SITUATIONAL EFFECT

the effect on different environments on the behaviour of people in experiments.

MULTIDETERMINED BEHAVIOR

describes behaviours of any individual which are considered to be influenced by more than one variable such genetics and environmental factors.

STIMULUS DISCRIMINATION

being able to distinguish between different stimuli. See discrimination.

VISUAL ILLUSION

a misinterpretation of exterior visual stimulants which takes place as an outcome of either a pathological condition or a misperception of the stimulants. Common...

THEMATIC APPERCEPTION TEST (TAT)

a projective test wherein involved parties are held to reveal their outlooks, emotions, problems, and personality traits within the written or oral tales they...

PHYSIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT

assessment of the functioning state of the body, an organ, or a tissue, inclusive of chemical and physical aspects and procedures.

SECONDARY CONTROL

Behavior pattern which does not directly control the environment, but is intended to alter oneself to be more compatible with the environment by implementation...

BEHAVIORAL RISK FACTOR

n. any particular behavior or behavior pattern which strongly yet adversely affects health. It increases the chances of developing a disease, disability, or syndrome....

TOLERANCE

noun. 1. a condition, stemming from continual utilization of a drug, marked by a significant lessened impact with regular use of the same dosage...

DEFECTOLOGY

Russian psychology. The area dealing with learning disabilities and abnormal psychology.

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