MENTAL ABILITIES

describes the abilities of- spatial visualization, perceptual speed, number facility, verbal comprehension, word fluency, memory, inductive reasoning as measured by subjective tests designed for...

SELF-DETERMINATION THEORY

Emphasises the importance of autonomy and intrinsic motivation to produce a healthy adjustment. This theory emphasize on how a person is actually motivated intrinsically...

EXTREMITY OF AN ATTITUDE

has been related to the strength of the attitude concerned, for example, one attitude may be treated or looked upon differently to another. Otherwise,...

AUTONOMIC CONDITIONING

the process describing the achievement of conscious control over autonomic processes (e.g., heart rate) through biofeedback training, meditation, yoga, or some other type of...

NONDECLARATIVE MEMORY

a collection of several different types of memory which function automatically and collect data which isn't within reach to aware recollection. Nondeclarative memory comprises...

SELF-CONFRONTATION

where we examine our own behaviours and attitudes to make a change we may need to make. By doing this a person can change...

STANDARD

A basis for evaluating the worth of something and how it should be. It is just like a general idea regarding; how things could...

SUPEREGO

In psychology, this is one of the elements of our psyche, which in totals contains three elements: id, ego and superego. Superego is the...

POLYSURGICAL ADDICTION

a condition marked by a compulsive urge to undergo continual surgeries even whenever organic pathology can't be located. The condition might be a cultivation...

PERTURBATION

noun. 1. an anxious or stressful cognitive state. With regard to the framework of a complete or tried suicide, it is a gauging of...

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