFLECTION OF FEELING

With the intent of highlighting implicitly expressed attitudes articulated by a subject, statements by counselors or therapists.

EXTERNALIZATION

1. defense mechanism where our thoughts and feelings are attributed to the external world. 2. Process of learning to distinguish between yourself and the...

SOCIAL ROLE VALORIZATION

Social role valorisation is a principle that is developed in succession to the normalisation principle that stresses the importance of supporting and creating the...

INTERSTIMULUS INTERVAL (1S1)

Stimulus and the time between presentations, and are timed usually from one end of the presentation stimulus and to the beginning of the next

INTERVENTION RESEARCH

Activities designed to measure how much better a situation is after modification that is systematic and to measure or has been imposed and the...

CONTRARIAN

someone who has a propensity to argue with another person or argue in refute of something, no matter what the accurateness of the subject...

RAPPORT

Rapport is not only a warm, relaxed relationship between individuals, it is a goal of a therapist with regards to his or her client....

FREQUENCY PRINCIPLE

the principle that states that the greater the stimulation intensity, the greater the frequency of nerve impulses elicited. An organisms response will be more...

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